Yamaha CDR-HD1000 Recorder Owner's Manual PDF

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Summary of Content for Yamaha CDR-HD1000 Recorder Owner's Manual PDF

CDR-HD1000 Compact Disc Recorder

OWNERS MANUAL

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CAUTION

Explanation of Graphical Symbols

The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert you to the presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the products enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.

The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert you to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.

WARNING TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS UNIT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.

1 Read these instructions.

2 Keep these instructions.

3 Heed all warnings.

4 Follow all instructions.

5 Do not use this apparatus near water.

6 Clean only with dry cloth.

7 Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturers instructions.

8 Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.

9 Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong are provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.

10 Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.

11 Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.

12 Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over.

13 Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.

14 Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.

IMPORTANT! Please record the serial number of this unit in the space below.

Model: Serial No.:

The serial number is located on the rear of the unit. Retain this Owners Manual in a safe place for future reference.

CAUTION RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK

DO NOT OPEN

CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE

COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED

SERVICE PERSONNEL.

IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

CAUTION

FCC INFORMATION (for US customers only)

1. IMPORTANT NOTICE: DO NOT MODIFY THIS UNIT!

This product, when installed as indicated in the instructions contained in this manual, meets FCC requirements. Modifications not expressly approved by Yamaha may void your authority, granted by the FCC, to use the product.

2. IMPORTANT: When connecting this product to accessories and/or another product use only high quality shielded cables. Cable/s supplied with this product MUST be used. Follow all installation instructions. Failure to follow instructions could void your FCC authorization to use this product in the USA.

3. NOTE: This product has been tested and found to comply with the requirements listed in FCC Regulations, Part 15 for Class B digital devices. Compliance with these requirements provides a reasonable level of assurance that your use of this product in a residential environment will not result in harmful interference with other electronic devices.

This equipment generates/uses radio frequencies and, if not installed and used according to the instructions found in the users manual, may cause interference harmful to the operation of other electronic devices.

Compliance with FCC regulations does not guarantee that interference will not occur in all installations. If this product is found to be the source of interference, which can be determined by turning the unit OFF and ON, please try to eliminate the problem by using one of the following measures:

Relocate either this product or the device that is being affected by the interference.

Utilize power outlets that are on different branch (circuit breaker or fuse) circuits or install AC line filter/s.

In the case of radio or TV interference, relocate/reorient the antenna. If the antenna lead-in is 300 ohm ribbon lead, change the lead-in to coaxial type cable.

If these corrective measures do not produce satisfactory results, please contact the local retailer authorized to distribute this type of product. If you can not locate the appropriate retailer, please contact Yamaha Electronics Corp., U.S.A. 6660 Orangethorpe Ave, Buena Park, CA 90620.

The above statements apply ONLY to those products distributed by Yamaha Corporation of America or its subsidiaries.

We Want You Listening For A Lifetime

YAMAHA and the Electronic Industries Associations Consumer Electronics Group want you to get the most out of your equipment by playing it at a safe level. One that lets the sound come through loud and clear without annoying blaring or distortion and, most importantly, without affecting your sensitive hearing. Since hearing damage from loud sounds is often undetectable until it is too late, YAMAHA and the Electronic Industries Associations Consumer Electronics Group recommend you to avoid prolonged exposure from excessive volume levels.

CAUTION

CAUTION: READ THIS BEFORE OPERATING THIS UNIT To assure the finest performance, please read this manual

carefully. Keep it in a safe place for future reference.

Install this unit in a well ventilated, cool, dry, clean place with at least 30cm on the top, 20cm on the right and left, and 10cm at the back of this unit for ventilation space away from direct sunlight, heat sources, vibration, dust, moisture, and/or cold.

Locate this unit away from other electrical appliances, motors, or transformers to avoid humming sounds. To prevent fire or electrical shock, do not place this unit where it may get exposed to rain, water, and/or any type of liquid.

Do not expose this unit to sudden temperature changes from cold to hot, and do not locate this unit in a environment with high humidity (i.e. a room with a humidifier) to prevent condensation inside this unit, which may cause an electrical shock, fire, damage to this unit, and/or personal injury.

