LISTENING TO TAPES
Deck A is for playback only; deck B is for both playback and recording.
If a cassette is loaded, you can turn the unit on and begin play\
by pressing the FWD PLAY or REV PLAY button.
If the deck B has been selected, the REV PLAY button will not
Press the TAPE A/B button to select 'TAPE.
appears on the
display, then 'TAPE
is replaced by the tape mode display.
Press the cassette holder (EJECT portion) to open it.
Load the cassette(s) (Fig. 10).
push the cassette
portion) back into position. "A or "B" appears on the display.
Set the DOLBY NR button according to whether the tape has been
recorded with the Dolby NR system or not.
With Dolby NR ......................... "no
B NR" appears
Without Dolby NR
. . ..
B NIT disappears
Select deck A or deck B by pressing the TAPE AfB button if required.
(If only one cassette is loaded, deck A or deck B will be selected
For deck A: Select the reverse mode with the REV MODE button as
Press the FWD PLAY or REV PLAY button to begin playback. "
appears on the display.
FWD PLAY: For forward play
REV PLAY: For reverse play (Deck A only)
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Press the STOP button (Deck section) to stop plavback 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 decks
A and B both employ an auto tape selection system. The following types
of tape can be used with this system.
Metal (Only for playback)
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.
Auto reverse (Deck A only)
Press the REV MODE 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 listening repeatedly to both sides of the tape.
Fast forward and rewind
Press the F.FWD F-
REW button. "E"
When the tape has been wound to the end, the deck stops automatically.
Each deck has a counter. The counter of the selected deck appears on the
display and helps you to quickly locate the recorded selection for playback.
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Both sides of the counter indicate tape movement with rotating graphic
To reset the tape counter to "000"
In the stop mode, press the TAPE AJB button to select the counter to be
reset, then press the STOP button.
When the tape is automatically
rewound during CD computer recording
or tape computer dubbing, the counter automatically
resets to "000.
Load the cassettes into both decks.
Set the REV MODE button to ~).
Select deck A or deck B by pressing the TAPE A/B button if required.
Press the FWD PLAY or REV PLAY button.
DECK A (forward side —
reverse side) —
DECK A reverse side —
DECK B —
DECK A (forward side —
Dolby NR system
Dolby Noise Reduction circuitry provides superior recording and playback
results by suppressing
tape hiss by up to 10 dB.
Dolby noise reduction manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories
"DOLBY' and the double-D symbol unaretrademarks
of Dolby Laboratories