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Compact Discs - Sanyo DC D30 Instruction Manual

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RECORDING
COMPACT
DISCS
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COMPUTER
RECORDING
Wth computer recording, a CD can be automatically recorded on a
cassette by pressing one switch.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Load the CD to be recorded.
Load a blank cassette into deck B.
Select "CD".
Press the COMP. REC switch ("
"appearsforl
second on the
display). The system automatically-performs the following functions:
Deck B:
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The tape rewinds to the beginning.
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Recording starts.
CD player:
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The player searches for the first track to be recorded, then enters
the pause mode.
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CD play starts.
The DECK B, REC/PAUSE
and
b
PLAY indicators light, "COM-
PUTER REC' and "SIDE A" appear on the display as recording
begins.
Note:
.
Recording atarts automatically after 8 seconds, so the recording will
not be interrupted by the leader tape at the beginning of sides A and
B,
A 5-second blank space is automatically recorded at the end of each
track.
The highest track number which can be edited is 24. Track numbers
25 and above cannot be edited (except with backward skip edit),
To stop computer recording at any time, press the STOP/CLEAR
switch of the CD player orthe STOP switch of deck. The CD player and
deck B will stop. (The time edit, programme edit or fade-out edit mode
is still operational.)
To release the editing mode, press the STOP/CLEAR switch of the CD
player.
Select"
~)
" mode during computer recording.
To record material from a different position on the tape, continue
recording manually.
Types of edit recording
The following edit recording operations can be performed during com-
puter recording.
A.
B.
c.
D.
Time edit recording
Programme edit recording
Fade-out edit recording
Backward skip edit recording
Time edit recording
When the track 8 is not recordable within the specified time, select any
recordable track after track 7.
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Unrecorded blank
SIDE A 25 min.
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Om~ the track 9,
SIDE B 25 min.
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When the track 11 is not recordable within the specified time, select any
recordable track after track 12.
Unrecorded blank
The tracks that will fii within a selected time period are automatically
programmed for recording on sides A and B of the tape. (The tracks are
edited so that the remaining time on the tape is reduced to a minimum).
Example:
To record onto a 50-minute tape
1.
2.
Press the EDIT switch to select the recording tape length,
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Each time the EDIT switch is pressed, the tape length display
changes in the following sequence:
PC-46
~
C-54 -
C-60 -C-74+
C-901
~
(Released)—
C ---
~
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To set the desired tape length up to C-99, use the SKIP/SEARCH
switches.
To set "C-50", select "C-46", then press the
P/~
SKIP/
SEARCH switch 4 times, "C-50" appears on the display.
Press the TIME/FADE switch once.
WA
24.55
TIME EOIT
PROG.
12345
9
The track numbers and play time for side A are displayed,
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24.5094<'
TIME EDIT
PROG.
678
10
13
The track numbers and total play time for both sides are displayed. -
3. Press the COMP. REC switch.
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The track numbers and play time for side A are displayed.
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The track numbers and play time for side B are displayed.
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Recording starts automatically from track 1.
COMPUTER REC
SIDE A
1
0.01
TRACK
TIME EDT
PROG.
12345
9
D
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The edit mode remains operational when recording ends. To cancel
the edit mode, press the STOP/CLEAR switch of the CD player.
The track numbers and play time for side B are displayed.
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