Operate in the order of the numbers in the illustration.
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
3 Insert the blank tape with side A facing out into deck B, and
(direction) button to select the side to be
4 Select the REVERSE MODE.
5 Press to ''00 00''. (Deck B)
6 Press the SYNCHRO DUBBING (NORM or HIGH SPEED)
button to start dubbing.
7 Press the
(stop) button of deck B to stop dubbing.
When deck B stops, the dubbing mode is automatically
Synchro record muting
When deck A stops or enters any mode other than the play-
back mode during dubbing, deck B enters the record mute
operation automatically and then enters the record-pause
STANDBY / ON
Before pressing the SYNCHRO DUBBING button
Confirm that deck B is in the stop mode before starting dub-
Dubbing and DOLBY NR button
During dubbing, the same NR mode selected for the playback
cassette is applied to the recording cassette, regardless of the
setting of the NR button.
Recording is performed at the same level as the playback tape
during dubbing regardless of the position of the INPUT LEVEL
Microphone mixing during dubbing
By connecting a microphone, microphone mixing during dubbing
is possible with the playback sounds from deck A. Be sure to
perform dubbing at normal speed. When performing microphone
mixing during dubbing, use cassettes recorded with NR OFF
mode for the deck A.
1. Press the
REC/REC MUTE button when finished dubbing
a tune. Deck B automatically enters the record muting mode
and leaves a non-recorded section of about 4-seconds then
enters the record-paused mode.
2. Press the
(stop) button of deck A and search for the next
tune you want by using the
stop the cassette just before the beginning of the tune.
3. Press the same SYNCHRO DUBBING button pressed
before the pause again, and dubbing will start.
Notes at dubbing
1. Normal-speed dubbing is recommended to obtain good
2. Television receivers placed close to the deck may cause
interference on the recorded signal when the deck is used in
the high-speed dubbing mode. If this happens, either turn off
the television receiver or use the normal-speed dubbing
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or PLAY button. Then