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©2008 Sony Corporation 3-300-703- 11 (2) Mini HI-FI Component System Operating Instructions LBT -DJ2i.
2 GB To reduc e the risk of fire or electr ic shock, do not expose thi s apparatus to rain or moisture. To reduce the ris k of fire, do n ot cover the ventilation o pening of the apparatus with newspapers , tableclo ths, curt ains, etc. Do not place th e naked flame sou rces such as lighted can dles on th e apparatus .
3 GB WARNING This equip ment has be en tested a nd found t o comply with the limits for a Class B digit al device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Ru les. These limits are d esigned to prov ide reasonable protection ag ainst harmful interferen ce in a residen tial installa tion.
4 GB For customers in Europe Disposal of Old Electrical & Electronic Equipment (Applicable in the European Union and other Euro pean countries with separate collection systems) This symbol on the product or on its packaging in dicates that this produc t shall not be tr eated as hou sehold wa ste.
5 GB Notice for the customer in the countries applying EU Directives The manufact urer of this product i s Sony Corporati on, 1-7-1 Ko nan Minato -ku Tokyo, 108-0075 Ja pan. The Au thorized Represent ative for EM C and produc t safety is Sony Deu tschland G mbH, Hedel finger Strasse 61, 7 0327 Stutt gart, Germany .
6 GB Table of Contents About this manual .... ........... ........ 5 Guide to parts a nd controls ........ .. 7 Information on the display......... 12 Hooking up the system .............. 13 Positioning the spea kers ........ .... 16 Setting t he clock .
7 GB Guide to parts and controls Guide to parts and controls This manual mainly explains operations using the buttons on the unit , but the same operations can also be performed using the butto ns on the remote having the same or similar names.
8 GB Remote A "/1 (on/standby) (pages 14, 16, 40, 46) Press to turn the system on or off. STANDBY indicator Lights up in green when the system is turned on. Lights up in red when the system is in standby mode. B i (jack) (pages 31, 49) Connect the headphones.
9 GB Guide to parts and controls O Function buttons (on CHANNEL B): USB (pages 23, 24, 25, 32, 34) CD (pages 16, 18, 21, 32, 34) TUNER/BAND (pages 20, 32) iPod 2 (pages 27, 32) LINE IN 2 (pages 28, 32) Press to select a function.
10 GB U MIC LEVEL (pages 37, 41) Turn to adjust the microphone volume. V i CHANNEL SELECT (page 31) Press to listen to CHANNEL A or B through a headphone. A/B indicator Indicate the selected CHANNE L output to the headphone. i LEVEL (page 31) Turn to adjust the headphone volume level.
11 GB Guide to parts and controls e; V / v / B / b 2) (pages 17, 27, 38) Press to select the menu items. 2) (pages 17, 27, 35, 38) Press to enter the settings. ea TOOL MENU 2) (page 28) Press to return to previous menu of the iPod. es FUNCTION +/– (pages 18, 20, 23, 27, 28) Press to select a function on CHANNEL B.
12 GB Information on the display A Indicator for the level of the audio source play back on CHANNEL A. B Lights up for a few seconds duri ng function change. C Lights up when the MP3 file contains ID3 tag information. D Lights up when a file name is displayed (page 33).
13 GB Getting Started Hooking up the system A Antennas Find a location and an orientation that provide good reception, and then set up the antennas. The FM 75 Ω COAXIAL jack varies according to models. Note Keep the antennas away from the speaker cords, the power cord and th e USB ca ble to avoid picking up noise.
14 GB C D-LIGHT SYNC OUT jack Connect the D-LIGHT SYNC controller . Y ou need to connect the D-LIG HT SYNC controller to a lighting device* (not supplied). The lighting device will react according to the control signals transmitted by the D-LIGHT SYNC controller upon receiving mu sic source from the system.
15 GB Getting Started Insert the iPod Dock Adapter into the iPod 1 or 2 connector before use. For details on the supplied iPod Dock Adapters, refer t o the operating instructions supplied with the iPod Dock Adapter. To remove the iPod Dock Adapter, pull it up with your fingernail or a flat object using the slot inside the adapter.
16 GB Positioning the speakers You can place your speakers as shown below. A Front speaker (left) B Front speaker (right) C Subwoofer D Unit Example 1: Place the speakers at an equal distance from your listening position. Example 2: This placement suitable for Djing.
17 GB Getting Started Setting the clock Use buttons on the remote for the operation. 1 Press "/1 to turn on the system. 2 Press TIMER MENU. The hour indication flashes in the display. If “PLAY SET?” f lashes in the display, press V or v repeatedly to select “CLOCK SET?”, then press .
