WX-7700MDX

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "WX-7700MDX"

Transcription

1 (1) Multi Control Audio Master Operating Instructions GB CT KR For installation and connections, see the supplied installation/connections manual. WX-7700MDX 2002 Sony Corporation

2 Welcome! Thank you for purchasing this Sony Multi Control Audio Master. You can enjoy its various features even more with: Optional CD/MD units (both changers and players)* 1. CD TEXT information (displayed when a CD TEXT disc* 2 is played). Supplied controller accessory Card remote commander RM-X110 Optional controller accessory Wireless rotary commander RM-X6S *1 This unit works with Sony products only. *2 A CD TEXT disc is an audio CD that includes information such as the disc name, artist name, and track names. This information is recorded on the disc. 2

3 Table of Contents Location of controls Display windows Precautions Notes on discs Notes on MDs Getting Started Resetting the unit Setting the clock CD/MD Playing a disc Display items Playing tracks repeatedly Repeat Play Playing tracks in random order Shuffle Play Labelling a CD Disc Memo* Locating a disc by name List-up* Selecting specific tracks for playback Bank* * Functions available with an optional CD/MD unit Radio Storing stations automatically Best Tuning Memory (BTM) Receiving the stored stations Storing only the desired stations Storing station names Station Memo Tuning in a station through a list List-up Sound Settings Setting the Dynamic Soundstage Organizer (DSO) Setting the equalizer (EQ7) Adjusting the sound characteristics Quickly attenuating the sound Selecting the listening position (POS) Adjusting the front and rear volume Adjusting the volume of the subwoofer(s) (monaural) Other Functions Changing the sound and display settings Menu Listening to the sound of auxiliary audio equipment Storing characters for Demo Setting the LCD colour Changing the angle of the front panel Additional Information Maintenance Specifications Troubleshooting Error displays/messages

4 Location of controls Card remote commander RM-X110 SCRL OPEN/CLOSE (DISC) (M): to select upwards DSPL REP 1 4 SHUF (SEEK) (<): to select leftwards SEEK DISC + SOURCE SEEK+ (SEEK) (,): to select rightwards EQ7 MODE DSO DISC MENU DISC + LIST (DISC) (m): to select downwards SEEK SOURCE SEEK+ In Menu mode, the currently selectable button(s) of these four are indicated with a v in the display. SOUND OFF DISC + VOL ENTER ATT Note If the unit is turned off by pressing (OFF) for 2 seconds, the unit cannot be operated with the card remote commander unless (SOURCE) on the unit is pressed, or a disc is inserted to activate the unit first. Tip Refer to Replacing the lithium battery for details on how to replace the batteries (page 27). 4 Instructions in this manual describe how to use the unit by mainly using the card remote commander. Refer to the pages listed for details. a SCRL (scroll) button 11 b DSPL (display mode change) button 11, 13, 17, 25 c Number buttons (1) REP 11 (2) SHUF 12 To store stations/receive stored stations. d EQ7 button 20 e MENU button To display the menus. f SOURCE (Power on/radio/cd/md/ AUX-Audio) button To select the source. g SEEK (</,) buttons To skip tracks/fast-forward, reverse a track/ tune in stations automatically, find a station manually/select a setting. h SOUND button 21, 22, 23 i OFF (Stop/Power off) button 9, 10, 24, 25 j VOL (+/ ) buttons To turn up or down the volume. k OPEN/CLOSE button 9, 10 l MODE button To change the operation. m DSO button 18 n LIST button 13, 17, 18 o DISC (M/m) buttons To receive preset stations/change the disc*/ select an item in Menu. * When an optional CD/MD unit is connected. p ENTER button To enter a setting. q ATT button 21

5 Controls of the unit ANGLE OPEN/ CLOSE VOL MODE SOURCE ATT DISC AMS OFF WX-7700MDX The buttons on the unit share the same functions as those on the card remote commander. a ANGLE button 26 b Sound window 6 c SOURCE button d MODE button e VOL (+/ ) button f Operation window 6 g Receptor for the card remote commander h OPEN/CLOSE button i ATT button j Reset button 9 k Frequency select switch (located on the bottom of the unit) See Frequency select switch in the Installation/Connections manual. l DISC ( /+) buttons m AMS (. m/m >) buttons AMS (. m/m >) buttons share the same functions as SEEK (</,) buttons on the card remote commander. n OFF (Stop/Power off) button* * Warning when installing in a car without an ACC (accessory) position on the ignition switch After turning off the ignition switch, be sure to press (OFF) on the unit for 2 seconds to turn off the clock display. Otherwise, the clock display does not turn off and this causes battery drain. 5

6 ANGLE ATT DISC VOL MODE SOURCE AMS OPEN/ CLOSE OFF ANGLE ATT DISC VOL MODE SOURCE AMS OPEN/ CLOSE OFF Display windows Sound window Operation window Level meter (volume) 1 2 This manual illustrates the operation window mainly. a DSO Lights up while you are setting the DSO mode. b POS Lights up while you are setting the POS mode. c DISC number Appears only when an optional CD/MD unit is connected and a disc in the optional unit is played. d Track number Appears during CD/MD playback. e Various items for a setting or a source f Cursor directions The selectable cursor direction appears as a v. By pressing a cursor button (M/,/m/<) in the same direction as any v that appears, you can select an item or proceed with the operation. g ENTER Appears when it's necessary to press (ENTER) after you select an item. 6

7 Precautions If your car has been parked in direct sunlight, allow the unit to cool off before operating it. Power aerials will extend automatically during radio reception. Caution While driving, do not use the CUSTOM FILE feature or any other functions which may divert your attention from the road. Notes on discs To keep the disc clean, do not touch the surface. Handle the disc by its edge. Keep your discs in their cases or disc magazines when not in use. Do not subject the discs to heat/high temperature. Avoid leaving them in parked cars or on dashboards/rear trays. If you have any questions or problems concerning your unit that are not covered in this manual, please consult your nearest Sony dealer. Moisture condensation On a rainy day or in a very damp area, moisture condensation may occur inside the lenses and display of the unit. Should this occur, the unit will not operate properly. In such a case, remove the disc and wait for about an hour until the moisture has evaporated. Do not attach labels, or use discs with sticky ink/residue. Such discs may stop spinning when used, causing a malfunction, or may ruin the disc. To maintain high sound quality Be careful not to splash juice or other soft drinks onto the unit or discs. Do not use any discs with labels or stickers attached. The following malfunctions may result from using such discs: Inability to eject a disc (due to a label or sticker peeling off and jamming the eject mechanism). Inability to read audio data correctly (e.g., playback skipping, or no playback) due to heat shrinking of a sticker or label causing a disc to warp. Discs with non-standard shapes (e.g., heart, square, star) cannot be played on this unit. Attempting to do so may damage the unit. Do not use such discs. You cannot play 8 cm CDs. continue to next page t 7

8 Before playing, clean the discs with a commercially available cleaning cloth. Wipe each disc from the centre out. Do not use solvents such as benzine, thinner, commercially available cleaners, or antistatic spray intended for analogue discs. Notes on MDs Do not open the shutter of the cartridge to expose the MD. Close immediately if the shutter opens. Never touch the surface of the disc inside. Do not subject the discs to heat/high temperature. Avoid leaving them in parked cars or on dashboards/rear trays. Notes on CD-R/CD-RW discs You can play CD-Rs (recordable CDs)/CD- RWs (rewritable CDs) designed for audio use on this unit. Look for these marks to distinguish CD-Rs/ CD-RWs for audio use. Notes on attaching labels To avoid MDs becoming stuck in the unit; Attach the label in a suitable position. Remove old labels before putting new ones on. Replace labels that are peeling away. These marks denote that a disc is not for audio use. Some CD-Rs/CD-RWs (depending on the equipment used for its recording or the condition of the disc) may not play on this unit. You cannot play a CD-R/a CD-RW that is not finalized*. * A process necessary for a recorded CD-R/CD-RW disc to be played on the audio CD player. Cleaning Wipe the surface of the cartridge from time to time with a soft, dry cloth. 8

9 Getting Started Resetting the unit Before operating the unit for the first time, or after replacing the car battery or changing the connections, you must reset the unit. Press the reset button with a pointed object, such as a ballpoint pen. Setting the clock The clock uses a 12-hour digital indication. Example: To set the clock to 10:08 1 Press (MENU), then press M or m repeatedly until Clock appears. ANGLE OPEN/ CLOSE 1 Press (ENTER). The hour indication flashes. 2 Press M or m to set the hour. 3 Press,. The minute indication flashes. 4 Press M or m to set the minute. 2 Press (ENTER). VOL MODE SOURCE ATT DISC AMS OFF Reset button Notes If the front panel is open; press (OPEN/CLOSE) to close the front panel, then press the reset button. After you press the reset button, be sure to press (OPEN/CLOSE) to open the front panel once before any further operations. If a disc is in the unit, the disc will be ejected automatically. Do not insert the disc until resetting the unit is completed. It takes 10 seconds after you press (OPEN/CLOSE) to open the front panel. While the unit is being reset, inserting a CD/MD may cause a malfunction. Pressing the reset button will erase the clock setting and some stored contents. When the Demo mode is set to on; if you press the reset button or (OFF), the Demo display will be activated. You can set the Demo mode to off (page 24). The clock starts. After the clock setting is completed, the display returns to the normal playback mode. Tip When D.Info mode is set to on, the time is always displayed (page 24). Note If your car has no ACC position on the ignition switch, be sure to turn the unit on by pressing (SOURCE) before setting the clock. 9

10 CD/MD In addition to playing a CD/MD with this unit, you can also control external CD/MD units. Note If you connect an optional CD unit with the CD TEXT function, the CD TEXT information will appear in the display when you play a CD TEXT disc. Playing a disc (With this unit) 1 Press (OPEN/CLOSE) and insert the disc (labelled side up). Playback starts automatically. Notes When the last track on the disc is over, playback restarts from the first track of the disc. When an optional CD/MD unit is connected and a disc in the optional unit is played; after the last track on the disc is over, playback will continue on to the next disc in the same unit. Cautions after you press (OPEN/CLOSE) to open the front panel The front panel will automatically close 35 seconds after it opens. There will be a beep 30 seconds after you insert a disc in the unit or press any button. 5 seconds after that, the front panel will automatically close. If you press Z on the unit to eject a CD and leave it in the slot, CD protective function will work. The ejected CD will be automatically pulled in the slot 15 seconds after being ejected. If you press Z on the unit to eject an MD and leave it in the slot, the front panel will not close. Do not apply excessive pressure to the front panel (especially when it is open), as this may cause a malfunction. (With optional unit) 1 Press (SOURCE) repeatedly to select CD or MD. 2 Press (MODE) repeatedly until the desired unit appears. Playback starts. To Skip discs Disc selection Press (DISC) (M/m) Tip With the optional MG Memory Stick System-up Player MGS-X1 connected to this unit, press (SOURCE) to select MD, then press (MODE) to select MS. 2 Press (OPEN/CLOSE) to close the front panel. If a disc is already inserted, press (SOURCE) repeatedly until CD or MD appears to start playback. 10 To Stop playback Eject the disc Skip tracks Automatic Music Sensor Fast-forward/ reverse Manual Search Press (OFF) (OPEN/CLOSE) then Z on the unit (SEEK) (</,) [once for each track] (SEEK) (</,) [hold to desired point]

11 Display items When the disc/track changes, any prerecorded title* 1 of the new disc/track is automatically displayed (if the Auto Scroll function is set to on, names exceeding 11 characters will be scrolled (page 24)). Disc number Displayable items Music source Clock Elapsed playing time Notes Some characters cannot be displayed. For some CD TEXT discs with very many characters, information may not scroll. This unit cannot display the artist name for each track of a CD TEXT disc. During playback of an MD or a CD TEXT disc storing information such as disc/artist/track name, the unit can display only alphabetic and numeric characters, and certain symbols. Tip When A.Scrl (Auto Scroll) is set to off, and the disc/ track is changed, the disc/track name does not scroll. Playing tracks repeatedly Repeat Play The disc will repeat a track or the entire disc when it reaches the end. For repeat play, you can select: Repeat 1 to repeat a track. Repeat 2* to repeat a disc. Track number Displayable items Disc name* 1 / artist name* 2 Track title* 1 Displayable icons* 3 : MD : CD * Available only when one or more optional CD/MD units are connected. During playback, press (1) (REP) repeatedly until the desired setting appears in the display. Repeat Play starts. To return to the normal playback mode, select Repeat off. MDLP display* 4 LP2: LP2 playback LP4: LP4 playback To Press Switch display (DSPL) item Scroll display item (SCRL) *1 When pressing (DSPL), NO D.Name or NO T.Name indicates that there is no Disc Memo (page 12) or prerecorded name to display. *2 Only for CD TEXT discs with the artist name. *3 When a CD/MD is in the unit, the corresponding icon will be displayed. *4 Displayable during playback of an MDLP disc with the unit or an optional MD changer with the MDLP function. 11

