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CONTENTS

CAUTION 112
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ASSEMBLING THE TUHNTABLE AND TONEARM 4
MOUNTING THE CARTRIDGE . . . 5 OWNER'S MANUAL
MOUNTING THE HEADSHELL, . . 5
ADJUSTING TONEARM BALANCE 6
ADJUSTING CARTRIDGE STYLUS TRACKING FORCE 6 IMPORTANT!
ADJUSTING THE ANTI-SKATI NG 7 Please record the serial number of your unit in the space below:
STYLUS HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT 7 Model : P-22O
MOUNTING THE DUST COVER 7
CONNECTIONS TO YOUR AMPLIFIER . 8 Serial No. : 2,?-Ca t-{ L
USING THE CUEING SWITCH o The serial number is located on the yg61 of the cabinet.
PLAYING RECORDS I Retain this Owner's Manual in a safs pl6sg for future reference.
TROUBLESHOOTING . 10 WARN!NG
SPECIFICATIONS .. . 11
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose this appliance to rain or mOisture
CAUTION (PREPARED IN ACCORDANCE WITH UL STANDARD 1270}

1 Read lnstructions - All the safety and operating Ventilation - The appliance should be situated so thal 1 3 Nonuse Periods - The power cord of the appliance
instructions should be read before the appliance is operated. its iocation or position does not interfere with its proper should be unplugged from the outlet when left unused for a
ventilation. For example, the appliance should not be long period of time.
situated on a bed, sofa, rug, or similar surface that may
block the ventilation openings; or placed in a built-in installa-
d B"tuin lnstructions - The safety and operating
tion, such as a bookcase or cabinet that may impede the flow
instructions should be retained for future reference.
of air through the ventilation openings.
14 object and Liquid Entry - care should be taken
so that objects do not fall into and liquids not spilled into
the inside of the appliance.
t-J Heed Warnings - All warnings on the appliance and in
,"r, - The appliance should be situated away from
the operating instructions should be adhered to.
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heat sources such as radiators, stoves, or other appliances
that produce heat.
15 Damage Requiring Service - The appliance should
be serviced by qualified service personnel when:

4 ,orro* lnstructions - All operating and other instruc-


A. The power-supply cord or the plug has been damaged;
tions should be followed.
1O Power Sources - The appliance should be connect- or
ed to a power supply only of the type described in the B. Objects have fjllen, or liquid has been spilled into the
operating instructions or as marked on the appliance- appliance; or
r--J Water and Moisture - The appliance should not be C. The appliance has been exposed to rain; or
used near water - for example, near a bathtub, washbowl D. The appliance does not appear to operate normally or
kitchen sink, laundry tub, in a wet basement, or near exhibits a marked change in performance; or
1 1 Power-Cord Protection - Power-supply cords
swimming pool, etc. E. The appliance has been dropped, or the cabinet damag-
should be routed so that they are not likely to bewalked
ed-
on or pinched by items placed upon or against them, paying
particular attention to cords at plugs, convenience
6 Carts and Stands - The appliance.should be used only receptacles, and the point where they exit from the
with a cart or stand that is recommended by the manufac- appl iance. 1 6 s"rri"ing - The user should not attempt to service
tu rer. the appliance beyond those means described in the operat-
ing instructions. All other servicing should be referred to
qual if ied service personnel.
I d, Cteaning - The appliance should be cleaned only
7 *u|or
Ceiling Mounting - The appliance should be as recommended by the manufacturer.
mounted to a wall or ceiling only as recommended by the
man u factu rer.
P-22C
A s[ 0r
I

ETEGTRIC SHllCK
Dll NllT l]PEil 1
f he P-22O is a sophisticated
semi-automatic belt drive
turntable. To ensure proper operation for the best possi-
ble sound reproduction, please read this manual carefully.
6
Do not attempt to clean the P-22O with chemical solvents
as the unit is coated with a mat lacquer. Use a clean, drV
cl oth .

CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF


ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE
COVER (OB BACK). NO USER-SEBVICEABLE 2
Treat the P-22O with the utmost of care, as it
extremely
is
7 extremely important that the stylus tip be kept free
It is
PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO
OUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL. easy to jar fine settings such as tonearm tracking force out of dirt. Regular cleaning ensures the best possible sound
of adjustment. lf the unit is bumped, it is lmportant that reproduction.
all settings be re checked.

a
. Explanation of Graphical Symbols 3
Avoid installing the tonearm side of the P-220 next to the
Keep your records clean. Dirty records reduce the life of
the stylus. A stylus with a diamond tip should be replaced
power transf ormer of your amplif ier. after every 200-300 hours of use.
:

The lightning f lash with arrowhead


symbol, within an equilateral triangle,
is intended to alert you to the presence
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Be sure to locate the P-22O in a flat and level place, out of
I
Be sure to read the "troubleshooting" section for advice
of uninsulated "dangerous voltage" the direct rays of the sun. Also avoid locations subject to on common operating errors before concluding that your
within the product's enclosure that vibration and excessive dust, heat. cold or moisture. Also P-220 is faulty.
may be of sufficient magnitude to avoid placinq it directly in front of or too close to your
constitute a risk of electric shock to
spea kers.
perso ns.
10this manual in a safe place for future reference.
The exclamation Point within an Keep
equilateral triangle is intended to alert 5
lf it
you to the Presence of important becomes necessary to relocate the P-22O, do so with
operating and maintenance (servicing) extreme care. lf possible, repack the unit in its original 11
instructions in the literature accom- pack ino f or transportation. lI your P-22O has a voltage selector, check that it is set to
panying the appliance. your local voltage before you plug it in. lf not properly
set, unscrew the two switchguard retaining screws, and
reset the switch to indicate your supply voltage.

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O ANTI-SKATING KNOB
This spring-lever type anti-skating control. Refer to
is a
page 7 for adjustment.

O ARM REST/ABM LOCK


when transporting the turntable, be sure that the tonearm
has been secured to the arm rest.

Locked

Tonearm

O HEADSHELL i
When titting it into the tonearm pipe, kccp it straight and
push it into the tonearm end gently so that the connector
pins are not damaged in the process.

@ SPEED SWITCH
This is used to select 1he turntable speed.
* When playinq a 33-1/3 rpm record, set the switch to "33"
L and when playing a 45 rpm record, set the switch to
"45"_

O CUEING SWITCH
This is an oil-damped system which gently raises and
lowers the stylus from the record surface.

@CUT SWITCH
Depress this switch when you wish to stop record play.
The tonearm will rise and relurn to the arm rest and ttrt:
motor will stop.

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Bo sure to unplug the powor cord from AC power outlet until assembly has been completed.

r MOUNTING THE TURNTABLE PLATTER


1. Fit the belt provided around the
inner flange of the underside of the
turntable platter as shown in f ig. 1.
Rubber mat
Turntable -
Turntable platter

Motor drive i
pullev I

Fig.2
2. lnsert your fingers into the,two holes in 4. Place the rubber mal on top of the
the platter and then slide it gently over the turntable platter. Main weight
center shaft. (Slip the platter over the shaft drive puily 45 adaptor
securely so that when the platter is rotated,
its edqe will not move up and down.) I )*-
Balance
adjustment

*Once the assembly has been completed


be sure to depress the cut swltch.

ACCESSOR I ES
45 adaptor x t--l
tu-Trt'
H DusI cover h i nges

MOUNTING THE MAIN WEIGHT 2. The grooves inside the main weight and the
'1t
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r rli
click stopper on the end of the tonearm
'r$- To mount the main weight rotate the interlock, thus when the Balance adjust-
V Crr t ridqe rnount ing
Balance adjustment knob in the direction
indicated by the arrow.
ment knob is rotated in a counterclockwise
direction (as seen from the front of unit)
Headshell x 1 t)ilrls x l the main weight will smoothly move for-
Main weight x 1
ward.
P-22C
3. Align the stylus with the reverse side of the turntable
sheet and after adjusting the overhang, secure the
cartridge mounting bolts. Overhang is correct when
Cartridges with weights ranging f rom 2.5 to 9 grams may stylus polnt contacts the perpendicular line on the To mount the headshell, Ioosen the headshell locking
be used with this turntable. reverse side of the turntable sheet lines up with the screw and insert the headshell with the phono cartridge in
1. Properly connect the headshell leads to the pins on the tip of the stylus. place. Next securely tighten the locking screw. Be sure to
ca rtr idge. keep lhe headshell slraight when inserting it into the
2. Loosely mount the cartridge to the headshell with tonearm as it is very easy to damaqe the four contact pins
cartridqe mountinq bolts. lnstall the inside the headshell.
cartridge so
that it comes
Mounting the cartridge parallel to Mounting the headshell
the line. Push the headshel I

straight into
the tonearm Loosen

,CI

9"6 1+B )
Tighter'

Locking screw
.7 .

-Tonearm
Whlte

Headshel I

with cartridge
Finger hook -

.. Headshel I
Cartridge
Fig.5

Cartridge

Align the stylus point


.- Nuts i n the center.

