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Timer Operations; Timer Recording; Timer Playback - Yamaha MDX-596 Owner's Manual

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With a commercially available audio timer, it is possible
to make recordings and initiate playback automatically
at any time.
Make sure that all power cord connections between the
timer and amplifier/receiver are properly made.
For details, refer to the instructions of your audio timer.
No change in any of the other connections between the
recorder and amplifier/receiver, etc., is necessary.
NATURAL SOUND MINIDISC RECORDER MDX–596
POWER
EJECT
TIMER
OFF
REC
PLAY
RANDOM
S/F REPEAT A–B
DISPLAY
SCROLL
TITLE
TIMER

Timer Recording

1
Turn on the power of each component, then set
your tuner to the station you want to record.
2
Set this unit's recording options.
Select digital or analog inputs, auto or manual marking,
stereo or mono recording and then set the recording level.
3
Turn down the volume on your amplifier/
receiver.
This has no effect on the recording level.
4
Set the timer to the times at which you want to
start and stop recording.
We recommend setting the timer to start a few minutes
before and stop a few minutes after the actual broadcast to
leave some room for later editing.
5
Set TIMER to REC.
When the preset time arrives, the timer turns on the
components (amplifier/receiver, tuner and MD recorder)
and the MD recorder starts to record. When the stop time
arrives, the timer stops the recording by turning off the
components.
Notes
• When recording to a blank MD, recording starts from the
beginning. When recording to a previously recorded MD,
recording starts from the end of the last track.
• Set TIMER to OFF when not using the timer recording
function. If the power is turned on (by pressing POWER,
plugging in the power cord, etc.) when TIMER is set to
REC, the MD recorder will start recording automatically.
• When timer recording is performed, the recorded contents
are not written to the MD until the the unit is turned on
again. When the unit is turned on, "TOC Writing" appears
in the display. While this message appears, do not subject
the unit to shock or vibration or turn off the power.
• During timer recording, recording is stopped when there is
no remaining recording time on the MD.

TIMER OPERATIONS

DIGITAL
ANALOG
REC LEVEL
+
REC LEVEL
PHONES
CHARA.
DELETE
EDIT
SET
SEARCH
INPUT
CANCEL
ENTER
0
10

Timer Playback

1
Turn on the amplifier/receiver and adjust the
volume and tone controls.
2
Set the input mode selector of your amplifier/
receiver to MD.
3
Set the timer to the times at which you want to
start and stop playback.
REC
4
Set TIMER to PLAY.
LEVEL
0
10
When the preset time arrives, the timer turns on the
components (amplifier/receiver and MD recorder) and the
MD recorder starts to play. When the stop time arrives, the
timer stops the playback by turning off the components.
Notes
• Playback always starts from the beginning of the MD.
• Set TIMER to OFF when not using the timer play
function. If the power is turned on (by pressing POWER,
plugging in the power cord, etc.) when TIMER is set to
PLAY, the MD recorder will start to play and may cause a
sudden output at high volume.
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