Pause the recording
÷ The track number is incremented by "1". Press the
key again to resume recording.
÷ Recording can also be started by pressing the "MD
Stop the recording
In regard to track numbers at the time of recording
When a part without sound continues for 2 sec. or
more during recording, the track number is automati-
cally increased by "1" when the next sound enters.
When classic music continues with low sound, the
track number may be increased by "1". (The track
number is not increased during recording of the tape
or tuner input.)
The erroneously set track number can be erased later.
When it is desired to increase the track No. during
recording, press the TRACK EDIT key during record-
ing to record a track No. at that position.
The track numbers are used at the time of playback to
find the start of tracks, for programming, etc.
÷ With digital recording from a CD, the track number is
increased when the track changes.
In regard to display messages
Recording is not possible when one of the following messages is displayed.
: The minidisc is full.
"PROTECTED" : The write protect tab is open.
: The minidisc is only for playback.
Press during recording.
1 3 0
0 0 1
R 5 4 : 3 2
The recordable time for the MD is displayed.
The "WRITING" display indicates that the re-
corded and edited data are written in the MD. Be
careful not to apply impact to the unit during it.
If the power cord is unplugged before comple-
tion of "WRITING", the recorded and/or edited
data may be lost.
At the time of recording from a CD, the track
number may be incremented when CD playback
starts. This occurs because of a signal included in
the digital signal from the CD. Delete unwanted
track numbers under reference to "TRACK ERASE
or ALL ERASE".
\ Erase unrequired tracks.
\ Close it.
\ Insert a recordable disc.