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Analog Recording - Kenwood DX-7 Instruction Manual

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Analog recording
Use the separately sold AID converter (BP-A7),
First load a tape into the unit (see page 14),
Operation is possible with either the main unit or the remote controller,
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Connect the unit, (See page 13)
Set the [MIG/LINE IN] switch to "LINE" when
recording from a LINE input or to "MIG" when
recording from a microphone.
Press the [REG] button.
When starting recording from the begin-
ning of the tape, the unit automatically cre-
ates a 5-second blank section and then
enters record-standby mode.
Adjust the recording level using the AID
converter unit.
If the microphone volume is too high, set
the "MIG (ATT)' , switch to "20 dB".
Press the [PLAY/REPEAT] button to start
recording.
You can also start recording by pressing
the [PAUSE] button.
To stop recording, refer to page 20.
During record-standby mode, the record-
ing level is displayed.
Set the level so that it does not enter the
"OVER" area even when the sound is the
loudest.
When you want to check the recording
level, press the [PLAY/REPEAT] button.
Press the button again to return to the
elapsed time display.
If the recording level enters the "OVER"
area during recording, the time d'isplay
changes to the recording level display for
about one second. If this occurs, lower the
recording level slightly.
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