12 Playing tracks in random order Shuffle Play You can select: Shuffle 1 to play the tracks on the current disc in random order. Shuffle 2* to play the tracks in the current optional CD (MD) unit in random order. Shuffle All* to play all the tracks in all the connected CD (MD) units (including this unit) in random order. * Available only when one or more optional CD (MD) units are connected. During playback, press (2) (SHUF) repeatedly until the desired setting appears in the display. Shuffle Play starts. To return to the normal playback mode, select Shuffle off. Note Shuffle All will not shuffle tracks between CD units and MD units. Tip When you select Shuffle 2 or Shuffle All, same tracks may be played more than twice. Labelling a CD Disc Memo (For a CD unit with the CUSTOM FILE function) You can label each disc with a custom name (Disc Memo). You can enter up to 8 characters for a disc. If you label a CD, you can locate the disc by name (page 13). 1 Start playing the CD you want to label. 2 Press (MENU), then press M or m repeatedly until Name Edit appears. 3 Press (ENTER). The unit will repeat the disc during the labelling procedure. 4 Enter the characters. 1Press M* 1 repeatedly to select the desired character. A t B t C... t 0 t 1 t 2... t + t t *... t *2 t A *1 For reverse order, press m. *2 (blank space) 2Press, after locating the desired character. If you press <, you can move back to the left. 3Repeat steps 1 and 2 to enter the entire name. 5 To return to the normal CD playback mode, press (ENTER). 12

13 Tips Simply overwrite or enter to correct or erase a name. There is another way to start labelling a CD: Press (LIST) for 2 seconds instead of performing steps 2 and 3. You can also complete the operation by pressing (LIST) for 2 seconds instead of step 5. You can label CDs on a unit without the CUSTOM FILE function if that unit is connected along with a CD unit that has the function. The Disc Memo will be stored in the memory of the CD unit with the CUSTOM FILE function. Note During Disc Memo setting, a currently playing disc will repeat and Repeat/Shuffle play you have applied will be bypassed. Viewing the Disc Memo As a display item, the Disc Memo always takes priority over any original CD TEXT information. Locating a disc by name List-up (For a CD unit with the CD TEXT/ CUSTOM FILE function, or an MD unit) You can use this function for discs that have been assigned custom names* 1 or for CD TEXT discs* 2. *1 Locating a disc by its custom name: when you assign a name for a CD (page 12) or an MD. *2 Locating discs by the CD TEXT information: when you play a CD TEXT disc on a CD unit with the CD TEXT function. 1 During disc playback of connected CD/MD changers, press (LIST). The name assigned to the current disc appears in the display. To View Press (DSPL) during CD/CD TEXT disc playback Tip To find out about other items that can be displayed, see page 11. Erasing the Disc Memo 1 Press (SOURCE) repeatedly to select CD. 2 Press (MODE) repeatedly to select the CD unit storing the Disc Memo. 3 Press (MENU), then press M or m repeatedly until Name Del appears. 4 Press (ENTER). The stored names will appear. 5 Press M or m repeatedly to select the disc name you want to erase. 6 Press (ENTER) for 2 seconds. The name is erased. Repeat steps 5 and 6 if you want to erase other names. 7 Press (MENU) twice. The unit returns to the normal CD playback mode. Notes When the Disc Memo for a CD TEXT disc is erased, the original CD TEXT information is displayed. If you cannot find the Disc Memo you want to erase, try selecting a different CD unit in step 2. If you have already erased all of the Disc Memos, NO Data appears in step 4, and the display returns to the normal playback mode. 2 Press M or m repeatedly until you find the desired disc. 3 Press (ENTER) to play the disc. Notes Some letters cannot be displayed (exception: the letters stored by Disc Memo). After pressing (LIST), press M or m within 5 seconds; otherwise the display returns to the normal playback mode. Tips To cancel your disc selection, press (LIST) before you press (ENTER) in step 3. The name of the currently playing disc will appear as B disc name b in the display. 13

14 Selecting specific tracks for playback Bank (For a CD unit with the CUSTOM FILE function) After you have labelled a disc (page 12), you can set the tracks on the disc to Play or Skip. 1 Start playing the CD you have already labelled. 2 Press (MENU), then press M or m to select Bank Sel. 3 Press (ENTER). 4 Label the tracks with Play or Skip. 1 Press < or, repeatedly to select a track you want to label. 2 Press (ENTER) to set the track to Play or Skip. Each time you press (ENTER), Play or Skip appears alternately. 5 Repeat step 4 to label all the tracks on the disc. 6 Press (MENU) twice. The unit returns to the normal CD playback mode. Notes You can set Skip for up to 24th track on a CD. You cannot set Skip for all the tracks on a CD. If you select Bank Sel and press (ENTER) during playback of a CD you have not labelled, NO Name appears. During Bank Sel setting, a currently playing track will repeat and Repeat/Shuffle play you have applied will be bypassed. Playing specific tracks only You can select: Bank on to play the tracks with Play. Bank inv (Inverse) to play the tracks with Skip. 1 During playback of a CD, press (MENU). 2 Press M or m repeatedly to select Bank. 3 Press, repeatedly to select the desired setting. 4 Press (ENTER). Playback starts from the track following the current one. While a Bank setting is activated, BANK lights up or blinks. lights up: Bank on blinks: Bank inv To return to the normal playback mode, select Bank off in step 3. 14

15 Radio The unit can store up to 6 stations per band (FM1, FM2, FM3, AM1, and AM2). Caution When tuning in stations while driving, use Best Tuning Memory to prevent accidents. Storing stations automatically Best Tuning Memory (BTM) The unit selects the stations with the strongest signals within the selected band, and stores them in the order of their frequency. 1 Press (SOURCE) repeatedly to select the radio. 2 Press (MODE) repeatedly to select the band. 3 Press (MENU), then press M or m repeatedly until BTM appears. 4 Press (ENTER). A beep sounds when the setting is stored. Notes If only a few stations can be received due to weak signals, some number buttons will retain their former settings. When a number is indicated in the display, the unit starts storing stations from the one currently displayed. Receiving the stored stations 1 Press (SOURCE) repeatedly to select the radio. 2 Press (MODE) repeatedly to select the band. 3 Press the number button ((1) to (6)) on which the desired station is stored. Tip Press M or m to receive the stations in the order they are stored in the memory (Preset Search function). If preset tuning does not work Press (SEEK) (<) or (SEEK) (,) to search for the station (automatic tuning). Scanning stops when the unit receives a station. Repeat until the desired station is received. Tips If automatic tuning stops too frequently, turn on the Local Seek to limit seek to stations with stronger signals. See Changing the sound and display settings on page 24. If you know the frequency of the station you want to listen to, press and hold < or, to locate the approximate frequency, then press < or, repeatedly to fine adjust to the desired frequency (manual tuning). If FM stereo reception is poor Select monaural reception mode See Changing the sound and display settings on page 24. The sound improves, but becomes monaural ( ST disappears). Tip If FM broadcasts are difficult to hear, set DSO to off (page 18). Automatic reception frequency adjustment IF Auto function While receiving FM stereo, interference from a nearby station may make listening difficult. In such cases, the IF Auto function of this unit will automatically narrow the reception frequency to eliminate noise. For this reason, some FM stereo broadcasts may become monaural. If you would like to hear such broadcasts in stereo, manually swich to the Wide setting. continue to next page t 15

16 1 During FM radio reception, press (MENU). 2 Press M or m repeatedly until IF Auto appears. 3 Press, repeatedly to select IF Wide. 4 Press (ENTER). Notes Return to the IF Auto setting from the Wide setting, if interference makes FM stereo difficult to listen to. If you have set the DSO mode to WIDE or WIDE- SP, audible distortion may occur during poor (low signal) radio reception. To eliminate this distortion, set the DSO mode to STD. Storing only the desired stations You can manually preset the desired stations on any chosen number button. 1 Press (SOURCE) repeatedly to select the radio. 2 Press (MODE) repeatedly to select the band. 3 Press (SEEK) (<) or (SEEK) (,) to tune in the station that you want to store. 4 Press the desired number button ((1) to (6)) for 2 seconds until MEM appears. The number button indication appears in the display. Note If you try to store another station on the same number button, the previously stored station will be erased. 16

17 Storing station names Station Memo You can assign a name to each radio station and store it in memory. The name of the station currently tuned in appears in the display. You can assign a name using up to 8 characters for a station. Storing the station names 1 Tune in a station whose name you want to store. 2 Press (MENU), then press M or m repeatedly until Name Edit appears. 3 Press (ENTER). Tips Simply overwrite or enter to correct or erase a name. There is another way to start storing station names: Press (LIST) for 2 seconds instead of performing steps 2 and 3. You can also complete the operation by pressing (LIST) for 2 seconds instead of step 5. Displaying the station name Switch the display item to frequency or station name*. To Switch display item Press (DSPL) during radio reception * If the station name is not stored, NO Name appears in the display for 1 second. Erasing the station name 4 Enter the characters. 1 Press M* 1 repeatedly to select the desired character. A t B t C... t 0 t 1 t 2... t + t t *... t *2 t A *1 For reverse order, press m. *2 (blank space) 2 Press, after locating the desired character. 1 During radio reception, press (MENU), then press M or m repeatedly until Name Del appears. 2 Press (ENTER). 3 Press M or m repeatedly to select the station whose name you want to erase. 4 Press (ENTER) for 2 seconds. The name is erased. Repeat steps 3 and 4 if you want to erase other names. 5 Press (MENU) twice. The unit returns to the normal radio reception mode. Note If you have already erased all of the station names, NO Data appears in step 2, and the display returns to the normal playback mode. If you press <, you can move back to the left. 3 Repeat steps 1 and 2 to enter the entire name. 5 Press (ENTER). 17

18 Tuning in a station through a list List-up 1 During radio reception, press (LIST) momentarily. The frequency or the name assigned to the current station appears in the display. 2 Press M or m repeatedly until you find the desired station. If no name is assigned to the selected station, the frequency appears in the display. 3 Press (ENTER) to tune in the desired station. Note After pressing (LIST), press M or m within 5 seconds; otherwise the display returns to the normal radio reception mode. Tips To cancel your station selection, press (LIST) before you press (ENTER) in step 3. The name of the current station will appear as B station name b in the display. Sound Settings Setting the Dynamic Soundstage Organizer (DSO) If your speakers are installed into the lower part of the doors, the sound will come from below and may not be clear. The DSO (Dynamic Soundstage Organizer) function creates a more ambient sound as if there are speakers above the dashboard (virtual speakers). The DSO mode (except the DSO setting for tweeters) you select and adjust for a source (FM, AM, CD, MD, or Aux Audio) will be stored. Whenever you select the source again, the unit will automatically apply the desired DSO mode to the source. DSO mode and image of virtual speakers *4 * 3 * 3 *1 *1 *2 Effect 3 Effect 1 *5 *4 *2 *5 *1 STD *2 WIDE *3 STD-SP *4 WIDE-SP *5 off (actual speaker position; lower part of the front doors) DSO mode Effect STD Virtual speakers (standard) WIDE Virtual speakers (wide) Virtual speakers STD-SP (standard special) Virtual speakers WIDE-SP (wide-special) Actual speakers off (DSO mode off) 18

19 1 Press (SOURCE) to select a desired source. 2 Press (DSO) repeatedly to select the desired DSO mode. Each time you press (DSO), the DSO mode changes. Selecting the DSO setting best suited for tweeters 1 During playback or radio reception, press (MENU). 2 Press M or m repeatedly to select DSO. After 3 seconds, the display returns to the normal playback mode. To cancel the DSO function, select off. Notes Depending on the type of car interior or type of music, DSO may not have a desirable effect. If FM broadcasts are difficult to hear, set DSO to STD or off. If you have set the DSO mode to WIDE or WIDE- SP, audible distortion may occur during poor (low signal) radio reception. To eliminate this distortion, set the DSO mode to STD. Adjusting the DSO mode Each of the 4 DSO modes has 3 adjustable effect levels. The higher the effect level number, the greater its effect. 3 Press, repeatedly to select norm or soft. norm is for a DSO setting. soft is best suited for a DSO setting with tweeters connected. 4 Press (ENTER). Note You cannot set this setting on each source. Tip Sound quality will change by selecting norm or soft even without tweeters connected. 1 Press (SOURCE) to select a source. 2 Press (MENU). 3 Press M or m repeatedly until DSO Tune appears, then press (ENTER). 4 Press < or, to select the desired DSO mode, then press (ENTER). 5 Press M or m to select the desired effect level. You can select one of the 3 effect levels for each DSO mode. To restore the factory-set effect level, press (ENTER) for 2 seconds. 6 Press (ENTER). Notes If you have set the DSO mode to off, you cannot adjust the DSO mode. You cannot set the desired effect level on each source. 19