On the top of this unit, do NOT place:

Other components, as they may cause damage and/or discoloration on the surface of this unit.

Burning objects (i.e. candles), as they may cause fire, damage to this unit, and/or personal injury.

Containers with liquid in them, as they may cause electrical shock to the user and/or damage to this unit.

Do not cover the rear panel of this unit with a newspaper, tablecloth, curtain, etc. in order not to obstruct heat radiation. If the temperature inside this unit rises, it may cause fire, damage to this unit, and/or personal injury.

Do not plug in this unit to a wall outlet until all connections are complete.

Do not operate this unit upside-down. It may overheat, possibly causing damage.

Do not use force on switches, knobs and/or cords.

When disconnecting the power cord from the wall outlet, grasp the plug; do not pull the cord.

Do not clean this unit with chemical solvents; this might damage the finish. Use a clean, dry cloth.

Only voltage specified on this unit must be used. Using this unit with a higher voltage than specified is dangerous and may cause fire, damage to this unit, and/or personal injury. YAMAHA will not be held responsible for any damage resulting from use of this unit with a voltage other than specified.

To prevent damage by lightning, disconnect the power cord from the wall outlet during an electrical storm.

Take care of this unit so that no foreign objects and/or liquid drops inside this unit.

Do not attempt to modify or fix this unit. Contact qualified YAMAHA service personnel when any service is needed. The cabinet should never be opened for any reasons.

When not planning to use this unit for long periods of time (i.e. vacation), disconnect the AC power plug from the wall outlet.

Be sure to read the Troubleshooting section on common operating errors before concluding that this unit is faulty.

Before moving this unit, first check that there is no disc in the disc tray. To prevent damage to this unit, be sure to insert the transportation pad in the disc tray. Finally, press POWER to turn off this unit, and disconnect the AC power plug from the wall outlet. After this unit is moved, remove the pad to ensure correct operation.

SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR U.K. MODEL

IMPORTANT The wires in this mains lead are coloures in accordance with the following code:

GREEN-and-YELLOW:Earth BLUE:Neutral BROWN:Live

As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this apparatus may not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug proceed as follows: The wire which is coloured GREEN-and-YELLOW must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked by the letter E or by the safety earth symbol or coloured GREEN or GREEN-and - YELLOW. The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured BLACK. The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured RED.

For U.K. customers If the socket outlets in the home are not suitable for the plug supplied with this appliance, it should be cut off and an appropriate 3 pin plug fitted. For details, refer to the instructions described above.

Note: The plug severed from the mains lead must be destroyed, as a plug with bared flexible cord is hazardous if engaged in a live socket outlet.

Laser component in this product is capable of emitting radiation exceeding the limit for Class 1.

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Features Copying a CD to the HDD at maximum 10x speed

Copying data on the HDD to a CD-R disc at maximum 8x speed

Copying data on the HDD to a CD-RW disc at maximum 4x speed

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Contents

PREPARATION Features .................................................................................. 1

DISCS COMPATIBLE WITH THIS UNIT .......................... 2 PREPARATION ............................................................... 4

Supplied Accessories ............................................................. 4 Remote Control ..................................................................... 5 Connections ........................................................................... 6

CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS ...................................... 7 Front Panel ............................................................................. 7 Remote Control ..................................................................... 8 Display ................................................................................... 9 Display Information ............................................................. 10

RULES OF DIGITAL RECORDING AND NOTES ON SYSTEM .................................................................... 11 Rules of Digital Recording .................................................. 11 Notes on System .................................................................. 11

RECORDING AND COPYING RECORDING AND COPYING....................................... 13

Usable Recording Media ..................................................... 13 Types of Recording and Copying ........................................ 13 Before Starting to Record and Copy ................................... 13

BASIC RECORDING OPERATION ............................... 14 Recording from an External Component onto the HDD ..... 14 Recording from an External Component onto a CD-R or

