Backward skip edit recording
The track 4 will be interrupted,
Record from the beginning of a track.
The track 8 will be interrupted.
This type of recording is the easiest to perform and the tape length setting
Press the COMP. REC switch. Recording starts on side A with track 1.
is not required.
When the tape automatically reverses, the display changes from "SIDEA"
to "SIDE B" and recording continues from the beginning of the last track
For programmed recording, programme the material in advance (as
When the CD player is set to the stop or pause mode during recording,
described under "PROGRAMMED
the deck B pauses. When CD play is resumed, deck B recording also
1. Press the REC/PAUSE
switch of the deck. (The deck B enters the
record pause mode.)
This method produces a gap in recording when the tape reverses.
2. Press the PLAY/PAUSE switch of the CD player. CD recording starts.
If the TIME/FADE
switch is pressed during recording, the sound
begins to fade out from that point (about 10 seconds). The CD player
pauses and the deck B is placed in the record pause mode.
For simple, automatic dubbing in one-half the time, compared to
normal speed dubbing.
Manual (normal-speed) dubbing
For dubbing while listening to the playback from deck A.
Load the playback tape into deck A and a blank tape into deck B.
It is recommended to use the same length cassettes in both decks for
the dubbing operation.
You may listen to any other function (CD, radio etc.) during dubbing.
Press the DUBBING HIGH switch ("
" appears for 1 second on the
The system performs the steps below and automatically starts deck A
playback and deck B recording.
1. Deck A: Tape rewinds.
2. Deck B: Tape rewinds.
3. Deck B: Erases the first few seconds of the tape, then rewinds again.
4. Deck B: Automatically advances the tape past the leader.
The REC/PAUSE indicator blinks and the DECKA and P PIAY indica-
tors light as dubbing begins.
Automatic stop during high-speed
When deck A or deck B stops automatically, the other deck will also
When deck A tape is longer than deck B:
When deck B stops automatically, deck A enters the fast forward
mode. When the end of side A is reached, high-speed dubbing
continues from the beginning of side B.
When deck B tapeis longer than deck A:
When deck A stops automatically, deck B erases the tape to the end
of side A. When the end of side A is reached, high-speed dubbing
continues from the beginning of side B,
Before pressing the DUBBING HIGH switch, check that both decks A
and B are in the stop mode.
To stop dubbing, press the STOP switch. The tape will not stop during
high-speed dubbing if the REC/PAUSE switch is pressed.
During high-speed dubbing, normal monitoring is not possible.
During dubbing, the DOLBY NR switch has no effect to the copied
A high-pitched sound maybe recorded if high-speed dubbing is used
near a lV which has been switched on. If this happens, switch off the
TV or place the system at a distance from the TV.
High-speed dubbing must start from the selection 1. To start dubbing
fro-m apposition in the middle of the tape, use manual dubbing.
Set the REVERSE MODE switch to
Deck B: Locate the tape position where recording will begin,
Deck A: Select
(to match the deck B), then locate the
selection of the tape to be dubbed.
Press the REC/PAUSE switch.
The REC/PAUSE and DECK B indicators Iightandthe
b or ~ PLAY
Ifthe blinking indicator does not match the desired direction, press the
b or 4
PIAY switch to change the direction,
Press the DECK switch to select deck A.
The DECK B indicator goes out and DECK A indicator lights,
Press the b or d
PLAY switch whose indicator is blinking. Manual
Both decks run in the same direction.
Automatic stop during manual dubbing
If deck A or deck B stops automatically, the other deck will also stop.