Sony xr 4950x схема подключения aux

Инструкция по эксплуатации Sony XR-4950X

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Do not touch the tape surface of a cassette, as

any dirt or dust will contaminate the heads.

Keep cassettes away from equipment with

built-in magnets such as speakers and
amplifiers, as erasure or distortion on the
recorded tape could occur.

Do not expose cassettes to direct sunlight,

extremely cold temperatures, or moisture.

Slack in the tape may cause the tape to be

caught in the machine. Before you insert the
tape, use a pencil or similar object to turn the
reel and take up any slack.

Distorted cassettes and loose labels can cause

problems when inserting or ejecting tapes.
Remove or replace loose labels.

The sound may become distorted while

playing the cassette. The cassette player head
should be cleaned after each 50 hours of use.

Cassettes longer than 90 minutes
The use of cassettes longer than 90 minutes is
not recommended except for long continuous
play. The tape used for these cassettes is very
thin and tends to stretch easily. Frequent
playing and stopping of these tapes may cause
them to become entangled in the cassette deck
mechanism.

Resetting the unit . 5
Detaching the front panel . 5
Turning the unit on/off . 6
How to use the menu . 6
Setting the clock . 6

Listening to a tape . 7
Playing a tape in various modes . 8

Memorising stations automatically

— Best Tuning Memory (BTM) . 9

Memorising only the desired stations . 9
Receiving the memorised stations . 10

Labelling the rotary commander . 11
Using the rotary commander . 12
Adjusting the sound characteristics . 13
Attenuating the sound . 13
Changing the sound and display settings . 14
Boosting the bass sound

Maintenance . 15
Dismounting the unit . 15
Specifications . 16
Troubleshooting guide . 17

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ГАЗ-3110 штатные динамики 2001года г.у Sony XR-4950X

Sony Corporation FM.

Fm / am cassette car stereo, Xr-4950x

For installation and connections, see the supplied installation/connections
manual.

Порядок установки и подключения магнитолы описан в прилагаемой
инструкции об установке/подключении.

Инструкция по эксплуатации

2welcome, Precautions

Thank you for purchasing this Sony Cassette
Player. This unit lets you enjoy a variety of
features using the following controller
accessory:
Optional accessory

If your car was parked in direct sunlight

resulting in a considerable rise in
temperature inside the car, allow the unit to
cool off before operating it.

If no power is being supplied to the unit,

check the connections first. If everything is
in order, check the fuse.

If no sound comes from the speakers of a

two-speaker system, set the fader control to
the centre position.

When a tape is played back for a long

period, the cassette may become warm
because of the built-in power amplifier.
However, this is not a sign of malfunction.

If you have any questions or problems
concerning your unit that are not covered in
this manual, please consult your nearest Sony
dealer.

To maintain high quality sound

If you have drink holders near your audio
equipment, be careful not to splash juice or
other soft drinks onto the car audio. Sugary
residues on this unit or cassette tapes may
contaminate the playback heads, reduce the
sound quality, or prevent sound reproduction
altogether.
Cassette cleaning kits cannot remove sugar
from the tape heads.

Notes on Cassettes Cassette care .

Do not touch the tape surface of a cassette, as

any dirt or dust will contaminate the heads.

Keep cassettes away from equipment with

built-in magnets such as speakers and
amplifiers, as erasure or distortion on the
recorded tape could occur.

Do not expose cassettes to direct sunlight,

extremely cold temperatures, or moisture.

Slack in the tape may cause the tape to be

caught in the machine. Before you insert the
tape, use a pencil or similar object to turn the
reel and take up any slack.

Distorted cassettes and loose labels can cause

problems when inserting or ejecting tapes.
Remove or replace loose labels.

The sound may become distorted while

playing the cassette. The cassette player head
should be cleaned after each 50 hours of use.

Cassettes longer than 90 minutes
The use of cassettes longer than 90 minutes is
not recommended except for long continuous
play. The tape used for these cassettes is very
thin and tends to stretch easily. Frequent
playing and stopping of these tapes may cause
them to become entangled in the cassette deck
mechanism.