20 Setting the equalizer (EQ7) You can select an equalizer curve for 7 music types (Xplod, Vocal, Club, Jazz, New Age, Rock, Custom), and off (equalizer off). You can select and adjust the equalizer settings for frequency and level. The EQ7 setting you select and adjust for a source (FM, AM, CD, MD, or Aux Audio) will be stored. Whenever you select the source again, the unit will automatically apply the EQ7 setting to the source. Selecting the equalizer curve 1 Press (SOURCE) to select a source. 2 Press (EQ7), then press < or, repeatedly to select a desired equalizer curve. Each time you press (EQ7), the item changes. Adjusting the equalizer curve 1 Press (SOURCE) to select a source. 2 Press (MENU). 3 Press M or m repeatedly until EQ7 Tune appears, then press (ENTER). 4 Press < or, to select the desired equalizer curve, then press (ENTER). Each time you press < or,, the item changes. After 3 seconds, the display returns to the normal playback mode. To cancel the equalizing effect, select off. Note When you activate any DSO mode, equalizer settings are automatically adjusted for best overall effect. Tip You can press (EQ7) instead of < or,. 5 Select the desired frequency and level. 1Press < or, to select the desired frequency. Each time you press < or,, the frequency changes as follows: 62 Hz y 157 Hz y 396 Hz y 1.0 khz y 2.5 khz y 6.3 khz y 16 khz 2Press M or m to adjust the desired level. The level is adjustable by 1dB steps from 12 db to +12 db. To restore the factory-set equalizer curve, press (ENTER) for 2 seconds. 6 Press (ENTER). After the effect setting is complete, the display returns to the normal playback mode. Note If you select off in step 4, you cannot proceed any further with steps to adjust the equalizer curve. 20

21 Adjusting the sound characteristics You can adjust the sound characteristics. 1 During playback or radio reception, press (SOUND) repeatedly to select the desired item. Each time you press (SOUND), the item changes as follows: POS (position) t BAL (left-right) t F (front volume) t R (rear volume) t SUB (subwoofer volume) 2 Adjust the level of a selected item by pressing < or,. Quickly attenuating the sound Press (ATT). ATT on appears in the operation window momentarily, and the display returns to the normal playback mode. The numeric in db and the decibel meter in the sound window blink while the attenuating function is activated. After 3 seconds, the display returns to the normal playback mode. Note Adjust within 3 seconds after selecting the item. To restore the previous volume level, press (ATT) again or (VOL) (+). Tip When the interface cable of a car telephone is connected to the ATT lead, the unit decreases the volume automatically when a telephone call comes in (Telephone ATT function). 21

22 Selecting the listening position (POS) You can enjoy the optional sound surroundings by selecting a desired position. The unit has 5 listening positions available. You can feel as if you are in the centre of the sound field no matter where you sit in the car. Adjusting the front and rear volume 1 During playback or radio reception, press (SOUND) repeatedly to select F (front) or R (rear). Indications and effective positions of POS mode POS mode POS off POS All POS Front POS Front-R POS Front-L POS Rear Sound window Centre of sound field Cancel Normal setting ( ) Front part (1 + 2) Right front (2) Left front (1) Rear part (3) 1 During playback or radio reception, press (SOUND) repeatedly until POS appears. 2 Press < or, repeatedly to adjust the volume of the front/rear speakers. After 3 seconds, the display returns to the normal playback mode. Tip The volume level is adjustable from 12 db to +12 db. (Below 12 db, db is displayed.) Adjusting the cut-off frequency for the front/rear speakers To match the characteristics of the installed speaker system, you can select the cut-off frequency of the speakers. Level Cut-off frequency off Frequency (Hz) 1 During playback or radio reception, press (MENU). 2 Press M or m repeatedly to select Front HPF or Rear HPF, then press (ENTER) Press < or, to select a desired listening position. off y All y Front y Front-R y Front-L y Rear y off The listening positions appear in the order shown above. After 3 seconds, the display returns to the normal playback mode. To cancel the POS mode, select off. 3 Press < or, to select the cut-off frequency. Each time you press < or,, the frequency changes as follows: off (default setting) y 78Hz y 99Hz y 125Hz y 157Hz y 198Hz

23 4 Press M or m repeatedly to adjust the volume. 5 Press (ENTER). The display returns to the normal playback mode. 1 During playback or radio reception, press (MENU). 2 Press M or m repeatedly to select Sub LPF, then press (ENTER). Adjusting the volume of the subwoofer(s) (monaural) 1 During playback or radio reception, press (SOUND) repeatedly to select SUB. 2 Press < or, repeatedly to adjust the volume. After 3 seconds, the display returns to the normal playback mode. Tip The volume level is adjustable from 12 db to +12 db. (Below 12 db, db is displayed.) 3 Press < or, to select the cut-off frequency. Each time you press < or,, the frequency changes as follows: 62Hz y 78Hz y 99Hz y 125Hz y 157Hz y off (default setting) 4 Press M or m repeatedly to adjust the volume. 5 Press (ENTER). The display returns to the normal playback mode. Adjusting the cut-off frequency for the subwoofer(s) To match the characteristics of the connected subwoofer(s), you can cut out the unwanted high and middle frequency signals entering the subwoofer(s). By setting the cut-off frequency (see the diagram below), the subwoofer(s) will output only low frequency signals so you can get a clearer sound image. Level Cut-off frequency off Frequency (Hz) 23

24 Other Functions Changing the sound and display settings Menu The following items can be set: Set Up Clock (page 9) Beep to turn the beeps on or off. P. Out* 1 to set the peak level of the audio outputs (front/rear) to 4.0V or 5.5V. AUX-A* 1 (page 25) to turn the AUX source display on or off. Display D.Info* 2 (Dual Information) to display the clock and the play mode at the same time (on). Demo* 1 (Demonstration) to activate the Demo display or display the characters you have stored (on) (page 25). L.Meter* 2 (Level Meter) to set a display pattern of L. Meter to 1-5, off, or Auto. M.Dspl* 2 (Motion Display) to change the display pattern to the perimeter of the display windows. You can set the M.Display mode to 1-5, off, or Auto. Dimmer to change the brightness of the display. Select Auto to dim the display only when you turn the lights on (Function only when the illumination control lead is connected to the car s illumination feed). Select on to dim the display. Select off to deactivate the Dimmer. Contrast to adjust the contrast if the indications on the display are not recognizable because of the unit s installation position. You can select the contrast of the display windows among 11 levels. A.Scrl (Auto Scroll) (page 11) Select on to automatically scroll all displayed names exceeding 11 characters. When Auto scroll is set to off and the disc/ track is changed, the disc/track name does not scroll. *1 Setting available only when playback/radio reception is stopped. Press (OFF) to stop the source, then proceed with steps 1 to 4. *2 Setting available during playback or radio reception. Play Mode Local on/off (Local seek mode) (page 15) Select on to only tune into stations with stronger signals. Mono on/off (Monaural mode) (page 15) Select on to hear FM stereo broadcast in monaural. Select off to return to the normal mode. IF Auto/wide (page 15) 1 Press (MENU). To set A.Scrl, press (MENU) during CD/MD playback. To change the items of Play Mode, press (MENU) during radio reception. 2 Press M or m repeatedly until the desired item appears. 3 Press, to select the desired setting (Example: on or off ). 4 Press (ENTER). After the mode setting is completed, the display returns to the normal playback mode. Note The displayed item will differ depending on the source. Tips You can easily switch among categories by pressing M or m for 2 seconds. After pressing (MENU), press M or m within 5 seconds; otherwise the display returns to the normal playback mode. To return to the normal playback mode without changing the setting of your selected item, press (MENU) before step 3. 24

25 Listening to the sound of auxiliary audio equipment After connecting an optional Sony portable device to the AUX IN (external audio input) terminal on the unit, you can listen to the sound of the optional device through your car speakers. Selecting auxiliary equipment Press (SOURCE) repeatedly to select AUX Audio. Storing characters for Demo You can store up to 64 characters to display in the Demo mode (when playback/radio reception is stopped). Characters will scroll in the display with Demo set to on (The display remains lit even when playback/radio reception is stopped). 1 Press (OFF). Playback or radio reception stops (the key illumination and display remain on). 2 Press (MENU), then press M or m repeatedly until Name Input appears. 3 Press (ENTER). Adjusting the volume level You can adjust the volume for each connected audio equipment. 1 Select Aux Audio as the source, then press (MENU). 2 Press M or m repeatedly to select AUX Level. 3 Press (ENTER). 4 Press M or m repeatedly to select a desired volume level. The volume level is adjustable in 1 db steps from 6 db to +6 db. 5 Press (ENTER). Note If you select AUX Audio as the source and turn the volume high, be careful. When you change the source again, volume level for the new source may be excessive. Tips The effect of volume-level adjustment differs, depending on the connected optional unit. If AUX Audio does not appear in the display though you press (SOURCE) repeatedly, set AUX-A to on (page 24). To deactivate auxiliary equipment in the music source display 1 Press (OFF). Playback or radio reception stops. 2 Press (MENU). 3 Press M or m repeatedly until AUX-A on appears. 4 Press, to select AUX-A off. 5 Press (MENU). To restore the indication, select AUX-A on. 4 Enter the characters. 1 Press (DSPL) to select the character type. A t a t 0 t A 2 Press M* 1 repeatedly to select the desired character. A t B t C t... x t y t z t 0 t 1 t 2... t! t t #... t * 2 t A *1 For reverse order, press m. *2 (blank space) 3 Press, after locating the desired character. If you press <, you can move back to the left. 4 Repeat steps 1 to 3 to enter the entire sentence. 5 Press (ENTER). The display returns to the normal playback mode. Tips Simply overwrite or enter to correct or erase a sentence. To erase all sentences, press (ENTER) for 2 seconds after step 4. To display the characters you have stored, set Demo mode to on (page 24). 25

26 Setting the LCD colour You can select one of 6 colour settings for the LCD. Besides, you can adjust and store the desired colour in the unit. Selecting the LCD colour 1 Press (MENU). 2 Press M or m repeatedly to select Color. 3 Press < or, repeatedly to select the desired LCD colour. Each time you press < or,, the LCD colour changes. Changing the angle of the front panel To view the display easily and clearly, you can change the angle of the front panel by 10 positions. Press (ANGLE) on the unit repeatedly. The angle of the front panel changes up to 10 positions. 10 positions closed 4 Press (MENU). Adjusting the LCD colour 1 Press (MENU). 2 Press M or m repeatedly to select Color. 3 Press < or, to select the LCD colour you want to adjust, then press (ENTER). 4 Press M or m repeatedly to select one among Red-Green-Blue. Each time you press M or m, the item changes. To return to the closed position, press (ANGLE) for 2 seconds. Notes Be careful your fingers not to be caught in the front panel. The front panel will automatically close in the following cases: when you set the ignition switch to LOCK or OFF. when you press (OFF) for 2 seconds to turn off the clock display. If the front panel happens to be pushed and the angle forcibly changed, the front panel will close once, then open again to the angle you set. To restore the factory-set LCD colour, press (ENTER) for 2 seconds. 5 Press < or, to adjust the level of the colour. Repeat steps 4 and 5 to set the LCD to your desired colour. 6 Press (ENTER). 26

27 Additional Information Maintenance Fuse replacement When replacing the fuse, be sure to use one matching the amperage rating stated on the original fuse. If the fuse blows, check the power connection and replace the fuse. If the fuse blows again after replacement, there may be an internal malfunction. In such a case, consult your nearest Sony dealer. Replacing the lithium battery Under normal conditions, batteries will last approximately 1 year. (The service life may be shorter, depending on the conditions of use.) When the battery becomes weak, the range of the card remote commander becomes shorter. Replace the battery with a new CR2025 lithium battery. Use of any other battery may present a risk of fire or explosion. x + side up Fuse (10 A) Warning Never use a fuse with an amperage rating exceeding the one supplied with the unit as this could damage the unit. Notes on lithium battery Keep the lithium battery out of the reach of children. Should the battery be swallowed, immediately consult a doctor. Wipe the battery with a dry cloth to assure a good contact. Be sure to observe the correct polarity when installing the battery. Do not hold the battery with metallic tweezers, otherwise a short-circuit may occur. WARNING Battery may explode if mistreated. Do not recharge, disassemble, or dispose of in fire. 27

