Sony ZS-RS70BTB

Sony ZS-RS70BTB manual

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  • ZS-RS70BTB_CED [GB] 4-470-543-13(1)
    4-470-543-13(1)
    Personal Audio System
    Operating Instructions
    ©2013 Sony Corporation Printed in China
    ZS-RS70BTB
    *
    and VOLUME +
    have a tactile dot.
    Illumination
    The illumination
    has the following two
    features.
    Indication of function change
    When switching to one of five functions, the
    center of the illumination (white) increases in
    intensity to notify the user of a function
    change. When switching to the Bluetooth
    function, both sides of the illumination are also
    lit in blue.
    Lighting effects for audio output
    Lighting effects (both sides of the illumination
    are lit in red) are created that synchronize with
    the music source. You can turn this function on
    or off as desired (See “To turn off the light sync
    function”).
    Europe Only
    Disposal of waste batteries
    (applicable in the European
    Union and other European
    countries with separate
    collection systems)
    This symbol on the battery or on the packaging
    indicates that the battery provided with this
    product shall not be treated as household waste.
    On certain batteries this symbol might be used in
    combination with a chemical symbol. The
    chemical symbols for mercury (Hg) or lead (Pb)
    are added if the battery contains more than
    0.0005% mercury or 0.004% lead. By ensuring
    these batteries are disposed of correctly, you will
    help prevent potentially negative consequences
    for the environment and human health which
    could otherwise be caused by inappropriate
    waste handling of the battery. The recycling of
    the materials will help to conserve natural
    resources.
    In case of products that for safety, performance
    or data integrity reasons require a permanent
    connection with an incorporated battery, this
    battery should be replaced by qualified service
    staff only. To ensure that the battery will be
    treated properly, hand over the product at
    end-of-life to the applicable collection point for
    the recycling of electrical and electronic
    equipment.
    For all other batteries, please view the section on
    how to remove the battery from the product
    safely. Hand the battery over to the applicable
    collection point for the recycling of waste
    batteries.
    For more detailed information about recycling of
    this product or battery, please contact your local
    Civic Office, your household waste disposal
    service or the shop where you purchased the
    product.
    Licence and Trademark Notice
    MPEG Layer-3 audio coding technology and
    patents licensed from Fraunhofer IIS and
    Thomson.
    Windows Media is either a registered
    trademark or trademark of Microsoft
    Corporation in the United States and/or other
    countries.
    This product contains technology subject to
    certain intellectual property rights of Microsoft.
    Use or distribution of this technology outside
    of this product is prohibited without the
    appropriate license(s) from Microsoft.
    The Bluetooth word mark and logos are owned
    by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such
    marks by Sony Corporation is under license.
    The N Mark is a trademark or registered
    trademark of NFC Forum, Inc. in the United
    States and in other countries.
    Android is a trademark of Google Inc.
    Other trademarks and trade names are those
    of their respective owners. In this manual,
    and
    ®
    marks are not specified.
    Basic Operations
    Before using the unit
    To turn the power on or off
    Press OPERATE
    . You can also turn on the
    power of this unit using the direct power-on
    function (below).
    In this manual, operations are mainly explained
    using the direct power-on function.
    To use the direct power-on function
    Press CD
    , USB
    , BLUETOOTH
    , RADIO
    DAB/FM
    or AUDIO IN
    while the unit is
    turned off. The power turns on with the relevant
    function selected.
    To adjust the volume
    Press VOLUME + or
    .
    The volume level of this unit is adjustable in
    steps from 0 to 31. For the 31st step, “VOL MAX” is
    displayed.
    To listen through headphones
    Connect headphones to the (headphones) jack
    .
    To reinforce the bass
    Press MEGA BASS
    .
    “MEGA BASS” lights up on the display.
    To return to normal sound, press the button
    again.
    To turn off the light sync function
    The light sync function creates lighting effects
    that synchronize with the music source. By
    default, this function is on, but you can turn it off
    as desired.
    Hold down LIGHT SYNC
    until “LIGHT SYNC
    OFF” appears on the display.
    To turn on the function, hold down the button
    again until “LIGHT SYNC ON” appears.
