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  • Page 1

    Owner's handbook
    Audio system
    100% Ford. 100% Entertainment.



  • Page 2

    The information contained in this publication was correct at the time of going to print. In the
    interest of development the right is reserved to change specifications, design or equipment
    at any time without notice and without incurring any obligations. This publication, or part
    thereof, may not be reproduced nor translated without our approval. Errors and omissions
    excepted.
    © Ford Motor Company 2006
    All rights reserved.
    Part number: 6S6J-19C104-DA (CG3511en) 07/2006 20060801095410



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    Table of contents

    Important audio information............3
    Radio reception.................................4

    Alternative frequencies..................20
    News broadcasts............................21
    Priority programme type (PTY)......21

    Audio unit overview

    Cassette tape player

    Audio introduction

    Cassette tape playback.................24
    Fast forward.....................................24
    Fast rewind......................................24
    Auto reverse....................................24
    Ending playback..............................24
    Cassette tape side selection........24
    Ejecting a cassette tape................24

    Audio system security
    Security code.....................................6
    Lost security code............................6
    Entering a security code..................6
    Incorrect security code....................6

    Audio unit clock and
    date displays

    Compact disc player
    Loading compact discs.................25
    Ejecting compact discs..................26
    Ejecting multiple compact discs
    ........................................................27
    Loading the compact disc
    changer.........................................28
    Unloading the compact disc
    changer.........................................28
    Compact disc playback.................28
    Compact disc selection.................29
    Track selection................................30
    Fast forward/reverse.....................30
    Shuffle/random...............................30
    Repeat compact disc tracks.........31
    Compact disc track
    compression.................................31
    Compact disc track scanning........31
    MP3 file playback............................32
    MP3 display options.......................35
    Ending compact disc
    playback........................................36

    Setting the clock and date on the
    audio unit.........................................8

    Audio unit operation
    On/off control...................................10
    Volume control.................................10
    Bass/treble control..........................10
    Balance/fade control.......................10
    Phone mute control........................10
    Station tuning control.......................11
    Station preset buttons.....................11
    Audio menu control.........................12
    Waveband button............................15
    Autostore control.............................16
    Traffic information control...............17

    Audio unit menus
    Automatic volume control..............19
    Audio distortion reduction
    (CLIP)..............................................19
    Regional mode (REG).....................19

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    Table of contents
    Auxiliary input (AUX IN)
    socket
    Rear passenger
    controls
    Rear seat controls..........................38
    Control panel buttons....................38
    Control mode..................................39
    One hour mode...............................40
    Headphones....................................40
    Headphone sockets.......................40
    Rear passenger control display
    screen............................................41

    Audio system care
    Audio unit.........................................42

    Audio troubleshooting

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    Audio introduction
    Audio unit labels

    IMPORTANT AUDIO
    INFORMATION
    WARNINGS
    Due to technical incompatibility,
    recordable (CD-R) and
    rewritable (CD-RW) discs may not
    function correctly.

    E66256

    These CD radio units will play
    compact discs that conform to
    the International Red Book standard
    audio specification. Copy protected
    CDs from some manufacturers do
    not conform to this standard and
    playback cannot be guaranteed.

    E66257

    Disc labels
    Audio CD

    Dual format, dual sided discs
    (DVD Plus, CD-DVD format),
    adopted by the music industry, are
    thicker than normal CDs and
    consequently playback cannot be
    guaranteed in Ford and Sony CD
    audio units, and jamming could
    occur. Irregular shaped CDs and CDs
    with a scratch protection film or self
    adhesive labels attached should not
    be used. Warranty claims, where this
    type of disc is found to be inside an
    audio unit returned for repair, will not
    be accepted.

    E66254

    MP3

    All CD units except Sony CD
    (but not the 6CD) are designed
    to play commercially pressed 12 cm
    audio compact discs only. The Sony
    CD unit will play 8 cm discs with a
    Sony approved adaptor fitted
    (CSA-8).

    E66255

    The audio unit may be damaged
    if unsuitable items like credit
    cards or coins are pushed inside the
    CD aperture.

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    Audio introduction
    RADIO RECEPTION
    Advanced digital filter
    adjustment (ADFA)
    Sony CD/6CD Generation 1
    units only
    Note: Consult your dealer before
    switching off the filter.
    Under certain exceptional
    conditions, radio reception may be
    adversely affected by very strong
    competing signals. This function
    allows you to switch off the digital
    filter to overcome this condition.

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    Audio unit overview
    1500RDS

    Sony CD (Generation 1)

    E66135

    5000C

    Sony 6CD (Generation 1)

    E68216

    E66137

    6000CD

    Sony CD (Generation 2)

    E81500

    Sony 6CD (Generation 2)

    6006CDC

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    Audio system security
    Sony CD/6CD Generation 2

    SECURITY CODE

    1. Press the numbered button
    corresponding to the first digit of
    your Keycode.
    2. Press the numbered button
    corresponding to the second digit
    of your Keycode. Repeat for digits
    3 and 4 in the same way.
    3. If you make a mistake entering the
    code, you may re-enter the digits
    by continuing to select buttons
    0-9. The display will advance from
    digit position 1 to 4 and then back
    again.
    4. Ensure the complete Keycode
    displayed is correct before
    pressing preset button * to
    confirm.

    Most units incorporate a unique
    Keycode security number that must
    be entered before the unit will
    operate. Normally, the Ford Dealer
    does this during the predelivery
    inspection.
    If the battery is disconnected for any
    reason, or the audio unit is removed
    from the vehicle, the Keycode must
    be re-entered before the unit will
    work again.

    LOST SECURITY CODE
    If you lose the Keycode, contact your
    dealer and supply details of your
    audio unit along with some proof of
    identity. Your Dealer will then obtain
    the correct code from Ford Motor
    Company.

    Except Sony CD/6CD
    Generation 2
    1. Press button 1 repeatedly until the
    first digit of your Keycode is
    shown in the display.
    2. Press preset buttons 2, 3 and 4
    in the same way for remaining
    three digits.
    3. Ensure the complete Keycode is
    correct before pressing preset
    button 5 to confirm it except
    1500RDS press the AM/FM
    button.

    ENTERING A SECURITY
    CODE
    If ‘CODE - - - -’, ‘CODE 0000’ or
    ‘Enter Keycode’ appears in the
    display when you switch on the audio
    unit, you must enter the Keycode
    using the station preset buttons.

    INCORRECT SECURITY
    CODE
    Up to 10 Keycode entry attempts are
    allowed with various consequences
    if you get it wrong.

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    Audio system security
    The number of attempts is shown in
    the display.






    If the display reverts to ‘CODE’
    another entry attempt may be
    made immediately.
    If the display shows ‘WAIT 30’, the
    unit will be locked for 30 minutes.
    Wait until the timer counts down
    to zero. When ‘CODE’ is
    displayed, enter the Keycode
    again.
    After 10 incorrect attempts the
    unit will be permanently
    inoperative and ‘‘LOCKED’ will be
    displayed. Contact your local Ford
    Dealer for help.

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    Audio unit clock and date displays
    Tip: Press and hold the CLOCK
    button for more than two seconds
    to automatically select the hour value
    for winter or summer time
    adjustment.

    SETTING THE CLOCK
    AND DATE ON THE
    AUDIO UNIT
    5000C, 6000CD and
    6006CDC

    12/24 hour format

    Changing the date and time





    Press the CLOCK button to
    display the date and time.



    Note: If you do not press another
    button within 30 seconds of pressing
    the CLOCK button, the display will
    return to its previous setting.












    Use the left or right arrow button
    to select the date or time value
    that you wish to change. The
    selected value will flash in the
    display.
    Turn the volume control to
    change the selected date or time
    value.
    Use the left or right arrow button
    to select additional date or time
    values that you wish to change.
    Turn the volume control to
    change the selected date or time
    value.
    Press the CLOCK button to exit
    and save the new date and time.

    Press the MENU button
    repeatedly until a 12/24 hour clock
    display appears.
    Use the left or right arrow button
    to select the setting required.
    To confirm your selection allow
    the menu to time out or press the
    MENU button repeatedly to exit.

    Sony CD/6CD Generation 1
    Changing the date








    Note: If you do not press the CLOCK
    button within 30 seconds of changing
    a date or time value, the display will
    exit and save the new values
    automatically.

