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POCKET RECORDER
POCKETRAK CX
Reference Manual
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    POCKET RECORDER POCKETRAK CX Reference Manual...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Table of Contents Starting Up ........4 Playback ........26 Part names and functions ......... 4 Playing back files ..........26 Front, side and back panels ........4 Playing back tracks from the Playlist ....27 LCD screen ............7 Indicators displayed during playback ....

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    Copyrights • Copying of the commercially available musical data is strictly prohibited except for your personal use. • This Reference Manual is the exclusive copyrights of Yamaha Corporation. ® • Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries.

  • Page 4: Starting Up

    Starting Up Starting Up Part names and functions Front, side and back panels LCD screen [REC/PAUSE ] button Starts or pauses recording. [STOP/ESC ] button Stops recording or playback. Press this button during the menu setting operation to return to the previous screen or setting. [VOL +] button Increases the volume of playback or recording monitoring.

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    Starting Up LED indicator Lights up as a “recording or playback indicator” during recording or playback, as a “peak indicator” if the level of the recording input source is too high, and as a “charging indicator” while the battery is being charged. ☞...

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    Starting Up [DEL] button Deletes files, folders, or index marks. It also recalls the Recycle Bin menu while the Recycle Bin folder is selected. ☞ Deleting (page 42) microSD card slot Insert a microSD card here. USB terminal Connect this terminal to a computer using the included USB cable. [HOLD/CHARGE] switch To engage the Hold function (to avoid accidental operation), slide the switch in the direction of the arrow.

  • Page 7: Lcd Screen

    Starting Up LCD screen microSD card Bit rate External recording mode (MIC, LINE) (for recording and playing back MP3 VAS (Voice Activated System) files and playing back WMA files) Frequency (for PCM recording and Timer/Alarm playback) Auto Divide Remaining battery power Recording level Battery setting (with ALC off)

  • Page 8: About The Screens

    Starting Up About the screens Appears when you press [Menu screen] [Main screen] and hold down the [MENU/ ENTER] button for at least two (2) seconds while the main screen is displayed. MENU ENTER This screen enables you to change Recording mode, set the date and time, ini- Appears when the tialize the recorder, and...

  • Page 9: Setting The Current Date And Time

    Starting Up Setting the current date and time After you set the date and time, the POCKETRAK CX will automatically record the recording date and time with each file. Press the [MENU/ENTER] button for at least two (2) seconds while the main screen is displayed, press the [VOL +/-] buttons to select [COMMON MENU], then press the [MENU/ENTER] button.

  • Page 10: Recording

    — even a weak air conditioning breeze that hits the microphones directly — will be recorded as noise. To reduce the level of wind and other environmental noise, Yamaha recommends that you use the recorder with the wind screen attached to the microphones. Also, to further minimize the noise level, Yamaha recommends that...

  • Page 11: Attaching The Recorder To A Tripod Or A Microphone Stand

    Recording Attaching the recorder to a tripod or a microphone stand You can attach the recorder to a commercially-available camera or camcorder tripod using the threaded socket on the unit. You can also attach the recorder to a micro- phone stand using the included microphone stand adapter. In this way, you can set up the recorder in the optimum position.

  • Page 12: Adjusting The Recording Level

    Recording Press the [ ] buttons to adjust the MIC LEVEL (recording level). Adjust the recording level while playing music, speaking, etc. Note: Setting the recording peak limiter When the recording peak limiter is set to ON, the recorder reduces sound distortion by automatically adjusting excessive peaks.

  • Page 13: Simple Recording (musical Practice, Meeting, Etc.)

    Recording • Indicators displayed during recording Recording LED Folder name Recording mode File number Recording level PAUSE SPEED STOP PLAY Elapsed recording time Level meter MENU ENTER Available recording time (Recording remaining time) Recording-in-progress indicator Press the [STOP/ESC ] button to stop recording. The LED will turn off, and the REC REMAIN TIME indicator will be displayed on the screen.

  • Page 14: Recording From An External Audio Device (such As A Cd Player)

    Recording Press the [REC/PAUSE ] button. The LED lights up in red and recording begins. Hint: · If the recording level is too high (see page 12), set the [MIC SENS] (microphone sensitivity) switch to [LOW]. PAUSE SPEED STOP PLAY MENU ENTER Press the [STOP/ESC...