28 Specifications CD/MD Player section Signal-to-noise ratio 95 db Frequency response 10 20,000 Hz Wow and flutter Below measurable limit Tuner section FM Tuning range Aerial terminal Intermediate frequency Usable sensitivity Selectivity Signal-to-noise ratio FM tuning interval: 50 khz/200 khz switchable MHz (at 50 khz step) MHz (at 200 khz step) External aerial connector 10.7 MHz/450 khz 8 dbf 75 db at 400 khz 66 db (stereo), 74 db (mono) Harmonic distortion at 1 khz 0.4 % (stereo), 0.3 % (mono) Separation Frequency response AM Tuning range Aerial terminal Intermediate frequency Sensitivity 30 µv 35 db at 1 khz/wide 30 15,000 Hz AM tuning interval: 9 khz/10 khz switchable 531 1,602 khz (at 9 khz step) 530 1,710 khz (at 10 khz step) External aerial connector 10.7 MHz/450 khz Power amplifier section Outputs Speaker outputs (sure seal connectors) Speaker impedance 4 8 ohms Maximum power output 52 W 4 (at 4 ohms) General Outputs Inputs Power requirements Audio outputs (front/rear) Subwoofer output (mono) Power aerial relay control terminal Power amplifier control terminal Telephone ATT control terminal Illumination control terminal BUS control input terminal BUS audio input terminal AUX IN terminal Aerial input terminal 12 V DC car battery (negative earth) Dimensions Approx mm (w/h/d) Mounting dimensions Approx mm (w/h/d) Mass Supplied accessories Optional accessories Optional equipment Approx. 3.0 kg Parts for installation and connections (1 set) Card remote commander RM-X110 Rotary commander RM-X6S BUS cable (supplied with an RCA pin cord) RC-61 (1 m), RC-62 (2 m) CD changer (10 discs) CDX-656X CD changer (6 discs) CDX-T69X MD changer (6 discs) MDX-66XLP MG-MS System-up Player MGS-X1 Source selector XA-C30 US and foreign patents licensed from Dolby Laboratories. Note This unit cannot be connected to a digital preamplifier or an equalizer. Design and specifications are subject to change without notice. 28

29 Troubleshooting The following checklist will help you remedy problems you may encounter with the unit. Before going through the checklist below, check the connection and operating procedures. General No sound. Press(VOL) (+) to adjust the volume. Cancel the ATT function. Set the fader control to the centre position for a 2-speaker system. You may play an MDLP disc with an optional MD changer without the MDLP function ( LP: may appear in the display). t Insert the MDLP disc in the unit to play. The contents of the memory have been erased. The reset button has been pressed. t Store again into the memory. The power cord or battery has been disconnected. The power connecting cord is not connected properly. No beep sound. The beep sound is cancelled (page 24). Indications disappear from/do not appear in the display. The clock display disappears if you press (OFF) for 2 seconds. t Press (OFF) again for 2 seconds to display the clock. Stored stations and correct time are erased. The fuse has blown. Makes noise when the ignition key is in the ON, ACC, or OFF position. The leads are not matched correctly with the car s accessory power connector. No power is being supplied to the unit. Check the connection. If everything is in order, check the fuse. The car does not have an ACC position. t Press (SOURCE) to turn on the unit. The power is continuously supplied to the unit. The car does not have an ACC position. t Press (OFF) for 2 seconds. The power aerial does not extend. The power aerial does not have a relay box. Cannot turn off the indication. You may be in the name edit mode. t Press (LIST) for 2 seconds. Volume is reduced and the numeric in db and the decibel meter in the sound window blink. The telephone ATT control lead is shorting on a metal part of the car. t Insulate any exposed wires with electrical tape to avoid any short circuit. CD/MD playback A disc cannot be loaded. Another CD is already loaded. The CD is forcibly inserted upside down or in the wrong way. Playback does not begin. Defective MD or dirty CD. CD-R/CD-RW that is not finalized. You tried to playback a CD-R/CD-RW not designed for audio use. Some CD-Rs/CD-RWs may not play due to its recording equipment or the disc condition. A disc is automatically ejected. The ambient temperature exceeds 50 C. The operation buttons do not function. A disc in the unit will not be ejected. Press the reset button. The sound skips from vibration. The unit is installed at an angle of more than 30. The unit is not installed in a sturdy part of the car. The sound skips. Dirty or defective disc. Radio reception Preset tuning is not possible. Store the correct frequency in the memory. The broadcast signal is too weak. The stations cannot be received. The sound is hampered by noises. Connect a power aerial control lead (blue) or accessory power supply lead (red) to the power supply lead of a car s aerial booster. (Only if your car has built-in FM/AM aerial in the rear/side glass.) Check the connection of the car aerial. The auto aerial will not go up. t Check the connection of the power aerial control lead. Check the frequency. The IF Auto setting may be set to off. t Set IF Auto setting to Auto. When the DSO mode is on, the sound is sometimes hampered by noises. t Set the DSO mode to off (page 18). continue to next page t 29

30 Automatic tuning is not possible. The local seek mode is set to on. t Set the local seek mode to off (page 24). The broadcast signal is too weak. t Perform manual tuning. The ST indication flashes. Tune in the frequency accurately. The broadcast signal is too weak. t Set to the monaural reception mode (page 24). A programme broadcast in stereo is heard in monaural. The unit is in monaural reception mode. t Cancel monaural reception mode (page 24). Interference occurs during FM reception. The wide mode is selected. t Set the IF mode to IF Auto (page 15). Sound setting No sound or unclear sound After adjusting BAL (balance), F (front), or R (rear), the sound of a specific speaker may get lower. t Readjust BAL (page 21), F or R (page 22). Error displays/messages Error displays (For this unit and optional CD/MD changers) The following indications will flash for about 5 seconds, and an alarm sound will be heard. Blank* 1 No tracks have been recorded on an MD* 2. t Play an MD with recorded tracks on it. Error* 1 A CD is dirty or inserted upside down* 2. t Clean or insert the CD correctly. A CD/MD cannot play because of some problem* 2. t Insert another CD/MD. High Temp The ambient temperature is more than 50 C. t Wait until the temperature goes down below 50 C. NO Disc No disc is inserted in the CD/MD unit. t Insert discs in the CD/MD unit. NO Magazine The disc magazine is not inserted in the CD/ MD unit. t Insert the magazine in the CD/MD unit. Not Ready The lid of the MD unit (MDX-40) is open or the MDs are not inserted properly. t Close the lid or insert the MDs properly. Push Reset The CD/MD unit cannot be operated because of some problem. t Press the reset button on the unit. *1 When the CD/MD changer is connected to the unit, the disc number of the CD or MD appears in the display. *2 The disc number of the disc causing the error appears in the display. 30

31 If these solutions do not help improve the situation, consult your nearest Sony dealer. Messages LCL Seek +/ The Local Seek mode is on during automatic tuning (page 15). or You have reached the beginning or the end of the disc and you cannot go any further. NO Name The CD you are playing back has no Disc Memo and Bank Sel is selected. The disc has not been given a name. The disc contains no CD TEXT.? Disc information has not been read yet. A disc is not in the unit. 31

WX-4500X

WX-4500X Changer Control Audio Master Operating Instructions 사용설명서 US CT KR Owner s Record The model and serial numbers are located on the bottom of the unit. Record these numbers in the space provided below. Refer

More information

Page 2 of 6 Here are the rules for conjugating Whether (or not) and If when using a Descriptive Verb. The only difference here from Action Verbs is wh

Page 2 of 6 Here are the rules for conjugating Whether (or not) and If when using a Descriptive Verb. The only difference here from Action Verbs is wh Page 1 of 6 Learn Korean Ep. 13: Whether (or not) and If Let s go over how to say Whether and If. An example in English would be I don t know whether he ll be there, or I don t know if he ll be there.

More information

LCD Display

LCD Display LCD Display SyncMaster 460DRn, 460DR VCR DVD DTV HDMI DVI to HDMI LAN USB (MDC: Multiple Display Control) PC. PC RS-232C. PC (Serial port) (Serial port) RS-232C.. > > Multiple Display

More information

사용시 기본적인 주의사항 경고 : 전기 기구를 사용할 때는 다음의 기본적인 주의 사항을 반드시 유의하여야 합니다..제품을 사용하기 전에 반드시 사용법을 정독하십시오. 2.물과 가까운 곳, 욕실이나 부엌 그리고 수영장 같은 곳에서 제품을 사용하지 마십시오. 3.이 제품은

사용시 기본적인 주의사항 경고 : 전기 기구를 사용할 때는 다음의 기본적인 주의 사항을 반드시 유의하여야 합니다..제품을 사용하기 전에 반드시 사용법을 정독하십시오. 2.물과 가까운 곳, 욕실이나 부엌 그리고 수영장 같은 곳에서 제품을 사용하지 마십시오. 3.이 제품은 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS 사용자설명서 TourBus 0 & TourBus 5 사용시 기본적인 주의사항 경고 : 전기 기구를 사용할 때는 다음의 기본적인 주의 사항을 반드시 유의하여야 합니다..제품을 사용하기 전에 반드시 사용법을 정독하십시오. 2.물과 가까운 곳, 욕실이나 부엌 그리고 수영장 같은 곳에서

More information

- 이 문서는 삼성전자의 기술 자산으로 승인자만이 사용할 수 있습니다 Part Picture Description 5. R emove the memory by pushing the fixed-tap out and Remove the WLAN Antenna. 6. INS

- 이 문서는 삼성전자의 기술 자산으로 승인자만이 사용할 수 있습니다 Part Picture Description 5. R emove the memory by pushing the fixed-tap out and Remove the WLAN Antenna. 6. INS [Caution] Attention to red sentence 3-1. Disassembly and Reassembly R520/ 1 2 1 1. As shown in picture, adhere Knob to the end closely into the arrow direction(1), then push the battery up (2). 2. Picture

More information

Microsoft Word - SRA-Series Manual.doc

Microsoft Word - SRA-Series Manual.doc 사 용 설 명 서 SRA Series Professional Power Amplifier MODEL No : SRA-500, SRA-900, SRA-1300 차 례 차 례 ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 2 안전지침 / 주의사항 -----------------------------------------------------------

More information

DEX-P9R 사용설명서

DEX-P9R 사용설명서 RDS 튜너용 멀티-CD/DVD/DAB 컨트롤 고출력 CD플레이어 사용설명서 DEX-P9R 목차 중요 기능...4 헤드 유닛...4 리모컨...4 리모컨을 열고 닫는 방법...5 커버가 닫혔을 때...6 커버가 열렸을 때...6 리모컨의 작동과 관리...7 리모컨을 사용할 때...7 배터리...8 본 제품을 사용하기 전에...9 본 제품에 대하여...9 본

More information

#KM-235(110222)

#KM-235(110222) PARTS BOOK KM-235A/B INFORMATION A. Parts Book Structure of Part Book Unique code by mechanism Unique name by mechanism Explode view Ref. No. : Unique identifcation number by part Parts No. : Unique Product

More information

고객 카드 현대모비스 제품을 구입해 주셔서 대단히 감사합니다. A/S 마크란? 공업 진흥청이 애프터 서비스가 우수한 업체를 선정, 지정하는 마크로 애프터 서비스 센터 운영관리 등 8개 분야 45개 항목의 까다로운 심사로 결정됩니다. 주의 : 본 제품의 디자인 및 규격은

고객 카드 현대모비스 제품을 구입해 주셔서 대단히 감사합니다. A/S 마크란? 공업 진흥청이 애프터 서비스가 우수한 업체를 선정, 지정하는 마크로 애프터 서비스 센터 운영관리 등 8개 분야 45개 항목의 까다로운 심사로 결정됩니다. 주의 : 본 제품의 디자인 및 규격은 CAR AUDIO SYSTEM 3XKRC07 AM100MDDG 사용설명서 ATYPE 고객 카드 현대모비스 제품을 구입해 주셔서 대단히 감사합니다. A/S 마크란? 공업 진흥청이 애프터 서비스가 우수한 업체를 선정, 지정하는 마크로 애프터 서비스 센터 운영관리 등 8개 분야 45개 항목의 까다로운 심사로 결정됩니다. 주의 : 본 제품의 디자인 및 규격은 제품의

More information

CAR AUDIO SYSTEM 사용설명서 PA710 VQD PA760 VQD 목 차 1. 제품의 특징 2 2. 주의사항 5 3. 각 부분의 명칭 및 기능 라디오부 12 CD 플레이어부 15 CD 체인저부 18 USB 재생부 21 ipod 재생부 23 4. 동작 방법 라디오를 들으실 경우 25 방송을 선국하는 방법 25 CD 플레이어를 들으실 때 26 CD

More information

歯AG-MX70P한글매뉴얼.PDF

歯AG-MX70P한글매뉴얼.PDF 120 V AC, 50/60 Hz : 52 W (with no optional accessories installed), indicates safety information. 70 W (with all optional accessories installed) : : (WxHxD) : : 41 F to 104 F (+ 5 C to + 40 C) Less than

More information

전자교탁 사양서.hwp

전자교탁 사양서.hwp 사 양 서 품 목 단 위 수량 SYSTEM CONSOLE EA 32 - 사용자에 따른 타블렛 모니터 저소음 전동 각도 조절기능이 내장된 교탁 - 교탁 상/하부 별도의 조립이 필요 없는 일체형(All in One type) CONSOLE - 상판에 리미트 센서를 부착하여 장비 및 시스템의 안정성 강화 - 금형으로 제작, 슬림하고 견고하며 마감이 깔끔한 미래지향적

More information

2 min 응용 말하기 01 I set my alarm for 7. 02 It goes off. 03 It doesn t go off. 04 I sleep in. 05 I make my bed. 06 I brush my teeth. 07 I take a shower.