    8

    Press the MENU button and use
    the up or down arrow button until
    a date setting display appears.
    Use the left or right arrow button
    to select days which flash in the
    display.
    Use the up or down arrow button
    to make an adjustment, then
    press the left or right arrow button
    to select months or years and
    adjust accordingly.
    Press the MENU button to confirm
    the date.



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    Audio unit clock and date displays
    Changing the time

    Sony CD/6CD Generation 2



    Changing the date and time







    Press the MENU button and use
    the up or down arrow button until
    a clock display appears.
    Use the left or right arrow button
    to select hours which will flash in
    the display.
    Use the up or down arrow button
    to make an adjustment, then
    press the left or right arrow button
    to select minutes and adjust
    accordingly.
    Press the MENU button to confirm
    the time.







    12/24 hour format





    Press the CLOCK button and use
    the left or right arrow button until
    the desired date/time setting
    display flashes.
    Use the up or down arrow button
    to make an adjustment, then
    press the left or right arrow button
    to select another date/time
    setting which flashes in the
    display. Repeat the adjustment
    procedure as necessary.
    Press the CLOCK button to
    confirm and set.

    12/24 hour format

    Press the MENU button and use
    the up or down arrow button until
    a 12/24 hour clock display
    appears.
    Use the left or right arrow button
    to select the setting required.
    Press the MENU button to confirm
    your selection.






    9

    Press the MENU button and use
    the up or down arrow button until
    a 12/24 hour clock display
    appears.
    Use the left or right arrow button
    to select the setting required.
    Press the MENU button to confirm
    your selection.



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    Audio unit operation
    ON/OFF CONTROL


    BALANCE/FADE
    CONTROL

    Press the on/off control. This will
    also operate the unit for up to one
    hour with the ignition turned off.
    The radio will switch off
    automatically after one hour.

    The FADE control is used to adjust
    the sound distribution from front to
    rear in vehicles equipped with rear
    speakers.
    The BALANCE control is used to
    adjust the sound distribution between
    the left and right speakers.

    VOLUME CONTROL
    Use this control to raise or lower the
    volume of the current audio source
    at any time. When you make an
    adjustment, the display indicates the
    selected volume level.




    BASS/TREBLE CONTROL



    All units, except the 1500, have
    controls to adjust bass or treble
    response.
    On Sony Generation 2 units you may
    adjust these settings separately for
    each source (CD/Radio/Aux).






    Press the button once for fade or
    twice for balance.
    Use the volume control or on
    some units the left or right arrow
    button to make the necessary
    adjustment.
    On Sony CD and Sony 6CD, use
    the up or down arrow button for
    fade adjustment, and the left or
    right arrow button for balance
    adjustment.

    The display indicates the level
    selected.

    Press the button once for bass or
    twice for treble (Sony Generation
    2 units have a mid option
    between bass and treble - three
    key presses are required to
    access the treble setting).
    Use the volume control or on
    some units the left or right arrow
    button
    On Sony CD and Sony 6CD use
    the up or down arrow button to
    make the necessary adjustment.

    PHONE MUTE CONTROL




    The display indicates the level
    selected.

    10

    Where available, press the
    PHONE button to mute your audio
    unit.
    Press PHONE again to unmute.



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    Audio unit operation
    Sony CD/6CD

    STATION TUNING
    CONTROL



    Seek tuning
    Select a waveband and briefly press
    one of the arrow buttons. The unit
    will stop at the first station it finds in
    the direction you have chosen.



    Except Sony CD/6CD

    Manual tuning



    Sony CD/6CD


    Press the up or down arrow
    button. The display shows the
    frequency selected.



    Except Sony CD/6CD



    Press the SCAN button. ‘SCAN’
    flashes or ‘SCANNING...’ is shown
    in the display and each station is
    played for a few seconds.
    Press SCAN again to continue
    listening to a station.



    Press the MENU button until the
    MAN display appears.
    Then press one of the arrows to
    tune down or up the waveband
    in small increments or press and
    hold to increment quickly, until you
    find a station you want to listen to.

    Press the MENU button
    repeatedly until a SCAN display
    appears.
    Use the arrow buttons to scan up
    or down the selected waveband.
    ‘SCAN’ appears in the display and
    each station is played for 10
    seconds.
    Depending on the audio unit,
    press the left or right arrow button
    or MENU again to continue
    listening to a station.

    STATION PRESET
    BUTTONS

    Scan tuning

    This feature allows you to store your
    favourite stations so that they can be
    recalled by selecting the appropriate
    waveband and pressing one of the
    preset buttons.

    Note: This feature is not available on
    certain units and may not appear as
    a menu option.
    SCAN allows you to listen to 10
    seconds of each station detected.





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    Select a waveband.
    Tune to the station required.
    Press and hold one of the preset
    buttons. The audio unit will mute.
    When sound returns the station
    has been stored.



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    Audio unit operation
    This can be repeated on each
    waveband and for each preset
    button.

    AUDIO MENU CONTROL
    Use the MENU button to access
    features that cannot be selected
    directly via one of the button controls.
    Press the MENU button for ‘first level’
    features, or press and hold the MENU
    button for different ‘second level’
    functions (not Sony Generation 2
    units).

    Note: When you drive to another
    part of the country, FM stations that
    broadcast on alternate frequencies,
    and are stored on preset buttons,
    may be updated with the correct
    frequency for that area.

    Features that are not available do not
    appear in the display.
    Sony CD/6CD Generation 1
    Menu features - First level features
    During
    radio
    reception

    During tape
    playback

    Second level
    functions

    During CD
    playback

    During CD
    changer
    playback

    During all functions

    RSE*

    RSE*

    RSE*

    VID

    Clock

    Clock

    Clock

    CLIP ON/OFF

    Date

    Date

    Date

    Aux ON/OFF

    12/24 hour

    12/24 hour

    12/24 hour

    News ON/OFF

    AVC

    Scroll

    AVC

    Bluetooth enable/
    disable

    Traffic local
    or distant

    AVC

    Repeat

    ADFA ON/OFF

    AF

    Repeat

    Comp

    Comp

    Shuffle

    Shuffle
    Note: The sequence in which features appear may vary for different audio
    units and vehicles.
    * Only when fitted.

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    Audio unit operation
    Sony CD/6CD Generation 2
    Menu features
    During radio
    reception

    During tape
    playback

    During CD playback

    12/24 hour

    12/24 hour

    CLIP ON/OFF

    CLIP ON/OFF

    News ON/OFF

    News ON/OFF

    AVC

    AVC

    AF

    AF

    TA volume

    TA volume

    Traffic local or
    distant

    Traffic local or
    distant

    Regional ON/OFF

    Shuffle

    During CD
    changer playback

    Repeat
    Comp ON/OFF
    Note: The sequence in which features appear may vary for different audio
    units and vehicles.
    5000C/6000CD/6006CDC
    Menu features - First level features

    Second level
    functions

    During
    radio
    reception

    During tape
    playback

    During CD
    playback

    During CD
    changer
    playback

    During all functions

    Manual
    tuning

    12/24 hour

    Scan

    Scan

    Traffic local or
    distant

    Scan tuning

    AVC

    Shuffle

    Shuffle

    AF

    12/24 hour

    ADV menu

    Repeat

    Repeat

    REG

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  • Page 16

    Audio unit operation
    Menu features - First level features
    During
    radio
    reception

    During tape
    playback

    Second level
    functions

    During CD
    playback

    During CD
    changer
    playback

    During all functions

    AVC

    Comp

    Comp

    News

    ADV menu

    12/24 hour

    12/24 hour

    CLIP

    AVC

    AVC

    VID

    ADV menu

    ADV menu

    Bluetooth enable/
    disable
    Note: The sequence in which features appear may vary for different audio
    units and vehicles.
    Note: Second level functions (advanced) can also be entered by selecting
    'ADV menu' from the first level menu.
    * Only when fitted.

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  • Page 17

    Audio unit operation
    WAVEBAND BUTTON
    This control allows you to switch
    between the AM and FM wavebands.
    If you press the AM/FM or RADIO
    button repeatedly during radio
    reception, you can select from the
    wavebands available. The display
    indicates the selection made.
    The selector can also be used to
    return to radio reception when you
    have been listening to another
    source.

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  • Page 18

    Audio unit operation
    AUTOSTORE CONTROL
    AutoStore can be used to store the
    stations with the strongest signals
    available, either from the FM
    waveband or from both AM and FM
    on Sony.





    Press and hold the AM/FM or
    RADIO button.
    The sound mutes and
    ‘AUTOSTORE’ display appears
    while the unit searches through
    the frequencies.
    When the search is complete,
    sound is restored and the
    strongest signals are stored on
    the AutoStore presets.

