Twin recording onto CD-R/RW and Tape
All tracks in a CD can be recorded simultaneously on a CD-R/RW and tape at the normal speed. (All-track twin
It is also possible to record only the track being played from its beginning onto a CD-R/RW and tape simulta-
neously. (Single-track twin recording)
The recording source can be a finalized CD-R/RW, but digital-to-digital recording may not be available with
certain discs."Digital recording and SCMS"
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.
Select the "CD" input. Be sure to put the CD recorder and cassette deck in stop mode.
When digital-to-digital recording is not impossible
or when analog-to-digital recording is performed,
select the analog input as described in the follow-
ing section then start the setting from step 1
below."Changing the recording input setting"e
Make the preparations for recording.
1 CDR ........ Place a recordable CD-R or CD-RW disc.
TAPE ...... Perform steps 1~3 of the procedure
in"Recording on TAPE".
2 Load the recording source disc in the CD player.
Check the current play mode of the CD player.
All track recording
If it is in play mode, stop it.
Convenient recording of CD player output
The current setting is displayed.
"DIGITAL" is lit ......... Digital-to-digital recording
"DIGITAL" not lit ...... Analog-to-digital recording
÷ High-speed recording is not available in the Twin Recording
÷ When a CD-R/RW is loaded in the CD recorder, the CD-R IN
indicator may blink for a while.
"OPC (Optimum Power Control)"
This system can record signals on Normal (TYPE ) and
High (TYPE ) position tapes. Remember that the Metal
) tapes cannot be used with this system.
Select the desired CD track and play it.
÷ Even when the TWIN REC key is pressed in the middle of a
track, recording will start from the beginning of the track.