    Playing a music disc
    You can play the following types of discs with
    this unit.
    Audio CDs on which CD-DA tracks are recorded
    in CD-DA disc format
    CD-R/CD-RW discs on which MP3 or WMA
    audio files are recorded in ISO9660 Level 1/
    Level 2 or Joliet
    1 Press CD
    to turn on the CD function.
    2 Press PUSH OPEN/CLOSE
    , and place
    a disc in the CD compartment with the
    label side up.
    Label side up
    3 Press PUSH OPEN/CLOSE
    to close
    the CD compartment.
    (Example: when an audio CD is loaded)
    Total number of tracks
    Total playing time
    (Example: when an MP3/WMA disc is loaded)
    Total number of folders*
    * If MP3/WMA files are present only on the root
    directory (“ROOT” folder), “1FLDR” appears on
    the display.
    4 Press
    to start playback.
    Track or MP3/WMA file number
    Playing time
    When you play an MP3/WMA disc, the folder
    name*
    1
    and song title are displayed before the
    playing time*
    2
    appears.
    *
    1
    If there is no folder, “ROOT” appears on the
    display.
    *
    2
    If the playing time is longer than 100 minutes,
    “--:--” appears on the display.
    Other operations
    To Do this
    Pause playback Press
    . To return to
    playback, press the button
    again.
    Stop playback Press
    . When you press
    after playback is
    stopped, playback starts from
    the beginning of the track/
    file you were last playing
    (Resume Play).
    Cancel Resume
    Play
    Press
    twice. When you
    press
    after you cancel
    Resume Play, playback starts
    from the beginning of the
    first track/file.
    Select a folder
    on an MP3/
    WMA disc
    Press
    (Folder) + or
    .
    Select a track/
    file
    Press
    or
    . You can
    skip tracks/files one by one.
    Find a point in a
    track/file
    Hold down
    or
    during playback, and release
    the button at the desired
    point. When locating a point
    while paused, press
    to
    start playback after the
    desired point is found.
    Tip
    Resume Play is cancelled if you press
    , open
    the CD compartment or turn off the unit.
    Other operations
    To Do this
    Pause playback Press
    . To return to
    playback, press the button
    again*.
    Stop playback Press
    . When you press
    after playback is
    stopped, playback starts from
    the point where you stopped
    playback (Resume Play).
    Cancel Resume
    Play
    Press
    twice. When you
    press
    after you cancel
    Resume Play, playback starts
    from the beginning of the
    first file.
    Select a folder
    Press
    (Folder) + or
    .
    Select a file Press
    or
    . You can
    skip files one by one.
    To skip files continuously,
    hold down
    or
    and
    release the button at the
    desired track/file.
    Find a point in
    a file
    Hold down
    or
    during playback, and release
    the button at the desired
    point. When locating a point
    while paused, press
    to
    start playback after the
    desired point is found.
    Remove a USB
    device
    Hold down
    until “NO
    DEV” appears on the display,
    and then disconnect the USB
    device.
    * When playing a VBR MP3/WMA file, playback may
    restart from a different point.
    Note
    When removing a USB device, always hold down
    until “NO DEV” appears on the display. Removing
    the USB device without performing this step may
    corrupt the data on the USB device or damage the
    device itself.
    To change play modes
    Press MODE
    repeatedly while the USB device
    is stopped.
    For details, see “Selecting play mode” on the
    back page.
    Notes on the USB device
    It may take a long time before playback starts
    when:
    the folder structure is complex.
    the USB device is close to capacity.
    Do not save non-MP3/WMA files or unnecessary
    folders to a USB device that contains MP3/WMA
    files.
    During playback, folders that contain no MP3/
    WMA files are skipped.
    The audio formats supported by this unit are as
    follows:
    MP3: file extension .mp3”
    WMA: file extension .wma”
    Note that even if the file name has the correct file
    extension but the actual file was created in a
    different audio format, this unit may produce
    noise or may malfunction.
    MP3 PRO format is not supported.
    WMA files encoded in WMA DRM, WMA Lossless
    and WMA PRO formats cannot be played back.