    Note: The AutoStore waveband can
    also be used to store stations
    manually in the same way as other
    wavebands.

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    Audio unit operation
    Note: If this happens during tape or
    CD playback or, on certain models,
    with the radio volume set to zero, the
    unit will retune automatically to
    another traffic station.

    TRAFFIC INFORMATION
    CONTROL
    Many stations broadcast on the FM
    waveband have a TP code to signify
    that they carry traffic programme
    information.

    If a non-traffic station is selected or
    recalled using a preset button, the
    audio unit will remain on that station
    unless:

    Activating traffic
    announcements




    Before you can receive traffic
    announcements, you must press the
    TA button. A 'TA-D' or 'TA-L' display
    will appear to show the feature is
    switched on.
    If you are already tuned to a station
    that broadcasts traffic information,
    ‘TP’ will also be displayed. Otherwise
    the unit will search for a traffic
    programme and display ‘TP SEEK’
    while doing so. If it cannot locate
    such a station, ‘Not Found’ will be
    displayed.

    TA is turned off, then on again.
    On certain models, the volume
    control is set to zero for four
    minutes after which the audio unit
    will retune to another traffic
    station.

    Local or distant traffic
    The number of RDS (EON-) traffic
    announcements may become
    excessive in some areas so there is
    an option to select between local
    traffic information and all available
    information.

    ‘TP’ appears within a box when you
    are tuned to a station providing traffic
    from a linked RDS-EON station.

    Sony CD/6CD

    When traffic information is broadcast,
    it will automatically interrupt normal
    radio, tape or CD playback and
    ‘TRAFFIC’ or ‘NEWS’ will appear in
    the display.



    If the traffic signal weakens, ‘TP’ will
    flash in the display. Press the left or
    right arrow button to find another
    station.

    Except Sony CD/6CD








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    Press the MENU button and use
    the up or down arrow button to
    select the TA display.
    Use the left or right arrow button
    to select the setting required.
    Press the MENU button to confirm
    your selection.

    Press and hold the MENU button
    until the display changes.
    Press the MENU button
    repeatedly until a TA display
    appears.



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    Audio unit operation




    Use the left or right arrow button
    to select either local (‘TA LOCAL’)
    or distant (‘TA DIST’) traffic
    announcements. To confirm your
    selection allow the menu to time
    out or press the menu button.
    ‘TA-L or ‘TA-D’ appear in the
    display to show which has been
    selected.

    Traffic announcement
    volume
    Traffic announcements interrupt
    normal broadcasts at a preset
    minimum level that is usually louder
    than normal listening volumes.
    To adjust the preset volume:



    Press and hold the TA button.
    Use the volume control or, on
    Sony units, the arrow buttons to
    make the necessary adjustment.
    The display will show the level
    selected.

    Ending traffic
    announcements
    The audio unit will return to normal
    operation at the end of each traffic
    announcement. To end the
    announcement prematurely, press
    TA during the announcement.
    Note: If you press TA at any other
    time it will switch all announcements
    off.

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  • Page 21

    Audio unit menus


    AUTOMATIC VOLUME
    CONTROL
    When available, automatic volume
    control (AVC) adjusts the volume
    level to compensate for engine noise
    and road speed noise.









    Press the MENU button
    repeatedly until an AVC display
    appears.
    Use the left or right arrow button,
    to adjust the AVC setting.
    On Sony CD and Sony 6CD, press
    the MENU button briefly and use
    the up or down arrow button to
    select an AVC display.
    Press the MENU button to confirm
    your selection or wait until the
    system times out.



    REGIONAL MODE (REG)
    Note: On SONY Generation 1 radios
    regional mode is always ON.
    Regional mode (REG) controls the
    behaviour of AF switching between
    regionally related networks of a
    parent broadcaster. A broadcaster
    may run a fairly large network across
    a large part of the country. At various
    times of the day this large network
    may be broken down into a number
    of smaller regional networks, typically
    centred on major towns or cities.
    When the network is not split into
    regional variants, the whole network
    caries the same programming.

    AUDIO DISTORTION
    REDUCTION (CLIP)
    When available CLIP automatically
    detects sound distortion and reduces
    the unit’s volume level until the
    distortion has been eliminated. This
    means that whilst the display might
    change numerically when you raise
    the volume manually with the control,
    there may be no actual increase in
    sound.




    On Sony CD and Sony 6CD
    Generation 1 units, press and hold
    the MENU button until the display
    changes, and use the up or down
    arrow button to select a CLIP
    display.
    On Sony CD and Sony 6CD
    Generation 2 units, press the
    MENU button briefly and use the
    up or down arrow button to select
    a CLIP display.
    Press the MENU button to confirm
    your selection or wait until the
    system times out.

    Regional mode ON (default): This
    prevents 'random' AF switches when
    neighbouring regional networks are
    not carrying the same programming.

    Press and hold the MENU button
    to reach the secondary MENU
    screen until the display changes.
    Then press MENU repeatedly until
    a CLIP display appears.
    Use the left or right arrow button,
    to turn the function on or off.

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  • Page 22

    Audio unit menus
    Regional mode OFF: This allows a
    larger coverage area if neighbouring
    regional networks are carrying the
    same programming, but can cause
    'random' AF switches if they are not.

    Under certain conditions, however,
    alternative frequency tuning may
    temporarily disrupt normal reception.
    With ‘AF-ON’ or ‘AF-AUTO’ selected,
    the unit continually evaluates signal
    strength and, if a better signal
    becomes available, the unit will switch
    to that alternative. It mutes while it
    checks a list of alternative
    frequencies and, if necessary, it will
    search once across the selected
    waveband for a genuine alternative
    frequency.

    Sony CD/6CD Generation 2





    Press the menu button briefly.
    Use the up or down arrow
    buttons until 'REGIONAL' is
    displayed.
    Use the left or right arrow buttons
    to turn the function on or off.

    It will restore radio reception when it
    finds one or, if one is not found, the
    unit will return to the original stored
    frequency. On certain units, ‘Not
    Found’ will be displayed.

    Except Sony CD/6CD
    Generation 2




    Press and hold the menu button
    until the display changes.
    Repeatedly press the menu
    button until 'REG' is displayed.
    Use the arrow buttons to turn the
    function on or off.

    With ‘AF-MAN’ selected, the unit
    operates in a similar way to
    ‘AF-AUTO’ or ‘AF-ON’, but only
    searches for an alternative frequency
    when prompted by pressing a preset
    button.

    ALTERNATIVE
    FREQUENCIES

    With ‘AF-OFF’ selected, the original
    stored frequency remains selected.
    In this mode, ‘AF-OFF’ will be
    displayed every time the unit is turned
    on.

    Many programmes broadcast on the
    FM waveband have a programme
    identification (PI) code, which can be
    recognised by audio units.

    Sony CD/6CD


    If your radio has AF tuning switched
    on and you move from one
    transmission area to another, this
    facility will search for and switch to a
    stronger station signal, if one can be
    found.




    20

    Press the MENU button and use
    the up or down arrow button to
    select an ‘AF’ display.
    Use the left or right arrow button
    to select the setting required.
    Press the MENU button to confirm
    your selection.



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    Audio unit menus
    Except Sony CD/6CD

    Sony CD/6CD Generation 2









    Press and hold the MENU button
    until the display changes.
    Press the MENU button
    repeatedly until an ‘AF’ display
    appears.
    Use the left or right arrow button
    to select the setting required.



    Except Sony CD/6CD


    NEWS BROADCASTS

    Some audio units interrupt normal
    reception to broadcast news bulletins
    from stations on the FM waveband
    or RDS-EON linked stations, in the
    same way as traffic information is
    provided.

    Many programmes in the FM
    waveband are categorised by the
    type of material they broadcast. This
    classification takes the form of an
    identification number coded into the
    broadcast signal.

    Sony CD/6CD Generation 1




    Press and hold the MENU button
    until a 'NEWS' display appears.
    Use the left or right arrow button
    to turn the function on or off.

    PRIORITY PROGRAMME
    TYPE (PTY)

    During news broadcasts, the display
    alternates between the station name
    and ‘NEWS’. News interrupts are
    broadcast at the same preset volume
    level as traffic announcements.



    Press the MENU button and use
    the up or down arrow button to
    select a ‘NEWS’ display.
    Use the left or right arrow button
    to select the setting required.

