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Recording; Analog Sources; Digital Sources - Kenwood VRS-6200 Instruction Manual

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Recording

Analog sources

1 Use the INPUT SELECTOR key (or the input selector key)
to select the source (other than "VIDEO") you want to
record.
2 Put the component connected to the VIDEO jacks to the
record-pause mode.
3 Start playback, then start recording.
÷ Recording may not be normal for some video software. This
is due to the copy guard condition.

Digital sources

Switch on the REC mode to record a digital input source.
When the digital input source changes during recording in the REC mode,
the audio signal may be interrupted momentarily.
Recording music in REC mode
When a multi-channel source such as the Dolby Digital or DTS input
signal is recorded in REC mode, the multi channel signal in the current
surround mode can be recorded down-mixed to 2-channel.
F.AUX MODE
1 Use the INPUT SELECTOR key (or the input selector
keys) to select the source ("DVD", "VIDEO", "GAME" (or
"FRONT AUX")) you want to record.
2 Put the component connected to the VIDEO jacks to the
record-pause mode.
3 Press and hold the F.AUX MODE key for more than 2
seconds to select the AUTO REC or MANUAL REC mode.
1 REC mode off
2 "A-REC":
AUTO REC mode
3 "M-REC":
MANUAL REC mode
INPUT SELECTOR
INPUT SELECTOR
Multi-channel digital signals
(DTS or Dolby Digital) are
down-mixed to 2-channel
before being output from
the analog recording (REC
OUT) jacks.
For AUTO REC mode :
The display switches automatically.
For MANUAL REC mode :
The display switches automatically.
4 Start playback, then start recording.
÷ If the audio reproduction stops in the middle due to change in the
input signals, etc., press the F.AUX MODE key.
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