    This unit cannot play audio files on a USB device in
    the following cases;
    when the total number of audio files in a single
    folder exceeds 999.
    when the total number of audio files on a single
    USB device exceeds 5,000.
    when the total number of folders on a single
    USB device exceeds 255 (including the “ROOT”
    folder).
    when the directory level (folder depths) exceeds
    8 (including the “ROOT” folder).
    These numbers may vary depending on the file
    and folder structure.
    Compatibility with all encoding/writing software is
    not guaranteed. If audio files on the USB device
    were originally encoded with incompatible
    software, those files may produce noise or
    interrupted sound, or may not be played back at
    all.
    Folder names and file names can be displayed
    using up to 32 characters, including quotation
    marks.
    Characters and symbols that cannot be displayed
    by the unit will appear as “_”.
    This unit conforms to version 1.0, 1.1, 2.2, 2.3 and
    2.4 of the ID3 tag format for MP3 files and the
    WMA tag format (defined by ASF (Advanced
    Systems Format) specification) for WMA files.
    When a file has the ID3 or WMA tag information,
    song title, artist name, and album name will be
    displayed. If a file does not have the tag
    information, the unit displays as follows:
    File name instead of the song title.
    “NO ARTIST” message instead of the artist
    name.
    “NO ALBUM” message instead of the album
    name.
    ID3 and WMA tag information can be displayed up
    to 32 characters.
    Recording music from a disc
    to a USB device
    You can record a whole disc (Synchro Recording)
    or a currently playing track or file (single track
    recording) to a USB device (digital music player
    or USB storage media, etc.).
    When recording from a CD, the tracks are
    recorded as MP3 files at 128 kbps. When
    recording from an MP3/WMA disc, MP3/WMA
    files are recorded with the same bit rate as the
    original MP3/WMA files.
    For compatible USB devices, see “Compatible
    USB devices” on the back page.
    1 Connect the USB device to the
    (USB)
    port
    .
    2 Place a disc you want to record in the CD
    compartment.
    To record a whole disc
    Proceed to step 3.
    To record MP3/WMA files in a specific
    folder
    Press (Folder) + or
    repeatedly to select
    the folder you want.
    To record only your favorite tracks/files
    Perform steps 1 to 5 of “Creating your own
    program (Program Play)” on the back page.
    To record a single track/file
    Select and start playback of the track/file you
    want to record.
    3 Press REC CD USB
    .
    “REC” flashes and the unit starts calculating
    the amount of free space on the USB device.
    When the calculation is finished,
    “FREE***G”/“FREE***M” (remaining storage
    space on the device, in gigabytes/megabytes),
    and then “PUSH ENT” appears on the display.
    If “LOW ***M” appears on the display, there is
    insufficient space on the device. To cancel
    recording, press
    . To continue recording
    anyway, proceed to step 4.
    4 Press ENTER
    .
    Recording starts. Do not remove the USB
    device while recording.
    Playback stops automatically when Synchro
    Recording is completed.
    Playback continues when recording of a single
    track/file is completed.
    Other operations
    To Do this
    Stop recording Press
    . An MP3/WMA file
    is created up to the point the
    recording was stopped.
    Remove a USB
    device
    Press USB
    , then hold down
    until “NO DEV” appears
    on the display, and then
    disconnect the USB device.
    Example of folder structure and
    playing order
    The playing order of the folders and files is as
    follows:
    Folder
    MP3/WMA file
    Notes on MP3/WMA discs
    When a disc is loaded, the unit reads all the files
    on that disc. During this time, “READING” is
    displayed. If there are many folders or non-MP3/
    WMA files on the disc, it may take a long time for
    play to begin or for the next MP3/WMA file to
    start to play.
    We recommend that non-MP3/WMA files or
    unnecessary folders are excluded when creating
    MP3/WMA discs.
    During playback, folders that contain no MP3/
    WMA files are skipped.
    The audio formats supported by this unit are as
    follows:
    MP3: File extension .mp3”
    WMA: File extension .wma”
    Note that even if the file name has the correct file
    extension but the actual file was created in a
    different audio format, this unit may produce
    noise or may malfunction.
    MP3 PRO format is not supported.
    WMA files encoded in WMA DRM, WMA Lossless
    and WMA PRO formats cannot be played back.
