Sound has a lot of static.
The volume of the recorded track
Volume cannot be turned up.
No sound comes through the
The disc cannot be played on
The edited tracks may exhibit
sound dropout during search
There is no R-channel sound
output when playing a track
recorded from a cassette deck
or through an ampliﬁer, or when
listening to sound from a cassette
deck or ampliﬁer.
You cannot play an MP3 audio
Date and time of recording are not
The operation lamp ﬂashes slowly
Case and/or corrective action
Strong magnetism from a television or such device is interfering
with operation. Move the recorder away from the source of strong
The track was recorded in analog mode or you used a connecting
cord with an attenuator. Use a correct connecting cord without an
The recording level was low. Adjust the recording level manually
while recording ( page 52).
"AVLS" is set to "On" ("AVLS On" on the remote). Set to "Off"
("AVLS Off" on the remote) ( page 58).
The earphones plug is not ﬁrmly connected. Plug in the plug of the
earphones ﬁrmly to the recorder.
The plug is dirty. Clean the plug.
The component does not support Hi-MD. Discs used in Hi-MD
mode can be played only on components that supports Hi-MD.
This occurs due to the MiniDisc system limitation. The
fragmentation of data may cause sound dropout while searching
because the tracks are played in higher speed than normal
There is no R-channel output if the cassette deck or an ampliﬁer
is connected with a monaural cord. Make sure to use a stereo
The type of MP3 supported by this recorder is MPEG-1 Audio
Layer-3, transferred by the SonicStage software, with a sampling
frequency of 32, 44.1 or 48 kHz.
Date and time of recording are displayed if the they have been
recorded. When an audio track is transferred from your computer,
the recording date and time are not displayed.
The operation lamp ﬂashes slowly when the contents of an editing
operation performed during playback or play-pause are ready to be
written to the disc. When playback on the recorder is stopped, the
edited contents are written to the disc and the operation lamp turns