    On designated units, searches can
    be based on one of these
    classifications so that you can
    choose to listen to a particular type
    of programme.

    Press and hold the MENU button
    until the display changes.
    Use the up or down arrow button
    to select a ‘NEWS’ display.
    Use the left or right arrow button
    to select the setting required.

    Note: This feature is not enabled on
    Sony Generation 2 units.

    Classification

    Description

    AFFAIRS

    Current affairs

    ALARM

    See note below

    CHILDREN

    Children’s programmes

    CLASSICS

    Classical music

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    Audio unit menus
    Classification

    Description

    COUNTRY

    Country music

    CULTURE
    DOCUMENT

    Documentary content

    DRAMA
    EASY

    Easy listening music

    EDUCATE

    Educational content

    FINANCE
    FOLK M

    Folk music

    INFO

    Information

    JAZZ
    LEISURE
    LIGHT M

    Light music

    M.O.R.M

    Middle of the road music

    NATION M

    National music

    NEWS
    NONE

    Not categorised

    OLDIES

    Old time music

    OTHER M

    Music not covered elsewhere

    PHONE IN
    POP M

    Pop music

    RELIGION
    ROCK M

    Rock music

    SCIENCE

    Scientific content

    SOCIAL
    SPORT

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    Audio unit menus
    Classification

    Description

    TRAVEL
    VARIED

    Mixed programme content

    WEATHER
    Note: Some radio stations can also
    transmit emergency information
    under the undocumented category
    of ALARM but this programme type
    cannot be selected manually.

    Using PTY
    While the audio unit is searching for
    another PTY station, a PTY search
    display appears. When a programme
    is found, the new station name
    flashes in the display and radio
    reception is restored from the station
    selected.

    Selecting PTY


    Press the PTY button or the
    MENU button repeatedly until a
    PTY display appears.

    If the new station is not required,
    while its name is still flashing, press
    SEEK again or the left/right arrow
    buttons to find another station
    broadcasting the same programme
    type.

    Selecting stations with the
    same programme type
    Activate PTY and while PTY is
    displayed:


    Note: If a station transmitting the
    same type of programme cannot be
    found, ‘Not Found’ is displayed and
    the radio returns to the original
    station.

    Use the SEEK button or the
    left/right arrow buttons to locate
    other stations broadcasting
    programmes of the type selected.

    Selecting stations with
    different programme types

    PTY selection during tape
    or CD playback

    Activate PTY and while PTY is
    displayed:







    Use the volume control or, on
    Sony units, the up/down arrow
    buttons to select another
    programme type.
    Then use SEEK or the left/right
    arrow buttons to locate a station
    broadcasting the selected
    programme type.



    23

    Select PTY and use the controls
    as described above. CD playback
    continues, but radio reception is
    restored when the search is
    completed.
    If a station is not found, press the
    PTY or MENU buttons or the
    waveband selector, depending
    on the audio unit, to cancel the
    search.



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    Cassette tape player
    CASSETTE TAPE
    PLAYBACK

    ENDING PLAYBACK


    All units automatically switch to tape
    operation as soon as a cassette is
    inserted. During radio reception when
    a tape is already inserted, press the
    TAPE control buttons to start tape
    playback.

    Press AM/FM to restore radio
    reception, or the CD button to
    restore CD playback when a
    changer is fitted.

    CASSETTE TAPE SIDE
    SELECTION

    FAST FORWARD

    During tape playback, you can make
    the unit play the other side of the
    tape by pressing the TAPE button.

    Radio reception is automatically
    restored when you fast forward while
    the tape is playing. Press the right
    arrow button to fastforward. Press
    the left or right arrow button to end
    fast forward and restart the tape.

    EJECTING A CASSETTE
    TAPE
    Press the tape eject button to eject
    a cassette tape.

    FAST REWIND
    Radio reception is automatically
    restored when you fast rewind while
    the tape is playing. Press the left or
    right arrow button to revert to tape
    playback.
    Tape playback will restart
    automatically when the beginning or
    the end of the tape is reached.

    AUTO REVERSE
    When the end of the tape is reached,
    the tape auto reverses and playback
    resumes at the beginning of the
    other side.

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    Compact disc player


    LOADING COMPACT
    DISCS
    6000CD



    Always check if the CD slot is empty
    before inserting the CD.

    6006CDC

    Note: You can only load six CDs. If
    LOAD is pressed again, the display
    will show ‘CDC FULL’.

    To load a single CD:






    Press and release the LOAD
    button. ‘WAIT’ will appear in the
    display.
    You can optionally select which
    position to load the CD by
    pressing a preset button.
    When the message changes to
    ‘LOAD CD’, and lights flash in the
    CD entry slot, insert a CD into the
    audio unit.

    Do not try to insert a CD into the unit
    when ‘WAIT’ is displayed. Do not
    insert two CDs in a figure of eight
    fashion with edges overlapping.
    WARNING
    If the power to 6006 CDC units
    has been disconnected, then
    reconnected, the unit will
    automatically check for the presence
    of discs in the magazine. This will take
    approximately 25 seconds. During
    this time all functions except
    Keycode entry will be locked out.

    To load more than one CD:






    The display will change to ‘WAIT’
    and then the word ‘LOAD CD’ will
    appear again. At this point, you
    can load another CD.
    Repeat the last step to load more
    CDs or allow the unit to time out
    if you have finished loading your
    discs.

    Press and hold the LOAD button
    until ‘LOAD ALL’ appears in the
    display.
    When this message changes to
    ‘LOAD CD’, and lights flash in the
    CD entry slot, insert a single CD,
    label side up, into the audio unit.
    One of the disc icons will flash in
    the display and the word ‘LOAD’
    will appear. When the disc is
    loaded, a number in one of the
    disc icons will indicate its location.

    Sony CD



    25

    Insert a CD, label side up, into the
    slot.
    ‘LOADING’, ‘READING CD’ and
    ‘AUDIO CD’ or ‘MP3 CD’ appears
    in the display and playback starts
    automatically.



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    Compact disc player
    Sony 6CD

    EJECTING COMPACT
    DISCS

    To load a single CD:








    Press and release the LOAD
    button. ‘PLEASE WAIT’ appears
    in the display.
    When this changes to ‘PLEASE
    LOAD’, insert a CD, label side up,
    into the audio unit.
    A numbered disc icon flashes in
    the display and ‘LOADING’ and
    ‘READING CD’ will appear as the
    disc is loaded into the first
    available space.
    The disc icon revolves to confirm
    the disc is loaded, and playback
    starts automatically.

    WARNING
    Under certain operating
    conditions it is possible for CDs
    to be very warm when ejected. Take
    care whilst removing.

    Sony CD




    To load more than one CD:











    Press and hold the LOAD button.
    ‘INSERT ALL’ and then ‘PLEASE
    WAIT’ appear in the display.
    When this changes to ‘PLEASE
    LOAD’, insert a CD, label side up,
    into the audio unit.
    ‘LOADING’ appears with a disc
    location icon, followed by ‘PLEASE
    LOAD’ again, and this repeats until
    a maximum of six discs have been
    loaded.
    Playback starts from the last disc
    inserted.
    If the LOAD button is pressed
    after six discs have already been
    loaded, ‘ALL CDs FULL’ will
    appear in the display.

    Press the eject button at any time
    and remove the disc.
    ‘EJECTING’ and ‘PLEASE
    REMOVE’ appear in the display.
    Radio reception is restored
    automatically when the eject
    button is pressed.
    If no CD is loaded when the eject
    button is pressed, ‘NO CD’
    appears in the display.

    When ejected, discs are held in the
    audio unit ready for removal. If they
    are not removed, the disc will be
    reloaded automatically.

    Sony 6CD





    26

    Press the eject button briefly, to
    eject the disc.
    ‘PLEASE WAIT’, ‘EJECTING’ and
    ‘PLEASE REMOVE’ appear in the
    display while a disc is being
    ejected.
    Playback resumes from the next
    available disc or, if no discs are
    inserted, ‘NO CD’ is displayed, and
    radio reception is restored as the
    eject button is pressed.



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    Compact disc player
    When ejected, discs are held in the
    audio unit ready for removal. If they
    are not removed, the disc will be
    reloaded automatically.

    EJECTING MULTIPLE
    COMPACT DISCS
    Sony 6CD

    Except Sony CD/6CD



    6000CD
    Press the eject button at any time
    and remove the disc.



    6006CDC


    During CD playback, press the
    eject button to eject the disc
    being played or
    Use a preset button to select the
    disc you want to remove.