Fiq.4

Blue (-L) Green (-R)


Fis.3

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P-22CJ
First release the arm lock. Then bring the tonearm
away from the arm rest.
Carefully release the finger hook and check to see if
Proceed wjth the baiance adjustment after mounting and the tonearm is horizontally balanced.
installing the main weight assembly. Disconnect the Adjust the main weight until the tonearm is in a per- Be careful not to move the main weight after balance
power supply to prevent turntable rotation. Also. be sure fectly horizontal position. adjustment, and turn only the indicator ring on the front
to set the ANTI-SKATING control to "OFF". tr Once the tonearm has been balanced, return it to the
1. Set the cueing switch to the DOWN "I" position of the main weight until the zero ('0') comes opposite center
arm rest.
and depress the arm lifter. of the indicator grrove on the tonearm (See Fig. 8-(a))

Rotate the Balance ad.iustment knob slowly in the direction


Balance adjusrment shown in Fig. 8-(b), and note that the indicator ring turns
Headshell is too heavy with it. Turn the Balance adjustment knob until thc lndica-
(rotate the Balance adjustment knob in the direction of the arrow) tor groove on the tonearm is opposite the recommended
stylus tracking force for your cartridge.
X
lndicator groove lndicator ring

Balance
Tonear m is balanced perfectl y adjustment

o Headshel I Tonearm k nob

Cartridge (b)
Trackinq force for
your cartridge
Rear assembly is too heavy
(rotate the Balance adjustment knob in the direction of the arrow)

x
I
Fig.6 Fig.7 Fis.8

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P-?,2C
Align the index mark on the anti-skating knob with the When the tonearm is in the up position, the height of the Fit the dust.cover hinges into the two cutouts at the
scale marking which corresponds to the rated tracking stylus above the record should be about 6mm. lf it is rear of the dust cover, as shown in {i9.11, and slide
force of your cartridge. more or less than this, loosen the adjustment screw on the them into place- (Arrow 1)
arm lifter, and adjust the height o{ the arm lifter so the Next, simultaneously insert the two hinges into the
Adjusting the anti-skating distance o{ the stylus to the record is 6mm. left and right receptacles on the rear of the cabinet.
(Arrow 2)
Stylus down It to remove the dust cover. To
is possible remove,
Adjustment screw follow lhe above procedure in reverse.

Mounting the dust cover

Scale

AN TI-SKATING
Knob

Index mark ,o.


@l
@ Dust cover
tr inge
,
ffi o
Dust cover

Becord
m- -Receptacle
to
6mm
Cabi net

ru
Fis.9 Fiq. 1O Fig. 1 1

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?-22C
P-Mount Cartridge
P-mount headshell is only f or P-mount cartridge.
Mounting is as f ollows.
l. Connect the output cords from the rear-panel of the ln normal operation the cueing switch is set in the DOWN
position. However, if you wish to interrupt record play in
cabinet to the PHONO terminals on the audio ampli- 1. Loosen the bolt.
fier. Make sure that the left and right channels are order to play a different track, the cueing switch can be
properly matched. The white cord signifies left (L) used to gently raise and lower the stylus.
channel and the red rhe right (F) channel. 1. Raising the stylus:
Connect the black ground wire to the GROUND Set the cueing switch to the UP "r" position. The
(GND) terminal on the audio amplif ier. Depending on stylus will immediately rise f rom the record.
the amplif ier, better sound is sometimes obtained by 2. Lowering the stylus:
not connecting the ground wire. Set the cueing switch to the DOWN "I" position.
J. Connect the power plug to the AC wall outlet or to an The stylus will now descend onto the record and play
auxiliary outlet on the audio amplif ier. will begin.

Using the cueing switch 2. Push the cartridge straight


Connections to your amplif ier
into the Headshell.
UP

White is for left (L) channel

DOWN

Red is for riqht (R) channel 3. Tighten the bolt.

Fis. 12

ll,El This mark indicates the standard cartridge


plug-in system. Products with this mark are fully
compatible with each other.

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P-22C
Place your selected record on the turntable platter.
a
Set the cueing switch to the DOWN "I" position.
After you have assembled the turntable, made the necessary o When playing 45 rpm singles, slip the accessory 45 The stylus will descend gently onto the record and
adjustments and connected the turntable to the audio adaptor over the center shaft. plav will begin.
amplifier, you are ready to start playing records.
Proceed as follows.

