16 8212 6660 00 Window, FL, CR300 17 8212 6670 00 Lens, LED, CR300 18 8226 2600 00 Ring, REC, CR300 19 8212 6680 00 Lens, operation, CR300 20 8212 6860 00 Panel, sub, CR300 21 8212 6870 00 Panel, front, CR300 22 8226 2590 00 Button, play, FX, CR300 23 8204 1870 00 Screw, PPZ30P100FMC 26 8236 0841 00 IC, EPROM, CR300 27 8277 4880 00 Cable, 2mm pitch, parallel, 5P, L150 28 8274 2420 00 PCB assy, Function B, CR300


Light in read Blinks in red Lights in green Lights in orange Recording Recording mute Playback Erasing 9. Disc tray 10. Open close button OPEN CLOSE A 12. Time margin button TIME MARGIN 13. Record mute button REC MUTE O Digital synchro button DIGITAL SYNCHRO Input selector INPUT SELECTOR - DIGITAL (AES EBU, OPT, COAX) ANALOG (XLR +4, XLR -10, LINE) Record level knobs (outer L ch, inner R ch) REC LEVEL 17. Track number auto manual button TRACK NO. AUTO MANUAL 18. Track number write (manual)...

2 Product Safety Notice

Many electrical and mechanical parts in the appliance have special safety related characteristics. These are often not evident from visual inspection nor the protection afforded by them necessarily can be obtained by using replacement components rated for voltage, wattage, etc. Replacement parts which have these special safety characteristics are identified in this Service Manual. Electrical components having such features are identified by marking with a on the schematics and on the parts list...

32 Test Equipment

The following power meter manufactured by Advantest Corporation, LEADER Corporation or equivalent TQ8210 + TQ82017 (Advantest Corporation) TQ8215 + TQ82021 (Advantest Corporation) TQ8215 + TQ82010 + TQ82017 (Advantest Corporation) LE8010 (LEADER Corporation) For adjustment, set the unit to the Test Mode. Referring to the Fig. 1 on the right, turn on the unit with the Test Mode short-circuit pattern on the FUNCTION PCB Ass'y to enter the Test Mode. In the Test Mode, all the displays (FL, LEDs)...

Audio Unit Characteristics

CD Playback (Analog RCA Output) Frequency Response S N Dynamic Range Total Harmonic Distortion Channel Separation De-emphasis Deviation Level Difference between Channels Output Voltage Monitor (Analog RCA Input Analog RCA Frequency Response S N Dynamic Range Total Harmonic Distortion Maximum Input Level Minimum Input Level 482 (W) x 105 (H) x 393 (D) mm 19 (W) x 4 - 1 8 (H) x 15 - 1 2 (D) inch 7.0 kg (15.4 lb) AC120 V, 60 Hz AC220 230 V, 50 60 Hz 24 W 4 Hz 20 kHz 1.0 dB (EIAJ) 100 dB or more...


The following operation allows you to check the recording time information during recording or playing time information during playback. Every time the TIME button is pressed, the time information contents are switched in the order of The display mode varies depending on whether the current operation is recording or playing back (in the order of KB * > during recording). (A) Elapsed recording time (2 min. 16 sec. after the start of track No. 2)


The position of the switch (S601) for detecting loading state is detected by the system microprocessor, and the design prevents laser diode oscillation when the switch (S601) is not on CLMP terminal side (CLMP signal is OFF or high level.). Thus, the interlock will no longer function if the switch (S601) is deliberately set to CLMP terminal side (low level). The interlock also does not function in the test mode *. Laser diode oscillation will continue, if pin 1 of M51593FP (IC101) on the...

Danger Laser Radiation When Open Avoid Direct Exposure To Beam

(1) Check that CD is displayed on the FL display. If CD-R or CD-RW is displayed, press the STOP button repeatedly until CD is displayed. (2) Press the RECORD button. The LED for confirmation of LD emission will light in orange. (3) Press the REC MUTE button. The LED for confirmation of LD emission will light in red. The LD is emitting in this status. (4) Turn VR101 clockwise until the adjustment value to be reached is obtained. (5) Press the STOP button to shut off the LD.


Play, Pause, REC (Rec), RPT-1 (Repeat, 1-Repeat), AUTO TRACK (Auto Track No.), PGM (Program), FADER (Fader), SKIP ON (Skip ON OFF), 32 44 48 (Input sampling frequency), SYNC (Digital Synchronous Recording), Track number, Level meter, Elapsed playback time, Remaining playback time, Total remaining playback time, Total playback time, Elapsed recording time, Remaining recording time, Total recording time RCA pin (27 kQ or more) Balanced XLR-3 (10 kQ) RCA pin (1 kQ) Balanced XLR-3 (1 kQ or less)...


