Sony MDR-NC200D manual

Sony MDR-NC200D
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manualSony MDR-NC200D
MDR-NC200D [US, LaES] 4-283-466-12 (1)

MDR-NC200D

4-283-466-12 (1)©2011 Sony Corporation Printed in Malaysia

Noise Canceling

Headphones

Operating InstructionsManual de instrucciones

Installing a battery

1 Adjust the le housing as illustrated.

2 Push the PUSH OPEN button to open the battery lid.

PUSH OPEN button

3 Insert one LR03 (size AAA) battery with end rst.

4 Close the battery lid.

Battery lifeBattery Approx. hours*
1
Sony alkaline battery LR03 SIZE AAA22 hours
*
2
*
1
1 kHz, 0.1 mW + 0.1 mW output
*
2
Time stated above may vary, depending on the temperature or conditions of
use.
Note
e supplied battery was included in the package during manufacturing (as a convenience to the user), it is possible that the battery life may be depleted by the time of purchase. e actual life of the supplied battery may be shorter than the standard time described in this manual when using a fresh battery.When the battery is lowReplace the battery with a new one when the POWER indicator blinks or lights o. Push the PUSH OPEN button to open the battery lid and remove the battery in the direction as illustrated.PUSH OPEN buttonYou can use the headphones even without turning on the power. In this case, the noise canceling function, Digital Equalizer and S-Master are not active, and the headphones operate as passive headphones.

Listening to the music

1 Connect the headphones to the AV equipment.

Plug adaptor (supplied)When connecting to dual or stereo mini jacks of in-ight music services.To headphone jacks on airplane seatsWhen connecting to the stereo mini jack of a WALKMAN*, etc.Connecting cord (supplied)* “WALKMAN” and “WALKMAN” logo are registered trademarks of Sony Corporation.NotesWhen connecting the cord, insert the plug into the jack until the green portion of the plug disappears.To disconnect the cord, pull it out by the plug, not the cord, as the inner conductors may break.

2 Turn on the power of the headphones.

e POWER indicator lights up in green. When power is turned on, ambient noise is reduced, and you can listen to music more clearly at a lower volume.
POWER
POWER switchPOWER indicator

3 Wear the headphones marked on your right ear and the

one marked ( has a tactile dot for ease of use.) on your le ear.Tactile dot (on the left)NotesAdjust the earpads so that they cover your ears, otherwise noise canceling will not function properly.Do not cover the microphone of the headphones with your hands. e noise canceling function may not work properly.MicrophoneAer you turn on the power of the headphones, you may hear a slight hiss. is is the operating sound of the noise canceling function, not a malfunction.Because the headphones are of a high density enclosure, forcing them against your ears may result in eardrum damage. Avoid using the headphones where they are liable to be struck by people or other objects, such as a ball, etc. Pressing the headphones against your ears may produce a diaphragm click sound. is is not a malfunction.

4 Turn on the power of the AV equipment.

Notes on using on the airplanee supplied plug adaptor can be connected to the dual or stereo mini jacks of in-ight music services.dual jacks stereo mini jacksDo not use the headphones when use of electronic equipment is prohibited or when use of personal headphones for in-ight music services is prohibited.
EnglishNoise Canceling Headphones

WARNING

To reduce the risk of re or electric shock, do not expose this apparatus to rain or moisture.To reduce the risk of electrical shock, do not open the cabinet. Refer servicing to qualied personnel only.e validity of the CE marking is restricted to only those countries where it is legally enforced, mainly in the countries EEA (European Economic Area).is device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.The following FCC statement applies only to the version of this model manufactured for sale in the USA. Other versions may not comply with FCC technical regulations.
NOTE
is equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. ese limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. is equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment o and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit dierent from that to which the receiver is connected.Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.You are cautioned that any changes or modications not expressly approved in this manual could void your authority to operate this equipment.

Features

Digital noise canceling headphones with Sony’s unique DNC Soware Engine.Creation of a high-precision canceling signal delivers outstanding noise canceling performance.AI (Articial Intelligence) Noise Canceling function. Select AI NC button for optimal noise canceling mode based on intelligent analysis of the environmental ambient noise.Digital Equalizer and full digital S-Master amplier delivers ideal frequency response and high-quality music reproduction.Large 40 mm dynamic type driver units deliver a wide frequency range and broad dynamic range.Pressure relieving urethane cushion in the earpad.e earpad structure provides comfort without stress even aer extended use.Lightweight design creates extremely comfortable wearing t.Foldable, at-storage design for easy portability.Built-in monitor function to hear surrounding sound without taking o the headphones.Able to use as a regular headphones even when the POWER switch is set to “OFF”.Supplied plug adaptor for easy connectivity to stereo or dual jack for in-ight music services.

Utilizing the AI Noise Canceling

AI Noise CancelingAI Noise Canceling is a useful function that automatically selects one of the noise canceling modes. is function provides the most eective noise canceling mode by immediately analyzing ambient sound components when the AI NC button is pressed.Press the AI NC button.When you press the AI NC button and the POWER switch is set to “ON”, beep sounds come from the headphones to inform you that the unit has started analyzing ambient sound components (approx. 3 seconds).During analysis, sound reproduction from the unit is stopped and the POWER indicator blinks.When analysis is completed, the most eective noise canceling mode is set automatically, and sound reproduction from the headphones starts.POWER indicatorAI NC buttonNoise canceling mode typesNC Mode A: Noise mainly in an airplane is eectively reduced.NC Mode B: Noise mainly in a bus or a train is eectively reduced.NC Mode C: Noise mainly found in an oce environment (PC, copier, air ventilation, etc.) is eectively reduced.TipsWhen the power of the headphones is turned on, NC Mode A is set. (See “Noise canceling mode types” for details about NC Mode A.)Press the AI NC button again to reset the noise canceling mode if ambient noise has changed, such as when you move outdoors from a room.

