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MINIDISC RECORDER
XM-G6
SAMPLING RATE CONVERTER
M I N I D I S C
R E C O R D E R
X M - G 6
REC PAUSE
REC
INSTRUCTIONS
For Customer Use:
Enter below the Model No. and Serial
No. which are located either on the rear,
bottom or side of the cabinet. Retain this
information for future reference.
Model No.
Serial No.
LVT0378-002A
[B]

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    MINIDISC RECORDER XM-G6 SAMPLING RATE CONVERTER M I N I D I S C R E C O R D E R X M - G 6 REC PAUSE INSTRUCTIONS For Customer Use: Enter below the Model No. and Serial No.

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    10 cm or more. Front view 1 cm 15 cm AX-UXG6 XT-UXG6R TD-UXG6 XM-G6 Warnings, Cautions and Others 15 cm 1 cm 15 cm 10 cm Side view 15 cm...

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    1 CLASSIFICATION LABEL, PLACED ON REAR ENCLOSURE CLASS LASER PRODUCT 1. CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT 2. DANGER: Invisible laser radiation when open and interlock failed or defeated. Avoid direct exposure to beam. 3. CAUTION: Do not open the top cover. There are no user serviceable parts inside the Unit; leave all servicing to qualified service personnel.

  • Page 4: Introduction

    We would like to thank you for purchasing one of our JVC products. Before operating this unit, read this manual carefully and thoroughly to obtain the best possible performance from your unit, and retain this manual for future reference. Welcome to XM-G6 XM-G6 is MiniDisc Recorder exclusively designed for UX- G6R micro component system.

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Introduction ... 1 Welcome to XM-G6 ... 1 Precautions ... 1 Contents ... 2 Location of the Buttons and Controls ... 3 Front Panels ... 4 Remote Control (belongs to UX-G6R) ... 4 Getting Started ... 5 Unpacking ... 5 Connecting the System Control Cable and the External Wire ...

  • Page 6: Location Of The Buttons And Controls

    Location of the Buttons and Controls Become familiar with the buttons and controls on the unit. XM-G6 MiniDisc Recorder REC PAUSE AX-UXG6 Stereo Amplifier (belongs to UX-G6R) Buttons behind the Sliding Panel FM/AM SAMPLING RATE CONVERTER STANDBY/ON M I C R O...

  • Page 7: Front Panels

    Front Panels MiniDisc Recorder XM-G6 1 MD IN lamp (7) 2 MD loading slot (7) 3 REC PAUSE button (12) 4 REC indicator (12) 5 0 (eject) button (8) 6 6 (play/pause) button (8) 7 7 (stop) button (8) Stereo Amplifier...

  • Page 8: Getting Started

    Using the Optical digital cable, connect between XM-G6 unit and XT-UXG6R unit. Protective Plug Now you have finished installation of XM-G6 unit to UX-G6R system. When connecting the XM-G6 MD recorder Make sure to turn off UX-G6R and unplug the AC power cord.

  • Page 9: Connecting Another Digital Audio Equipment

    Connecting Another Digital Audio Equipment For digital audio recording onto an MD, XM-G6 unit connected to UX-G6R system has one more optical digital terminal (OPTICAL DIGITAL IN for AUX), prepared for an external digital audio output equipment. When connecting another digital equipment Make sure to turn off UX-G6R system with XM-G6 unit and unplug the AC power cord.

  • Page 10: Playing Back An Md

    Playing Back an MD REMOTE CONTROL RM-SUXG6R PANEL DIMMER OPEN/CLOSE ACTIVE SLEEP BASS EX. CLOCK/TIMER BASS TREBLE FM MODE PLAY MODE AUTO PRESET REPEAT PTY/EON TITTLE/EDIT ENTER DISPLAY /CHARA. CANCEL < > DOWN TAPE FM/AM VOLUME You can use Normal, Program, Random, or Repeat Play. •...