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    Recording Use a commercially-available audio cable (stereo mini plug, 3.5mm, with no resis- tance). To the external Audio device input socket To audio output or LINE OUT headphones socket (Recording) socket Adjust the volume level of the external audio device while playing the recording source.

  • Page 16: Recording Settings

    Recording Settings Recording Settings Changing the Recording mode (Selecting a sound quality) The POCKETRAK CX enables you to record audio in MP3 or PCM (WAV) format. In PCM mode, non-compressed audio data will be recorded. In MP3 mode, compressed audio data will be recorded.

  • Page 17: Changing Recording Mode

    Recording Settings Changing Recording mode Press the [MENU/ENTER] button for at least two (2) seconds while the main screen is displayed, press the [VOL +/-] buttons to select [REC MENU] → [REC MODE], then press the [MENU/ENTER] button. Press the [VOL +/-] buttons to select the desired Recording mode option, then press the [MENU/ENTER] button.

  • Page 18: Setting The Recording Eq (equalizer)

    Recording Settings Setting the recording EQ (equalizer) Setting the recording EQ enables to record the audio of the desired tonal quality by boosting the lower or higher frequency ranges. You can use the recording EQ only when recording audio to folders A – D and when the ALC function is turned off.

  • Page 19: Selecting A Recording Eq Option

    Recording Settings Selecting a recording EQ option Set the [ALC] switch to “OFF.” Press the [FOLDER/A-B REPEAT] button repeatedly to select a folder into which to record. Select a folder from folders A-D. Press the [REC/PAUSE ] button. The unit displays the [STANDBY] indicator. Press and hold down the [MENU/ENTER] button for at least two (2) seconds while the [STANDBY] indicator is displayed.

  • Page 20: Customizing The Recording Eq

    Recording Settings Customizing the recording EQ The USER recording EQ enables you to customize the level of five EQ bands. Select “USER” while the recording EQ screen is dis- played. Refer to steps 1-5 in the “Selecting a recording EQ option”...

  • Page 21: Setting The Recording Peak Limiter

    Recording Settings Setting the recording peak limiter When the recording peak limiter is set to ON, the recorder reduces sound distortion by automat- ically adjusting excessive peaks. It is recommended that you set the limiter to ON when you are recording audio.

  • Page 22: Vas (voice Activated System) Recording

    Recording Settings VAS (Voice Activated System) recording When the VAS recording function is turned on, if the unit is in recording pause mode, the unit will automatically start to record as soon as it detects audio at a level above a certain threshold. The unit will pause recording when the detected audio level falls below the threshold.

  • Page 23: Setting The Auto Divide Function (auto Divide)

    Recording Settings Setting the Auto Divide function (AUTO DIVIDE) If you turn the Auto Divide function on when recording a line source, such as tracks from a CD player, the unit automatically detects a silent pause between tracks and records each track as an individual file.

  • Page 24: Recording With The Self Timer

    Recording Settings Recording with the self timer You can specify the time duration from the press of the [REC/PAUSE ] button until the start of recording. This function is useful when you need some time to prepare. For example, you may wish to practice your musical instrument until the actual recording starts.

  • Page 25: Changing The Led Setting

    Recording Settings Changing the LED setting During recording or playback, the LED indicator lights up in red or green by default (the REC/ PLAY option). However, you can set the LED indicator so that it will not light up during recording or playback (the OFF option).

  • Page 26: Playback

    Playback Playback Playing back files The POCKETRAK CX plays back MP3 and WMA format files in addition to WAV format files recorded on the unit. To play back a file recorded on the unit, select a folder from the VOICE (A- D) folders or the LINE (L) folder.

  • Page 27: Playing Back Tracks From The Playlist

    Playback Press the [STOP/ESC ] button to stop playback. Press the [PLAY/SPEED ] button again to resume playback. Hint: · You can play the files in each folder from the list screen (see page Playing back tracks from the Playlist Hint: ·...

  • Page 28: Fast Forwarding And Fast Reversing

    Playback • MUSIC (M) folder Bit rate (MP3, WMA), frequency (PCM) File number/ File format Total number of files Elapsed playback time Playlist/folder playback indicator Status indicator : Playing back tracks from a folder located one hierarchy level below the M folder Track/file name : Playing back tracks from a folder located two hierarchy levels below the M folder...