2 min 응용 말하기 01 I set my alarm for 7. 02 It goes off. 03 It doesn t go off. 04 I sleep in. 05 I make my bed. 06 I brush my teeth. 07 I take a shower. 스피킹 매트릭스 특별 체험판 정답 및 스크립트 30초 영어 말하기 INPUT DAY 01 p.10~12 3 min 집중 훈련 01 I * wake up * at 7. 02 I * eat * an apple. 03 I * go * to school. 04 I * put on * my shoes. 05 I * wash * my hands. 06 I * leave

More information

Page 2 of 5 아니다 means to not be, and is therefore the opposite of 이다. While English simply turns words like to be or to exist negative by adding not,

Page 2 of 5 아니다 means to not be, and is therefore the opposite of 이다. While English simply turns words like to be or to exist negative by adding not, Page 1 of 5 Learn Korean Ep. 4: To be and To exist Of course to be and to exist are different verbs, but they re often confused by beginning students when learning Korean. In English we sometimes use the

More information

untitled

untitled Huvitz Digital Microscope HDS-5800 Dimensions unit : mm Huvitz Digital Microscope HDS-5800 HDS-MC HDS-SS50 HDS-TS50 SUPERIORITY Smart Optical Solutions for You! Huvitz Digital Microscope HDS-5800 Contents

More information

Stage 2 First Phonics

Stage 2 First Phonics ORT Stage 2 First Phonics The Big Egg What could the big egg be? What are the characters doing? What do you think the story will be about? (큰 달걀은 무엇일까요? 등장인물들은 지금 무엇을 하고 있는 걸까요? 책은 어떤 내용일 것 같나요?) 대해 칭찬해

More information

<32382DC3BBB0A2C0E5BED6C0DA2E687770>

<32382DC3BBB0A2C0E5BED6C0DA2E687770> 논문접수일 : 2014.12.20 심사일 : 2015.01.06 게재확정일 : 2015.01.27 청각 장애자들을 위한 보급형 휴대폰 액세서리 디자인 프로토타입 개발 Development Prototype of Low-end Mobile Phone Accessory Design for Hearing-impaired Person 주저자 : 윤수인 서경대학교 예술대학

More information

개요 AXSR5 레코더에 연결 시 NEXFS700 전용 RAW 포맷으로 변환되어 AXSR5 에서 녹화됩니다(PMWF55, F65 용 RAW 포맷과 다름). 또한 이 제품의 간단한 플레이백 기능을 사용하여 AXSR5에서 레코딩 된 비디오를 볼 수 있습니다. 플레이백 되는

개요 AXSR5 레코더에 연결 시 NEXFS700 전용 RAW 포맷으로 변환되어 AXSR5 에서 녹화됩니다(PMWF55, F65 용 RAW 포맷과 다름). 또한 이 제품의 간단한 플레이백 기능을 사용하여 AXSR5에서 레코딩 된 비디오를 볼 수 있습니다. 플레이백 되는 446648911(1) 휴대용 메모리 레코더 인터페이스 유닛 사용 설명서 HXRIFR5 개요 AXSR5 레코더에 연결 시 NEXFS700 전용 RAW 포맷으로 변환되어 AXSR5 에서 녹화됩니다(PMWF55, F65 용 RAW 포맷과 다름). 또한 이 제품의 간단한 플레이백 기능을 사용하여 AXSR5에서 레코딩 된 비디오를 볼 수 있습니다. 플레이백 되는 영상은

More information

저희 R7 하이파이 라디오그램을 선택해 주셔서 감사합니다. 60년대 디자인으로부터 영감을 얻은 R7은 저희가 넘치는 자신감을 가지고 출시한 상징적인 창작품입니다. 이 기기를 처음 대면할 때부터 경탄할 수 밖에 없는 멋진 외형, 그리고 놀라운 음질과 더불어, 여러분으로

저희 R7 하이파이 라디오그램을 선택해 주셔서 감사합니다. 60년대 디자인으로부터 영감을 얻은 R7은 저희가 넘치는 자신감을 가지고 출시한 상징적인 창작품입니다. 이 기기를 처음 대면할 때부터 경탄할 수 밖에 없는 멋진 외형, 그리고 놀라운 음질과 더불어, 여러분으로 사용자 가이드 KR R7 하이파이 라디오그램 사용자 가이드 저희 R7 하이파이 라디오그램을 선택해 주셔서 감사합니다. 60년대 디자인으로부터 영감을 얻은 R7은 저희가 넘치는 자신감을 가지고 출시한 상징적인 창작품입니다. 이 기기를 처음 대면할 때부터 경탄할 수 밖에 없는 멋진 외형, 그리고 놀라운 음질과 더불어, 여러분으로 하여금 음악과 라디오의 즐거움을

More information

Microsoft Word - Installation and User Manual_CMD V2.2_.doc

Microsoft Word - Installation and User Manual_CMD V2.2_.doc CARDMATIC CMD INSTALLATION MANUAL 씨앤에이씨스템(C&A SYSTEM Co., Ltd.) 본사 : 서울특별시 용산구 신계동 24-1(금양빌딩 2층) TEL. (02)718-2386( 代 ) FAX. (02) 701-2966 공장/연구소 : 경기도 고양시 일산동구 백석동 1141-2 유니테크빌 324호 TEL. (031)907-1386

More information

IM-20 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Power On Power Off 13 1 4 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 2 7 28 29 30 31 3 2 Music Voice Settings Delete EQ Repeat LCD Contrast Auto OFF Rec Sample BackLight Return Normal

More information

4 5 4. Hi-MO 애프터케어 시스템 편 5. 오비맥주 카스 카스 후레쉬 테이블 맥주는 천연식품이다 편 처음 스타일 그대로, 부탁 케어~ Hi-MO 애프터케어 시스템 지속적인 모발 관리로 끝까지 스타일이 유지되도록 독보적이다! 근데 그거 아세요? 맥주도 인공첨가물이

4 5 4. Hi-MO 애프터케어 시스템 편 5. 오비맥주 카스 카스 후레쉬 테이블 맥주는 천연식품이다 편 처음 스타일 그대로, 부탁 케어~ Hi-MO 애프터케어 시스템 지속적인 모발 관리로 끝까지 스타일이 유지되도록 독보적이다! 근데 그거 아세요? 맥주도 인공첨가물이 1 2 On-air 3 1. 이베이코리아 G마켓 용평리조트 슈퍼브랜드딜 편 2. 아모레퍼시픽 헤라 루즈 홀릭 리퀴드 편 인쇄 광고 올해도 겨울이 왔어요. 당신에게 꼭 해주고 싶은 말이 있어요. G마켓에선 용평리조트 스페셜 패키지가 2만 6900원! 역시 G마켓이죠? G마켓과 함께하는 용평리조트 스페셜 패키지. G마켓의 슈퍼브랜드딜은 계속된다. 모바일 쇼핑 히어로

More information

Coriolis.hwp

Coriolis.hwp MCM Series 주요특징 MaxiFlo TM (맥시플로) 코리올리스 (Coriolis) 질량유량계 MCM 시리즈는 최고의 정밀도를 자랑하며 슬러리를 포함한 액체, 혼합 액체등의 질량 유량, 밀도, 온도, 보정된 부피 유량을 측정할 수 있는 질량 유량계 이다. 단일 액체 또는 2가지 혼합액체를 측정할 수 있으며, 강한 노이즈 에도 견디는 면역성, 높은 정밀도,

More information

6. Separate HDD by pulling in the arrow direction. * Cautions Avoid lifting HDD excessively, because Connector can be damaged ODD Remove

6. Separate HDD by pulling in the arrow direction. * Cautions Avoid lifting HDD excessively, because Connector can be damaged ODD Remove 3-1. Disassembly and Reassembly R510 [Caution] Attention to red sentence. 2 2 1. Before disassembling, the AC adaptor and Battery must be separated. 2. AS mark No.1/2 put KNOB-Battery to end of each side,

More information

<32B1B3BDC32E687770>

<32B1B3BDC32E687770> 008년도 상반기 제회 한 국 어 능 력 시 험 The th Test of Proficiency in Korean 일반 한국어(S-TOPIK 중급(Intermediate A 교시 이해 ( 듣기, 읽기 수험번호(Registration No. 이 름 (Name 한국어(Korean 영 어(English 유 의 사 항 Information. 시험 시작 지시가 있을

More information

#KM-340BL

#KM-340BL PARTS BOOK KM-340BL 고속 1본침 본봉 상하송 재봉기 High Speed, 1-Needle, Upper and Lower Feed Lock Stitch Machine W/Large Hook PME-100707 SunStar CO., LTD. INFORMATION A. Parts Book Structure of Part Book Unique code

More information

#Ȳ¿ë¼®

#Ȳ¿ë¼® http://www.kbc.go.kr/ A B yk u δ = 2u k 1 = yk u = 0. 659 2nu k = 1 k k 1 n yk k Abstract Web Repertoire and Concentration Rate : Analysing Web Traffic Data Yong - Suk Hwang (Research

More information

49-9분동안 표지 3.3

49-9분동안 표지 3.3 In the ocean, humans create many noises. These noises disturb the waters. People do not know that manmade sound harms the creatures living in the sea. In the end, disturbing the ocean affects each one

More information

슬라이드 1

슬라이드 1 사용 전에 사용자 주의 사항을 반드시 읽고 정확하게 지켜주시기 바랍니다. 사용설명서의 구성품 형상과 색상은 실제와 다를 수 있습니다. 사용설명서의 내용은 제품의 소프트웨어 버전이나 통신 사업자의 사정에 따라 다를 수 있습니다. 본 사용설명서는 저작권법에 의해 보호를 받고 있습니다. 본 사용설명서는 주식회사 블루버드소프트에서 제작한 것으로 편집 오류, 정보 누락

More information

TMR-BT8iP

TMR-BT8iP 3-279-360-41 (1) Stereo Transmitter Operating Instructions GB KR TMR-BT8iP 2007 Sony Corporation WARNING To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this apparatus to rain or moisture.

