LISTENING TO TAPES
If a cassette is ioaded, you can turn the unit on and begin play
by pressing the TAPE
or 4 button.
on the display,
then "TAPEW is
replaced by the tape mode display.
Press the cassette holder (EJECT porlion) to open it.
Load the cassette.
Afler loading the cassette, push the cassette holder (EJECT portion)
back into position.
Set the DOLBY NR button according
to whether the tape has been
recorded with the Dolby NR system or not.
With Dolby NR ................" DO B NR" appears
Dolby NR ..........." Utl B NR" disappears
Select the reverse mode with the REV MODE button as desired.
Press the TAPE
or < button to begin playback. "
" or" +" appears
on the display.
: For forward play
For reverse play
button to stop playback at any time.
When the end of the tape has been reached, automatic stop or reverse
will be activated.
Types of usable tapes
The type of tape used is automatically
identified by the system since''the
deck employs an auto tape selection system. The following types of tape
can be used with this system.
Metal (Only for playback)
Metal and Cr02 tapes without sensing holes cannot be used since
they cannot be identified by the auto tape selector.
Endless tapes cannot be used.
Do not use C-120 tapes. They may jam in the mechanism.
Press the REV <.,
E button to select the reverse mode as desired.
For listening to one side of the tape only.
For listening to both sides of the tape in succession.
has been started from the reverse
side, only the
reverse side will be played back.
For listeni~g repeat~dly to both sides of tha tape.
Fast forward and rewind
" or" <"
When the tape has been wound to the end, the deck stops automatically.
The counter appears on the display and helps you to quickly locate the
Both sides of the counter indicate tape movement
with rotating graphic
In the stop mode, press the B button.
When CD computer
is started, the counter automatically
resets to "000".
Dolby NR s@$m
Dolby Noise Reduction circuitry provides superior recording and playback
results by suppressing
to 10 dB.
Dolby noise reduction manufactured
under license from Dolby Laboratories
and the double-D
DO are trademarks