  • Page 29: Playback Settings

    Playback Settings Playback Settings Changing the playback speed You can decrease or increase the playback speed, if necessary. This is useful if you want to listen carefully to complex musical parts or to skip quickly through unimportant parts of a recorded meeting.

  • Page 30: Playing Back Specific Sections Of A Track

    Playback Settings Playing back specific sections of a track You can specify and quickly locate a desired section of a track in three ways. This can be useful if you want to skip unimportant parts during playback or to repeat playback of a particular portion of the file.

  • Page 31: Using The A-b Repeat Playback Function

    Playback Settings Using the A-B Repeat playback function During playback, you can specify a part of a file that you want to play repeatedly (from point A to point B). During playback, press the [FOLDER/A-B REPEAT] button at the desired start point (A) for A-B Repeat playback.

  • Page 32: Playing Back The Same Track Repeatedly

    Playback Settings Note: · During A-B Repeat playback, the Phrase playback function remains effective between points A and B. · If the specified number of seconds exceeds the time between the current playback point and the beginning of the file, the unit will play back from the beginning of the file. ·...

  • Page 33: Playing Back With Less Noise (clear Voice)

    Playback Settings Press the [STOP/ESC ] button twice. The unit displays the main screen with the Repeat mode indicator in the lower- right corner. RANDOM Press the [PLAY/SPEED ] button. The unit will perform the selected Repeat playback. To cancel Repeat playback, select [OFF] as the Repeat playback mode. Hint: ·...

  • Page 34: Setting The Sound Eq (equalizer) (applicable Only To The M And L Folders)

    Playback Settings Setting the sound EQ (equalizer) (applicable only to the M and L folders) You can set the sound EQ to adjust the overall tone of music. The function is available only when you play back files in the LINE (L) or MUSIC (M) folder through the headphones. About the sound EQ options The POCKETRAK CX offers six sound EQ presets and one USER EQ option (which enables you to cut and boost five bands individually to suit your preference).

  • Page 35: Selecting A Sound Eq Option

    Playback Settings Selecting a sound EQ option Press the [MENU/ENTER] button for at least two (2) seconds while the main screen is displayed, select [PLAY MENU] → [SOUND EQ], then press the [MENU/ENTER] button. Press the [ ] buttons to select the desired sound EQ option.

  • Page 36: Customizing The Sound Eq Option

    Playback Settings Customizing the sound EQ option The USER sound EQ option enables you to adjust the level of five EQ bands. Select “USER” as the sound EQ. Refer to steps 1 and 2 in the “Selecting a sound EQ option”...

  • Page 37: Editing Files

    Editing Files Editing Files Dividing files You can divide any file recorded and stored in the VOICE (A-D) folders or LINE (L) folder into two pieces. This feature enables you to remove an unwanted part of a recording while retaining the part you wish to keep.

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    Editing Files ■ File names after division Before division The file name is Dividing a file automatically changed. After division For example, if you divide a file named “IC_A_001.MP3”, a new file named “IC_A_002.MP3” will be created. If the new file has the same name as a file that already exists in the folder, the new file will keep the name, and the existing file will be renamed automatically.

  • Page 39: Using The Fade In And Fade Out Effects

    Editing Files Using the fade in and fade out effects The POCKETRAK CX enables you to apply fade in and fade out effects to the files recorded in PCM (WAV) format. The fade in effect raises gradually the volume level of the first four seconds of the file.

  • Page 40: Applying The Fade Out Effect

    Editing Files If you are satisfied with the file after auditioning and wish to save it, press the [VOL +/-] buttons to select [SAVE], then press the [MENU/ENTER] button. The file with the fade in effect will overwrite the original file. If you do not wish to overwrite the original file, select [CANCEL], then press the [MENU/ENTER] button.

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    Editing Files Press the [ ] buttons to select the file from which you want to delete index marks, then press the [MENU/ENTER] button. The selected file number flashes. Press the [VOL +/-] buttons to select [YES], then press the [MENU/ENTER] button. The unit displays the message “DELETING…”...

  • Page 42: Deleting

    Deleting Deleting Managing the Recycle Bin If you delete a file on the recorder while the Recycle Bin function is active, the file will be moved to the Recycle Bin ( ) folder temporarily so that you can restore it later if necessary. If you delete a file or folder on the recorder while the Recycle Bin function is turned off, the file will be deleted completely and you will be unable to restore it.

