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NETWORK CD RECEIVER
RCD-N7
Owners Manual
Manuel de l’Utilisateur
Manual del usuario
1.RCDN7E3_ENG_008.indd F11.RCDN7E3_ENG_008.indd F1 2010/09/03 11:11:342010/09/03 11:11:34
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Page 1 - NETWORK CD RECEIVER

NETWORK CD RECEIVERRCD-N7Owner’s ManualManuel de l’UtilisateurManual del usuario1.RCDN7E3_ENG_008.indd F11.RCDN7E3_ENG_008.indd F1 2010/09/03 11

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6ENGLISH Protection circuitThe protection circuit is be activated in the following situations:• If the speaker cable wire touches the rear panel or

Page 3 - INSTRUCTIONS

7Getting Started ConnectionsConnectionsBasic Operations Advanced Operations TroubleshootingExplanation termsInformation Specifi cations IndexENGLISH C

Page 4 - NOTAS SOBRE EL USO

8ENGLISH Connecting to a home network (LAN)• This unit lets you play via your home network (LAN) music fi les stored on a computer and music content s

Page 5 - Contents

9Getting Started ConnectionsConnectionsBasic Operations Advanced Operations TroubleshootingExplanation termsInformation Specifi cations IndexENGLISH

Page 6 - Getting started

10ENGLISH Connecting the power cordAC INPower cord (Supplied)To household power outlet(AC 120 V, 60 Hz)NOTE• Only use the supplied power cord.• Be su

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11Getting Started ConnectionsConnectionsBasic OperationsBasic Operations Advanced Operations TroubleshootingExplanation termsInformation Specifi cation

Page 8 - About the remote control

12ENGLISHButton located on both the main unit and the remote control BUTTONButton only on the main unit <BUTTON>Button only on the remote cont

Page 9 - Connections

13Getting Started ConnectionsAdvanced ConnectionsBasic OperationsBasic Operations Advanced Operations TroubleshootingExplanation termsInformation Spec

Page 10 - Connecting a TV

14ENGLISH Playing repeatedly (Repeat playback) Press [REPEAT]. Playback in the respective repeat mode starts.Single-track repeat All-track repeatRepe

Page 11 - Connecting an antenna

15Getting Started ConnectionsAdvanced ConnectionsBasic OperationsBasic Operations Advanced Operations TroubleshootingExplanation termsInformation Spec

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Page 13 - Connecting an iPod

16ENGLISH Automatically presetting FM stations (Auto preset)This unit can be preset with a total of 99, FM and AM broadcast stations. NOTEAuto preset

Page 14 - Connecting the power cord

17Getting Started ConnectionsAdvanced ConnectionsBasic OperationsBasic Operations Advanced Operations TroubleshootingExplanation termsInformation Spec

Page 15 - Basic operations

18ENGLISHNOTE• iPod nano 1G and iPod video do not have remote mode support. • DENON will accept no responsibility whatsoever for any loss of iPod data

Page 16 - S.Direct

19Getting Started ConnectionsAdvanced ConnectionsBasic OperationsBasic Operations Advanced Operations TroubleshootingExplanation termsInformation Spec

Page 17 - CD playback

20ENGLISHButton located on both the main unit and the remote control BUTTONButton only on the main unit <BUTTON>Button only on the remote cont

Page 18 - (Program playback)

21Getting Started ConnectionsAdvanced ConnectionsBasic OperationsBasic Operations Advanced Operations TroubleshootingExplanation termsInformation Spec

Page 19 - MP3 and WMA fi les playback

22ENGLISHPlaying a network audioButton located on both the main unit and the remote control BUTTONButton only on the main unit <BUTTON>Button

Page 20 - Tuner playback

23Getting Started ConnectionsAdvanced ConnectionsBasic OperationsBasic Operations Advanced Operations TroubleshootingExplanation termsInformation Spec

Page 21 - playback

24ENGLISHPlaying a network audioButton located on both the main unit and the remote control BUTTONButton only on the main unit <BUTTON>Button

Page 22 - USB memory device playback

25Getting Started ConnectionsAdvanced ConnectionsBasic OperationsBasic Operations Advanced Operations TroubleshootingExplanation termsInformation Spec

Page 23 - Network audio playback

n SAFETY PRECAUTIONSCAUTIONRISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCKDO NOT OPENCAUTION:TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVI

Page 24 - n Internet radio operation

26ENGLISHButton located on both the main unit and the remote control BUTTONButton only on the main unit <BUTTON>Button only on the remote cont

Page 25 - Listening to Napster

27Getting Started ConnectionsAdvanced OperationsAdvanced Operations TroubleshootingExplanation termsInformation Specifi cations IndexENGLISHBasic Opera

Page 26 - Listening to Pandora

28ENGLISH Setting the timer [Timer]This device can playback using the timer playback (everyday timer, once timer).• This unit's timer does n

Page 27 - Playing a network audio

29Getting Started ConnectionsBasic Operations Advanced OperationsAdvanced Operations TroubleshootingExplanation termsInformation Specifi cations IndexE

Page 28 - NETWORK CD RECEIVER RCD-N7

30ENGLISH Setting the network [Network] Connecting Wired LANWhen using this unit with the broadband router’s DHCP function enabled, this unit automat

