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Selecting The Recording Sound Quality; Dividing The Recorded File Automatically - Kenwood K-531 Instruction Manual

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Selecting the recording sound quality

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Dividing the recorded file automatically

You can divide the file during recording from a tuner or an external
component, etc. automatically with 15 or 30 minute intervals.
You can select the dividing time for each input source.
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Recording sound quality setting affects all input sources.
Recording stops automatically if...
– you turn off the System.
– the USB device run out of space.
– the number of files/folders on the USB device reaches the limit for the number that the System
can recognize.
When you divide the file, short silence is inserted between tracks during playback.
The recorded files are saved in the "KWD" folder which is created automatically on the root of the
USB device.
Press [CD £¥8 ], [TUNER/BAND ], [AUDIO IN], or [ AUX] to
select an input source.
Press [MODE].
Press [ 2 ] or [ 3 ] to select "REC FORMAT", then press
[ENTER].
Press [ 5 ] or [ ∞ ] to select the recording sound quality,
then press [ENTER].
SQ
Records with normal quality (bit rate: 128 kbps)
HQ
Records with high quality (bit rate: 192 kbps)
Press [TUNER/BAND ], [AUDIO IN], or [ AUX] to select the
input source.
Press [MODE].
Press [ 2 ] or [ 3 ] to select "AUTO DIVIDE", then press
[ENTER].
Press [ 5 ] or [ ∞ ] to select the interval for dividing the file,
then press [ENTER].
OFF
Divide the file manually. The file is divided at the point
you press [ENTER].
15 min. The file is divided every 15 minutes.
30 min. The file is divided every 30 minutes.
You can divide the file manually by pressing [ENTER] even though
"15 min." or "30 min." is selected.
USB recording
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