CD-RW Disc ................................................................... 15 Selecting an Input Source .................................................... 17 Adjusting the Recording Level ............................................ 17 Finalization .......................................................................... 19

ADVANCED RECORDING OPERATION ...................... 20 Selecting a Disc for Recording ............................................ 20 Setting the Recording Mode ................................................ 20 Manual Track Marking ........................................................ 21

BASIC COPYING OPERATION .................................... 22 Copying from a CD onto the HDD ...................................... 22 Copying from the HDD onto a CD-R or CD-RW Disc ....... 24 Duplication of a CD ............................................................. 26

ADVANCED COPYING OPERATION ........................... 28 Selecting a Disc to Be Copied on ........................................ 28 Setting the Copying Mode ................................................... 28 Copying Menu Setting ......................................................... 29

EDITING ALBUM EDITING .......................................................... 31 TRACK EDITING ........................................................... 37 DISC EDITING ............................................................... 46 UNDO FUNCTION ......................................................... 50 ERASING A CD-RW DISC ............................................ 51

PLAYBACK BASIC PLAYBACK OPERATION ................................. 52

Playing a CD ........................................................................ 52 Playing Tracks on the HDD ................................................. 52 Finding the Desired Passage (Search) ................................. 53 Finding the Desired Group (Group Skip) ............................ 53 Finding the Desired Track (Track Skip) .............................. 54

ADVANCED PLAYBACK OPERATION ......................... 55 Setting the Play Style ........................................................... 55 Random Play ....................................................................... 56 Single Repeat Play ............................................................... 56 Full Repeat Play .................................................................. 57 Intro Play ............................................................................. 57 Album Play .......................................................................... 58 Bookmark Play .................................................................... 58 Listening with Headphones ................................................. 58

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION OTHERS ........................................................................ 59

HDD Utility ......................................................................... 59 System Utility ...................................................................... 60 DAC (Digital/Analog Converter) Mode .............................. 62 Display Messages ................................................................ 63 Troubleshooting ................................................................... 64 Specifications ....................................................................... 65

ENGLISH

Introduction Thank you for purchasing this YAMAHA product. We hope it will give you many years of trouble-free enjoyment. For the best performance, read this manual carefully. It will guide you in operating your YAMAHA product.

This unit has a built-in hard disk drive (HDD) with large capacity that makes a long-hour recording possible. You can copy several CDs onto the HDD, pick up and play your favorite from the copied data on the HDD. Moreover, various sound sources recorded to the HDD can be edited variously. By copying the edited sound source to CD-R or CD-RW discs, your original CD can be easily created by this unit itself.

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Discs that can be used for recording on this unit Be sure to use only CD-R and CD-RW discs made by reliable manufacturers. CD-R and CD-RW digital audio discs that display either of the following marks can be used with this unit.

Discs that can be used for recording

CD-R discs can only be recorded on once, and the recorded material cannot be erased.

CD-RW discs can be recorded on, have the recorded material erased, and then recorded on again any number of times.

Discs that cannot be used for recording on this unit

Discs bearing marks other than those shown above.

Discs intended for recording computer data.

Discs intended for professional use or labeled FOR PROFESSIONAL USE ONLY.

Finalization of CD-R discs for playback on standard CD players

Although a partially recorded CD-R disc can be played on this unit, it cannot be played on a standard CD player until it has undergone a process known as finalization. In the finalization process, the Table of Contents (TOC) is written onto the disc and further recording is not possible. However, this process makes it possible to play a CD-R disc on a standard CD player. Some CD players may not play back the finalized CD-R discs properly due to differences in the playback system of different manufacturers. See page 19 for the finalization procedure.

Erasure or loss of data Yamaha and suppliers accept no liability for the loss of data written on the HDD and CD-R or CD-RW discs, or any problems caused as a result of using this unit. As a precaution, it is recommended that the discs are tested after they have been recorded on. Furthermore, under no circumstances do Yamaha and suppliers guarantee the reliability of the discs.

Discs that can be played back In addition to CD-R and CD-RW digital audio discs described above, commercially available pre-recorded CDs bearing the marks shown below can also be played on this unit.

