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Basic Recording Operation; Recording From An External Component Onto The Hdd - Yamaha CDR-HD1000 Owner's Manual

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This section describes the basic recording operation. The operation steps are explained by using the buttons on the front panel and the remote
control.

Recording from an External Component onto the HDD

NATURAL SOUND
HDD/CD RECORDER
CDR–HD1000
POWER
HDD
CDR
COPY
PHONES
LEVEL
MIN
MAX
1.
Press REC.
The HDD mark flashes, and the disc and track numbers to be
recorded are indicated on the display. Recording has not been
started yet at this stage. (Recording pause mode)
Disc number to be recorded
2.
Select the input source to be recorded.
Press INPUT to select the input source from among
OPTICAL, COAXIAL, and ANALOG. See page 17 for
details.
3.
Adjust the recording level.
The recording level can be adjusted for both digital and analog
input. See page 17 for details.
4.
Select the disc to be recorded.
See page 20 for details.
5.
Select the recording mode.
See page 20 for details.
6.
Start recording.
Press w/d (w or d on the remote control) to start recording.
Note
• In the multi-synchronized or all-synchronized recording
mode, this unit automatically starts recording when the
source component starts playback.
14
E-

BASIC RECORDING OPERATION

REC
FINALIZE
1
REC
L
GROUP
dB
–30 –10
–6
–2
0
R
Track number to be recorded
REC
L
GROUP
dB
–30 –10
–6
–2
0
R
6, 8
9
MULTI JOG
PUSH ENTER
TEXT/TIME
MODE/SET
MENU
TRACK NO.
COMPLETE
CLEAR
BOOKMARK
DIGITAL REC LEVEL
INPUT
ANALOG REC LEVEL
ERASE
OPTICAL
COAXIAL
ANALOG
MIN
MAX
2
7.
Start playing the source.
8.
Press w/d (d on the remote control) to stop recording
temporarily.
The HDD mark flashes and the track number is advanced to the
next.
Press w/d (w or d on the remote control) to resume recording.
9.
Press a to stop recording.
The first track number of the disc at which recording has been
stopped is indicated on the display.
G
IMPORTANT
• Never turn off the power of this unit during recording.
Recording may not be correctly made, or the data on the HDD
may be damaged.
• During recording, make sure that this unit is not subjected to
shock or vibration as the HDD may be damaged.
7
STU
OPEN/CLOSE
0
SPACE
COPY
REC
1
REPEAT
RANDOM
TRACK NO.
FINALIZE
ERASE
WRITE
TEXT/TIME
INPUT
2
GROUP SKIP
MODE/SET
MENU
COMPLETE
HDD
CLEAR
ENTER
1
ABC
2
DEF
3
GHI
4
JKL
5 MNO
6 PQR
7
STU
8 VWX
9
YZ
+
0
10
SPACE
SYMBOL
BOOKMARK
REPEAT
RANDOM
INTRO
L
dB
–30 –10
–6
–2
R
8 VWX
9
YZ
+
10
SYMBOL
BOOKMARK
INTRO
6, 8
6, 8
CDR
9
GROUP
0

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