18 GB Playing a CD/MP3 disc 1 Press CD (or FUNCTION +/– on the remote repeatedly to select “CD”). 2 Press A . 3 Load a disc with the label si de facing up on the disc tray. 4 Press A to close the disc tray. Do not forcibly push the disc tray to close it as this may cause a malfunction.
19 GB Basic Oper ations 1) The elapsed playing time may not be displayed correctly de pending o n the MP3 files. 2) When “ ” or “ SHUF” is select ed for MP3 files. 3) Playback repeatedly up t o five times. 4) A track or file is played back repeatedly until you stop playback.
20 GB Listening to the radio Use buttons on the remote for the operation. 1 Press FUNCTION +/– repeatedly to select FM or AM band. 2 Press TUNING MODE repeatedly until “AUTO” lights up in th e display. 3 Press +/–. You can also use TUNE +/– on the unit.
21 GB Basic Oper ations Transferring onto an USB device You can tr ansfer music fro m a sound source to an optional USB devi ce by connecting it to the (USB) port on the unit. The audio format transferred by this system is MP3. The approximate size of the transferring is about 1 MB per minute of transferring time (except MP3 disc).
22 GB 3 Start transferring. For CD-USB Synchronized Transfer : Press REC TO USB. “SYNC” and “REC” light up in the display. Then, transf erring starts when “Don’t Remove USB” appears in the display. When the transferring is completed, the disc and the USB device stop automatically.
23 GB Basic Oper ations To remove the USB device 1 Press USB (or FUNCTION +/– on the remote repeatedly to select “USB”). 2 When playback is stopped, hold down x on the unit until “No Device” appears in the display.
24 GB Notes • Do not remove the USB devi ce during transferring or erase operations. Doing so may corrupt the data on the USB device or damage the USB device itself. • Do not connect the system and the USB device through an USB hub. • You cannot eject the dis c during transferring from disc to USB.
25 GB Basic Oper ations 4 Turn VOLUME +/– (or press VOLUME +/– on the remote) to adjust the volume. To remove the USB device 1 Press USB (or FUNCTION +/– on the remote repeatedly to select “USB ” ). 2 When playback is stopped, hold down x on the unit until “No Device” appears in the display.
26 GB To change the play mode Press PLAY MODE on the remote repeatedly when play back is stopped. You can select the follow ing play mode. – Normal Play (all files on the USB device) (“ ”, “SH.
27 GB Basic Oper ations Playing the iPod You can listen to audio contents stored in the iPod on this system. 1 Press iPod 1 or iPod 2. Using the remote : Press and hold CHANNEL A, then press FUNCTION +/– repeatedly to select “iPod 1”. Press FUNCTION +/– repeatedly to select “iPod 2”.
28 GB Note To control the iPod c onnected to the iPod 1 connector, use the buttons on CHANNEL A on the unit. To control th e iPod connected to the iPod 2 connect or, use the buttons on CHANNEL B on the unit. To use the system as a battery charger You can use the system as a battery charger for th e iPod wh en the system is on or off.
29 GB Basic Oper ations Adjusting the sound To add a sound effect * T he volume switches to power mod e and the equalizer curve changes. You can enhance th e sound quality by using the MP3 BOOSTER+ function. 1 Press OPTIONS. 2 Turn JOG DIAL to select “MP3 BOOSTER+”, then press ENTER.
30 GB Creating a party atmosphere — Inspiring the DJ’s mood —B E A T B L E N D With the drum pads, you can add percussion during play back. This effect can be used with any so urce. Tip The PAD I and PAD II indicat or light up when you press the respective butt on.
31 GB Basic Oper ations To return the beat speed to default setting (BPM 120) Press MENU/RETURN on CHANNEL A and BEAT SPEED simultaneou sly. Notes • The beat tempo input is canceled if you press any buttons other than B PM CONTROL. • If you input the tempo l ess than BPM 40, “Hit Faster” appears in the displ a y.
32 GB Changing the display 1 Press OPTIONS. 2 Turn JOG DIAL to select “ILLUM”, then press ENTER. 3 Turn JOG DIAL to select the setting you want. 4 Press ENTER. To exit the OPTIONS menu Press OPTIONS again. Press DISPLAY repeatedly while the system is turned off.
33 GB Basic Oper ations Viewing information in the display Checking the elapsed playing time, remaining time and titles Press DISPLAY repeatedly during playback.
34 GB Creating your own program — Program Play You can make a program o f up to 25 step s in the order you want them to be pla yed back. You can sync hro trans fer the progra mmed tracks or files onto an USB device (page 21) . 1 Select the function you want.
35 GB Other Operations 6 Repeat steps 3 to 5 to prog ram additional folders, tracks or files. 7 Press HS on CHANNEL B (or N on the remote). Program Play starts. Other operations Note (For USB function only) The program list is cleared when yo u perform the erase operation.