  • Page 43: Playing Back A File In The Recycle Bin Folder

    Deleting • The Recycle Bin folder contains files. File number/Total number of files in the Recycle Bin folder Original folder that contained the file prior to deletion File number prior to deletion The files moved into the Recycle Bin will be renamed automatically (see page 59).

  • Page 44: Emptying The Recycle Bin Folder

    Deleting Note: · A file restored from the Recycle Bin will be renamed automatically and added to the end of the file list in the original folder (see page 38). · If the recorder displays the message “FOLDER FULL!,” the original folder contains the maximum number of files allowed.

  • Page 45: Deleting A Selected File

    Deleting Deleting a selected file You can delete a single file from a folder. IMPORTANT • If you delete a file while the Recycle Bin function is turned off (see page 42), you will be unable to restore it. Be sure to check the content of a file before you delete it. •...

  • Page 46: Deleting All Files From A Folder

    Deleting Deleting all files from a folder You can delete all files from a selected folder. IMPORTANT • If you delete all files from the selected folder while the Recycle Bin function is turned off (see page 42), you will be unable to restore them. Be sure to check the contents of a folder before you delete the files.

  • Page 47: Using The Timer Functions

    Using the Timer Functions Using the Timer Functions Programming Timer recording Timer recording enables you to set the recorder so that it will start recording at the specified time. Before you proceed, make sure that the current date and time on the unit have been set correctly (see page Press the [MENU/ENTER] button for at least two (2)

  • Page 48: Programming The Alarm

    Using the Timer Functions Press the [STOP/ESC ] button twice. The recorder displays the main screen. Note: · The crossed-out timer indicator ( ) means that Timer recording is unavailable due to one of the following reasons: - There is no available recording time. - The specified folder contains 199 files.

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    Using the Timer Functions Specify the alarm time ([ALARM TIME]). Press the [ ] buttons to select the hour or minute, use the [VOL +/-] buttons to set the value, then press the [MENU/ENTER] button. Press the [VOL +/-] buttons to select [BEEP] or [MUSIC] as the alarm sound, then press the [MENU/ENTER] button.

  • Page 50: About The Menu Settings

    About the Menu Settings About the Menu Settings Menu and menu item list Menu items are categorized into three main menus: [REC MENU] (Recording settings), [PLAY MENU] (Playback settings) and [COMMON MENU] (Global settings). ■ [REC MENU] (Recording settings) Reference Menu items Description page...

  • Page 51: Setting The Menu Options

    About the Menu Settings Setting the menu options The following section explains how to set the menu items. The example here explains how to select “MP3 128kbps” for the Recording mode. Press and hold down the [MENU/ENTER] button for at least two (2) seconds while the main screen is displayed.

  • Page 52: Turning The Beep Sound On Or Off

    About the Menu Settings Turning the beep sound on or off You can set the recorder so that it will make a beep sound when you operate the buttons or if you make an operational error. Procedure: Press the [MENU/ENTER] button for at least two (2) seconds while the main screen is displayed, press the [VOL +/-] buttons to select [COMMON MENU] →...

  • Page 53: Adjusting The Lcd Contrast

    About the Menu Settings Adjusting the LCD contrast You can adjust the LCD contrast on a scale of ten (10). Press the [MENU/ENTER] button for at least two (2) sec- onds while the main screen is displayed, press the [VOL +/-] buttons to select [COMMON MENU] →...

  • Page 54: Using The Pocketrak Cx With A Computer

    Using the POCKETRAK CX with a Computer Using the POCKETRAK CX with a Computer You can transfer audio files stored on the microSD card to a computer by connecting the recorder to the computer via an included USB cable. Transferred files are compatible for playback with Windows Media Player and iTunes, and can be edited using the included “Cubase AI”...

  • Page 55: Disconnecting The Recorder From Your Computer

    Using the POCKETRAK CX with a Computer Once the recorder is recognized by the computer, the following display appears on the screen. Transmitting to/ Connected to PC from PC Precautions when using the USB terminal Be sure to observe the following points when connecting the recorder to a computer's USB interface.

