When beat interference
A high-pitched noise called "beat" is sometimes heard
during the recording of broadcasts.
In cases like this, set the BEAT CANCEL switch at the rear
of the main unit to the position (1 or 2) which will reduce the
level of the beat noise.
TAPE DUBBING (DECK 1
Used for speedy dubbing (the time required is reduced by
about one-half compared with dubbing at the regular tape
Normal-speed (manual) dubbing:
For dubbing while listening to the playback sound from
Load the playback tape into deck 1 and the recording
tape into deck 2.
It is recommended
to use the same tape length cas-
settes for dubbing operation.
For high-speed dubbing: material can be dubbed while
you are listening to any function (LD/CD, radio, etc.),
Merely by pressing the HI SPEED DUB switch, the system
will perform the operations below automatically and start
deck 1 playback and deck 2 recording simultaneously.
1. Deck 1: Tape rewinding.
2. Deck 2: Tape rewinding.
3. Deck 2: Automatic high-speed erasing for few seconds
from the beginning of tape. Then tape rewinding again.
4. Deck 2: Automatic forwarding of leader tape.
The REC/PAUSE indicator blinks and the DECK 2 and F
indicators light at starting the dubbing.
Automatic stop in high-speed
When deck 1 tape is longer than deck 2:
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When the deck 2 stops automatically, the deck 1 will be
in the fast forward mode,
-- When the deck 2 stops automatically, the deck 1 will be
in the fast forward mode. After the end of tape has been
reached on deck 1, the system will perform the high-
speed dubbing for reverse side.
When deck 2 tape is longer than deck 1:
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deck 1 stops automatically, the deck 2 will be
in the high speed erasing mode.
When the deck 1 stops automatically, the deck 2 will be
in the high speed erasing mode. After the end of tape
has been reached on deck 2, the system will perform the
high-speed dubbing for reverse side.
Before pressing the HI SPEED DUB switch, check that
both deck 1 and deck 2 are in the stop mode.
Dubbing using the HI SPEED DUB switch must start
from tape selection 1. To start dubbing from the second
or subsequent tape selection, use the normal-speed
To release the dubbing mode, press the STOP switch.
The tape will not stop during high-speed dubbing even
when the REC/PAUSE switch is pressed.
It is not possible to Iistentothe normal monitoring sound
during high-speed dubbing.
When switching between normal-speed and high-speed
press the STOP switch first to release the
dubbing mode and then switch.
A high-pitched sound may be recorded if high-speed
dub6ing is conducted ne~ a lV set which has been
switched on, If this happens, either switch off the TV set
or place the system at a distance from the TV set.
- Set the MODE switch to c
DECK 2: Find the position to be started recording.
DECK 1: Wtih the same tape running direction of the
deck 2, find the desired selection to be dubbed.
Make sure that the deck 1 tape running direction is same
the deck 2.
Press the REC/PAUSE
Ier). The REC/PAUSE and DECK 2 indicators light and
b or 4 indicator blinks.
If the blinking indicator is not matched to the set direc-
tion, press once the PLAY switch whose indicator is not
Press the DECK select switch or press the remote con-
troller's DECK 1
or < switch whose indicator is
blinking. The REC/PAUSE indicator blinks and DECK 1
Press the PLAY F or 4 PIAY switch (F or < DECK 1/
DECK 2: remote controller) whose indicator is blinking.
Normal-speed dubbing now starts.
Tape running direction of both decks is same.
Automatic stop in normal-speed
If either deck 1 or deck 2 stops automatically, the other
deck will also stop.
If a microphone is connected to the MIC socket during
normal-speed dubbing, a microphone mixed (karaoke
play) recording can be made.
PLAY OR RECORDING
Refer to the section entitled "Connections forAV equip-
ment" for details on the connections.
For AV equipment operation, please refer to the instruc-
tion manual provided your AV equipment.
Select the function to be played, and listen to the sound.
Recording from AV equipment
Select the function to be recorded, and listen to the
Press the REC/PAUSE switch.
Press the PIAY
or < PIAY switch whose indicator is
blinking as soon as you hear the material which is to be
recorded. Recording now starts.