Resetting the unit . 5
Detaching the front panel . 5
Turning the unit on/off . 6
How to use the menu . 6
Setting the clock . 6

Listening to a tape . 7
Playing a tape in various modes . 8

Memorising stations automatically

— Best Tuning Memory (BTM) . 9

Memorising only the desired stations . 9
Receiving the memorised stations . 10

Labelling the rotary commander . 11
Using the rotary commander . 12
Adjusting the sound characteristics . 13
Attenuating the sound . 13
Changing the sound and display settings . 14
Boosting the bass sound

Maintenance . 15
Dismounting the unit . 15
Specifications . 16
Troubleshooting guide . 17

4location of controls

Refer to the pages listed for details.

2 Volume control dial
3 SOURCE (TUNER/TAPE) button

4 PRST +/– (cursor up/down) buttons

6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 14
During radio reception:

Preset stations select 10

Playback direction change 7

6 Display window
7 Z (eject) button (located on the front side

of the unit behind the front panel) 7

8 OPEN button 5, 7, 15
9 D-BASS button 14
q; SOUND button 13
qa OFF button* 5, 6, 7

qs Reset button (located on the front side

of the unit behind the front panel) 5

qd SEEK/AMS –/+ (cursor left/right) buttons

Seek 10
Automatic Music Sensor 7
Manual search 10

Preset number select 9, 10

* Warning when installing in a car

without ACC (accessory) position on
the ignition key switch
Be sure to press
(OFF) on the unit for two
seconds to turn off the clock display after
turning off the engine.
When you press (OFF) only momentarily,
the clock display does not turn off and this
causes battery wear.

Getting started, Resetting the unit, Detaching the front panel

Attaching the front panel

Place the hole A of the front panel onto the
spindle B on the unit as illustrated, then push
the left side in.

Notes
• Be careful not to attach the front panel upside

Do not press the front panel too hard against the

Do not press too hard or put excessive pressure

on the display window of the front panel.

Do not expose the front panel to direct sunlight

or heat sources such as hot air ducts, and do not
leave it in a humid place. Never leave it on the
dashboard of a car parked in direct sunlight or
where there may be a considerable rise in
temperature.

If you turn the car ignition off without
removing the front panel, the caution alarm
will beep for a few seconds.
If you connect an optional power amplifier and
do not use the built-in amplifier, the beep
sound will be deactivated.

Before operating the unit for the first time or
after replacing the car battery, you must reset
the unit.
Remove the front panel and press the reset
button with a pointed object, such as a
ballpoint pen.

Note
Pressing the reset button will erase the clock
setting and some memorised functions.

Detaching the front panel

You can detach the front panel of this unit to
protect the unit from being stolen.

Press (OPEN), then slide the front panel
to the right side, and pull out from the
left side.

Notes
• Be sure not to drop the panel when detaching it

If you detach the panel while the unit is still

turned on, the power will turn off automatically
to prevent the speakers from being damaged.

When you carry the front panel with you, use the

supplied front panel case.

6turning the unit on/off, How to use the menu, Setting the clock

Press (SOURCE) or insert a cassette in the
unit. For details on operation, refer to page 7
(cassette player) and page 9 (radio).

Press (OFF) to stop tape playback or FM/AM
reception (the key illumination and display
remains on).
Press (OFF) for two seconds to completely
turn off the unit.

Note
If your car has no ACC position on the ignition key
switch, be sure to turn the unit off by pressing
(OFF) for two seconds to avoid car battery wear.

This unit is operated by selecting items from a
menu.
To select, first enter the menu mode and
choose up/down (+/– of (PRST)), or choose
left/right (–/+ of (SEEK/AMS)).

The clock uses a 12-hour digital indication.

Example: To set the clock to 10:08

Press (MENU), then press either side of
(PRST) repeatedly until “CLOCK”
appears.

The hour indication flashes.

Press either side of (PRST) to set the

The minute indication flashes.

Press either side of (PRST) to set the

After the clock setting is complete, the
display returns to normal playback mode.

Tip
When the D.INFO mode is set to ON, the time is
always displayed (page 14).

Cassette player, Listening to a tape

Press (OPEN) and insert a cassette.
Playback starts automatically.

If a cassette is already inserted, to start
playback, press (SOURCE) repeatedly until
“FWD” or “REV” appears.

Tip
To change the tape‘s playback direction, press
(MODE) (o).

During playback, press and hold either
side of
(SEEK/AMS).

To start playback during fast-forwarding or
rewinding, press (MODE) (o).