36 GB 5 Repeat steps 1 to 4 to store other stations. You can preset up to 20 FM and 10 AM stations. 6 To call up a preset radio station, press TUNING MODE repeatedly until “PRESET” lights up in the display. Then, press +/– repeatedly to select the preset number you want.
37 GB Other Operations Ajusting the sound effect You can adjust the so und by raising or lowering the level of specific frequency band. Turn LOW jog to adjust the level of low frequency band. Turn MID jog to adjust the level of medium frequency ban d.
38 GB Using the timer The system offers th ree timer functions. You can set the system to turn off after a certain time, so that you can fall asleep to music.
39 GB Other Operations 6 Select the sound source or prepare the USB device. Then, slide CROSS FADER slider to B . For Play Timer: Press V / v or . / > repeatedly until the music source you want appears in the display, then press . The display will show t he timer settings.
40 GB Troubleshooting Should you encounter a problem with your system, do the following: 1 Make sure the power cord and speaker cords are connected correctly and firmly. 2 Find your problem in the troubleshooting checklist below and take the indicated corrective action.
41 GB Additional Inf ormation There is no sound. • Turn VOLUME + /– clockwise (or press VOLUME + repe atedly on the remote). • Check the CROSS FADER slider position (page 31). • Check the speak er connections (page 13) . • There is no audio ou tput during Recording Time r.
42 GB Disc player The disc tray does not open and “LOCKED” appears in t he display. • Consult your nearest Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility. The disc tray does not close . • Load the disc correctly. • Always close the disc tray by pressing A .
43 GB Additional Inf ormation • ID3 tag information for MP3 audio files is displayed when the files have ID3 version 1 or ID3 version 2. If ther e are ID3 version 1 and version 2 tags, ID3 version 2 tag inform ation ha s priority. USB device You cannot star t transferri ng to an USB device.
44 GB “Over Curr ent” appears i n the display. • A problem has been detected with the level of electrical current from the ( USB) port. Turn off the system and remove the USB device from the ( USB) port. Make sure there is no problem with the USB device.
45 GB Additional Inf ormation Playback does not start. • Turn off the system , then connect the USB device again. • Connect the supported USB device (page 52) . • Press HS (or N on the re mote) to start playback. Playback does not start from th e first track.
46 GB A stereo FM program canno t be received in stereo . • Press FM MODE on the remote repeatedly until “MONO” disappears from the display. Optional components There is no sound. • Refer to General item “There is no sound.” (page 41) and check the condition of the system.
47 GB Additional Inf ormation USB device USB Readin g The system is readin g informatio n of the USB device. Some buttons are not available. Data Error You tried to play back a audio file that is not playable (page 45). Device Err or The USB device could not be r ecognized or an unknown device is connected .
48 GB Precautions Discs that this system CAN play • AUDIO CD • CD-R/CD-R W (audio da ta/MP3 files) Discs that this system CANNOT play •C D - R O M • CD-R/CD-RW other than th ose recorded in mu.
49 GB Additional Inf ormation Specifications AUDIO POWE R SPECIFICATI ON POWER OUTPUT AND TOTAL HARMONIC DISTORTI ON: USA model only With 6-ohm lo ads, both ch annels drive n , from 120 Hz – 10 kHz; r ates 90 watts per channel min imum RMS power, with no more than 0.
50 GB Tuner section FM stereo, F M/AM superheterod yne tuner FM tuner sect ion Tuning ra nge North Ameri can model: 87.5 – 108. 0 MHz (100 kHz ste p) Other model s: 87.5 – 108.0 M Hz (50 kHz s tep) Antenna FM lead antenna Antenna termin als 75 ohms unba lanced Intermediate f requency 10.
51 GB Additional Inf ormation Subwoofer (SA-WG 2i) Subwoofe r system 1-way, 2-dri ver, Bass reflex Speaker u nit Subwoofer : 180 mm (7 inches), cone type Rated impe dance 6 ohms Dimensions (w/h/d) Approx. 500 × 306 × 505 mm (19 3 / 4 × 12 1 / 8 × 20 inches) Mass Approx.
52 GB Compatible devices with this system You can use the follow ing Sony USB devices on this system. Verified Sony USB device (as of March 2008) Verified Sony Ericsson mobile phone (as of March 2008) Check the websites be low for the latest information about compatible devices.
53 GB Additional Inf ormation You can use the following iPod mode ls on this system. Update your iPod with the latest software before using it. Notes • The iPod 1 and 2 connecto rs are designed for iPod only. You cannot connect any other p ortable audio players.
54 GB Index B Batteries 15 BEAT BLEND 30 Beat speed 30 C CD-USB Synchonized Transfer 21 COLD RESET 46 Compatible iP od with this system 53 Compatible USB devices with this system 52 Crossfader 31 D De.
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