More information

manual pdfÃÖÁ¾

manual pdfÃÖÁ¾ www.oracom.co.kr 1 2 Plug & Play Windows 98SE Windows, Linux, Mac 3 4 5 6 Quick Guide Windows 2000 / ME / XP USB USB MP3, WMA HOLD Windows 98SE "Windows 98SE device driver 7 8 9 10 EQ FM LCD SCN(SCAN)

More information

<30322D28C6AF29C0CCB1E2B4EB35362D312E687770>

<30322D28C6AF29C0CCB1E2B4EB35362D312E687770> 한국학연구 56(2016.3.30), pp.33-63. 고려대학교 한국학연구소 세종시의 지역 정체성과 세종의 인문정신 * 1)이기대 ** 국문초록 세종시의 상황은 세종이 왕이 되면서 겪어야 했던 과정과 닮아 있다. 왕이 되리라 예상할 수 없었던 상황에서 세종은 왕이 되었고 어려움을 극복해 갔다. 세종시도 갑작스럽게 행정도시로 계획되었고 준비의 시간 또한 짧았지만,

More information

10X56_NWG_KOR.indd

10X56_NWG_KOR.indd 디지털 프로젝터 X56 네트워크 가이드 이 제품을 구입해 주셔서 감사합니다. 본 설명서는 네트워크 기능 만을 설명하기 위한 것입니다. 본 제품을 올바르게 사 용하려면 이 취급절명저와 본 제품의 다른 취급절명저를 참조하시기 바랍니다. 중요한 주의사항 이 제품을 사용하기 전에 먼저 이 제품에 대한 모든 설명서를 잘 읽어 보십시오. 읽은 뒤에는 나중에 필요할 때

More information

휠세미나3 ver0.4

휠세미나3 ver0.4 andromeda@sparcs:/$ ls -al dev/sda* brw-rw---- 1 root disk 8, 0 2014-06-09 18:43 dev/sda brw-rw---- 1 root disk 8, 1 2014-06-09 18:43 dev/sda1 brw-rw---- 1 root disk 8, 2 2014-06-09 18:43 dev/sda2 andromeda@sparcs:/$

More information

acdc EQ 충전기.hwp

acdc EQ 충전기.hwp www.sjproporc.com DIGITAL CHARGER & DISCHARGER Intelligent Balancer SJPROPO 서울특별시 강남구 일원동 642-11 대도빌딩 202호 2006 SJPROPO INC. SJ INCORPORATED 사용 설명서 제품 구성물 동작 중 표시 화면 B L C : B A L A N C E R C O N N E C

More information

Contents English Setup, 4 Features and troubleshooting, 8 繁 體 中 文 安 裝, 4 功 能 說 明 和 疑 難 排 解, 21 简 体 中 文 安 装, 4 功 能 和 故 障 排 除, 34 한국어 설치, 4 기능 및 문제 해결,

Contents English Setup, 4 Features and troubleshooting, 8 繁 體 中 文 安 裝, 4 功 能 說 明 和 疑 難 排 解, 21 简 体 中 文 安 装, 4 功 能 和 故 障 排 除, 34 한국어 설치, 4 기능 및 문제 해결, Contents English Setup, 4 Features and troubleshooting, 8 繁 體 中 文 安 裝, 4 功 能 說 明 和 疑 難 排 解, 21 简 体 中 文 安 装, 4 功 能 和 故 障 排 除, 34 한국어 설치, 4 기능 및 문제 해결, 47 2 MK700 M705 3 1 4 2 Pull 繁 體 中 文 简 体 中 文 拉 出 拉

More information

Contents Introduction...4 Supplied accessories...4 About this manual...4 Part name...5 Front panel...5 Rear panel...6 Front panel display...7 Adjustin

Contents Introduction...4 Supplied accessories...4 About this manual...4 Part name...5 Front panel...5 Rear panel...6 Front panel display...7 Adjustin Network CD Receiver English Español OWNER S MANUAL MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES Read the supplied booklet Safety Brochure before using the unit. Lea el Folleto de seguridad que se proporciona antes de utilizar

More information

장양수

장양수 한국문학논총 제70집(2015. 8) 333~360쪽 공선옥 소설 속 장소 의 의미 - 명랑한 밤길, 영란, 꽃같은 시절 을 중심으로 * 1)이 희 원 ** 1. 들어가며 - 장소의 인간 차 2. 주거지와 소유지 사이의 집/사람 3. 취약함의 나눔으로서의 장소 증여 례 4. 장소 소속감과 미의식의 가능성 5.

More information

jy-i3000.indd

jy-i3000.indd 안드로이드 내비게이션 사용설명서 안전을 위하여 주의사항을 반드시 읽고 준수하여 주십시오. / 고객센터 8-80 / 제조원 제이와이커스텀(주) CONTENT 0 0 0 04 05 06 제품 구성 각 부의 명칭 제품 연결 방법 사용 방법 제품 규격 품질 보증서 구성품 05 각 부의 명칭 06 TRIP 연결하기 09 AVN 연결하기 09 MAIN LAUNCHER/메인화면

More information

<B1E2C8B9BEC828BFCFBCBAC1F7C0FC29322E687770> 맛있는 한국으로의 초대 - 중화권 음식에서 한국 음식의 관광 상품화 모색하기 - 소속학교 : 한국외국어대학교 지도교수 : 오승렬 교수님 ( 중국어과) 팀 이 름 : 飮 食 男 女 ( 음식남녀) 팀 원 : 이승덕 ( 중국어과 4) 정진우 ( 중국어과 4) 조정훈 ( 중국어과 4) 이민정 ( 중국어과 3) 탐방목적 1. 한국 음식이 가지고 있는 장점과 경제적 가치에도

More information

Logitech Surround Sound Speaker System Z906 Contents English 3 繁 體 中 文 14 한국어 25 2

Logitech Surround Sound Speaker System Z906 Contents English 3 繁 體 中 文 14 한국어 25 2 Logitech Surround Sound Speaker System Z906 User s Guide Model: S-00102 (110V ~ ) S-00103 (220V ~ ) Logitech Surround Sound Speaker System Z906 Contents English 3 繁 體 中 文 14 한국어 25 2 Logitech Surround

More information

iAUDIO5_K .indd

iAUDIO5_K .indd 사 용 설 명 서 ver. 1.1 K 2 일반 iaudio는 거원시스템의 등록상표 입니다. 본 제품은 가정용으로서 영업목적으로 이용하실 수 없습니다. 본 설명서는 거원시스템이 모든 저작권을 가지고 있으며 본 설명서의 부분 또는 전부를 무단 배포하는 것은 허용되지 않습니다. JetShell, JetAudio의 저작권은 거원시스템이 갖고 있으며 당사의 서면동의

More information

1_2•• pdf(••••).pdf

1_2•• pdf(••••).pdf 65% 41% 97% 48% 51% 88% 42% 45% 50% 31% 74% 46% I have been working for Samsung Engineering for almost six years now since I graduated from university. So, although I was acquainted with the

More information

MAGIC-6004M_K

MAGIC-6004M_K Operation Manual 2 Way Stereo Combination Amplifier MAGIC-6004M POWER OFF MAGIC-6004M 1 2 MAGIC-6004M 1 2 3 4 CD / MP3 MP3 PLAYER STOP PLAY PAUSE SCAN REPT RAND EJECT TRACK DIRECTORY F1 21 20 19 18 17

More information

11¹Ú´ö±Ô

11¹Ú´ö±Ô A Review on Promotion of Storytelling Local Cultures - 265 - 2-266 - 3-267 - 4-268 - 5-269 - 6 7-270 - 7-271 - 8-272 - 9-273 - 10-274 - 11-275 - 12-276 - 13-277 - 14-278 - 15-279 - 16 7-280 - 17-281 -

More information

#KM-250(PB)

#KM-250(PB) PARTS BOOK FOR 1-NEEDLE, STRAIGHT LOCK-STITCH MACHINE SERIES KM-250AU-7S KM-250AU-7N KM-250A-7S KM-250A-7N KM-250B-7S KM-250B-7N KM-250BH-7S KM-250BH-7N KM-250BL-7S KM-250BL-7N KM-250AU KM-250A KM-250B

More information

(Microsoft Word - ONYX1640i \307\321\261\333\270\336\264\272\276\3632)

(Microsoft Word - ONYX1640i \307\321\261\333\270\336\264\272\276\3632) 목차 안전 안내---------------------------------------------------2 Quick 스타트-----------------------------------------------3 안내---------------------------------------------------------4 연결 다이어그램--------------------------------------------7

More information

<B3EDB9AEC1FD5F3235C1FD2E687770> 오용록의 작품세계 윤 혜 진 1) * 이 논문은 생전( 生 前 )에 학자로 주로 활동하였던 오용록(1955~2012)이 작곡한 작품들을 살펴보고 그의 작품세계를 파악하고자 하는 것이다. 한국음악이론이 원 래 작곡과 이론을 포함하였던 초기 작곡이론전공의 형태를 염두에 둔다면 그의 연 구에서 기존연구의 방법론을 넘어서 창의적인 분석 개념과 체계를 적용하려는

More information

2009년 국제법평론회 동계학술대회 일정

2009년 국제법평론회 동계학술대회 일정 한국경제연구원 대외세미나 인터넷전문은행 도입과제와 캐시리스사회 전환 전략 일시 2016년 3월 17일 (목) 14:00 ~17:30 장소 전경련회관 컨퍼런스센터 2층 토파즈룸 주최 한국경제연구원 한국금융ICT융합학회 PROGRAM 시 간 내 용 13:30~14:00 등 록 14:00~14:05 개회사 오정근 (한국금융ICT융합학회 회장) 14:05~14:10

More information

XD86U XD86 U 1 2 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 11 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 12 13 9 1 11 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 2 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 W1 W W1 W1 W W1

More information

歯메뉴얼v2.04.doc

歯메뉴얼v2.04.doc 1 SV - ih.. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 - - - 23 24 R S T G U V W P1 P2 N R S T G U V W P1 P2 N R S T G U V W P1 P2 N 25 26 DC REACTOR(OPTION) DB UNIT(OPTION) 3 φ 220/440 V 50/60

More information

하나님의 선한 손의 도우심 이세상에서 가장 큰 축복은 하나님이 나와 함께 하시는 것입니다. 그 이 유는 하나님이 모든 축복의 근원이시기 때문입니다. 에스라서에 보면 하나님의 선한 손의 도우심이 함께 했던 사람의 이야기 가 나와 있는데 에스라 7장은 거듭해서 그 비결을

하나님의 선한 손의 도우심 이세상에서 가장 큰 축복은 하나님이 나와 함께 하시는 것입니다. 그 이 유는 하나님이 모든 축복의 근원이시기 때문입니다. 에스라서에 보면 하나님의 선한 손의 도우심이 함께 했던 사람의 이야기 가 나와 있는데 에스라 7장은 거듭해서 그 비결을 새벽이슬 2 0 1 3 a u g u s t 내가 이스라엘에게 이슬과 같으리니 그가 백합화같이 피 겠고 레바논 백향목같이 뿌리가 박힐것이라. Vol 5 Number 3 호세아 14:5 하나님의 선한 손의 도우심 이세상에서 가장 큰 축복은 하나님이 나와 함께 하시는 것입니다. 그 이 유는 하나님이 모든 축복의 근원이시기 때문입니다. 에스라서에 보면 하나님의 선한

More information

Windows 네트워크 사용 설명서

Windows 네트워크 사용 설명서 Windows 네트워크 사용 설명서 (Wireless Manager mobile edition 5.5) 그림의 예로 사용된 프로젝터는 PT-FW300NTEA 입니다. 한국어 TQBH0205-5 (K) 목차 소프트웨어 라이센스 계약 3 무선 연결 사용 시 참고 사항 4 보안 관련 참고 사항 6 소프트웨어 요구 사항 12 시스템 요구 사항 12 Wireless

More information

VZ94-한글매뉴얼

VZ94-한글매뉴얼 KOREAN / KOREAN VZ9-4 #1 #2 #3 IR #4 #5 #6 #7 ( ) #8 #9 #10 #11 IR ( ) #12 #13 IR ( ) #14 ( ) #15 #16 #17 (#6) #18 HDMI #19 RGB #20 HDMI-1 #21 HDMI-2 #22 #23 #24 USB (WLAN ) #25 USB ( ) #26 USB ( ) #27

More information

목차 제 1 장 inexio Touch Driver소개... 3 1.1 소개 및 주요 기능... 3 1.2 제품사양... 4 제 2 장 설치 및 실행... 5 2.1 설치 시 주의사항... 5 2.2 설치 권고 사양... 5 2.3 프로그램 설치... 6 2.4 하드웨

목차 제 1 장 inexio Touch Driver소개... 3 1.1 소개 및 주요 기능... 3 1.2 제품사양... 4 제 2 장 설치 및 실행... 5 2.1 설치 시 주의사항... 5 2.2 설치 권고 사양... 5 2.3 프로그램 설치... 6 2.4 하드웨 최종 수정일: 2010.01.15 inexio 적외선 터치스크린 사용 설명서 [Notes] 본 매뉴얼의 정보는 예고 없이 변경될 수 있으며 사용된 이미지가 실제와 다를 수 있습니다. 1 목차 제 1 장 inexio Touch Driver소개... 3 1.1 소개 및 주요 기능... 3 1.2 제품사양... 4 제 2 장 설치 및 실행... 5 2.1 설치 시

More information

#KM-350AB..

