Recording onto a tape
There are three ways to record on a TYPE
I (normal) tape.
Use the buttons on the unit for the
The recording level is adjusted
CD Synchro Recording
You can record an entire VIDEO CD,
AUDIO CD or DATA CD/DVD (MP3
files only) onto a tape.
You can record just the portion you
want from a sound source, including
connected audio components.
Sound Mixing (Models with Karaoke
You can "mix" sound from any one of the
sound sources and singing or speaking
into a microphone. The mixed sound can
be recorded onto a tape.
Insert a recordable tape into
the deck B, then press TAPE A/B
repeatedly to select "TAPE B. "
Prepare the recording source.
For CD Synchro Recording:
Press DVD and load the disc you
want to record. If you have already
loaded the disc, press DISC 1
DISC 3 to select the disc. When the
system automatically starts playback,
press twice to cancel resume play.
Tracks are always recorded from the
first track and when a tape reaches
the end of its front side, the recording
If you want to record specific tracks,
perform manual recording (see
For Manual Recording and Sound
Mixing (Models with Karaoke
Select the desired source to record
If you record a disc manually, start
playing the disc first, then perform
steps 3 and 4. To record only your
favorite CD tracks, perform steps 1
to 6 of "Creating your own program"
To record only sound from a
microphone, connect a microphone
and then press VIDEO/SAT to select
"VIDEO/SAT" function. Make sure
not to connect any component to the
VIDEO INPUT AUDIO L/R jacks.