    This unit cannot play audio files on a disc in the
    following cases:
    When the total number of audio files exceeds
    511.
    When the total number of folders on a single
    disc exceeds 511.
    When the directory level (folder depths) exceeds
    9 (including the “ROOT” folder).
    Folder names and file names can be displayed
    with up to 32 characters, including quotation
    marks.
    Characters and symbols that cannot be displayed
    by the unit will appear as “_”.
    This unit conforms to version 1.0, 1.1, 2.2, 2.3 and
    2.4 of the ID3 tag format for MP3 files and the
    WMA tag format (defined by ASF (Advanced
    Systems Format) specification) for WMA files.
    When a file has the ID3 or WMA tag information,
    song title, artist name, and album name will be
    displayed. If a file does not have the tag
    information, the unit displays as follows:
    File name instead of the song title.
    “NO ARTIST” message instead of the artist
    name.
    “NO ALBUM” message instead of the album
    name.
    ID3 and WMA tag information can be displayed up
    to 32 characters.
    To change play modes
    Press MODE
    repeatedly while the disc is
    stopped.
    For details, see “Selecting play mode” on the
    back page.
    Listening to music on a USB
    device
    You can listen to audio files stored on a USB
    device (a digital music player or USB storage
    media).
    Audio files in MP3 and WMA formats* can be
    played on this unit.
    For compatible USB devices, see “Compatible
    USB devices” on the back page.
    * Files with DRM (Digital Rights Management)
    copyright protection or files downloaded from an
    online music store cannot be played on this unit. If
    you try to play one of these files, the unit plays
    the next unprotected audio file.
    1 Connect the USB device to the
    (USB)
    port
    .
    Note
    This unit cannot be used to charge USB devices.
    2 Press USB
    to turn on the USB function.
    The volume label* scrolls once, then the total
    folder number appears on the display.
    Total folder number
    * If the USB device does not have a volume label,
    “STORAGE DRIVE” scrolls.
    A volume label is a name that you can assign to
    data storage media or devices.
    3 Press
    to start playback.
    The folder name and song title are displayed,
    and then the file number and playing time
    appear.
    File number
    Playing time*
    * If the playing time is longer than 100 minutes,
    “--:--” appears on the display.
    WARNING
    To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do
    not expose this apparatus to rain or moisture.
    To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not
    expose this apparatus to dripping or splashing,
    and do not place objects filled with liquids, such
    as vases, on the apparatus.
    As the main plug is used to disconnect the unit
    from the mains, connect the unit to an easily
    accessible AC outlet. Should you notice an
    abnormality in the unit, disconnect the main plug
    from the AC outlet immediately.
    The unit is not disconnected from the AC power
    source (mains) as long as it is connected to the
    wall outlet, even if the unit itself has been turned
    off.
    Do not install the appliance in a confined space,
    such as a bookcase or built-in cabinet.
    Excessive sound pressure from earphones and
    headphones can cause hearing loss.
    Do not expose the batteries (battery pack or
    batteries installed) to excessive heat such as
    sunshine, fire or the like for a long time.
    The nameplate is located on the bottom exterior.
    Notice for customers: the
    following information is only
    applicable to equipment sold
    in countries applying EU
    directives
    This product has been manufactured by or on
    behalf of Sony Corporation, 1-7-1 Konan
    Minato-ku Tokyo, 108-0075 Japan. Inquiries
    related to product compliance based on
    European Union legislation shall be addressed to
    the authorized representative, Sony Deutschland
    GmbH, Hedelfinger Strasse 61, 70327 Stuttgart,
    Germany. For any service or guarantee matters,
    please refer to the addresses provided in the
    separate service or guarantee documents.
    Disposal of Old Electrical &
    Electronic Equipment
    (Applicable in the European
    Union and other European
    countries with separate
    collection systems)
    This symbol on the product or on its packaging
    indicates that this product shall not be treated as
    household waste. Instead it shall be handed over
    to the applicable collection point for the
    recycling of electrical and electronic equipment.