    Note: If the eject button is pressed
    in error, press the button again to
    cancel.



    ‘REMOVE CD’ appears in the display
    and the disc is held ready for
    removal. If it is not removed, the disc
    will be pulled back into the audio unit
    and CD playback will restart.








    Press and hold the eject button
    to eject all the discs that are
    loaded.
    ‘EJECT ALL’ followed by
    ‘EJECTING’ and ‘PLEASE
    REMOVE’ appear in the display,
    as each disc is ejected.
    When all discs have been ejected
    and removed, the radio reception
    is restored.

    Except Sony 6CD



    To eject a disc during radio
    reception, press eject button.
    While ‘SELECT’ or ‘SELECT CD’ is
    displayed, press the preset button
    that corresponds to the disc to be
    ejected. ‘REMOVE CD’ appears
    in the display and the disc is held
    ready for removal.

    27

    To eject all discs, press and hold
    the eject button until ‘EJECT ALL’
    is displayed.
    The display will alternate between
    ‘REMOVE’ and 'WAIT'.
    When ‘REMOVE’ is displayed, take
    the disc out of the unit. This
    routine repeats until all discs have
    been removed.



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    Compact disc player
    Note: If you have a Sony CD linked
    to a CD changer, the main unit can
    accept a conventional CD or a CD
    with MP3 files on it. The changer,
    however, may only accept
    conventional CDs.

    LOADING THE COMPACT
    DISC CHANGER

    UNLOADING THE
    COMPACT DISC
    CHANGER


    E66144












    Slide open the door on the CD
    changer unit.
    Press the eject button.
    Remove the magazine.
    Insert one disc into each slot with
    the label facing upwards. There
    will be a click when the disc is in
    the correct position.
    Reinsert the magazine in the
    direction indicated by the arrow
    on the magazine. The magazine
    will click into position ready for
    use.
    Close the changer door.




    Slide open the door on the CD
    changer unit.
    Press the eject button and
    remove the magazine.
    Pull the tray out using the lever on
    the side.
    Remove the CD and close the
    tray.
    Repeat the last two steps to
    remove other CDs.

    COMPACT DISC
    PLAYBACK
    During radio reception, press the
    CD/AUX button once to start CD
    playback.
    In single or multiple disc players
    where only one CD has been loaded,
    playback will start immediately the
    disc is loaded.

    Do not insert more than one disc into
    a single slot and always keep the disc
    changer door closed while the
    magazine is inserted.

    In multiple disc players, if two or more
    CDs are loaded one after the other,
    playback will start with the last CD
    loaded.

    Note: For the location of the CD
    changer, please refer to your
    Owner's Handbook.

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    Compact disc player
    CD changer playback

    You can, however, switch to a disc
    of your choice by pressing the preset
    button, which has the number
    corresponding to the disc you want
    to play. ‘CHANGING CD’ or ‘READING
    CD’ is displayed and an icon shows
    the disc selected.

    On a 5000 cassette tape unit
    attached to a CD changer


    Press the CD/AUX button once to
    operate the CD changer.

    On 6000CD, 6006CDC audio units:


    The audio unit remembers which
    discs are available so it will not select
    a disc that it knows to be missing. If
    you select a missing disc using the
    preset buttons, ‘NO CD’ will be
    displayed and playback will continue
    from the current disc.

    Press the CD button twice for CD
    changer playback.

    If the CD button is pressed when no
    discs are loaded, the display will show
    ‘NO CDS’.
    Note: During playback, the display
    indicates the disc, track and time that
    has elapsed since the start of the
    track.

    6006CDC
    On multiple CD units, including CD
    changers, discs are normally played
    sequentially in ascending order.

    COMPACT DISC
    SELECTION

    You can, however, switch to a disc
    of your choice by pressing the radio
    preset button with the number that
    corresponds to the disc you want to
    play. The display will show which disc
    is selected.

    Sony 6CD
    On Sony 6CD audio units, when the
    CD button is pressed, playback will
    recommence from wherever it was
    last stopped.

    The audio unit remembers which
    discs are available so it will not select
    a disc that it knows to be missing. If
    you select a missing disc, the display
    will show ‘NO CD’ and playback will
    continue from the current disc.

    If that disc is no longer available,
    playback will start from the next disc
    and then continue in ascending
    order, i.e. disc three follows disc two.
    When the disc in the highest loading
    position has been played, playback
    will continue with the disc in the
    lowest loading position and go
    through the same cycle.

    If a selected disc is damaged or
    upside down, the warning ‘CD
    ERROR’ flashes and the disc number
    is displayed. The unit then selects the
    next available disc.

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    Compact disc player
    Sony CD/6CD

    If a changer is fitted, but the
    magazine is missing or incorrectly
    inserted, ‘NO MAGAZINE’ will appear
    in the display when the changer is
    selected and radio reception will be
    resumed.





    TRACK SELECTION








    Press the right arrow button once
    to move to the next track or press
    it repeatedly to access later
    tracks.
    Press the left arrow buttons once
    to replay the current track. If
    pressed within two seconds of
    the start of a track, the previous
    track will be selected.
    Press the left arrow buttons
    repeatedly to select previous
    tracks.



    6000CD


    FAST
    FORWARD/REVERSE


    Press the MENU button and use
    the up or down arrow button to
    select a ‘SHUFFLE’ display.
    Use the left or right arrow button
    to select ‘SHUFFLE CD’ or
    ‘SHUFFLE OFF’.
    When an MP3 CD is playing,
    options include ‘SHUFFLE CD’,
    ‘SHUFF FOLDER’ to play all the
    tracks in a folder in random order,
    and ‘SHUFFLE OFF’.
    Use the left or right arrow button
    to select ‘SHUFFLE CD’,
    ‘SHUFFLE ALL’ to play all the
    tracks on all the loaded discs in
    random order, or ‘SHUFFLE OFF’
    (Sony 6CD Generation 1 units
    only).



    Press and hold the left/right arrow
    buttons to search backwards or
    forwards within the tracks on the
    disc.

    Press the MENU button
    repeatedly until a ‘SHUF’ display
    appears.
    Use the left or right arrow button
    to select 'SHUF ALL' or 'SHUFF
    CD' (ALL = tracks on all CDs, CD
    = only the current disc)

    SHUFFLE/RANDOM

    With the function on, ‘SHUFFLE’
    appears in the display as each new
    track is selected.

    Random track playback, also known
    as shuffle, plays all tracks on the CD
    in random order.

    Use the left or right arrow button to
    select the next track to shuffle if
    required.

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    Compact disc player
    REPEAT COMPACT DISC
    TRACKS

    COMPACT DISC TRACK
    COMPRESSION

    Sony CD/6CD

    With this feature on, quieter music is
    boosted and louder music lowered
    to minimise repeated volume
    adjustments.









    Press the MENU button and use
    the up or down arrow button to
    select a ‘REPEAT’ display.
    Use the left or right arrow button
    to select ‘REPEAT TRACK’ or
    ‘REPEAT OFF’.
    When an MP3 CD is playing,
    playback options are ‘REPEAT
    TRACK’, ‘REP FOLDER’ and
    ‘REPEAT OFF’.
    For the Sony 6CD unit, a further
    playback options is ‘REPEAT CD’.

    Sony CD/6CD






    Press the MENU button and use
    the up/down arrow buttons to
    select a ‘COMP’ display.
    Use the left/right arrow buttons to
    select ‘COMP ON’ or ‘COMP
    OFF’.
    Press the MENU button to confirm
    your selection.
    Compression remains selected,
    unless it is switched off.

    Press the MENU button to confirm
    your selection.



    6000

    Except Sony CD/6CD



    Press the menu button repeatedly
    until 'REPEAT' is displayed.





    Use the left or right arrow button
    to choose between OFF and TRK.



    6006CDC


    Press the menu button repeatedly
    until 'REPEAT' is displayed.



    Use the left or right arrow button
    to choose between ALL (default),
    CD and TRK.

    Press MENU repeatedly until a
    ‘COMP’ display appears.
    Use the arrow button to turn the
    function on or off.

    COMPACT DISC TRACK
    SCANNING
    The SCAN function allows you to
    preview each track for 10 seconds.

    Sony CD/6CD Generation 2
    Pressing the SCAN button will toggle
    the scan mode, according to which
    unit you are using and the type of CD
    currently playing.

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    Compact disc player
    Sony CD Generation 2

    Except Sony CD/6CD



    When selected, ‘SCAN’ appears
    briefly in the display at the start of
    each track.