Page 29 - Listening to AUX

31Getting Started ConnectionsBasic Operations Advanced OperationsAdvanced Operations TroubleshootingExplanation termsInformation Specifi cations IndexE

Page 30 - Favorite function

32ENGLISHSetting the network [Network] n Manual Settings1Press [MENU].Turns on the Menu settings mode and the Menu appears on the display. (vp

Page 31 - Advanced operations

33Getting Started ConnectionsBasic Operations Advanced OperationsAdvanced Operations TroubleshootingExplanation termsInformation Specifi cations IndexE

Page 32 - [BUTTON]

34ENGLISHOther Network n Network StandbySet the network function On/Off during standby.1Press [MENU].Turns on the Menu settings mode and the Menu a

Page 33 - (12-Hour Display)

35Getting Started ConnectionsBasic Operations Advanced OperationsAdvanced Operations TroubleshootingExplanation termsInformation Specifi cations IndexE

Page 34 - Connecting Wired LAN

IIn NOTE ON USE / OBSERVATIONS RELATIVES A L’UTILISATION / NOTAS SOBRE EL USOWARNINGS AVERTISSEMENTS ADVERTENCIAS• Avoid high temperatures.Allow for s

Page 35 - Connecting Wireless LAN

36ENGLISHOther functions Inputting charactersYou can change the names as desired using the “Preset Name” (vpage16), “Napster Account” (vpage21),

Page 36 - n Manual Settings

37Getting Started ConnectionsBasic Operations Advanced OperationsAdvanced Operations TroubleshootingExplanation termsInformation Specifi cations IndexE

Page 37 - Party Mode Function

38ENGLISHPart names and functionsFor buttons not explained here, see the page indicated in parentheses ( ). Front panel/&5803,$%3&$&*7

Page 38 - Other Network

39Getting Started ConnectionsBasic Operations Advanced Operations TroubleshootingExplanation termsInformationInformation Specifi cations IndexENGLISHq

Page 39 - Setting the others [Other]

40ENGLISHoQ3tewQ2iuewQ0Q1ryq n Buttons that work with CDsThe buttons listed at “Buttons that work with all input sources” can also be used.q Play/Paus

Page 40 - Other functions

41Getting Started ConnectionsBasic Operations Advanced Operations TroubleshootingExplanation termsInformationInformation Specifi cations IndexENGLISHwt

Page 41 - Last function memory

42ENGLISHouqQ0ytqerwiq Reverse-skip/Forward-skip buttons (8, 9) ·················································· (21)w Play/Pause button (1/3) ·····

Page 42 - Information

43Getting Started ConnectionsBasic Operations Advanced Operations TroubleshootingExplanation termsInformationInformation Specifi cations IndexENGLISHMP

Page 43 - Top panel

44ENGLISH USB memory device Important informationA USB memory device can be connected to the USB port of this unit to play music fi les stored on the

Page 44 - Remote control

45Getting Started ConnectionsBasic Operations Advanced Operations TroubleshootingExplanation termsInformationInformation Specifi cations IndexENGLISH

Page 45 - Part names and functions

1Getting Started ConnectionsBasic Operations Advanced Operations TroubleshootingExplanation termsInformation Specifi cations IndexENGLISHGetting Starte

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46ENGLISHExplanation termsA AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) This is a next generation standard encryption method replacing the current DES and 3DES

Page 47 - MP3 and WMA

47Getting Started ConnectionsBasic Operations Advanced Operations TroubleshootingTroubleshootingInformation Specifi cations IndexENGLISHExplanation ter

Page 48 - USB memory device

48ENGLISHGCDHSymptom Cause Countermeasure Page“Unsupported” is shown on the display even though a CD is loaded.• The disc is not properly loaded. • Re

Page 49 - Network audio

49Getting Started ConnectionsBasic Operations Advanced Operations TroubleshootingTroubleshootingExplanation termsInformation Specifi cations IndexENGLI

Page 50 - Explanation terms

50ENGLISHGPandoraHSymptom Cause Countermeasure PageCannot login to Pandora. (“Email address” or “Password” is displayed.)• Login information is incorr

Page 51 - Troubleshooting

51Getting Started ConnectionsBasic Operations Advanced Operations Explanation termsInformation Specifi cationsSpecifi cations IndexENGLISHIndexTroublesh

Page 52 - GRemote controlH

52ENGLISHIndex v AAccessories ·························································· 2AES ························································

Page 53 - Getting Started Connections

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Page 54 - GWireless LANH

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Page 55 - Specifi cations

2ENGLISHMain featuresHigh quality & high power digital amplifi erDLNA ver. 1.5 supported for Audio NetworkInternet radio by vTunerEquipped with a d

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3Getting StartedGetting Started ConnectionsBasic Operations Advanced Operations TroubleshootingExplanation termsInformation Specifi cations IndexENGLIS

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4ENGLISH About the remote controlInserting the batteriesq Remove the rear cover of the remote control.w Set two R03/AAA batteries in the battery c

Page 58 - D&M Holdings Inc

5ConnectionsConnectionsBasic Operations Advanced Operations TroubleshootingExplanation termsInformation Specifi cations IndexENGLISHGetting StartedThis

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