    By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly,
    you will help prevent potential negative
    consequences for the environment and human
    health, which could otherwise be caused by
    inappropriate waste handling of this product. The
    recycling of materials will help to conserve
    natural resources. For more detailed information
    about recycling of this product, please contact
    your local Civic Office, your household waste
    disposal service or the shop where you
    purchased the product.
    Power Sources
    To erase audio files or folders from the
    USB device
    1 Select the audio file or folder you want to
    erase.
    Press
    or
    to select an audio file.
    Press
    (Folder) + or
    to select a folder.
    2 Press ERASE
    .
    “ERASE?” appears on the display.
    3 Press ENTER
    .
    “TRACK ERASE?” or “FOLDER ERASE?” appears
    on the display.
    4 Press ENTER
    .
    The selected audio file or folder is erased, and
    “COMPLETE” appears on the display.
    Folder and file generation rules
    When first recording to a USB device, a “MUSIC”
    folder is created directly below the “ROOT.
    Folders and files are generated within any of the
    transfer mode-oriented folders as follows.
    Synchro Recording*
    1
    Recording
    source
    Folder name File name
    MP3/WMA Same as the recording source*
    2
    CD-DA “FLDR001”*
    3
    “TRACK001”*
    4
    Single track recording
    Recording
    source
    Folder name File name
    MP3/WMA
    “REC1”*
    5
    Same as the
    recording
    source*
    2
    CD-DA “TRACK001”*
    4
    *
    1
    Recording a whole disc, MP3/WMA files in a
    specific folder and only your favorite tracks/files
    (Program play)
    *
    2
    A folder name of up to 32 characters can be
    assigned.
    *
    3
    Folder names are assigned in sequential order up
    to a maximum of 255 (including the “ROOT” and
    “MUSIC” folders).
    *
    4
    File names are assigned in sequential order.
    *
    5
    A new file is recorded to the “REC1” folder each
    time single track recording is performed.
    Notes
    If you start recording in shuffle play or repeat play
    mode, the selected play mode is automatically
    changed to normal play.
    Do not remove the USB device during recording or
    erase operations. Doing so may corrupt the data
    on the device or damage the device itself.
    While recording from an MP3/WMA disc, no sound
    is output and “HI-SPEED” appears on the display.
    CD-TEXT information is not transferred in the
    created MP3 files.
    Recording stops automatically if:
    the USB device runs out of space during
    recording.
    the number of audio files and folders on the
    USB device reaches the limit that the unit can
    recognize.
    the function is changed.
    If a folder or file that you are trying to record has
    the same name as folder or file already existing on
    the USB device, a sequential number is added
    after the name without overwriting the original
    folder or file.
    You cannot erase MP3/WMA folders during
    playback or pause.
    Non-MP3/WMA format files or sub folders in the
    folder to be erased are not erased.
    Radio sound cannot be recorded to a USB device.
    Note on copyright-protected content
    The recorded music is limited to private use only.
    Use of the music beyond this limit requires
    permission from the copyright holders.
    Making a wireless connection
    with Bluetooth devices
    You can enjoy music wirelessly via the Bluetooth
    function built in to your devices.
    Choose one of the following three connection
    methods best suited for the Bluetooth device.
    For details on how to operate your device, refer
    to the operating instructions supplied with the
    device.
    Pairing with a Bluetooth device:
    see
    Pattern A
    Bluetooth devices need to be “paired” with each
    other beforehand.
    Connecting with a paired device:
    see
    Pattern B
    To listen to music with a Bluetooth device that
    has been paired, see this pattern.
    One touch connection with a smartphone
    (NFC):
    see
    Pattern C
    Using an NFC-compatible smartphone, you can
    establish a Bluetooth connection by just
    touching the unit with it.
    Check the following before operating the unit.
    Both the unit and the device are placed within
    1 m of each other.
    The unit is connected to the AC power cord, or
    the OPR/BATT indicator is lit.
    The operating instructions supplied with the
    device are at hand.
    Pattern A
    Pairing and connecting with a
    Bluetooth device
    1
    Press BLUETOOTH
    to turn on the
    Bluetooth function.
    2 Turn on the Bluetooth function of the
    Bluetooth device.
    For details, refer to the operating instructions
    supplied with the device.
