Music synchro recording
The synchronized recording function lets you set this unit
to start recording automatically when a sound signal is
M-MARK REC MODE INPUT
Load the sound source into the source component.
• If necessary, program, or select the track you want
to start recording from before proceeding to the
next step. (Refer to the operation manual supplied
with the source component for instructions
regarding its use.)
Press INPUT repeatedly to select the input connected
to the sound source you want to record.
Press SYNC to set this unit to record pause mode.
• The REC * indicators light up.
"Synchro REC" and the amount of time available
for recording flash alternately in the display.
During synchronized recording, analog input
sources are recorded at the current ANALOG
REC LEVEL setting, digital sources are recorded
at the 0 dB level.
The MD starts recording automatically when a
sound signal is input. When the sound signal
stops, the unit switches back to record pause mode
and "Synchro REC" blinks in the display. The
next time a sound signal is detected, recording
starts again. In this manner, the presence of a
sound signal automatically switches the unit
between record and record pause modes.
Start playing the sound source.
To cancel the synchronized recording
• When the signals at the beginning of a track are lower than the
level required to start synchronized recording, they are not
recorded. Should this occur, perform manual recording.
Setting the recording
This unit incorporates various recording modes. Choose
the one that suits your needs.
M-MARK REC MODE INPUT
Press REC MODE repeatedly until the indicator for the
desired recording mode lights up.
Example: When using an 80 minute MD
This mode provides 160 minutes monaural recording.
This mode provides 160 minutes stereo recording.
This mode provides 320 minutes stereo recording.
When all of the above indicators are turned off, this unit
enters normal stereo recording mode.
• MDLPs (= discs recorded in LP mode) cannot be played back
nor edited on non MDLP players. If you play MDLPs (=discs
recorded in LP mode) on a non-MDLP player, "LP:" will
appear at the top of the title and no sound will be reproduced.
• Normal stereo recording provides the best sound quality.
• The recording mode cannot be changed during recording.