    Press the SCAN button once to
    scan each track on an audio CD,
    or the first 10 seconds of each
    track on each folder of a MP3 CD.
    Press the SCAN button again to
    select 'SCAN OFF' (audio CD), or
    in the case of MP3 to scan each
    track within a folder.





    Sony 6CD Generation 2








    Press the SCAN button once to
    scan the first track of each CD
    loaded.
    Press the SCAN button again to
    scan all tracks on the CD currently
    playing.
    If an MP3 CD is loaded you have
    the option of scanning the folder.

    MP3 FILE PLAYBACK
    Sony 6CD Generation 2 and
    all Sony CD
    MP3 (MPEG 1 Audio Layer-3) is a
    standard technology and format for
    compressing audio data. This allows
    a more efficient use of the media.

    Sony CD/6CD Generation 1
    When selected, the track being
    played flashes in the display. Scan
    playback continues until the SCAN
    button is pressed again.






    Press the MENU button
    repeatedly until a ‘SCAN’ display
    appears.
    Use the left or right arrow button
    to select between 'SCAN CD' and
    'SCAN ALL'.
    Press the left or right arrow button
    again to continue listening to a
    track.

    You can play MP3 files recorded on
    CD-ROMs, CD-Rs, and CD-RWs. The
    disc must be in the ISO 9660 level 1
    or level 2 format, or Joliet or Romeo
    in the expansion format. You can also
    use a disc recorded in Multi Session.

    Press the SCAN button to scan
    each track on an Audio or MP3
    CD.
    Press the SCAN button twice to
    scan the first track of each folder
    on an MP3 CD.
    For the 6CD unit, press the SCAN
    button twice to scan each track
    on all Audio CDs loaded in the CD
    mechanism.

    ISO 9660 format
    This is the most common
    international standard for the logical
    format of files and folders on a
    CD-ROM.

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    Compact disc player
    File formats

    There are several specification levels.
    In Level 1, file names must be in the
    8.3 format (no more than 8
    characters in the name, no more
    than 3 characters in the extension
    “.MP3”) and in capital letters.





    Folder names can be no longer than
    8 characters. There can be no more
    than 8 folder levels (trees). Level 2
    specifications allow file names up to
    31 characters long.



    Each folder can have up to 8 trees.
    For Joliet or Romeo in the expansion
    format, please consider these
    restrictions when configuring your
    CD writing software.



    Multi session
    This is a recording method that
    enables adding of data using the
    Track-At-Once method.
    Conventional CDs begin at a CD
    control area called the Lead-in and
    end at an area called Lead-out. A
    Multi Session CD is a CD having
    multiple sessions, with each segment
    from Lead-in to Lead-out regarded
    as a single session.




    With formats other than ISO 9660
    level 1 and level 2, folder names
    or file names may not be
    displayed correctly.
    When naming, be sure to add the
    file extension “.MP3” to the file
    name.
    If you put the extension “.MP3” to
    a file other than MP3, the unit
    cannot recognize the file properly
    and will generate random noise
    that could damage your speakers.
    The following discs take a longer
    time to start playback.
    • a disc recorded with
    complicated tree structure.
    • a disc recorded in Multi
    Session.
    • a non-finalised disc to which
    data can be added.

    Playing a multi session disc
    When the first track of the first
    session is audio CD data
    Only audio CD data of the first
    session is played back. Non-audio
    CD data/MP3 file information (track
    number, time, etc.) is displayed with
    no sound.

    CD-Extra: The format that records
    audio (audio CD data) as tracks
    on session 1, and records data as
    tracks on session 2.
    Mixed CD: In this format, data is
    recorded as track 1, and audio
    (audio CD data) is recorded as
    track 2.

    When the first track of the first
    session is not audio CD data

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    Compact disc player




    If an MP3 file is in the disc, only
    MP3 file(s) play back and other
    data is skipped. (Audio CD data is
    not recognised.)
    If no MP3 file is in the disc, nothing
    is played back. (Audio CD data is
    not recognised.)

    MP3 files playback order
    The playback order of the folders and
    files is as shown.
    Note: A folder that does not include
    an MP3 file is skipped.
    Playback tip: To specify a desired
    playback order, before the folder or
    file name, input the order by number
    (e.g., “01,” “02”), then record
    contents onto a disc. (The order
    differs depending on the writing
    software.)

    E66143

    ID3 Tag Version 2
    The following occurs when an MP3
    file containing ID3 tag ver.2 is played:

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    Compact disc player








    When skipping a portion of ID3 tag
    ver.2 (at the beginning of the
    track), sound is not output. Skip
    time changes depending ID3 tag
    ver.2 capacity. Example: At 64
    kbytes, it is about 2 seconds (with
    RealJukebox).
    The displayed elapsed playing
    time when skipping a portion of
    ID3 tag ver.2 is inaccurate. For
    MP3 files of a bit rate other than
    128 kbps, time is not displayed
    accurately during playback.
    When an MP3 file is created with
    MP3 conversion software (e.g.
    RealJukebox - a registered
    trademark of RealNetworks Inc),
    ID3 ver.2 will automatically be
    written.



    Press the up/down arrow buttons
    to select another folder.
    Press the left/right arrow buttons
    to select another track (file) within
    the folder.

    MP3 DISPLAY OPTIONS
    Sony 6CD Generation 2 and
    all Sony CD
    When an MP3 disc is playing, certain
    information encoded in each track
    can be displayed. Such information
    will normally include:




    MP3 navigation

    The file name
    The folder name
    ID3 information which might be
    the album or artist’s name

    The unit will normally show the file
    name that is playing. To select one
    of the other items of information:

    MP3 tracks may be recorded on the
    CD in several ways. They can all be
    placed in the root directory like a
    conventional audio CD, or they can
    be placed in folders that may
    represent, for example, an album, an
    artist, or a genre.





    The normal playing sequence on CDs
    with multiple folders is to play the
    tracks in the first folder, then the
    tracks in any folder(s) nested inside
    the first folder, then move onto the
    second folder, and so forth. For
    example, if folder 1 has folders 1a and
    1b within it, and folder 2 contains
    folder 2a, the playing sequence will
    be folder 1, 1a, 1b, 2, 2a.

    Press the CD INFO button
    repeatedly until the display
    required is shown.
    If the ID3 information selected is
    unavailable, ‘NO MP3 TAG’
    appears in the display.

    Scrolling MP3 displays
    Note: This feature is not enabled on
    Sony Generation 2 units.
    Display information will scroll once
    across the display as each track
    starts, so the full line can be read. The
    display will then return to a static
    display showing the first few
    characters of whatever information
    you have chosen.

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    Compact disc player







    Note: This will not eject the CD; the
    disc will merely pause at the point
    where radio reception was restored.
    CD playback can be resumed by
    pressing the CD button.

    Press the MENU button and use
    the up/down arrow buttons to
    select a ‘SCROLL’ display.
    Use the left/right arrow buttons to
    select ‘SCROLL ON’ or ‘SCROLL
    OFF’. ‘SCROLL ON’ is the default
    setting and remains selected,
    unless it is switched off.
    Press the MENU button to confirm
    your selection.
    Press and hold the CD INFO
    button, to scroll the display
    independently of the scroll setting
    selected.

    Except Sony CD/6CD



    Note: Neither of these actions will
    eject the CD; the disc will merely
    pause at the point where radio or
    tape reception was restored.

    CD text display options

    To resume CD playback, press the
    CD button again.

    When an audio disc with CD text is
    playing, limited information encoded
    in each track can be displayed. Such
    information will normally include:




    The disc name
    The artist name
    The track name

    These display options are selected
    in the same way as MP3 displays.
    ‘NO DISC NAME’ or ‘NO TRACK
    NAME’ appears if no information has
    been encoded.

    ENDING COMPACT DISC
    PLAYBACK
    Sony CD/6CD
    To restore radio reception on all units:


    Press the waveband button to
    restore radio reception.
    Push the tape control buttons in
    to restore tape playback.

    Press the AM/FM or RADIO
    button.