Hearing environment sound

for safety

Press the MONITOR button while the POWER switch is set to “ON”, playback silences, and you can hear the surrounding environment.To cancel this function, press the MONITOR button again.MONITOR button

Beep sound and indicator

status

Status/Function Beep sound IndicatorPower o No beep Lights oPower on Beep once Lights onAI NC Beep twice Blinks twiceMONITOR Beep once Blinks slowlyLow battery Long beep
(2 seconds)Blinks quickly (30 seconds)

After use

Turn o the power of the headphones and the AV equipment.

Folding the headphones

Flat storageRotate the housings to make them at for easy storage in the seat pocket.Restore to their usual position before using.Putting the headphones in the carrying caseFold the headphones as illustrated before putting them in the carrying case (supplied).

Precautions

e headphones contain a noise canceling circuit.What is noise canceling?e noise canceling circuit actually senses outside noise with built-in microphones and sends an equal-but-opposite canceling signal to the headphones.e noise canceling eect may not be pronounced in a very quiet environment, or some noise may be heard.e noise canceling eect may vary depending on how you wear the headphones.e noise canceling function works for noise in the low frequency band primarily. Although noise is reduced, it is not canceled completely.When you use the headphones in a train or a car, noise may occur depending on street conditions.Mobile phones may cause interference and noise. Should this occur, locate the headphones further away from the mobile phone.Notes on usageClean the headphones with a so dry cloth.Do not leave the plug dirty otherwise the sound may be distorted.Be sure to consult a Sony dealer when the earpads become dirty or damaged, or when the headphones require repair work.Do not leave the stereo headphones in a location subject to direct sunlight, heat or moisture.Do not subject the headphones to excessive shock.Handle the driver units carefully.If you feel drowsy or sick while using these headphones, stop use immediately.Notes on headphonesPreventing hearing damageAvoid using headphones at high volume. Hearing experts advise against continuous, loud and extended play. If you experience a ringing in your ears, reduce the volume or discontinue use.Do not use headphones while driving and cycling, etc.As headphones reduce outside sounds, they may cause a trac accident. Also, avoid listening with your headphones in situations where hearing must not be impaired, for example, a railroad crossing, a construction site, etc.Note on static electricityIn particularly dry air conditions, noise or sound skipping may occur, or mild tingling may be felt on your ears. is is a result of static electricity accumulated in the body, and not a malfunction of the headphones.e eect can be minimized by wearing clothes made from natural materials.If you have any questions or problems concerning the system that are not covered in this manual, please consult the nearest Sony dealer.

Troubleshooting

No soundReplace the battery. You can use the headphones even without turning on the power. In this case, the noise canceling function, Digital Equalizer and S-Master are not active, and the headphones operate as passive headphones.Check the connection of the headphones and the AV equipment.Check that the connected AV equipment is turned on.Turn up the volume of the connected AV equipment.Check if the MONITOR function is on (the indicator blinks slowly). Press the MONITOR button to turn it o.The noise canceling eect is not suciente noise canceling function is eective in low frequency ranges such as airplanes, trains, or oces (near air-conditioning, etc.) and is not as eective for higher frequencies, such as human voices.Turn on the headphones.Distorted soundTurn down the volume of the connected AV equipment.Power does not turn onCheck if the battery has expired (the POWER indicator lights o). Replace the battery with a new one.No operation worksSet the POWER switch of the headphones to “OFF”, conrm the connections, and then set the POWER switch back to “ON”.

Specications

GeneralType Dynamic, closedDriver units 40 mm, dome type (CCAW adopted)Power handling capacity 50 mWImpedance 68 at 1 kHz (when the power is on) 35 at 1 kHz (when the power is o)Sensitivity 103 dB/mW (when the power is on) 102 dB/mW (when the power is o)Frequency response 8 Hz – 23,000 HzTotal Noise Suppression Ratio*
1
Approx. 17.5 dB*
2
Power source DC 1.5 V, 1 LR03 (size AAA) battery Mass Approx. 180 g (6.4 oz)Included itemsHeadphones (1)Plug adaptor for in-ight use*
3
(single/dual) (1)Connecting cord (1.5 m, gold plated L type stereo mini plug) (1)Carrying case (1)Sony LR03 (size AAA) battery (1)Operating Instructions (1)Warranty card (1)
*
1
Under the Sony measurement standard.
*
2
Equivalent to approx. 98.2% reduction of energy of sound compared with not wearing headphones.
*
3
May not be compatible with some in-ight music services.Design and specications are subject to change without notice.

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Sony MDR-NC200D specifications

Below you will find the product specifications and the manual specifications of the Sony MDR-NC200D.

General
Brand Sony
Model MDR-NC200D
Product Headphone
EAN 4905524760002, 3610170524083, 0027242822818, 0999996676187
Language English
Filetype manual_type_manual (PDF)
Headphones
Headphone sensitivity 103 dB
Impedance 68 Ω
Driver unit 40 mm
Magnet type Neodymium
Acoustic system Closed
Driver type Dynamic
Maximum input power 50 mW
Headphone frequency 8 - 23000 Hz
Ear coupling Supraaural
Battery
Battery type AAA
Number of batteries supported 1
Performance
Cable length 1.5 m
Product colour Black
Foldable
Wearing style Head-band
Product type Headphones
Other features
Airplane plug
Ports & interfaces
Connector contacts plating Gold
Connectivity technology Wired
3.5 mm connector
Weight & dimensions
Weight 180 g
Microphone
Noise-canceling
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