Inputs and Outputs Notes
D.I.N.A. Amplifier Technology:
The NSX-D70 features a Dynamic Integrated Neo Amplifier (D.I.N.A.), which uses a
high-output transistor to achieve high power equally over the output frequency
range. With this technology, you can enjoy very clear sound from shaking heavy
bass to the high clear voice of a female singer.
ECO Mode: To reduce the power
consumption, you can activate an ECO power mode. This power economizing mode can
be turned on or off. When the ECO mode is activated and the power is shut off,
all indications of the display window including the clock are turned off. When
power turns on by timer recording, the display window brightness is set to the
dimmest setting. The display window brightens only when the unit is being
operated. When the unit has not
been operated for 10 seconds, the display dims to the level set by the Dimmer
Mode. The ECO mode reduces the standby power consumption from 25 watts to 0.5
Volume Level: The volume level
can be adjusted from 0 (minimum) to 40 (maximum). The volume level setting is
retained during power off/standby. If the unit is turned off with the volume set
to a high level (a setting of 27 or higher), the unit will automatically turn
down the volume setting to 26 the next time the unit is turned on.
Spectrum Analyzer Display: You
can choose one of the following spectrum analyzer display settings:
- Normal: displays the
fluctuation from low frequencies to high ones
- Bass: displays the
fluctuation of low frequencies only
- Level: displays the
fluctuation of the average of all the frequencies
Graphic Equalizer: You can
select one of the following sound equalization curves to match the music type:
- Rock: powerful sound
emphasizing treble and bass
- Pop: more presence in the
vocals and midrange
- Jazz: accented lower
frequencies for jazz-type music
- User: allows you to adjust
the bass, midrange, and treble settings. After they have been adjusted, you
can store the settings as a customized equalization curve.
Clock: You can display the time
in a 12-hour or 24-hour mode. The display will flash after a power interruption
to remind you to reset the time.
Sleep Timer: This unit offers a
sleep timer that will automatically shut itself off after a preset time. You can
set the timer from between 5 minutes and 240 minutes in 5 minute increments.
Timer Playback: You can set the
unit to start playback of the CD, tape, tuner, or a unit connected to the
Auxiliary Input (external timer needed on auxiliary unit). You can also set the
turn on volume and the duration of play time.
Timer Recording: You can set
the timer to start recording the tuner or a unit connected to the Auxiliary
Input (external timer needed on auxiliary unit). You can also set the volume and
duration of recording time. You cannot perform a timer recording on the internal
Display Brightness: The display
can be set to one of 4 positions: Dimmer Off (brightest setting), Dimmer 1,
Dimmer 2, or Dimmer 3 (darkest setting--button lamps go off).
Disc Compatibility: This unit
can playback 5" or 3" discs, and is compatible with finalized audio
CD-R and CD-RW discs.
Tape Counter: The tape player
has a 4-digit tape counter. You can reset the counter to 0000 by pressing the
stop button in stop mode.
AI Edit Recording: The NSX-D70
uses AI (Artificial Intelligence) Edit Recording, which takes the length of the
tape into account and rearranges the recording order of the CD tracks if
necessary, so that no track is cut short at the end of the tape.
Programmed Edit Recording: As
you program the CD tracks to record, Programmed Edit Recording displays the
remaining recording time for each side of the tape, so you can easily select a
set of desired tracks within the length of the tape.
Inputs and Outputs
Auxiliary Input: This unit has
left and right RCA line level inputs to allow you to connect an auxiliary unit
such as a TV, VCR, MiniDisc player, etc. You can change the input name in the
display from "Aux" to "Video" to "TV."
Headphone Output: There is a
stereo mini-jack headphone output on the front panel. The speaker output is
muted when headphones are plugged in.
Speaker Outputs: The speaker
outputs are locking clips, which can accept bare wires and pin connectors.
- 140 watts per channel (1 kHz, 10%
THD, 6 ohms)
- 112 watts per channel (40-20kHz,
less than 1% THD, 6 ohms)
Total Harmonic Distortion (THD): 0.08%
(56 watts, 1 kHz, 6 ohms, DIN audio)
Minimum Impedance (Speaker
Outputs): 6 ohms
- Component Block: 18 pounds
- Speakers: 9 pounds 15 ounces
- Component Block: W=10.246",
- Speakers: W=9.841", H=12.75",