    If no devices have been paired, such as when
    you press BLUETOOTH
    for the first time
    after you purchase the unit, the unit
    automatically enters pairing mode, and the
    Bluetooth indicator (
    ) and “PAIRING” on the
    display flash. In this case, proceed to step 4.
    3 Hold down BLUETOOTH-PAIRING
    until
    two beeps are heard.
    The unit enters pairing mode, and the
    Bluetooth indicator
    ( ) and “PAIRING” on the
    display flash.
    4 Perform the pairing procedure on the
    Bluetooth device to detect the unit.
    5 Select “SONY:ZS-RS70BT/BTB” shown on
    the display of the Bluetooth device.
    If “SONY:ZS-RS70BT/BTB” does not appear on
    the device’s display, repeat from step 2.
    Note
    Some devices cannot display a list of detected
    devices.
    6 If Passcode* input is required on the
    display of the Bluetooth device, input
    “0000.
    The Bluetooth connection is established.
    “BTAUDIO” appears on the display.
    * “Passcode” may be referred to as “Passkey,
    “PIN code, “PIN number,” or “Password.
    Tip
    To pair with other Bluetooth devices, repeat steps 2
    to 6 for each device.
    Notes
    Pairing mode of the unit is cancelled after about
    5minutes, and the Bluetooth indicator ( ) flashes.
    If pairing mode is cancelled while performing this
    procedure, start over from step 3.
    The passcode of the unit is fixed as “0000.” The
    unit cannot be paired with a Bluetooth device
    whose Passcode is not “0000.
    Once Bluetooth devices are paired, there is no
    need to pair those devices again. However, in the
    following case, you will need to perform the
    pairing procedure again.
    The unit is paired with 10 or more devices.
    The unit can be paired with up to 9 Bluetooth
    devices. If a new device is paired after 9 devices
    have been paired, the device whose latest
    connection time is the oldest among the 9
    paired devices is replaced with the new one.
    More than one device can be paired with the unit,
    but sound will be heard from just one of those
    devices.
    Connect the AC power cord
    , or insert six R14 (size C) batteries (not supplied) into the battery
    compartment
    .
    To AC IN
    To a wall outlet
    AC power cord
    (supplied)
    Notes
    Replace the batteries when the OPR/BATT indicator
    dims, or when the unit becomes inoperable. Replace all
    of the batteries with new ones. Before you replace the batteries, be sure to remove any CD and disconnect any
    USB devices or optional components from the unit.
    To use the unit on batteries, disconnect the AC power cord from the unit and the wall outlet.
    To use the power-management function
    This unit is equipped with an automatic standby function. With this function, the unit enters standby
    mode automatically after about 15 minutes if there is no operation or audio signal output.
    To turn standby mode on or off, press DISPLAY
    while holding down
    . Each time you press the
    buttons,AUTO STANDBY ON” or AUTO STANDBY OFF” appears on the display.
    Notes
    The displayed content starts flashing on the display about 2 minutes before entering standby mode.
    In standby mode with the AC power cord connected, “STANDBY” appears on the display.
    The automatic standby function is not available with the FM function.
    Pattern B
    Connecting with a paired Bluetooth
    device
    1
    Press BLUETOOTH
    to turn on the
    Bluetooth function.
    2 Turn on the Bluetooth function of the
    Bluetooth device.
    Tip
    In the case of the last-connected Bluetooth
    device, the unit tries to re-establish a Bluetooth
    connection with it if the device’s Bluetooth
    function is on. When a Bluetooth connection is
    established, the Bluetooth indicator (
    ) on the
    display stays on.
    3 Select “SONY:ZS-RS70BT/BTB” shown in
    the display of the Bluetooth device.
    If necessary, select Bluetooth profile A2DP,
    which the unit supports. For details on the
    profile, see “What is Bluetooth Wireless
    Technology?”
    The Bluetooth connection is established and
    “BTAUDIO” appears on the display.
    Notes
    This step may not be necessary for some
    devices.
    If the unit cannot connect to the Bluetooth
    device, delete “SONY:ZS-RS70BT/BTB” from the
    Bluetooth device, then perform pairing again.
