Desired CD tracks can be programmed in the desired sequence and recorded onto a tape.
Do not use a cassette tape with more than 90-minute recording time, for the tape used with such a cassette is very
thin and tends to cause troubles such as entanglement around the pinch roller or cutting of tape.
Be sure to put the cassette deck in stop mode.
Make the preparations for recording.
1 Perform steps 1~3 of the procedure in "Recording
2 Select the "CD" input.
3 Load the recording source disc in the CD player.
Check the current play mode of the CD player.
If it is in play mode, stop it.
Program the desired sequence of CD tracks.
Perform steps 2 and 3 of the procedure in "Lis-
tening in the desired sequence (Program play-
To interrupt a recording
Press the 7 (stop) key on the main unit or 7 STOP
key on the remote. (This stops both recording and
(PGM mode + O.T.E.)
Convenient recording of CD player output
This system can record signals on Normal (TYPE ) and
High (TYPE ) position tapes. Remember that the Metal
) tapes cannot be used with this system.
÷ Recording begins from the first track in the program and
completes when the entire program has been recorded.
÷ When either the playback or recording operation stops, the
other operation also stops.
÷ When you are operating the main unit, select "O.T.E. Mode"
in the menu mode then select "CD=
SET key to start recording.
÷ When recording completes, the tape stops after leaving a no-
sound blank of about 4 seconds.
= = TAPE" and press the