  • Page 11: Searching And Skipping Tracks

    If the MD or each track has a title The disc title and track titles will be shown at the lower portion of the display window (Title longer than 11 characters scrolls to show the entire title). • DO NOT insert any foreign matters. Press 6 (play/pause) button on the MD recorder or MD 6 (play/pause) button on the remote control.

  • Page 12: Programing The Playing Order Of The Tracks - Program Play

    Continued Programing the Playing Order of the Tracks — Program Play You can arrange the order in which the tracks play before you start playing. You can program up to 32 tracks. Insert an MD. • If the current playing source is not the MD, press 6 (play/pause) button on the MD recorder, then 7 (stop) button before going to the next step.

  • Page 13: Playing At Random - Random Play

    Playing at Random — Random Play The tracks of the loaded MD will play in no special order (at random) when you select this mode. Insert an MD. If the current playing source is not the MD, press 6 (play/pause) button on the MD recorder, then 7 (stop) button before going to the next step.

  • Page 14: Recording Onto An Md

    Recording onto an MD Things to Know Before You Start Recording • It should be noted that it may be unlawful to pre-recorded tapes, records, or discs without the consent of the owner of copy right in the sound or video recording, broadcast or cable program and in any literary, dramatic, or artistic embodied therein.

  • Page 15: Recording Fm/am (mw/lw) Broadcasts

    DOWN TAPE FM/AM VOLUME XM-G6 allows you to record a variety of audio sources onto an MD using either manual recording or synchronized recording. • When using the buttons behind the sliding panel, press OPEN/CLOSE button on AX-UXG6 to open the sliding panel first.

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    Continued Press 6 (play/pause) button on the MD recorder to start recording. The REC indicator remains lit, and recording starts. • To stop recording temporarily, press REC PAUSE button or 6 (play/pause) button on the MD recorder or MD 6 (play/pause) button on the remote control. •...

  • Page 17: Recording A Cd

    Recording a CD When recording a CD onto an MD, you can record the entire CD or the particular tracks manually and using the synchronized recording. Recording a CD Manually You can start recording an entire CD or any tracks of a CD while listening.

  • Page 18: Recording A Tape

    Continued Recording a Tape When recording from TD-UXG6 cassette deck, you can select one of the two recording methods — Manual Recording (stereo) and Sound Synchronized Recording. • Manual Recording — Sound is recorded in stereo (both on the left and right audio channels). You have to operate the MD recorder and the cassette deck respectively.

  • Page 19: Recording Onto A Tape

    Press ` (playback) button on the cassette deck or TAPE ` (playback) button on the remote control. Once the cassette deck starts playback, the MD recorder detects the audio signals and starts recording. Each time you press DISPLAY/CHARA. button, information switches between the remaining time for the MD and the elapsed time for the MD alternately.

  • Page 20: Recording The External Equipment

    Recording the External Equipment Manually First of all, make sure the proper cable connections between XM-G6 MD recorder and external equipment (see also page 6 in this manual, and refer to UX-G6R’s Instructions pages Insert a recordable MD.

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    MD simultaneously. First of all, make sure the proper cable connections between XM-G6 MD recorder and external equipment (see also page 6 in this manual, and refer to UX-G6R’s Instructions page Insert a recordable MD.

  • Page 22: Editing An Md

    Editing an MD Introducing MD Editing Functions A recorded MD can be edited in many ways. The MD editing functions include dividing, joining, moving, erasing single tracks, erasing the entire disc, and more than one of them can be combined as required. Dividing a track (DIVIDE) : Page 20 This function divides a track by adding a track marking(s) in the desired point(s) in the middle or where you want to...

  • Page 23: Divide Function

    REMOTE CONTROL RM-SUXG6R PANEL DIMMER OPEN/CLOSE ACTIVE SLEEP BASS EX. CLOCK/TIMER BASS TREBLE FM MODE PLAY MODE AUTO PRESET REPEAT PTY/EON TITTLE/EDIT ENTER DISPLAY /CHARA. CANCEL < > DOWN TAPE FM/AM VOLUME • To operate with the buttons behind the sliding panel, press OPEN/CLOSE button on AX-UXG6 to open the sliding panel first.