    Bluetooth standby mode
    Bluetooth standby mode makes the unit turn on
    and switch to the Bluetooth function
    automatically when you try to make a Bluetooth
    connection with a Bluetooth device (only when
    the AC power cord is connected).
    Hold down OPERATE
    until “BT STANDBY ON”
    appears on the display. The unit is turned off and
    enters Bluetooth standby mode.
    To cancel the mode, repeat the procedure until
    “BT STANDBY OFF” appears. The unit is turned off
    and enters standby mode.
    Pattern C
    Connecting with a smartphone by
    One touch (NFC)
    By just touching the unit with an NFC-compatible
    smartphone, the unit is turned on and switched
    to the Bluetooth function automatically and then
    paired and connected to the smartphone.
    Compatible smartphones
    Smartphones with the NFC function built-in
    (OS: Android 2.3.3 or later, excluding Android 3.x)
    About NFC
    NFC (Near Field Communication) is a technology
    enabling short-range wireless communication
    between various devices, such as mobile phones
    and IC tags. Thanks to the NFC function, data
    communication can be achieved easily just by
    touching the relevant symbol or designated
    location on NFC compatible devices.
    1 Turn on the NFC function of the
    smartphone.
    For details, refer to the operating instructions
    supplied with the smartphone.
    If your smartphone OS is Android 2.3.3
    or later, but earlier than Android 4.1
    Proceed to step 2.
    If your smartphone OS is Android 4.1
    or later
    Proceed to step 4.
    2 Download and install the app “NFC Easy
    Connect” on the smartphone.
    “NFC Easy Connect” is an original app by Sony
    for Android phones, and is available at the
    Google Play Store.
    Search for “NFC Easy Connect” or scan the
    following two-dimensional code to download
    and install the free app. Communication fees
    are required to download the app.
    The App may not be available in some
    countries and/or regions.
    Tip
    For some smartphones, One-touch connection
    may be available without downloading the app
    “NFC Easy Connect. In that case, the operation
    and specifications may be different from the
    description here. For details, refer to the
    operating instructions supplied with the
    smartphone.
    For the two-dimensional code:
    Use a two-dimensional code reader app.
    3 Start the app “NFC Easy Connect” on the
    smartphone.
    Make sure that the application screen is
    displayed.
    4 Touch the unit with the smartphone.
    Keep touching the smartphone to the N mark
    on the unit until the smartphone responds.
    Note
    If your smartphone screen is locked, the
    smartphone will not function. Release the lock,
    then touch the smartphone to the N mark
    again.
    Smartphone responds
    (unit recognized)
    Follow the on-screen instructions to establish
    the connection.
    When the Bluetooth connection is established,
    “BTAUDIO” appears on the display.
    Tips
    If it is difficult to establish the connection, try
    the following.
    Activate the app “NFC Easy Connect” and
    move the smartphone slightly across the N
    mark on the unit.
    If the smartphone is in a case, remove it.
    Touch the unit with the smartphone again to
    disconnect.
    If you have multiple NFC-compatible devices,
    just touch the smartphone to a different device
    to switch the connection to that device. For
    example, when your smartphone is connected
    with NFC-compatible headphones, just touch
    the smartphone to the unit to change the
    Bluetooth connection to the unit (One-touch
    connection switching).
    Listening to music on a
    Bluetooth device wirelessly
    Operations may vary depending on the
    Bluetooth device. Refer also to the operating
    instructions supplied with your Bluetooth device.
    1 Make the Bluetooth connection between
    the unit and the device.
    For details on the Bluetooth connection
    procedure, see “Making a wireless connection
    with Bluetooth devices.” When the Bluetooth
    connection is established, the Bluetooth
    indicator (
    ) on the display stays on.
    2 Start playback on the Bluetooth device,
    then adjust the volume.
    Set the volume of the Bluetooth device to a
    moderate level, and press VOLUME or +
    on the unit.
    After use
    Do any of the following.
    Turn off the Bluetooth function of the
    Bluetooth device. For details, refer to the
    operating instructions supplied with the
    device.
    Turn off the Bluetooth device.
    Change the function of the unit.
    Turn off the unit.
    Touch the unit with the smartphone again to
    disconnect (NFC-compatible smartphones
    only).