DISCS COMPATIBLE WITH THIS UNIT

FOR CONSUMER FOR CONSUMER USE FOR MUSIC USE ONLY

Playback of CD-RW discs Please note that even after a CD-RW disc has been finalized, it still cannot be played on a standard CD player. CD-RW discs can only be played back on CD-RW-compatible players such as this unit. Additionally, CD-RW discs can be erased even after finalization has been performed, and recorded on again.

Playback on DVD players Before playing back a finalized CD-R or CD-RW discs on a DVD player, please check whether the DVD player is compatible with CD-R or CD-RW discs or not. Refer to the owners manual of the DVD player for more information. CD-R or CD-RW discs cannot be played on a DVD player that is not compatible with CD-R or CD-RW discs.

IMPORTANT Please check the copyright laws in your country to record from

records, CDs, radio, etc. Recording of copyright material may infringe copyright laws.

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Handling of discs Heed the following notes on handling of discs not to create any cause for a recording failure, a loss of the recorded data, or a malfunction of this unit.

This compact disc recorder is designed for use with CDs (including 8cm [3] discs) bearing the , , , or marks only. Never attempt to load any other type of disc into this unit.

CDs are not subjected to wear during play. However if the disc is handled improperly, damage may be created on the disc to adversely affect the discs play.

Do not use cleaning discs or warped discs. All of these could damage this unit.

Although playback of CDs is generally not affected by small particles of dust or fingerprints on their playing surface, dust, fingerprints, small scratches and direct sunlight on the recording surface of a CD-R or CD-RW disc may make recording impossible. Therefore, for optimal performance of the recorder and for long-term enjoyment of your CD collection, handle discs correctly as outlined in the following guidelines.

1. Hold discs by touching only the edges or center hole.

2. When a disc is not currently being used, remove it from the recorder and store in an appropriate case.

3. With proper disc maintenance, cleaning should not be necessary. However, should cleaning be required, wipe by using a clean, dry cloth. Do not wipe with a circular motion; wipe straight outward from the center.

Do not try to clean the discs surface by using any type of disc cleaner, record spray, antistatic spray or liquid, or any other chemical-based liquid, because such substances might irreparably damage the discs surface.

Do not expose discs to direct sunlight, high temperature, or high humidity for a long period of time, because this might warp or otherwise damage the disc.

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Do not use any non-standard shaped CDs (heart, flower shaped, etc.) available on the market, because they are off-balance in their weight. If a non-standard shaped CD is loaded into this unit, it may create problems such as improper playback, opening the disc tray, creating an usual noise, and this units failure.

Be sure to use a felt-tip pen or similar writing tool when writing on the label side of the disc. Do not use a ball-point pen, pencil, or other hard-tipped writing tool, as these may damage the disc and may adversely affect further recording on the disc.

Do not use the discs with glue left on their surface. It may get stuck in this unit or create damage to this unit.

When using an 8cm (3) disc, do not place a normal 12cm (5) disc on top of it.

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Supplied Accessories After unpacking, make sure the following items are included in your package.

PREPARATION

Remote Control Batteries (size AA, UM-3, or R6) (2)

RCA Pin Cables (2)

Optical Fiber Cable

OPEN/CLOSE

COPY REC

TEXT/TIME INPUT

MODE/SET MENU

CLEAR

1 ABC 2 DEF 3 GHI

4 JKL 5 MNO 6 PQR

7 STU 8 VWX 9 YZ

SPACE SYMBOL 0 +10

BOOKMARK

REPEAT RANDOM

GROUP SKIP

INTRO

ENTER

COMPLETE

FINALIZE ERASE TRACK NO.

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Remote Control Cautions

If operation of this unit by the remote control creates any malfunction in any other components, change the placement of the component.

Do not spill any liquid on or drop the remote control. Do not place it near a heater or in the bathroom where the temperature and humidity become high.

Make sure the remote control sensor is not exposed to direct sunlight or strong lights. If it is, it may not function correctly.

