Component PHONES PITCH CONTROL MIX LEVEL POWER SLOW FAST DECK A STANDBY / ON (B version) INSTRUCTIONS TD-W354 DOUBLE CASSETTE DECK DOLBY B-C NR HX PRO AUTO REVERSE COMPU CALIBRATION PLAYBACK AUTO REVERSE REC/PLAYBACK COMPULINK PLAY Component POWER DOLBY NR REVERSE...
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INTRODUCTION Thank you for purchasing a JVC product. Read this instruction book carefully before operating to be sure of getting optimum performance and longer service life from the unit. CONTENTS Features ... 3 Auto reverse operation ... 3 Cautions ... 3 Connections ...
(Pour le CANADA) ATTENTION POUR EVITER LES CHOCS ELECTRIQUES, INTRODUIRE LA LAME LA PLUS LARGE DE LA FICHE DANS LA BORNE CORRESPONDANTE DE LA PRISE ET POUSSER JUSQU’AU FOND. 9) Do not insert any metallic objects into the unit. 10) Unplug the power cord when there is a possibility of light- ning.
1. When making synchronized recordings, only a single deck should be connected to the amplifier. 2. If a component is not a JVC COMPU LINK component, bypass it when making the remote cable connections. 3. This deck can be connected with an amplifier and a CD player which have the COMPU LINK-1/SYNCHRO jacks for COMPU LINK performance.
NAMES OF PARTS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS TD-W354 DOUBLE CASSETTE DECK TD-W354 DOUBLE CASSETTE DECK AUTO REVERSE PLAYBACK PLAYBACK PITCH CONTROL COMPULINK COMPULINK Component Component POWER POWER STANDBY / ON (B version) (J version) POWER switch ( POWER switch (On/Standby) (J version)
5 6 7 i Cassette operation buttons (deck B) : Press to wind the tape quickly from right to left. : Press to wind the tape quickly from left to right. (stop) : Press to stop the tape. Also press to stop both decks simultaneously during dub- bing.
PITCH CONTROL (deck A) It is possible to vary the tape speed in deck A in the range of about ±10% in the playback mode. The center click position is for the standard tape speed. MULTI MUSIC SCAN The multi music scan mechanism of this unit allows you to •...
(side B), only side B is played back or recorded and then the tape stops automatically. DDRP (Dynamics Detection Recording Processor) record- DDRP recording is performed with suitable JVC CD players and the recording level adjustment is performed automatically. Since recording level adjustment is performed automatically for different types of tape (normal, CrO of INPUT LEVEL control is not required.
MICROPHONE MIXING DURING RECORDING By connecting a microphone, microphone mixing during record- ing is possible by following the recording procedure. Adjust the microphone input level by setting the record-pause mode and observing the peak level indicators. • When the record-pause mode is set and the INPUT LEVEL control is set to MIN, sounds are output only from the micro- phone, and it can be used as a public address system.
DDRP (Dynamics Detection Recording Processor) record- The DDRP function makes possible fully automatic recording when used with a suitable JVC CD player. When the DDRP but- ton of a suitable JVC CD player is pressed, the recording level is first adjusted automatically, then recording starts; it is not nec- essary to start recording by the normal procedure.
DUBBING • Synchro dubbing Operate in the order of the numbers in the illustration. POWER STANDBY / ON (B version) REVERSE MODE A B SYNCHRO DUBBING NORM SPEED HIGH SPEED 1 Turn the power on. 2 Insert a prerecorded tape with side A facing out into deck A, and press the (direction) button to select the travel direction.
MAINTENANCE The importance of cleaning When the tape is moving, magnetic powder and dust naturally accumulate on the heads, capstan and pinch roller. When they become too dirty. tone quality deteriorates. • the output sound level drops. • the previous sound is not erased satisfactorily. •...
TROUBLESHOOTING What appears to be trouble is not always real trouble. Make sure first... 1. Cassette cannot be loaded. • Is the cassette positioned correctly? 2. When PLAY button is pressed, tape does not move. • Is the tape too loosely wound? 3.
SPECIFICATIONS Type : Double cassette deck Track system : 4-track, 2-channel Tape speed : 4.8 cm/sec (1-7/8 inch/sec) (Normal) 9.5 cm/sec (3-3/4 inch/sec) (High) Frequency : (–20 dB recording) response Type IV tape ; 20–17,000 Hz Type II tape ; 20–16,000 Hz Type I tape S/N ratio : 58 dB (S = 315 Hz, k3 = 3%,...