  • Page 56: Troubleshooting (windows Vista/xp)

    [Continue] to open the “Device Manager” window. Expand “Disk drives” and “Universal Serial Bus controllers.” “Disk drives” must include “Yamaha Pocketrak USB Device” and “Universal Serial Bus con- trollers” must include the device name for the USB Mass Storage Device.

  • Page 57: About Files And Folders

    Using the POCKETRAK CX with a Computer About files and folders From a connected computer, you can manage the recorder’s files that are stored in folders. You can also transfer audio files from the recorder to a computer to save them, or from a com- puter to the recorder for playback.

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    Using the POCKETRAK CX with a Computer • MUSIC This folder stores music and other audio files transferred from a connected com- puter. To play back the transferred files, the files must be in MP3 or WMA format or WAV files that were recorded on the unit.

  • Page 59: About The File Naming Rules

    Using the POCKETRAK CX with a Computer ■ Folder structure of the POCKETRAK CX VOICE (A-D) folders: Store audio files recorded on the unit. Each folder accommodates up to 199 files. LINE (L) folder: Stores files recorded via the line input. Accommodates up to 199 files.

  • Page 60: Transferring Audio Files From The Recorder To A Computer

    Using the POCKETRAK CX with a Computer Transferring audio files from the recorder to a computer ■ Windows: Connect the recorder to a computer. Open [My Computer] from the [Start] menu. Double-click [Removable Disk]. Double-click the “VOICE” folder. Double-click the folder (A-D) that contains the file that you wish to load to your computer.

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    Using the POCKETRAK CX with a Computer Right-click [Burn] in the menu bar, then select [Audio CD] or [Data CD]. Audio files are converted to CD-DA format and copied to a CD-R/RW disc. [Audio CD] You can play the disc on a CD-R compatible CD player in your home or car. Audio files (MP3 or PCM) are copied to a CD-R/RW disc without conversion.

  • Page 62: Using The Pocketrak Cx As A Music Player

    · Copying commercially-available music data is strictly prohibited except for your per- sonal use. · Yamaha makes no representations or warranties with regard to the content of files, and cannot be held responsible for the failure of transfers or downloads, or for damage or erasure of music files due to malfunction of the unit or your computer.

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    Using the POCKETRAK CX as a Music Player Click [Rip] in the menu bar. Click Check Click Insert a music CD into the computer’s CD-ROM drive. Note: · If your computer has access to the Internet, the system will automatically obtain and display music information related to the CD.

  • Page 64: Transferring Music Files To The Pocketrak Cx (sync Function)

    Using the POCKETRAK CX as a Music Player Transferring music files to the POCKETRAK CX (Sync func- tion) You can transfer audio files (ripped from a music CD to a computer) to the recorder for playback. For information on how to rip a music CD, refer to the “Ripping CDs (Creating compatible music files from music CDs)”...

  • Page 65

    Using the POCKETRAK CX as a Music Player Drag and drop the desired music files from the Library pane in the left col- umn of the window to the Sync List pane in the right column of the window. Click Click [Start Sync].

  • Page 66: Playing Back Tracks In A Specific Sequence

    Using the POCKETRAK CX as a Music Player Playing back tracks in a specific sequence Creating a Playlist You can create a Playlist to play back tracks in a desired sequence. The recorder supports playlist files that are in M3U format with the extension “.m3u”. An M3U format file stores multimedia playlists that specify the location of media files (such as MP3 files).

  • Page 67: Importing Audio Files Into Cubase Ai

    Importing Audio Files into Cubase AI Importing Audio Files into Cubase AI The POCKETRAK CX ships with a DVD disc that contains the DAW software “Cubase AI.” You can use this software to edit and mix audio files. This section explains how to install Cubase AI and import audio files.

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    Importing Audio Files into Cubase AI Step 3. Importing audio data into Cubase AI Launch Cubase AI. Windows: Click [Start] → [All Program] → [Steinberg Cubase AI 4] → [Cubase AI 4] to launch the program. Note: · If the “ASIO Multimedia” dialog window appears, click [Yes]. Macintosh: Double-click the [Application] →...

  • Page 69

    Importing Audio Files into Cubase AI When the directory selection dialog window appears, select the folder to which the project and audio files for the project are to be stored, and click [OK]. An empty project window with 4 stereo and 8 monaural tracks will appear. Project window Mixer window Transport panel...

