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Combining Two Tracks - Kenwood MDX-F1 Instruction Manual

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Combining two tracks

Use the following procedure to combine two
tracks into one by deleting a track number.After
this operation, the track numbers of tracks lo-
cated after the combined tracks are decreased
automatically.
Select the "MD" input. (Perform the operations in the following procedure while the display is blinking.) *
1
Select "COMBINE ?".
"COMBINE ?" cannot be selected if the track being played is the first track of the disc.
1 Press the TRACK EDIT key and
select "COMBINE?".
TRACK EDIT
2 Press the SET key.
SET
If you combine tracks during playback, go to step 3.
÷ To combine two tracks during playback, press the TRACK EDIT key while the second track is being played.
2
Select the track to be combined.
Select the movement destination track number and
press the SET key.
1
4
¢
P.CALL
To decrease
To increase
track No.
track No.
3
Enter the track combination.
ENTER
4
After editing, eject and remove the mini disc.
With the MD, information is written in the disc when
the ejection operation is performed after editing. Af-
ter title input or editing, be sure to eject the minidisc
so that the data is written in it by "WRITING".
(TRACK COMBINE)
To abort operation, press the TRACK EDIT key again.
When pressed in stop mode
Each press switches the operation.
1 MOVE ?
2 COMBINE ?
3 ALL ERASE ?
4 (Editing cancelled)
When pressed in play mode
1 DIVIDE ?
2 COMBINE ?
3 ERASE ?
4 (Editing cancelled)
2
SET
Image of track combining
A
B
A
B
- - - +
0 0 2 +
÷ The track which will be the first half of the track after
combination should be longer than 2 seconds.
÷ The combined track will be given the track number and
title of the track which has become the first half after
combination. The track numbers of subsequent tracks
are corrected automatically.
C O M P L E T E
The "WRITING" display indicates that the recorded 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 completion of
"WRITING", the recorded and/or edited data may be lost.
Contents
MD Edit Functions
MDX-F1 (EN)
C
D
E
F
C
E
F
- - -
?
MD EDIT
0 0 3
?
MD EDIT
!
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