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Table Of Contents - Yamaha MDX-595 Owner's Manual

Natural sound minidisc recorder
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FEATURES
¶ A sampling rate converter that lets you make
digital recordings from 32 kHz (DAT, etc.) , 44.1
kHz (CD, DAT, MD, etc.) and 48 kHz (DAT, etc.)
program sources.
¶ Editing features (MOVE, ERASE, DIVIDE,
COMBINE, TITLE, and UNDO) that let you take
full advantage of the MD recording system.
¶ Multiple digital input terminals (2 optical inputs)
let you connect two different digital program
sources.
¶ The digital optical output terminal lets you output
digital audio from an MD.*
¶ In addition to the standard disc and track repeat
modes, this unit also has a part (A-B) repeat
mode that lets you repeat a specific part of a
track.
¶ Synchro Record lets you make synchronized
recordings from any type of source component.
¶ Time Rescue Record monitors the sound being
input and allows you to recover sound input from
a point approximately six seconds before you
start the recording operation. (So you will not
miss the beginning of a song when recording
directly from the radio, etc.)
¶ The Monaural Record mode lets you record up to
148 minutes of audio onto one MD.
¶ Timer playback and recording modes that let you
start playback or recording at a preset time using
an optional audio timer.
* This is not possible if MD is a direct copy of another digital
signal (see page 26 for details regarding SCMS copy
protection).
US and foreign patents licensed from Dolby Laboratories
Licensing Corporation.
CONTENTS
PART DESCRIPTIONS ........................................................ 4
FRONT PANEL ..................................................................... 5
REMOTE CONTROL ............................................................. 6
CONNECTIONS ................................................................... 7
ANALOG CONNECTIONS ................................................... 7
DIGITAL CONNECTIONS .................................................... 7
PLAYBACK .......................................................................... 8
Skipping Tracks ................................................................ 8
Searching .......................................................................... 9
Switching the Display ....................................................... 9
RANDOM PLAY .................................................................. 10
REPEAT PLAY .................................................................... 10
Single Track Repeat ....................................................... 10
Full Disc Repeat .............................................................. 10
Part (A-B) Repeat ............................................................ 11
PROGRAM PLAY ................................................................ 11
RECORDING ...................................................................... 13
Adjusting Recording Levels ........................................... 14
Auto Marking ................................................................... 15
TIME RESCUE RECORDING ............................................. 15
SYNCHRO RECORDING .................................................... 16
MONAURAL RECORDING ................................................. 16
MONITOR OUT ................................................................... 17
EDITING ............................................................................. 18
MOVE .................................................................................. 18
ERASE ................................................................................. 19
Disc Erase ....................................................................... 19
Track Erase ..................................................................... 19
Part Erase ........................................................................ 20
Disc or Track Title Erase ................................................ 20
COMBINE ........................................................................... 21
DIVIDE ................................................................................ 21
Disc Maintenance .............................................................. 22
TOC WRITE ..................................................................... 22
FRA CHECK .................................................................... 22
TITLING .............................................................................. 23
TIMER OPERATIONS ....................................................... 24
Timer Recording ............................................................. 24
Timer Playback ............................................................... 24
MD SYSTEM LIMITATIONS .............................................. 25
COPY PROTECTION (SCMS) .......................................... 26
Remote Control Operation Range .................................. 26
Battery Installation .......................................................... 26
TROUBLESHOOTING ....................................................... 27
DISPLAY MESSAGES ...................................................... 28
SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................. 29
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