- The FADE EDIT indicator blinks during fade-out (1O
- If"End" appears during step 2, it indicatesthat the disc
will reach the end before the end of the tape. In this
case, the last track on the disc will not be faded out.
No recording is made on the last 15 seconds of the
The sound is also faded out when a track is interrupted
at the end of side B.
Backward skip edit recording
track 4 will be interrupted.
Reoordfromthe beginning of a track.
The treck 8 will be interrupted.
This type of recording
is the easiest
starts on side
with track 1. When the tape automatically
tape length setting is not required.
reverses,the display changes from "SIDE A' to "SIDE B"
and recording continues from the beginning of the last
Press the COMPUTER RECORDING switch. Recording
For programmed recording, programme the material in
advance (as described under "PROGRAMMEDPLAY").
Press the REC PAUSE switch of the deck. (Deck 2
enters the record pause mode.)
Press the PLAY/PAUSE switch of the CD player. CD
When the CD player is set to the stop or pause mode
during recording, deck 2 also pauses. When CD play is
resumed, deck 2 recording also resumes.
This method produces a gap in recording when the
If the FADE EDIT switch is pressed during recording,
the sound begins to fadeout from that point (about 10
seconds). The CD player pauses and deck 2 is placed
in the record pause mode.
(DECK 1 to DECK2)
– For simple, automatic dubbing in one-hatf the time,
compared to normal speed dubbing.
Fordubbing while Iisteningtothe playbackfrom deck 1.
- Load the playback tape into deck 1 and a blank tape
into deck 2.
- Select "TAPE".
- You may listen to any other source (CD, radio, etc.)
while using high-speed or normal-speed dubbing.
High-speed or Normal-speed dubbing
Pressthe HIGH or NORMAL DUBBING switch.
The system performs the steps below and automatically
startsdeck 1 playback and deck 2 recording.
- Deck 1: Tape rewinds.
- Deck 2: Tape rewinds.
- Deck2: Automaticallyadvancesthetape pastthe leader
indicator on deck 1 and REC PAUSE indicator on
deck 2 light as dubbing begins.
- During dubbing operation, the DOLBY NR switch has
no effect to the copied tape.
To stop dubbing, pressthe
switchon deck 1 or2. The
tape will not stop during dubbing if the REC PAUSE
switch is pressed.
If either deck 1 or 2 stops automatically,the other deck
will also stop.
It is not possible to listen to the normal monitoring
sound during high-speed dubbing.
To switch from normal-speed to high-speed dubbing,
switch to stop dubbing, then press the
HIGH DUBBING switch.
A high-pitched sound may be recorded if high-speed
dubbing isused near aTV which has been switchedon.
Ifthis happens, switch offtheTV or place the system at
a distance from the TV.
Dubbing only desired tape selections
1. Stop deck 2, then locate the start of the desired tape
selection on deck 1.
2. Press the REC PAUSE switch.
3. Press the } or 4 switch on deck 1.
4. After the desired tape programme has been dubbed,
switch on deck 1 or 2.
5. Repeat steps 1-4 to dub additional selections,