Audio Dubbing (DV mode only)
The audio track of a tape recorded in DV format can
be customized only when recorded in the 12-bit and
SP modes. (
Open the cover.
Play back the tape to locate the point where
editing will start, then press PAUSE (9).
While holding A. DUB (D) on the remote
control, press PAUSE (9). The "9D" and "MIC"
Press PLAY (U), then begin "narrating". Speak
into the microphone.
To pause dubbing, press PAUSE (9).
To end Audio Dubbing, press PAUSE (9), then
To hear the sound during Audio Dubbing...
Connect optional headphones to the headphone
connector or use the S2, AUDIO(L/R), VIDEO
connector, and set "DV NARR." to the desired mode;
• "OFF" for the playback sound.
• "ON" for the dubbed sound.
• "MIX" for the playback and dubbed sound.
To hear the dubbed sound during playback...
Set "DV NARR." to "ON" or "MIX". (
USING THE REMOTE CONTROL UNIT (cont.)
pg. 28, 29)
When editing onto a tape that was recorded at
12-bit, the old and new soundtracks are recorded
If you dub onto a blank space on the tape, the
sound may be disrupted. Make sure you only edit
If feedback or howling occurs during TV playback,
move the microphone away from the TV, or turn
down the TV's volume.
If you change from 12-bit to 16-bit in mid-
recording and then use the tape for Audio
Dubbing, it is not effective from the point where
16-bit recording began.
During Audio Dubbing, when the tape moves to
scenes recorded in the LP mode, scenes recorded
in 16-bit audio or a blank portion, Audio Dubbing
To perform Audio Dubbing while watching on the
television, make connections. (
To perform Audio Dubbing with a video unit
connected to the player's S2, AUDIO(L/R), VIDEO
connector, first set "S/AV INPUT" to "ON" in
VIDEO Menu. (
pg. 28, 29)
The "AUX" indication appears instead of "MIC".