  • Page 24: Join Function

    Continued • If “TRACK PROTECTED” appears, the selected track has been write-protected by another component. You cannot edit such a protected track. To cancel the editing, press TITLE/EDIT button. Press SET button when you find the point where you want to divide the track. The MD recorder repeats the selected point —...

  • Page 25: Move Function

    MOVE Function This function allows you to move a track to the position you prefer. It is useful to change the order of the tracks as you like. • To quit any time during editing process, press TITLE/ EDIT button. Insert an MD you want to edit into the MD loading slot.

  • Page 26: All Erase Function

    Continued Press ENTER button to finish your selection of tracks to erase. • If you want to cancel the editing, press CANCEL button. Press ENTER button again. Press 0 (eject) button to eject the MD. “WRITING” appears while the editing you have made is being recorded on the MD.

  • Page 27: Assigning Titles To An Md

    Assigning Titles to an MD REMOTE CONTROL RM-SUXG6R PANEL DIMMER OPEN/CLOSE ACTIVE SLEEP BASS EX. CLOCK/TIMER BASS TREBLE FM MODE PLAY MODE AUTO PRESET REPEAT PTY/EON TITTLE/EDIT ENTER DISPLAY /CHARA. CANCEL < > DOWN TAPE FM/AM VOLUME You can assign a name to each MD and to each track. Once a title is assigned, it is displayed in later playback for confirmation.

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    Continued Press SET button to select the track number. Track Number Rotate MULTI JOG dial to select desired track number (or press < / > button on the remote control). Press SET button again to enter the character entry mode. The character sets present 11 characters alphabetically at a time in the upper portion of the display window.

  • Page 29: Changing The Title

    • During Synchronized Recording: You can assign the disc title, and 15 track titles one after another as recording goes on. The track titles you have entered are automatically assigned to the tracks recorded on the MD in sequential order. If you enter 16th track title or more, they are ignored.

  • Page 30: Handling Mds

    Handling MDs MD Handling Precautions To maintain high quality audio for a long period Since the disc is accommodated inside a cartridge, it can be handled easily without caring about dust and dirt. However, to maintain the high audio quality for an extended period, use care in the following points.

  • Page 31: Additional Information

    Additional Information MD Disc Types There are two types of MDs: Premastered (prerecorded) and Recordable (blank). Premastered MDs Premastered MDs, which have been recorded at music studio, can be played back like regular CDs. On an MD of this type, data is recorded as the presence or absence of tiny pits. A laser beam focuses on the pits on the surface of the MD and reflects the detection back to the lens in the MD recorder.

  • Page 32: Serial Copy Management System (scms)

    Continued Serial Copy Management System (SCMS) The MD recorder integrated to this unit uses the Serial Copy Management System which allows only first-generation digital copies to be made of premastered software (like CDs or prerecorded MDs). ABCD EFG Sound Skip Guard Memory The biggest weakness of discs is their susceptibility to vibration.

  • Page 33: Md Messages

    MD Messages Message BLANK DISC CANNOT JOIN DIGITAL IN UNLOCK DISC ERROR DISC FULL DISC PROTECTED EMERGENCY STOP LOAD ERROR MD NO DISC NON-AUDIO CANNOT COPY PLAYBACK DISC SCMS CANNOT COPY TRACK PROTECTED Signification The disc is blank. You are trying to join tracks which cannot be joined.

  • Page 34: Md Restrictions

    Continued MD Restrictions The MD records data in an original format that differs from that of conventional cassette tapes or DATs. Since there are some limitations with this recording format, the following types of symptoms may occur. These symptoms are not malfunctions.

  • Page 35: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting If you are having a problem with your unit, check this list for a possible solution before calling for service. If you cannot solve the problem from the hints given here, or the unit has been physically damaged, call a qualified person, such as your dealer, for service.

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