Loading the batteries in the remote control

1. Remove the battery compartment cover on the back of the remote control.

2. Insert 2 batteries (AA, UM-3 or R6 type) according to the polarity markings on the inside of the battery compartment.

3. Close the cover until it snaps into place.

Battery replacement If you find that the remote control must be used closer to this unit than usual, the batteries are weak. Replace both batteries with new ones.

Notes on batteries

Use only AA, UM-3, or R6 type batteries for replacement.

Do not mix a new battery with a used one.

A rechargeable battery cannot be used.

Do not mix different types of battery.

Do not attempt to short out the batteries by directly connecting the plus (+) and the minus () with a piece of metal.

Remove the batteries if the remote control will not be used for an extended period of time.

If batteries leak, dispose of them immediately. Clean the battery compartment thoroughly before installing new batteries.

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TEXT/TIME MODE/SET

MULTI JOG

DIGITAL REC LEVEL

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MENU

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MIN MAX

OPTICAL

ANALOG REC LEVELINPUT

REC

COAXIAL

ANALOG

COPYCDRHDD

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LEVELPHONES

POWER

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Remote control sensor

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PREPARATION

Connections Turn off the power of this unit and the other components, and unplug them from the wall outlet before making any connections.

Correctly connect the input and output jacks on this unit to the input and output jacks on the other components.

Arrow marks () in the illustration below indicate the direction of the audio signal.

Digital connections

Remove the jack covers for the DIGITAL IN/OUT (OPTICAL) jacks before starting to make connections. Using the optical fiber cable, connect the DIGITAL IN (OPTICAL) jack on this unit to the digital optical output jack on the other component, and the DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL) jack on this unit to the digital optical input jack on the other component.

Keep the jack covers for future use. Replace them in order to protect the DIGITAL IN/OUT (OPTICAL) jacks from dust when the jacks are not being used.

When using the DIGITAL IN/OUT (COAXIAL) jacks, make connections with coaxial cables. Connect the DIGITAL IN (COAXIAL) jack on this unit to the digital coaxial output jack on the other component, and the DIGITAL OUT (COAXIAL) jack on this unit to the digital coaxial input jack on the other component.

Analog connections

Make sure to connect the L (left) and R (right) input and output jacks on this unit to the correct L (left) and R (right) input and output jacks on the other component.

Connect the ANALOG LINE IN (REC) jack on this unit to the analog output jack on the other component, and the ANALOG LINE OUT (PLAY) jack on this unit to the analog input jack on the other component.

The ANALOG LINE IN (REC)/LINE OUT (PLAY) jacks on this unit are numbered # and $ respectively. Connect these jacks to the jacks with the same numbers when connecting this unit to a Yamaha amplifier or receiver.

Plug in this unit to a wall outlet when all connections are complete.

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When you play the data on the HDD or CDs, signals are output both from the ANALOG LINE OUT (PLAY) jack and from the DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL/COAXIAL) jacks.

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ANALOG LINE IN (REC)/ LINE OUT (PLAY) jacks

* This connector is used for an examination in the factory.

DIGITAL IN/OUT (OPTICAL) jacks DIGITAL IN/OUT (COAXIAL) jacks Coaxial cable (optional)

RCA pin cable (included)

RCA pin cable (included)

Optical fiber cable (one included)

To wall outlet

Amplifier or receiver DVD player or DAT deck

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1 POWER ............................................................................. P. 13

2 HDD

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4 COPY ..................................................................... P. 23, 25, 27

5 Front panel display ......................................................... P. 9, 10

6 Disc tray

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8 TRACK NO./BOOKMARK ....................................... P. 21, 36

9 TEXT/TIME ....................................................................... P. 10

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CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS

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y PHONES LEVEL control ................................................. P. 58

u REC ............................................................................. P. 14, 16

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p ERASE .............................................................................. P. 51