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    Auxiliary input (AUX IN) socket
    Note: For optimum performance
    when using any auxilliary device set
    the volume on the device high. This
    will reduce audio interference when
    charging the device via the vehicle
    power supply socket.
    When fitted the Auxiliary input (AUX
    IN) socket permits an auxiliary device,
    such as a MiniDisc or MP3 player, to
    be linked into the vehicle audio
    system. Output can be played
    through the vehicle speakers.
    To connect an auxiliary device, plug
    it into the AUX IN socket using a 3.5
    mm conventional audio jack
    connector.
    Select the auxiliary input via the ‘AUX’
    button and playback will be heard
    through the vehicle speakers. ‘AUX’
    will appear in the vehicle audio unit
    display. Volume, treble and bass can
    be adjusted on the vehicle audio unit
    as normal.
    The vehicle audio unit buttons can
    also be used to restore playback
    from the vehicle audio unit, while the
    auxiliary device remains connected.

    E66141

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    Rear passenger controls
    With ‘RSE Off/Rear Audio Off’
    selected at the main audio unit

    REAR SEAT CONTROLS



    Pressing the ON/OFF button on
    the rear control panel will not
    affect the system. ‘DISABLED’
    appears briefly in the display and
    the rear control panel will not
    operate.

    Waveband selector

    E66142

    Where available, the way the Rear
    Seat Audio System control panel
    operates will depend on which RSE
    menu option is selected.






    Note: If the main audio unit and the
    rear control panel are tuned to radio
    reception when this button is
    pressed, ‘SHARED’ appears in the
    display to show that a shared radio
    source is being controlled through
    the main audio unit.

    Press the MENU button and use
    the up/down arrow buttons to
    select an RSE display.
    Use the left/right arrow buttons to
    select from ‘RSE On, RSE Off, RSE
    Ctrl On or RSE Ctrl Off’.
    Press the MENU button to confirm
    your selection.

    CD/AUX button


    CONTROL PANEL
    BUTTONS

    Press this button repeatedly to
    select CD playback or playback
    from an auxiliary source like a mini
    disc player.

    Note: If rear seat passengers select
    the same source as front seat
    passengers, ‘SHARED’ appears in
    the display to show that a shared CD
    source is being controlled through
    the main audio unit.

    On/Off button
    With ‘RSE On/Rear Audio On’
    selected at the main audio unit


    Press this button repeatedly to
    select from FM1, FM2, FM AST,
    AM or AM AST. The display
    indicates the selection made.

    Press the ON/OFF button on the
    Rear Seat Audio control panel to
    switch the system on or off and
    all the rear seat audio functions
    may then be controlled from the
    rear control panel.

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    Rear passenger controls
    Station preset/CD/MP3
    folder selector










    Press this button repeatedly to
    select radio stations stored on the
    preset buttons, MP3 folders or
    discs from the magazine of a CD
    changer, when fitted.
    If the rear control panel is tuned
    to radio reception, press the
    up/down arrow buttons
    repeatedly to search through and
    select stations stored on the
    preset buttons for the waveband
    selected. The display shows
    which preset is selected and the
    waveband, e.g. 1FM1, 2FM1,
    3FM1, etc.
    If CD playback from a CD changer
    is selected at the rear control
    panel, press the up/down arrow
    buttons repeatedly to search
    through and select discs in the
    magazine. The display indicates
    the selection.
    During playback from an MP3 CD,
    press the up/down arrow buttons
    repeatedly to search through and
    select from the file directories
    stored on the MP3 disc.



    Press the left/right arrow buttons
    briefly for manual tuning, in small
    increments, down or up the
    waveband selected.
    Or press and hold the left/right
    arrow buttons for automatic
    tuning. The unit will stop at the first
    station it finds in the direction you
    have chosen.

    If CD playback is selected at the rear
    control panel:




    Press the left/right arrow buttons
    briefly to select other tracks on
    the disc selected.
    Or press and hold the left/right
    arrow buttons to fast forward or
    fast reverse across the disc
    selected.

    Note: If the main audio unit and rear
    control panel are used to select the
    same source when either the Station
    preset or Seek button is pressed,
    ‘SHARED’ appears in the display to
    show that a shared audio source is
    being controlled through the main
    audio unit.

    CONTROL MODE

    Seek button

    ‘RSE Ctrl On/Control Mode
    On’

    If the rear control panel is tuned to
    radio reception:

    Selecting ‘RSE CTRL ON/CONTROL
    MODE ON’ at the main audio unit will
    enable a front passenger to use the
    main audio unit to assist rear
    passengers to select a particular
    audio source, e.g. a radio station or
    a certain CD track.

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    Rear passenger controls





    Press the MENU button and use
    the up/down arrow buttons until
    an RSE display appears.
    Press the left/right arrow buttons
    to select from ‘ RSE Ctrl On’.
    Press the MENU button to confirm
    your selection.

    ONE HOUR MODE
    If the ignition is turned off or in the
    ACC position when the radio is
    turned off, pressing the ON/OFF
    button will switch on the system, but
    it switches off automatically, after one
    hour.

    Note: In this mode, all functions are
    controlled through the main audio
    unit and, if any rear control panel
    button is pressed, ‘FRONT’ appears
    in the rear panel display.

    During this time, sound output will
    play through the vehicle’s speaker
    system, if headphones are not
    plugged in, and this output is fully
    controlled through the Rear Seat
    Audio System control panel.

    If ‘RSE Ctrl On/Control Mode On’ is
    selected, the main audio unit will
    provide playback from the audio
    source last selected in the rear
    compartment. ‘RS’ or ‘RSE’ are
    displayed on your audio unit display
    screen.

    HEADPHONES
    Volume control
    Right headphone

    ‘RSE Ctrl Off/Control Mode
    Off’



    Select ‘RSE Ctrl Off/Control Mode
    Off’ in a similar way to ‘RSE Ctrl
    On/Control Mode On’.
    With ‘RSE Ctrl Off/Control Mode Off’
    selected, the main audio unit leaves
    RSE control mode and returns to the
    audio source being played before
    ‘RSE Ctrl On/Control Mode On’ was
    selected.

    Press the right hand side + or –
    buttons repeatedly to increase or
    decrease sound output through
    headphones plugged into the
    right side socket.

    Left headphone


    The rear audio system plays the
    source that was selected last in the
    RSE control mode.

    Press the left hand side + or –
    buttons repeatedly to increase or
    decrease sound output through
    headphones plugged into the left
    side socket.

    HEADPHONE SOCKETS
    If either or both headphone sockets
    are used, audio output mutes from
    the rear compartment audio system
    speakers, and is channeled, instead,
    through the fitted headphones.

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    Rear passenger controls


    However, if the headphone sockets
    are used, audio output remains
    unaffected through the front
    compartment speakers and, in this
    way, front and rear seat passengers
    can listen to two different audio
    sources.




    For example, with ‘RSE On’ selected,
    front seat passengers can insert a
    CD into the audio unit, and then press
    the AM/FM button to listen to radio
    reception through the front
    compartment audio system
    speakers.





    At the same time, rear seat
    passengers using the rear seat audio
    system control panel, can press the
    CD/AUX button and listen to CD
    playback through their headphones.

    During radio reception, the preset
    button number, waveband and
    station frequency or station name
    are displayed.
    During CD playback, the CD track
    number and elapsed time appear.
    During playback from an MP3
    disc, MP3, the CD track number
    and elapsed time appear.
    During playback from a CD
    changer, if fitted, the disc number,
    CD track number and elapsed
    time appear.
    The display also confirms volume
    adjustments made using the + or
    – control buttons.

    If rear panel control functions are not
    available, information displays include:


    At any time, front seat passengers
    can select the CD playback or rear
    seat passengers can switch to radio
    reception, without affecting audio
    output to the other part of the
    vehicle.





    REAR PASSENGER
    CONTROL DISPLAY
    SCREEN
    When the Rear Seat Audio System is
    switched on, the rear control panel
    display shows which audio source is
    selected for rear seat passengers.

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    SHARED – This indicates the rear
    compartment audio source is
    shared with the main audio unit.
    FRONT – This shows that audio
    control is through the main audio
    unit.
    DISABLED – This shows that the
    rear seat audio system is not
    operating and cannot be switched
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    Audio system care
    AUDIO UNIT
    Cassette care
    The tape head in the cassette player
    needs to be cleaned regularly with a
    recommended ‘wet’ cleaning tape
    to maintain the best sound quality.
    Use high quality cassettes to improve
    sound performance and take good
    care of them. Avoid those that:




    are old, worn out, or spliced.
    are damaged or have a peeling
    label.
    have a total playback time
    exceeding 100 minutes. These
    use thinner tape that increases
    the chance of tangling.

    CD care
    For best possible sound quality, use
    CDs that are clean and in good
    condition.