    To clear the paired device information
    stored in the unit
    1 Press BLUETOOTH
    to turn on the
    Bluetooth function.
    2 Hold down ERASE
    until “BT RESET”
    appears on the display.
    3 Press ENTER
    to reset and clear the
    paired device information.
    When the paired device information is cleared,
    “COMPLETE” appears on the display.
    To cancel the reset operation, press
    before pressing ENTER
    .
    Listening to the radio
    1 Press RADIO DAB/FM
    repeatedly to
    select the band “DAB” or “FM.
    Reception of DAB/DAB+ radio
    station
    When you press RADIO DAB/FM
    for the
    first time after you purchase the unit, DAB
    auto tune starts automatically and creates
    a list of available services. During DAB auto
    tune, the progress indicator flashes on the
    display. Do not press any buttons during
    DAB auto tune. Scanning will be
    interrupted and the service list may not be
    created properly.
    2 Perform tuning.
    For tuning to a DAB/DAB+ station
    Press TUNE + or
    repeatedly to tune to the
    desired station.
    “SC” flashes on the display when the selected
    primary station has a secondary service. Press
    TUNE + or
    to tune to the secondary
    service. “SC” lights up when a secondary
    service is received.
    For tuning to an FM station
    Hold down TUNE + or
    until the frequency
    digits begin to change on the display.
    The unit automatically scans the radio
    frequencies and stops when it finds a clear
    station.
    If you cannot tune to a station using
    automatic tuning mode, press TUNE + or
    repeatedly to change the frequency step by
    step.
    When an FM stereo broadcast is received, “ST”
    lights up on the display.
    Notes on DAB/DAB+ stations
    When tuning to a DAB/DAB+ station, it may take a
    few seconds before you hear any sound.
    Primary service is automatically received when
    secondary service ends.
    This tuner does not support data services.
    If the stereo FM reception is noisy
    Press MODE
    repeatedly until “MONO” appears
    on the display.
    You will lose the stereo effect, but the broadcast
    will improve.
    To make low sounds clear for DAB/DAB+
    reception
    The DRC (Dynamic range control) function makes
    low sounds clear even when you turn the volume
    down.
    Check that the DAB/DAB+ station you are
    listening to conforms to DRC.
    1 Hold down MODE
    until “DRC” appears
    on the display.
    2 Press TUNE + or
    to select “2, “1”
    (default setting) or “0.5.
    To turn the DRC function off, select “0.
    3 Press ENTER
    .
    To run the DAB auto tune manually
    If you have moved to another area, perform the
    DAB auto tune manually and re-register the
    contents of broadcasts.
    Hold down RADIO DAB/FM-SCAN until
    “INITIAL and “SCAN?” appears alternately on the
    display.
    Scanning begins. Depending on the DAB/DAB+
    services available in your area, scanning may
    take a few minutes.
    Progress indicator
    When scanning is complete, a list of available
    services is created.
    Notes
    If your country or region does not support DAB/
    DAB+ broadcasts, “NOSIGNAL appears on the
    display.
    The currently stored list of available services will
    be cleared once the DAB auto tune process has
    started.
    To improve radio reception
    Reorient the antenna to improve reception.
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Sony ZS-RS70BTB specifications

General
Brand Sony
Model ZS-RS70BTB
Product Radio
EAN 4905524933567, 4905524933635
Language English
Filetype PDF
Radio
Tuner type Digital
Supported radio bands AM, DAB, FM
Preset stations quantity 30
Optical drive
Optical drive type Player
Disc types supported CD, CD-R, CD-RW
Cassette
Cassette deck
Loudspeakers
RMS rated power 4.6
Display
Display type LCD
Features
MP3 playback
Product colour Black
Bass reflex
FM radio
Power
Battery life 9
Power source AC
AC input voltage 230
AC input frequency 50
Power consumption (typical) 16
Ports & interfaces
Headphone connectivity 3.5 mm
Headphone out
USB 2.0 ports quantity 1
AUX in
Bluetooth
Weight & dimensions
Width 380mm
Depth 235mm
Height 158mm
Weight 3300
Packaging content
Manual
Cables included AC

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