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1 OPEN/CLOSE

2 COPY ..................................................................... P. 23, 25, 27

3 FINALIZE .......................................................................... P. 19

4 ERASE .............................................................................. P. 51

5 TEXT/TIME ....................................................................... P. 10

6 MODE/SET

7 COMPLETE

8 CLEAR

9 Alphabetical/numeric buttons ........................... P. 35, 45, 49, 54

0 REPEAT ...................................................................... P. 56, 57

q RANDOM .......................................................................... P. 56

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SPACE SYMBOL 0 +10

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1 HDD mark

2 Information display

3 CDR mark

4 REC indicator

5 Playback mode/play style indicator ............................ P. 5558

RNDM indicator

ALBM indicator

S indicator

G indicator

A indicator

REP indicator

6 DUPLCT indicator ............................................................ P. 27

7 BKMARK indicator ........................................................... P. 36

Display

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AUTO indicator

PRD indicator

MULT indicator

ALL indicator

SYNC indicator

9 Copying mode indicator ..................................................... P. 30

DIG indicator

ANLG indicator

0 Level meter ....................................................... P. 18, 19, 30, 51

q TOC indicator .............................................................. P. 19, 51

w CD-RW indicator ......................................................... P. 19, 51

e VAR indicator ............................................................... P. 18, 30

r MULTI JOG status indicator

LEVEL indicator

TRACK indicator

GROUP indicator

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CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS

Display Information The display located in the center of this unit provides the information about the drive (HDD or CDR drive) selected.

Display during playback Each time TEXT/TIME is pressed, the display changes as follows:

Group number, track number and elapsed time of the track being played

While playing the data on the HDD

While playing a CD

Group number, track number and remaining time of the track being played

While playing the data on the HDD

While playing a CD

Group number and group total time

While playing the data on the HDD

While playing a CD

Group number and group remaining time While playing the data on the HDD

While playing a CD

GROUPL

R dB 30 10 6 2 0

Dsc001 1 004

GROUP CD

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GROUPL

R dB 30 10 6 2 0

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GROUP CD

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GROUP CD

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R dB 30 10 6 2 0

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GROUPL

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R dB 30 10 6 2 0

Dsc001 -6240

GROUP CD

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Group title or track title

Group title (or CD TEXT)

Track title (or CD TEXT)

Notes

The group title with the GROUP indicator and the track title with the TRACK indicator are switched by rotating the MULTI JOG knob.

When the title and the name contain more than 13 characters, the entire title is displayed as scrolled to the left. After the entire title has scrolled, the first 13 characters are displayed.

Display during recording Each time TEXT/TIME is pressed, the display changes as follows:

Disc number (while recording onto the HDD), track number and elapsed time of the track being recorded

While recording onto the HDD

While recording onto a CD-R or CD-RW disc

Disc number (while recording onto the HDD), track number and total recorded time on the disc

While recording onto the HDD

While recording onto a CD-R or CD-RW disc

Total recordable time on a disc (while recording onto a CD-R or CD-RW disc)

GROUPL

R dB 30 10 6 2 0

LIVE AT CARNE

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R dB 30 10 6 2 0

PRIDE AND JOY TRACK

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R dB 30 10 6 2 0

Dsc001 1 004 REC

GROUP

GROUP CD-RW

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R dB 30 10 6 2 0

1 004 REC

REC

GROUP CDRW

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Rules of Digital Recording SCMSSerial Copy Management System As a digital audio component, this unit conforms with the Serial Copy Management System (SCMS) standards. The Serial Copy Management System restricts copies made by recording digital signals to first-generation copies only. The digital program sources that have been recorded cannot be digitally recorded again. There are 2 rules as follows:

Rule 1 Digital sources such as commercially available CDs can be copied digitally onto other recordable digital media with this unit (a first- generation digital copy). However, the first-generation digital copy cannot be copied digitally any further.

Rule 2 The source that was recorded via the ANALOG LINE IN (REC) jacks can be copied digitally onto other recordable digital media (a first-generation digital copy). However, the first-generation digital copy cannot be copied digitally any further.

This unit monitors the SCMS status for each track when a digital recording is made. If the track is protected from digital recording and copying, it is not possible to make a digital recording and copy of that track. The SCMS standard does not apply to analog recording and copying.