Remaining playing time of all track on disc being played (46 min. 40 sec. remaining on the disc) 1. AES EBU digital input AES EBU DIGITAL IN 2. XLR balanced input BALANCED IN 3. XLR balanced output BALANCED OUT 6. Optical digital input S P DIF OPTICAL DIGITAL IN 7. Coaxial digital input S P DIF COAXIAL DIGITAL IN 8. Optical digital output S P DIF OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT 9. Coaxial digital output S P DIF COAXIAL DIGITAL IN


Screw, BBZ40P080FCC Cover, fuse, CR300 Cable assy, 2mm pitch, 8P, red I O angle Card spacer Screw, IBZ30P200FMC Screw, PMZ30P060FCC Screw, PMZ26P040FMC Screw, IBZ30P080FZK Binder Cable, 2mm pitch, parallel, 4P, L250 Cable, 2mm pitch, parallel, 6P, L300 Cable, 2mm pitch, parallel, 8P, L200 Cable, 2mm pitch, parallel, 15P, L100 Cable, 2mm pitch, parallel, 5P, L550

Leakage Current Check

Measure leakage current to a known earth ground (water pipe, conduit, etc.) by connecting a leakage current tester such as Simpson Model 229-2 or equivalent between the earth ground and all exposed metal parts of the appliance (input output terminals, screw heads, metal overlays, control shaft, etc.). Plug the AC line cord of the appliance directly into a 120V AC 60Hz outlet and turn the AC power switch on. Any current measured must not exceed 0.5mA.


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Erase Mode (CD-RW) Direct Search Track Search Manual Search One Song All Song Program Repeat Laser Hour Meter Margin Display Auto Pause Auto Power Calibration Remote Controller On Off Digital Out On Off Balanced Input Sensitivity Switching Automatic conversion (48 kHz, 32 kHz > 44.1 kHz) ON OFF switchable (44.1 kHz) Synchronous to one song all songs DAT ID 0 sec, 10 sec, off No restriction one time only prohibited 6 levels Fade time 6 sec, 9 sec, 12 sec, 18 sec End section of previous track...


CD-R overdrive CD-RW record Power Fig.5 Output power of the laser diode Attach the remote sensor of the laser power meter to a point angled away about 10 degrees against the pickup lens and where the maximum power is detected, so that there will be no light reflected onto the pickup. Note 2 When adjusting with VR101 to VR106, first turn them completely counterclockwise and then adjust clockwise, so that the value to be reached is not exceeded. Note 3 Set the wavelength of laser power meter to...

Risk Of Electric Shock Do Not Open

TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, MATCH WIDE BLADE OF PLUG TO WIDE SLOT, FULLY INSERT. POUR VITER LES CHOCS LECTRIQUES, INTRODUIRE LA LAME LA PLUS LARGE DE LA FICHE DANS LA BORNE CORRESPONDANTE DE LA PRISE ET POUSSER JUSQU' AU FOND. The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance. TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS...

Skip Id

Test Point CN102 - pin 3 (TE) and pin 4 (MPP) Adjustment Point RECORD and REC MUTE buttons Adjustment Value Adjust until the value of output signal from pin 3 (TE) and pin 4 (MPP) of CN102 are the same, or the differential output of these signals is minimal. (1) Press the AUTO MANUAL button so that 02_F3 appears on the FL display. (2) Press the FINALIZE button for focus-in. (3) Press the PLAY button for CAV-servo spindle kick (the status where the spindle rotates with the focus servo on and...


(C) Total recording time (3 min. 50 sec. of 2-track recording ) Remaining recording time (56 min. 10 sec. remaining on the disc) (A Elapsed playing time (2 min. 16 sec. after the start of track No. 1) (D) Total playing time (60 min. 0 sec. for 8 tracks) Remaining playing time of track being played (3 min. 20 sec. remaining for track No.1)

Table Of Contents

CONTROLS, INDICATORS & CONNECTORS 9 3. ADJUSTMENT 4. ASSEMBLING & DISASSEMBLING 19 5. EXPLODED VIEW, PCB ASSEMBLY & PARTS LIST 25 6. CIRCUIT 7. GENERAL * Adjusting procedures, assembling & disassembling, exploded view, PCB assembly, parts list, circuit diagrams and general information are given in this manual to assist the service technician in maintaining the Model CR300.


NOTE Perform the adjustment in STOP mode. This adjustment is possible with the low-pass filter used in adjustment 5 above attached. 3-5-4. Focus Bias Adjustment Test Point CN354 - pin 1 (RF) Adjustment Point DIGITAL SYNCHRO, RECORD and REC MUTE buttons Adjustment Value Adjust until the RF jitter is minimal or that the eye pattern of the RF waveform is most open. Procedure (1) Press the DIGITAL SYNCHRO button in Stop mode. NOTE Make sure that the unit is in Stop mode. (2) Check that 48 appears...


lt REMOTE CONTROL UNIT MODEL 8317 gt Remote control may be impossible if there is an obstacle between the remote control unit and main unit or if the remote control unit is operated at too great of an angle from the remote control sensor. Erroneous operation may occur if strong light such as direct sunlight or fluorescent lamp light is incident to the remote control sensor. The main unit may operate erroneously if it is used near equipment radiating infrared rays or if it is used near control...

Safety Instructions

Read instructions - All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the appliance is operated. 2. Retain instructions - The safety and operating instructions should be retained for future reference. 3. Heed warnings - All warnings on the appliance and in the operating instructions should be adhered to. 4. Follow instructions - All operating and use instructions should be followed. 5. Water and Moisture - The appliance should not be used near water - for example, near a...