Locating a specific track
— Automatic Music Sensor (AMS)

During playback, press either side of
(SEEK/AMS) momentarily for each track
you want to skip.
You can skip up to nine tracks at one time.

Note
The AMS function may not work when:
— the blanks between tracks are shorter than

— there is noise between tracks.
— there are long sections of low volume or quiet

In the Motion Display mode, all the items are
scrolled in the display one by one in order.

Tip
The Motion Display mode can be turned off (See
“Changing the sound and display settings” on
page 14).

The side facing up is played.

The side facing down is played.

8playing a tape in various modes

Playing a tape in various
modes

You can play the tape in various modes:
•REP (Repeat Play) repeats the current track.
•BL SKP (Blank Skip) skips blanks longer than

•ATA (Automatic Tuner Activation) turns on

the tuner automatically when fast-winding
the tape.

During playback, press (MENU).

Press either side of (PRST) repeatedly
until the desired item appears.

Each time you press (–) side of (PRST), the
item changes as follows:

Press (+) side of (SEEK/AMS) to select
“ON.”

To return to normal playback mode, select
“OFF” in step 3.

Tip
While the ATA function is activated, the display
(TAPE
y TUNER) can be changed by pressing
(DSPL) on the optional rotary commander.

Playing tracks repeatedly
— Repeat Play

During playback, press (1) (REP)
repeatedly until “REP-ON” in the display
appears.

To return to normal playback mode, select
“REP-OFF.”

Tip
During repeat playback, press
(MODE). “REP”
disappears from the display and repeat mode is
cancelled.

Radio

Memorising only the
desired stations

You can preset up to 18 FM stations (6 each for
FM1, 2, and 3), up to 12AM stations (6 each for
AM1 and 2) in the order of your choice.

Press (SOURCE) repeatedly to select the
tuner.

Press (MODE) repeatedly to select the
band.

Press either side of (SEEK/AMS) to tune
in the station that you want to store on
the number button.

Press the desired number button ((1) to
(6)) 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.

The unit selects the stations with the strongest
signals and memorises them in the order of
their frequencies. You can store up to 6 stations
on each band (FM1, FM2, FM3, AM1, and
AM2).

Caution
When tuning in stations while driving, use
Best Tuning Memory to prevent accidents.

Press (SOURCE) repeatedly to select the
tuner.
Each time you press (SOURCE), the source
changes as follows:

Press (MODE) repeatedly to select the
band.
Each time you press (MODE), the band
changes as follows:

Press (MENU), then press either side of
(PRST) repeatedly until “BTM” appears.

Press (ENTER).
The unit stores stations in the order of their
frequencies on the number buttons.
A beep sounds when the setting is stored.

Notes
The unit does not store stations with weak

signals. If only a few stations can be received,
some number buttons will retain their former
setting.

When a number is indicated in the display, the

unit starts storing stations from the one currently
displayed.

If FM stereo reception is poor.

If FM stereo reception is poor
— Monaural Mode

During radio reception, press (MENU),
then press either side of
(PRST)
repeatedly until “MONO” appears.

Press (+) side of (SEEK/AMS) until
“MONO-ON“ appears.
The sound improves, but becomes
monaural (“ST” disappears).

To return to normal mode, select
“MONO-OFF” in step 2.

Receiving the memorised
stations

Press (SOURCE) repeatedly to select the
tuner.

Press (MODE) repeatedly to select the
band.

Press the number button ((1) to (6)) on
which the desired station is stored.

Tip
Press either side of
(PRST) to receive the stations
in the order they are stored in the memory (Preset
Search Function).

If you cannot tune in a preset
station

Press either side of (SEEK/AMS) to search
for the station (automatic tuning).
Scanning stops when the unit receives a
station. Press either side of (SEEK/AMS)
repeatedly until the desired station is
received.

Note
If the automatic tuning stops too frequently, press
(MENU), then press either side of (PRST)
repeatedly until “LOCAL” (local seek mode) is
displayed. Then press (+) side of
(SEEK/AMS) to select “LOCAL-ON.” Press (ENTER).
During local reception and station selection,
“L.SEEK” appears in the display.
Only the stations with relatively strong signals will
be tuned in.

Tip
If you know the frequency of the station you want
to listen to, press and hold either side of
(SEEK/AMS) until the desired frequency appears
(manual tuning).

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