#KM-350AB.. PARTS BOOK KM-350A-7S KM-350A-7N KM-350B-7S KM-350B-7N KM-350A KM-350B PARTS BOOK KM-350A-7S KM-350A-7N KM-350B-7S KM-350B-7N KM-350A KM-350B PME-051121 MODEL FOR THIN MATERIAL KM-350A-7S 1-NEEDLE, NEEDLE

More information

airDACManualOnline_Kor.key

airDACManualOnline_Kor.key 5F InnoValley E Bldg., 255 Pangyo-ro, Bundang-gu, Seongnam-si, Gyeonggi-do, Korea (Zip 463-400) T 031 8018 7333 F 031 8018 7330 airdac AD200 F1/F2/F3 141x141x35 mm (xx) 350 g LED LED1/LED2/LED3 USB RCA

More information

0922 Monitor22...._kor_1

0922 Monitor22...._kor_1 본 사용설명서는 사용자가 언제라도 볼 수 있는 장소에 보관하십시오. TV튜너의 내장으로, 모니터 기능외에 TV로도 사용할 수 있는 모니터입니다. 좁은 공간도 효율적으로 이용할 수 있는 Slim하고 Simple한 디자인. 인체공학적인 디자인으로 사용 편리성 제고. 와이드형 TFT LCD 패널의 채용으로 넓은 화면의 구현. 최대 해상도 680 x 050(WSXGA+)지원.

More information

2014 HSC Korean Continuers

2014 HSC Korean Continuers Centre Number 2014 HIGHER SCHOOL CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION Student Number Korean Continuers Total marks 80 Section I Pages 2 4 General Instructions Reading time 10 minutes Working time 2 hours and 50 minutes

More information

본문01

본문01 Ⅱ 논술 지도의 방법과 실제 2. 읽기에서 논술까지 의 개발 배경 읽기에서 논술까지 자료집 개발의 본래 목적은 초 중 고교 학교 평가에서 서술형 평가 비중이 2005 학년도 30%, 2006학년도 40%, 2007학년도 50%로 확대 되고, 2008학년도부터 대학 입시에서 논술 비중이 커지면서 논술 교육은 학교가 책임진다. 는 풍토 조성으로 공교육의 신뢰성과

More information

# KM

# KM PARTS BOOK 1-NEEDLE, STRAIGHT LOCK-STITCH MACHINE WITH VERTICAL EDGE TRIMMER 1-NEEDLE, NEEDLE FEED LOCK-STITCH MACHINE WITH VERTICAL EDGE TRIMMER MODEL KM-506 SERIES KM-506-7S 1-NEEDLE, STRAIGHT LOCK-STITCH

More information

<313630313032C6AFC1FD28B1C7C7F5C1DF292E687770>

<313630313032C6AFC1FD28B1C7C7F5C1DF292E687770> 양성자가속기연구센터 양성자가속기 개발 및 운영현황 DOI: 10.3938/PhiT.25.001 권혁중 김한성 Development and Operational Status of the Proton Linear Accelerator at the KOMAC Hyeok-Jung KWON and Han-Sung KIM A 100-MeV proton linear accelerator

More information

B64-4102-00_00_KO.indb

B64-4102-00_00_KO.indb DDX80BT DDX80BTM B6-0-00/00 (MW) DDX80BT/DDX80BTM DDX80BT/DDX80BTM 5 6 DDX80BT/DDX80BTM % % % % 7 CD () : Folder : Audio fi 8 DDX80BT/DDX80BTM 9 5 5 6 ALL 8 9 6:9 LB E D C B A C B D E 0 DDX80BT/DDX80BTM

More information

정치컴 23호-최종.hwp

정치컴 23호-최종.hwp 1) 정치커뮤니케이션 연구, 통권23호, 2011. 12. 31. 263~298쪽. 장애인방송 접근권 향상을 위한 개선 방안 연구 -수신환경 실태조사와 심층인터뷰를 중심으로 * 이준호(동의대학교 신문방송학과 교수) ** 유승관(동명대학교 언론영상광고학부 교수) *** 본 연구는 장애인 방송접근권 강화를 위한 지원 장치인 장애인 대상 방송지원 현황을 지역별로

More information

2 x10 목 차 1. 일반 정보 1. 점검 사항 2. 주의 및 관리 3. 방수 4. 배터리 충전하기 2. 순토 X10 사용 방법 1. 화면과 버튼 (1) 모드 표시 (2) 배터리 용량 표시 (3) 알람 심볼 (4) GPS 수신 표시 2. 메뉴 (1) 기본 메뉴 구조

2 x10 목 차 1. 일반 정보 1. 점검 사항 2. 주의 및 관리 3. 방수 4. 배터리 충전하기 2. 순토 X10 사용 방법 1. 화면과 버튼 (1) 모드 표시 (2) 배터리 용량 표시 (3) 알람 심볼 (4) GPS 수신 표시 2. 메뉴 (1) 기본 메뉴 구조 SUUNTO X10 한글 사용 설명서 x 이 사용 설명서는 순토 X10 패키지에 들어있는 영문설명서 부분을 한 글화 한 것입니다. x 영문을 한글로 번역하는 과정에서 기술적인 전문성의 결여로 인해 발생 할 수 있는 오역의 가능성이 있음을 알려드리며, 사용 시 이 점을 감안하 여 주실 것을 당부 드립니다. x 보다 자세한 기술적인 설명에 대한 지원이 필요하신

More information

DIB-100_K(90x120)

DIB-100_K(90x120) Operation Manual 사용설명서 Direct Box * 본 제품을 사용하기 전에 반드시 방송방식 및 전원접압을 확인하여 사용하시기 바랍니다. MADE IN KOREA 2009. 7 124447 사용하시기 전에 사용하시기 전에 본 기기의 성능을 충분히 발휘시키기 위해 본 설명서를 처음부터 끝까지 잘 읽으시고 올바른 사용법으로 오래도록 Inter-M 제품을

More information

민속지_이건욱T 최종

민속지_이건욱T 최종 441 450 458 466 474 477 480 This book examines the research conducted on urban ethnography by the National Folk Museum of Korea. Although most people in Korea

More information

Using Material of High Quality! ST 044N LYOUT O TH HIN Ls: Stroke Lp: Loop Length Lf: Loop Projection Hs: Safe Space (Dimensions in mm) ending radius

Using Material of High Quality! ST 044N LYOUT O TH HIN Ls: Stroke Lp: Loop Length Lf: Loop Projection Hs: Safe Space (Dimensions in mm) ending radius Min Max ST 044N MTRIL hain material: PS-polyamide with glass fiber reinforced UL94-H Low Noise Low Mote Speed : 10m / sec Temperature : -30 ~ +130 Other installation Length: Vertical curve above= max 2.0m

More information

서강대학원123호

서강대학원123호 123 2012년 12월 6일 발행인 이종욱 총장 편집인 겸 주간 임종섭 편집장 김아영 (우편번호 121-742) 주소 서울시 마포구 신수동1번지 엠마오관 B133호 대학원신문사 전화 705-8269 팩스 713-1919 제작 일탈기획(070-4404-8447) 웃자고 사는 세상, 정색은 언행 총량의 2%면 족하다는 신념으로 살았습니다. 그 신념 덕분인지 다행히

More information

CD-6208_K

CD-6208_K Operation Manual CD/MP3/WMA/WAV Player CD-610U POWER OFF CD-610U 1 2 CD-610U CD-610U 3 4 CD-610U CD-610U 5 26 CD-610U CD-610U 37 5 6 7 8 CD / MP3 / WMA / WAV PLAYER INSERT COMPACT DISC SELECT HIGH QUALITY

More information

PJTROHMPCJPS.hwp

PJTROHMPCJPS.hwp 제 출 문 농림수산식품부장관 귀하 본 보고서를 트위스트 휠 방식 폐비닐 수거기 개발 과제의 최종보고서로 제출 합니다. 2008년 4월 24일 주관연구기관명: 경 북 대 학 교 총괄연구책임자: 김 태 욱 연 구 원: 조 창 래 연 구 원: 배 석 경 연 구 원: 김 승 현 연 구 원: 신 동 호 연 구 원: 유 기 형 위탁연구기관명: 삼 생 공 업 위탁연구책임자:

More information

DWCOM15/17_manual

DWCOM15/17_manual TFT-LCD MONITOR High resolution DWCOM15/17 DIGITAL WINDOW COMMUNICATION DIGITAL WINDOW COMMUNICATION 2 2 3 5 7 7 7 6 (Class B) Microsoft, Windows and Windows NT Microsoft VESA, DPMS and DDC Video Electronic

More information

歯M991101.PDF

歯M991101.PDF 2 0 0 0 2000 12 2 0 0 0 2000 12 ( ) ( ) ( ) < >. 1 1. 1 2. 5. 6 1. 7 1.1. 7 1.2. 9 1.3. 10 2. 17 3. 25 3.1. 25 3.2. 29 3.3. 29. 31 1. 31 1.1. ( ) 32 1.2. ( ) 38 1.3. ( ) 40 1.4. ( ) 42 2. 43 3. 69 4. 74.

More information

PowerPoint 프레젠테이션

PowerPoint 프레젠테이션 소프트웨어 공학 Requirements Modeling 실습 TOC Problem Statements Use Case Modeling Use Case Modeling 시 주의사항 Sea Buoy System Wind Speed Sensor Problem Description Air Temperature Sensor Water Temperature Sensor

More information

Microsoft PowerPoint - AC3.pptx

Microsoft PowerPoint - AC3.pptx Chapter 3 Block Diagrams and Signal Flow Graphs Automatic Control Systems, 9th Edition Farid Golnaraghi, Simon Fraser University Benjamin C. Kuo, University of Illinois 1 Introduction In this chapter,

More information

Parts List

Parts List COP 1440 Drifter Parts for Atlas Copco Atlas Copco No Crawler Drill Drfter Part Number Part Name Q'ty Unit Price Remarks 3115 1605 90 set of nipple 1set *} front head 3115 0286 00 dome nut 0.26kg 3115

More information

2 PX-8000과 RM-8000/LM-8000등의 관련 제품은 시스템의 간편한 설치와 쉬운 운영에 대한 고급 기술을 제공합니다. 또한 뛰어난 확장성으로 사용자가 요구하는 시스템을 손쉽게 구현할 수 있습니다. 메인컨트롤러인 PX-8000의 BGM입력소스를 8개의 로컬지

2 PX-8000과 RM-8000/LM-8000등의 관련 제품은 시스템의 간편한 설치와 쉬운 운영에 대한 고급 기술을 제공합니다. 또한 뛰어난 확장성으로 사용자가 요구하는 시스템을 손쉽게 구현할 수 있습니다. 메인컨트롤러인 PX-8000의 BGM입력소스를 8개의 로컬지 PX-8000 SYSTEM 8 x 8 Audio Matrix with Local Control 2 PX-8000과 RM-8000/LM-8000등의 관련 제품은 시스템의 간편한 설치와 쉬운 운영에 대한 고급 기술을 제공합니다. 또한 뛰어난 확장성으로 사용자가 요구하는 시스템을 손쉽게 구현할 수 있습니다. 메인컨트롤러인 PX-8000의 BGM입력소스를 8개의 로컬지역에

More information

<B3EDB9AEC1FD5F3235C1FD2E687770> 경상북도 자연태음악의 소박집합, 장단유형, 전단후장 경상북도 자연태음악의 소박집합, 장단유형, 전단후장 - 전통 동요 및 부녀요를 중심으로 - 이 보 형 1) * 한국의 자연태 음악 특성 가운데 보편적인 특성은 대충 밝혀졌지만 소박집합에 의한 장단주기 박자유형, 장단유형, 같은 층위 전후 구성성분의 시가( 時 價 )형태 등 은 밝혀지지 않았으므로

More information

Microsoft PowerPoint - User Manual-100 - 20150521.pptx

Microsoft PowerPoint - User Manual-100 - 20150521.pptx CIC-100 사용 설명서 (User Manual) 나의 커뮤니티, 보는 이야기 TocView [모델명 : CIC-100] 주의사항 매뉴얼의 내용은 서비스 향상을 위하여 개별 사용자의 사전 동의 또는 별도의 공지 없이 변경될 수 있습니다. 사용자의 인터넷 환경에 따라 제품 성능 및 기능의 제작 또는 사용이 불가능할 수 있습니다. 본 제품의 이용 중 장애에 의하여

More information

차례 사용하기 전에 준비 및 연결 간편 기능 채널 관련 영상 관련 음성 관련 시간 관련 화면잔상 방지를 위한 주의사항... 4 각 부분의 이름... 6 제품의 설치방법... 10 TV를 켜려면... 15 TV를 보려면... 16 외부입력에 연결된 기기명을 설정하려면..