When making a copy from a CD onto the HDD, or from the HDD onto a CD-R or CD-RW disc, any of the copy methods described below can be selected. The following selections are contained in Copy Method.

Auto Dig/Anlg: Automatically switches to analog recording if the track cannot be digitally recorded for SCMS.

Digital Copy/Move: Performs recording of only those tracks that can be digitally copied when recording from a CD onto the HDD. Switches to the Digital Move method when recording from the HDD onto a CD-R or CD-RW disc.

Analog Copy: Performs analog copying regardless of the SCMS standard.

Digital Move This unit has a built-in HDD with large space that makes a long recording possible. You can create your own CD by editing the various program sources that have been recorded onto the HDD of this unit and copying them onto a CD-R or CD-RW disc. If you want to make a digital copy of the original data that has been created on the HDD to a CD-R or CD-RW disc, the Digital Move method is convenient. You can make a digital copy from the HDD onto a CD-R or CD-RW disc even if the track is protected from making a second-generation copy by the SCMS standard. However, since the concept of Digital Move is that the data is moved from the HDD onto a CD-R or CD-RW disc, the original data on the HDD is erased when moving is complete. See page 30 for details.

RULES OF DIGITAL RECORDING AND NOTES ON SYSTEM

Notes on System Number of recordable discs and tracks and their

length

One CD-R or CD-RW disc, or one disc on the HDD can be recorded with up to 99 tracks on them.

Once 99 tracks have been recorded, no further recording is possible even if space for recording is available on the disc.

The minimum length of one track must be 4 seconds. If a recording is stopped while the track is less than 4 seconds long, this unit will record for 4 seconds, and then stop recording. The maximum length of one track is 99 minutes 59 seconds for the HDD.

999 discs can be created at maximum on the HDD of this unit. However, the number of discs that can be created is limited according to the space availability (total recordable time) on the HDD. Total recordable time for the HDD is approximately 30 hours.

The maximum length of one disc on the HDD is 99 minutes 59 seconds. However, since each track on the HDD is handled in the unit of frame (75 frames are equal to one second), the maximum length of one track or disc may vary slightly.

Source sampling rate conversion

Digital input of this unit supports sampling frequencies of 32kHz, 44.1kHz, 48kHz, and 96kHz. This unit converts these inputs to the 44.1kHz,16-bit digital signals and records them onto the HDD, or a CD-R or CD-RW disc.

Analog input is also converted to the same digital signal to be recorded.

This unit always produces the signals at the sampling frequency of 44.1kHz, 16-bit from its digital output.

Recording of non-audio signals

This unit is designed exclusively for recording audio signals. Recording is only possible for audio signals.

When a CD with CD TEXT is recorded onto the HDD, CD TEXT will be automatically copied if it is not copy protected.

If the digital signals contain graphic data such as CD graphics, the non-audio signals will not be recorded.

It is not possible to record from non-audio sources such as CD- ROM or DVD.

Data processing

A small amount of space may be used for data processing besides recording the actual program sources.

Although this unit is capable of recording 999 albums at maximum onto the HDD, the data processing speed may slow down if a large number of albums is created.

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RULES OF DIGITAL RECORDING AND NOTES ON SYSTEM

Data on the HDD The data recorded onto the built-in HDD of this unit will be numbered and organized based on the following concept:

Disc One consequent recording is counted and numbered as one unit of disc. The HDD of this unit can record 999 discs at maximum. (However, the number of discs to be created may be less than 999 for the space availability on the HDD.)

Track 99 tracks can be recorded onto a disc at maximum. (However the number of discs tracks to be recorded may be less than 99 for the space availability on the HDD.) One track must be 4 seconds at shortest and 99 minutes 59 seconds at longest.

Album A group of the source programs selected from different discs and recorded as the playlist is called album. This unit can record 999 albums at maximum onto the HDD. See page 31 for details.

Bookmark This unit can make a temporary bookmark on a favorite track as playing back. The list of the program sources marked is called bookmark. This marking is temporary and cannot be duplicated. However, an album can be easily created by copying the bookmarked tracks. See page 36 for details.

