Sony Titlers

Sony RM-IA10K

Sony RM-IA10KInteractive Remote Control System¥32,000
remote: 160x40x111mm, 280g, base: 124x30x90mm, 130g


  • IR remote control for wireless titling, editing and controlling MD systems (compatible with DHC-MD777/MD555 "Pixy" bookshelf systems).
  • 3.8" LCD display
  • Touch-pen keyboard based input and display of kanji and hirigana tiles for MD/CD/Tuner (station names).
  • Can hold title information for up to 100 CDs.
  • CD-Text support.
  • Apparently couples through same HiFi component port that PCLK-PC3 kit uses, since both cannot be used simultaneously.
  • Consists of two components: Handheld display unit and HiFi system connection (base unit).


Sony RM-D10P/D11P/D20P

Sony RM-D10P
Sony RM-D11P
Sony RM-D20P
Keyboard Remote Control
Intro: 6/1996
185 x 105 x 15-30 mm

Description: QWERTY keyboard-layout based remote control for titling and editing. Though too small to touch type on, and lacking even 1 key rollover, makes MD titling much quicker. Works only in conjunction with the modern MD decks: MJ-L1, DHC-MD99/ MD77/ MD5/ ??, CMT-M11C, MXD-D1, and MDS-S37/ JE500/ JE510/ JE700/ 503/ J3000/ JA30ES/ JA50ES. A picture of the layout is available.

Links: A user has contributed a review of the RM-D10P, and a list of all the RM-D1OP codes.

Variants: RM-D20P was introduced in 9/1998 and appears nearly identical to the RM-D10P

Availability: Nic Boyde once carried this unit.

Compatibility with MDS-302/303/S30/S35: Trying the RM-D10P with the S30 (small-box version of the MDS-302), this is what happens: (1) MD function keys (play, pause, stop, etc.) work. (2) Edit zone keys (erase, divide, combine, move, etc.) do not work. (3) "Name" key works, but the alphanumeric labeling keys do not work. -Stuart Kiang


User Manual: RM-D11P

Sony KB-10

Sony KB-10Titling Keyboard¥6000
PS/2289 x 144 x 29 mm

Description: QWERTY PS/2 keyboard for titling (just nice because its small and Sony).

Links: A machine translation of Sony's very brief descripion

Compatibility: Should work with any MD system with a PS/2 input jack. It will also work with modern PCs.


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