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    Importing Audio Files into Cubase AI Go to [File] menu → [Import] → [Audio File] → [My Computer] → “Remov- able Disk”, then click [Open]. Select an audio file to import from the folder, then click [Open]. Note: · If the “Import Options” dialog box appears, select the desired options, then click [OK]. To save the project file, select [Save] from the [File] menu, enter a file name, then save the file.

  • Page 71: Recharging The Eneloop

    Recharging the eneloop Recharging the eneloop WARNING • Recharge the eneloop at an ambient temperature of between 5 and 35 degrees Cel- sius (41 and 95 degrees Fahrenheit). • Be sure to close the battery cover before you start recharging. Make sure that the eneloop battery is inserted in the recorder.

  • Page 72: Appendix

    Appendix Appendix Error messages The following table explains the error messages that you may see during operation of the POCK- ETRAK CX. Unit status or Error message Description function LOW BATTERY! The alkaline battery is exhausted. Replace REPLACE BATTERY the battery with a new one. Low battery LOW BATTERY! The eneloop is exhausted.

  • Page 73

    Appendix Unit status or Error message Description function CANNOT FADE IN! The file is too short in duration (four seconds FILE TOO SHORT! or less) to apply the fade in effect. CANNOT The file is too short in duration (four seconds FADE OUT! or less) to apply the fade out effect.

  • Page 74: Troubleshooting

    Appendix Troubleshooting The unit does not operate. Battery is not inserted properly or is exhausted. Possible cause Reinsert the battery correctly. Corrective action Recharge the eneloop or replace with a new alkaline battery (see page 71). Buttons do not work. The Hold function is set.

  • Page 75

    Appendix No sound. The volume is turned down too low. Possible cause Use the [VOL +/-] button to adjust the volume level. Corrective action Files in the VOICE (A-D) folders cannot be played. The file name is wrong. Possible cause If you change the file name on a computer, then move the file back to the VOICE (A-D) folder, you cannot play the file on the unit.

  • Page 76

    If the computer does not recognize the unit, try connecting it again. If you connect the unit to any computer other than those supported by the Corrective action unit, Yamaha will not guarantee the operation of the unit (see page 54).

  • Page 77

    Appendix When the unit is connected to the computer, the unit does not display the “Connected” icon. The unit is not connected to the computer correctly. Possible cause In some cases, the unit may not display the “Connected” icon or may not be recognized when it is connected to a computer.

  • Page 78: Faq

    Q: May I use a manganese battery ? A: Do not use a manganese battery or NiCad battery. You may use an oxyride battery, but Yamaha will not guarantee the operation. (The battery life would be about the same as that of alkaline batteries.)

  • Page 79

    Appendix Q: I cannot play a recorded file that was stored on the computer and transferred back to the unit. A: You may have changed the file name on the computer. If you change the file name, the file will not play, even if it is transferred back into the VOICE or LINE folder. However, you will be able to play the file if you transfer it into the MUSIC folder.

  • Page 80: Specifications

    Appendix Specifications Windows Vista, XP Professional/Home Edition Supported OS Mac OS X 10.4, 10.5 Supported media microSD/SDHC card PCM 48 kHz: Approx. 2hr.50min. PCM 44.1 kHz: Approx. 3hr.5min. MP3 320 kbps: Approx. 13hr.35min. Recording mode and available recording time (with the included MP3 192 kbps: Approx.

  • Page 81

    Yamaha Corp. reserves the right to change or modify products or specifications at any time without prior notice. Since specifications, equipment or options may not be the same in every locale, please check with your Yamaha dealer. POCKETRAK CX Reference Manual...

  • Page 82: Index

    Appendix Index Symbols ............... button EDIT/PHRASE button ................ button Editing Files .......... Eneloop ......EQ (equalizer) ......A-B Repeat playback ........Error messages ..........Alarm ......External audio device ..... ALC (Auto Level Control) ......External microphone ......ALC ON/OFF switch ........

  • Page 83

    Simple recording ..... Recording EQ (equalizer) ........Recording level ......Recording mode ....Recording peak limiter ........Recycle Bin ......Repeat playback U.R.G., Pro Audio & Digital Musical Instrument Division, Yamaha Corporation POCKETRAK CX Reference Manual © 2008 Yamaha Corporation 904IP-C0...

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