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Connecting External AV Components
If you connect a CD recorder or MD recorder to the
CinemaStation using commercially available optical
cables, you can record audio sources played on the
CinemaStation. Also, you can enjoy audio sources played
on the recorder with the CinemaStation. For information
on your CD recorder or MD recorder, refer to the manual
• Use a commercially available optical cable (shown below) to
connect your CD recorder or MD recorder to the
CinemaStation. To make all connections, two optical cables are
• AM/FM broadcasts cannot be output from this unit’s OPTICAL
OUT (DIGITAL AUDIO) jack. To record AM/FM broadcasts,
use a commercially available audio cable to connect the VCR
OUT jack on the CinemaStation to the analog input jack on
your recorder (see page 55).
• Do not connect the power cable of the CinemaStation until all
cable connections are completed.
• Turn off the AV component before connecting it to the
1 Remove the anti-dust caps from the
OPTICAL (DIGITAL AUDIO) jacks on the
Keep the cap to re-attach it when the jack is not in use.
2 Connect the OPTICAL OUT (DIGITAL AUDIO)
jack on the CinemaStation to the optical
digital input jack on your recorder using a
commercially available optical cable.
3 To listen to audio sources played on the
recorder with the CinemaStation, connect the
OPTICAL IN (DIGITAL AUDIO) jack on the
CinemaStation to the optical digital output
jack on your recorder using another optical
After you made all connections, connect the power cables of the CinemaStation and subwoofer.
Connecting a CD recorder or MD
CD recorder or
Connecting the Power Cables
SPEAKER IMPEDANCE: 6 MIN.
To an AC wall outlet