차례 사용하기 전에 준비 및 연결 간편 기능 채널 관련 영상 관련 음성 관련 시간 관련 화면잔상 방지를 위한 주의사항... 4 각 부분의 이름... 6 제품의 설치방법... 10 TV를 켜려면... 15 TV를 보려면... 16 외부입력에 연결된 기기명을 설정하려면.. 한 국 어 사용설명서 LED LCD MONITOR TV 사용전에 안전을 위한 주의사항을 반드시 읽고 정확하게 사용하세요. LED LCD MONITOR TV 모델 목록 M2280D M2380D 1 www.lg.com 차례 사용하기 전에 준비 및 연결 간편 기능 채널 관련 영상 관련 음성 관련 시간 관련 화면잔상 방지를 위한 주의사항... 4 각 부분의 이름...

More information

<4D6963726F736F667420506F776572506F696E74202D20C0BDBCBA484D4920C0FBBFEB20C5DAB7B9B8C5C6BDBDBA20B4DCB8BBB1E228B9DFC7A5C0DAB7E129>

<4D6963726F736F667420506F776572506F696E74202D20C0BDBCBA484D4920C0FBBFEB20C5DAB7B9B8C5C6BDBDBA20B4DCB8BBB1E228B9DFC7A5C0DAB7E129> Terminal Platform 권오일 (koi@haco.co.kr) 현대오토넷 목차 1. 텔레매틱스 시스템 개요 P3 2. 텔레매틱스 단말기 개요 P4 3. 텔레매틱스 단말기 하드웨어 P9 4. 텔레매틱스 단말기 소프트웨어 P15 5. 음성 HMI 적용 전체 시나리오 P22 6. 향후 계획 P26 2 1. 텔레매틱스 시스템 개요 3 Block Diagram

More information

퇴좈저널36호-4차-T.ps, page 2 @ Preflight (2)

퇴좈저널36호-4차-T.ps, page 2 @ Preflight (2) Think Big, Act Big! Character People Literature Beautiful Life History Carcere Mamertino World Special Interview Special Writing Math English Quarts I have been driven many times to my knees by the overwhelming

More information

<BFACBCBCC0C7BBE7C7D02831302031203139292E687770> 延 世 醫 史 學 제12권 제2호: 29-40, 2009년 12월 Yonsei J Med Hist 12(2): 29-40, 2009 특집논문 3 한국사회의 낙태에 대한 인식변화 이 현 숙 이화여대 한국문화연구원 1. 들어가며 1998년 내가 나이 마흔에 예기치 않은 임신을 하게 되었을 때, 내 주변 사람들은 모두 들 너무나도 쉽게 나에게 임신중절을 권하였다.

More information

Breathing problems Pa t i e n t: I have been having some breathing problems lately. I always seem to be out of breath no matter what I am d o i n g. ( Nurse : How long have you been experiencing this problem?

More information

Slide 1

Slide 1 Clock Jitter Effect for Testing Data Converters Jin-Soo Ko Teradyne 2007. 6. 29. 1 Contents Noise Sources of Testing Converter Calculation of SNR with Clock Jitter Minimum Clock Jitter for Testing N bit

More information

04-다시_고속철도61~80p

04-다시_고속철도61~80p Approach for Value Improvement to Increase High-speed Railway Speed An effective way to develop a highly competitive system is to create a new market place that can create new values. Creating tools and

More information

R50_51_kor_ch1

R50_51_kor_ch1 S/N : 1234567890123 Boot Device Priority NumLock [Off] Enable Keypad [By NumLock] Summary screen [Disabled] Boor-time Diagnostic Screen [Disabled] PXE OPROM [Only with F12]

More information

182 동북아역사논총 42호 금융정책이 조선에 어떤 영향을 미쳤는지를 살펴보고자 한다. 일제 대외금융 정책의 기본원칙은 각 식민지와 점령지마다 별도의 발권은행을 수립하여 일본 은행권이 아닌 각 지역 통화를 발행케 한 점에 있다. 이들 통화는 일본은행권 과 等 價 로 연

182 동북아역사논총 42호 금융정책이 조선에 어떤 영향을 미쳤는지를 살펴보고자 한다. 일제 대외금융 정책의 기본원칙은 각 식민지와 점령지마다 별도의 발권은행을 수립하여 일본 은행권이 아닌 각 지역 통화를 발행케 한 점에 있다. 이들 통화는 일본은행권 과 等 價 로 연 越 境 하는 화폐, 분열되는 제국 - 滿 洲 國 幣 의 조선 유입 실태를 중심으로 181 越 境 하는 화폐, 분열되는 제국 - 滿 洲 國 幣 의 조선 유입 실태를 중심으로 - 조명근 고려대학교 BK21+ 한국사학 미래인재 양성사업단 연구교수 Ⅰ. 머리말 근대 국민국가는 대내적으로는 특정하게 구획된 영토에 대한 배타적 지배와 대외적 자주성을 본질로 하는데, 그

More information

목차 시작하기 전에 시작하기 시작하기 전에 2 시작하기 3 라디오 5 USB/iPod/AUX 6 블루투스 8 App Mode 10 Pandora 11 차량 원격 모드 12 설정 12 FUNCTION 설정 13 AUDIO 설정 14 SYSTEM 설정 15 ILLUMINA

목차 시작하기 전에 시작하기 시작하기 전에 2 시작하기 3 라디오 5 USB/iPod/AUX 6 블루투스 8 App Mode 10 Pandora 11 차량 원격 모드 12 설정 12 FUNCTION 설정 13 AUDIO 설정 14 SYSTEM 설정 15 ILLUMINA CD RDS RECEIVER MVH-X385BT MVH-185UI MVH-285UI 사용서 목차 시작하기 전에 시작하기 시작하기 전에 2 시작하기 3 라디오 5 USB/iPod/AUX 6 블루투스 8 App Mode 10 Pandora 11 차량 원격 모드 12 설정 12 FUNCTION 설정 13 AUDIO 설정 14 SYSTEM 설정 15 ILLUMINATION

More information

5/12¼Ò½ÄÁö

5/12¼Ò½ÄÁö 2010년 5월호 통권 제36호 이플 은 청순하고 소박한 느낌을 주는 소리의 장점을 살려 지은 순 한글 이름으로 고객 여러분께 좋은 소식을 전해드리고자 하는 국제이주공사의 마음입니다. 늦었습니다. 봄도 늦었고, 저희 소식지도 늦었습니다. 봄 소식과 함께 전하려던 소식지가 봄 소식만큼이나 늦어져 버렸습니다. 격월로 나가던 소식지를 앞으로 분기별로 발행할 예정입니다.

More information

EM300_Manual.indd

EM300_Manual.indd 보증서 재중 (WITH WARRANTY CARD) EM30020100702 준 비(안전을 위한 주의사항) 안전을 위한 주의사항 샤프 전자사전을 구입해 주셔서 대단히 감사합니다. 안전하게 기기를 사용하기 위해 안전을 위한 주의사항을 반드시 읽어 주십시오. TFT 컬러LCD에 관하여 TFT 컬러 LCD는 매우 정밀한 기술로 만들어졌습니다. 화면에서 밝거나 어두운

More information

112초등정답3-수학(01~16)ok

112초등정답3-수학(01~16)ok Visang 1 110 0 30 0 0 10 3 01030 5 10 6 1 11 3 1 7 8 9 13 10 33 71 11 6 1 13 1 7\6+3=5 15 3 5\3+=17 8 9\8+=76 16 7 17 7 18 6 15 19 1 0 < 1 18 1 6\1+=76 6 < 76 6 16 1 7 \7+1=55 < 55 15 1 1 3 113 1 5? =60?6=10

More information

DBPIA-NURIMEDIA

DBPIA-NURIMEDIA 27(2), 2007, 96-121 S ij k i POP j a i SEXR j i AGER j i BEDDAT j ij i j S ij S ij POP j SEXR j AGER j BEDDAT j k i a i i i L ij = S ij - S ij ---------- S ij S ij = k i POP j a i SEXR j i AGER j i BEDDAT

More information

May 2014 BROWN Education Webzine vol.3 감사합니다. 그리고 고맙습니다. 목차 From Editor 당신에게 소중한 사람은 누구인가요? Guidance 우리 아이 좋은 점 칭찬하기 고맙다고 말해주세요 Homeschool [TIP] Famil

May 2014 BROWN Education Webzine vol.3 감사합니다. 그리고 고맙습니다. 목차 From Editor 당신에게 소중한 사람은 누구인가요? Guidance 우리 아이 좋은 점 칭찬하기 고맙다고 말해주세요 Homeschool [TIP] Famil May 2014 BROWN Education Webzine vol.3 BROWN MAGAZINE Webzine vol.3 May 2014 BROWN Education Webzine vol.3 감사합니다. 그리고 고맙습니다. 목차 From Editor 당신에게 소중한 사람은 누구인가요? Guidance 우리 아이 좋은 점 칭찬하기 고맙다고 말해주세요 Homeschool

More information

목차 소프트웨어 라이센스 계약 3 무선 연결 사용 시 참고 사항 4 보안 관련 참고 사항 6 Wireless Manager mobile edition 5.5 로 수행 가능한 작업 7 컴퓨터 확인 10 컴퓨터를 연결하기 위해 필요한 환경 10 소프트웨어 설치 / 제거 1

목차 소프트웨어 라이센스 계약 3 무선 연결 사용 시 참고 사항 4 보안 관련 참고 사항 6 Wireless Manager mobile edition 5.5 로 수행 가능한 작업 7 컴퓨터 확인 10 컴퓨터를 연결하기 위해 필요한 환경 10 소프트웨어 설치 / 제거 1 Windows 사용 설명서 Wireless Manager ME 5.5 Wireless Manager mobile edition 5.5 F1111-0 KOREAN WM-LY8JC-K 목차 소프트웨어 라이센스 계약 3 무선 연결 사용 시 참고 사항 4 보안 관련 참고 사항 6 Wireless Manager mobile edition 5.5 로 수행 가능한 작업

More information

농심-내지

농심-내지 Magazine of NONGSHIM 2012_ 03 농심이 필요할 때 Magazine of NONGSHIM 농심그룹 사보 농심 통권 제347호 발행일 2012년 3월 7일 월간 발행인 박준 편집인 유종석 발행처 (주)농심 02-820-7114 서울특별시 동작구 신대방동 370-1 홈페이지 www.nongshim.com 블로그 blog.nongshim.com

More information

UWBT 휴대용 Bluetooth® 무선 온도, 습도 및 pH 송신기 시리즈

UWBT 휴대용 Bluetooth® 무선 온도, 습도 및 pH 송신기 시리즈 사용 설명서 kr.omega.com 에서 온라인 쇼핑 하세 요. e이메일: info@kr.omega.com 최신 제품 설명서를 얻으 려면: UWBT 휴대용 Bluetooth 무선 온도, 습도 및 ph 송신기 시리즈 kr.omega.com info@kr.omega.com 한국 서비스: 한국: Omega Engineering 한국 지사, 서울시 서초구 매헌로 54-1

More information

(Exposure) Exposure (Exposure Assesment) EMF Unknown to mechanism Health Effect (Effect) Unknown to mechanism Behavior pattern (Micro- Environment) Re

(Exposure) Exposure (Exposure Assesment) EMF Unknown to mechanism Health Effect (Effect) Unknown to mechanism Behavior pattern (Micro- Environment) Re EMF Health Effect 2003 10 20 21-29 2-10 - - ( ) area spot measurement - - 1 (Exposure) Exposure (Exposure Assesment) EMF Unknown to mechanism Health Effect (Effect) Unknown to mechanism Behavior pattern

More information

MCR-840

MCR-840 CLVK MCR-840 (R-840 + DVD-840 + NS-BP300) RECEIVER/DVD PLAYER AMPLI-TUNER/LECTEUR DVD OWNER'S MANUAL MODE D'EMPLOI MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES CAUTION Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures

More information

MSFD-20U

MSFD-20U 4-667-170-31(1) USB 2x Speed Floppy Disk Drive with Memory Stick Slot User s Guide KR GB MSFD-20U 2003 Sony Corporation 2 KR ............................................................ KR 3 KR 4 KR 6

More information