Set the SPEED switch so that it corresponds to the Record play

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Please check the connecting cords for the turntable,
rated speed of the record. . Adjust the amplif ier's volume and tone controls to
your own preferred levels.
amp and speakers.
o Power cord+AC outlet or amplifier's power
outlet
. Output cords -+ Phono terminals on the amp
r lf you are using the ground wire, check to see thal
it is securely fastened to the amplifier's GND
Make sure that the cueing switch is in the UP
position.
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Once record play has been completed, the tonearm
terminal.
will automatically rise dnd return to the arm rest and
the platter will stop rotating.
. Depress the CUT switch i{ you want to stop record
play.
. Operate the cueing switch (refer to page 8 ) if you
want to interrupt record play.
Setting the Turntable into Operation
o Turn the amp's power switch on, and set the input
selector to Phono. Set the amp's volume level
accord i ngly.

Unlock the arm rest lock and bring the tonearm to the
position directly above the selection to be played. As
you do this, the turntable starts to turn.

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P-22C
Before assuming that your turntable is faulty, check the following troubleshooting list which details the corrective action
Vou can take yourself without having to call a service engineer. lf
you have any doubts or queries, get in touch with your
nearest YAMAHA dealer

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Power cord is not firmly plugged into AC power outlet Connect the power cord securely to the AC power out
Turntable doesn't turn although tonearm is brought
or into auxiliary power outlet of amplifier. let or to the ampli{ier's auxiliary power outlet.
over record.

Drive belt not installed correctly Reinstall

Cartridqe is too heavY or too light The proper cartridge weight ranges from 2.5 to 9 grams.
Tonearm is not properly balanced when cartridge is

repl aced.
lf the weight of the cartridge used is within this range,
rebalance following Fig. 7.

Poor headshell connector pin connections' Mount the headshell f irmly onto the tonearm.
There is no sound or low sound although the stylus
descends to the record surface.
Amplif ier's volume control is at lowest position. Turn up the volume control to the required position.

Poor turntable output cord connections. Check the connecting terminais on the rear panel of the
amplif ier.

Tracking force is too high. Re-adjust to the proper tracking force.


The body of the cartridge catches on the record surface.

Turntable is not set horizontally. lnstall the turntable horizontally.


Reproduced sound is distorted and unpleasant,
particularly the treble, with a clicking or scraping with a stylus cleaning brush.
Dust on stvlus Clean the stylus
noise
Worn stylus. Replace the stylus.

Damaged or dusty, dirty record Replace with a new record, or clean a record

Tracking force is either too high or too low Readjust the tracking force for the cartridge to the
recommended value.

Amplif ier's treble control is turned up too high Try returning the treble control to the FLAT position.

I nstal lation locations of speaker systems and turntable


Move the turntable to a stable location, move it some
Reproduced sound quivers and a howl (acoustic
are too close together or turntable is unstable and distance from the speakers, or change the speaker
feedback) is heard.
vlbrations are being transmitted to cause resonance. locations (in particular, avoid installation in corners).

Poor turntable output cord connections. Check the connecting terminals on the rear panel oi
A loud humming sound is heard during record play.
the amplifier.

Poor headshell connector pin connections. Mount the headshell properly onto the tonearm
to
P-22e-
r TURNTABLE MOTOR SECTION
DriveSystem Belt drive
Motor DC motor
Platter .. 30cm (12") diecast alumin-
um, Weight 0.9 kg (2 lbs)
(including rubber mat)
TurntableMoment . . . . 100kg-cm2
of lnertia (including rubber mat)
Speed ..... 33-1 13 &45r.p.m.
Signal-to-Noise Batio Better than 70dB
(DIN-8, IEC98A WTD)
Wow and Flutter Less than O.04olo wrms

I TONEARM SECTION
Arm Type Swinging, straight arm
Tonearm Total & 3OOl222mm
Effective Length t1 1-318" lB-314"\
Overhang 16mm (5/8")
Tracking Force Static balanced,0-39,
0. I g steps
Effective Mass 1 1o (without cartridoe)
Horizontal Tracking Error .
-1bto 30
Anti-Skating Spring type
Offset Angle aao
Arm Lifter Oil damped system
Sens it ivity Vertical i omg,
Horizontal 30mg
Permissible Cartridge . 2.5 - 99
Weight
Headshell Resin, shield tYPe
Weight 3.2g
/lncluding Finger hook\
\Nut and Volt )
r GENERAL
Power Supplies 120V AC 60Hz
Power Consumption
Cabinet BMC (Bulk Molding
Compound)
Dust Cover Removable, transparent
H i nges Detachable
Dimensions(WxHxDI ... 435x111x378mm
fi 7 -1 la" x4-318" x1 4'7 18" I
Weight . 5.5 kq (12.1 lbs.)

Specifications subjecl to change without notace.

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