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    Audio troubleshooting

    Audio unit display

    Rectification

    CD ERROR
    PLEASE CHECK CD

    General error message for CD fault conditions,
    such as cannot read the CD, data-CD inserted,
    etc. Also, indicates possible mechanism fault on
    single CD unit. Ensure disc is loaded correct way
    up. Clean and re-try, or replace disc with known
    music disc. If error persists contact your Ford
    dealer

    NO CD
    NO CDS
    NO CD #

    Message to indicate "No CD(s)" contained within
    the mechanism (single CD player empty, 6CD
    player or CD-changer completely empty, 6CD
    player or CD-changer selected position number
    # empty). Load a disc into CD player

    HIGH TEMP
    CD DRIVE HIGH TEMP

    Ambient temperature too hot – unit will not work
    until it has cooled down.

    SLOT FULL

    Message to indicate that a CD is already loaded
    into a selected slot location in the 6CD audio unit
    during load operation. Eject CD from selected
    slot before attempting load operation, or select
    another slot location.

    CDC FULL

    Message to indicate that CDs are already loaded
    in all 6 slot locations in the 6CD audio unit during
    a load/load all operation. Eject CD(s) from CD
    unit before attempting load/load all operation

    CDC CHECKING

    Message to indicate the radio is starting the
    CDDJ

    CDC ERROR

    General error message for a fault conditions with
    mechanism of either the 6CD player or the CDchanger. Ensure disc(s) is loaded correct way
    up. Clean and retry disc(s), or replace disc(s)
    with known music disc(s). If error persists
    contact your Ford dealer.

    NO MAGAZINE

    Message to indicate there is no magazine within
    the CD-changer. Load music disc(s) into the
    magazine and insert into the CD-changer.

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    Audio troubleshooting
    Audio unit display

    Rectification

    NO TAPE

    Message to indicate no cassette tape is
    contained within the tape mechanism. Load a
    cassette tape into the tape player

    CODE ---- #

    Message to prompt the user for the Keycode
    and indicate the number of input attempts.
    Displayed at power on after audio unit has had
    battery power supply interrupted. Enter keycode
    as described in chapter entitled Audio system
    security

    WAIT ##:##

    Message to inform the user to wait until next
    keycode entry attempt can be made. Follow
    instructions as described in chapter Audio
    system security

    TRIES #

    Message displayed when turning the audio unit
    on whilst in keycode entry mode. Indicates the
    number of incorrect input attempts. Follow
    instructions as described in chapter Audio
    system security

    LOCKED

    Message to inform user that radio security
    system has locked the radio after repeated
    incorrect keycode inputs. Contact your Ford
    dealer.

    TAPE ERROR

    General error message for tape fault conditions,
    such as faulty tape mechanism, cassette
    jammed etc. Ensure cassette tape is undamaged and reels can rotate freely, then re-try.
    Alternatively try another cassette tape. If error
    persists contact your Ford dealer

    KEYCODE....

    Display message to prompt the user for the
    keycode

    INCORRECT

    Message to inform the user that the entered
    keycode is incorrect. Follow instructions as
    described in chapter Audio system security

    DATA CD

    An incompatible CD has been inserted (for
    example not an audio CD or MP3 CD)

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    Audio troubleshooting

    CD changer display

    Rectification

    CD/CDDJ ERROR
    E5 CD DISC ERROR

    Internal fault. See your Ford Dealer.

    E2
    E3

    Clean the disc and try again.

    E4
    CDDJ OVERHEAT

    Ambient temperature too hot – unit will not work
    until it has cooled down.

    NON AUDIO CD

    CD ROM/MP3 disc inserted.

    VIN ERROR

    See your Ford Dealer.

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    Index

    A

    Compact disc track
    compression..................................31
    Except Sony CD/6CD..........................31
    Sony CD/6CD.......................................31

    Alternative frequencies..................20
    Except Sony CD/6CD..........................21
    Sony CD/6CD.......................................20

    Compact disc track scanning........31
    Except Sony CD/6CD.........................32
    Sony CD/6CD Generation 1...............32
    Sony CD/6CD Generation 2...............31

    Audio distortion reduction
    (CLIP)...............................................19
    Audio introduction.............................3
    Audio menu control.........................12
    Audio system care..........................42
    Audio system security......................6
    Audio troubleshooting....................43
    Audio unit.........................................42

    Control mode..................................39
    ‘RSE Ctrl Off/Control Mode Off’........40
    ‘RSE Ctrl On/Control Mode On’........39

    Control panel buttons....................38
    CD/AUX button....................................38
    On/Off button.......................................38
    Seek button..........................................39
    Station preset/CD/MP3 folder
    selector..............................................39
    Waveband selector.............................38

    Cassette care.......................................42
    CD care.................................................42

    Audio unit clock and date
    displays.............................................8
    Audio unit menus.............................19
    Audio unit operation........................10
    Audio unit overview...........................5
    Automatic volume control..............19
    Auto reverse....................................24
    Autostore control.............................16
    Auxiliary input (AUX IN) socket......37

    E
    Ejecting a cassette tape................24
    Ejecting compact discs..................26
    Except Sony CD/6CD.........................27
    Sony 6CD..............................................26
    Sony CD................................................26

    B

    Ejecting multiple compact discs
    .........................................................2 7

    Balance/fade control.......................10
    Bass/treble control..........................10

    Except Sony 6CD................................27
    Sony 6CD..............................................27

    C

    Ending compact disc
    playback.........................................36
    Except Sony CD/6CD.........................36
    Sony CD/6CD.......................................36

    Cassette tape playback.................24
    Cassette tape player......................24
    Cassette tape side selection........24
    Compact disc playback.................28

    Ending playback..............................24
    Entering a security code..................6
    Except Sony CD/6CD Generation
    2............................................................6
    Sony CD/6CD Generation 2................6

    CD changer playback.........................29

    Compact disc player......................25
    Compact disc selection.................29
    6006CDC..............................................29
    Sony 6CD..............................................29

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    Index

    F

    N

    Fast forward/reverse.....................30
    Fast forward.....................................24
    Fast rewind......................................24

    News broadcasts............................21
    Except Sony CD/6CD..........................21
    Sony CD/6CD Generation 1................21
    Sony CD/6CD Generation 2...............21

    H

    O

    Headphones....................................40
    Headphone sockets.......................40

    On/off control...................................10
    One hour mode...............................40

    I

    P

    Volume control.....................................40

    Important audio information............3

    Phone mute control........................10
    Priority programme type (PTY)......21

    Audio unit labels.....................................3
    Disc labels...............................................3

    PTY selection during tape or CD
    playback............................................23
    Selecting PTY.......................................23
    Selecting stations with different
    programme types............................23
    Selecting stations with the same
    programme type..............................23
    Using PTY..............................................23

    Incorrect security code....................6

    L
    Loading compact discs.................25
    6000CD.................................................25
    6006CDC..............................................25
    Sony 6CD..............................................26
    Sony CD................................................25

    R

    Loading the compact disc
    changer..........................................28
    Lost security code............................6

    Radio reception.................................4
    Advanced digital filter adjustment
    (ADFA)..................................................4

    M

    Rear passenger control display
    screen.............................................41
    Rear passenger controls...............38
    Rear seat controls..........................38
    Regional mode (REG).....................19

    MP3 display options.......................35
    Sony 6CD Generation 2 and all Sony
    CD......................................................35

    MP3 file playback............................32

    Except Sony CD/6CD Generation
    2..........................................................20
    Sony CD/6CD Generation 2..............20

    Sony 6CD Generation 2 and all Sony
    CD......................................................32

    Repeat compact disc tracks.........31
    6000.......................................................31
    6006CDC..............................................31
    Sony CD/6CD.......................................31

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    Index

    S
    Security code.....................................6
    Setting the clock and date on the
    audio unit..........................................8
    5000C, 6000CD and 6006CDC.........8
    Sony CD/6CD Generation 1.................8
    Sony CD/6CD Generation 2................9

    Shuffle/random...............................30
    6000CD.................................................30
    Sony CD/6CD.......................................30

    Station preset buttons.....................11
    Station tuning control.......................11
    Manual tuning........................................11
    Scan tuning............................................11
    Seek tuning............................................11

    T
    Track selection................................30
    Traffic information control...............17
    Activating traffic announcements......17
    Ending traffic announcements...........18
    Local or distant traffic...........................17
    Traffic announcement volume...........18

    U
    Unloading the compact disc
    changer..........................................28

    V
    Volume control.................................10

    W
    Waveband button............................15

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