Group A collection of tracks such as a disc, album, and bookmark is called group. Any of the recorded discs, created albums, and marked bookmarks can be selected as a group in the order by rotating the MULTI JOG knob.

Disc 1

Track 1

Track 2

Track 3

Track 99

Disc 2

Track 1

Track 2

Track 3

Track 99

Disc 999

Track 1

Track 2

Track 3

Track 99

Disc

1 1 2 2

Track

1 2 2 3

Disc

1 2 1

999 2

Track

1 2 3 3

99

Disc Track Bookmark Album

Example of the playlist

Example of the copied tracks with bookmarks

* The tracks are listed in the order of copying.

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Usable Recording Media The media used for recording and copying with this unit are the hard disk drive (HDD) or a compact disc for recording (a CD-R or CD-RW disc). Choose whichever suits your needs. HDD is convenient to make a long recording, and to edit the recorded tracks afterwards. A CD-R and CD-RW disc can be used to make an original CD that another CD player can play.

Types of Recording and Copying 5 types of recording and copying are possible with this unit as follows:

Recording from an external component onto the HDD See page 14.

Recording from an external component onto a CD-R or CD-RW disc See page 15.

Copying from a CD onto the HDD See page 22.

Copying from the HDD onto a CD-R or CD-RW disc See page 24.

Duplication of a CD See page 26.

RECORDING AND COPYING

Before Starting to Record and Copy

1. Turn on the power of this unit by pressing POWER on the front panel. The message WELCOME TO YAMAHA HDD/CD SYSTEM appears on the display. After the message is displayed, this unit is ready for operation.

2. Select the recording medium. Press HDD when recording onto the HDD, and CDR when recording onto a CD-R or CD-RW disc.

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REC

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MIN MAX

LEVELPHONES

POWER

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This section describes the basic recording operation. The operation steps are explained by using the buttons on the front panel and the remote control.

Recording from an External Component onto the HDD

BASIC RECORDING OPERATION

1. Press REC. The HDD mark flashes, and the disc and track numbers to be recorded are indicated on the display. Recording has not been started yet at this stage. (Recording pause mode)

2. Select the input source to be recorded. Press INPUT to select the input source from among OPTICAL, COAXIAL, and ANALOG. See page 17 for details.

3. Adjust the recording level. The recording level can be adjusted for both digital and analog input. See page 17 for details.

4. Select the disc to be recorded. See page 20 for details.

5. Select the recording mode. See page 20 for details.

6. Start recording. Press w/d (w or d on the remote control) to start recording.

Note

In the multi-synchronized or all-synchronized recording mode, this unit automatically starts recording when the source component starts playback.

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TEXT/TIME MODE/SET

MULTI JOG

DIGITAL REC LEVEL

PUSH ENTER

TRACK NO.

FINALIZE ERASE

BOOKMARK

COMPLETE

MENU

CLEAR

MIN MAX

OPTICAL

ANALOG REC LEVELINPUT

REC

COAXIAL

ANALOG

COPYCDRHDD

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LEVELPHONES

POWER

6, 8

1 2

9

OPEN/CLOSE

COPY REC

TEXT/TIME INPUT

MODE/SET MENU

CLEAR

1 ABC 2 DEF 3 GHI

4 JKL 5 MNO 6 PQR

7 STU 8 VWX 9 YZ

SPACE SYMBOL 0 +10

BOOKMARK

REPEAT RANDOM INTRO

ENTER

COMPLETE

FINALIZE ERASE TRACK NO.

WRITE

7 STU 8 VWX 9 YZ

SPACE SYMBOL 0 +10

BOOKMARK

REPEAT RANDOM

GROUP SKIP

INTRO

HDD CDR

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Disc number to be recorded Track number to be recorded

REC

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REC

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7. Start playing the source.

8. Press w/d (d on the remote control) to stop recording temporarily. The HDD mark flashes and the track number is advanced to the next. Press w/d (w or d on the remote control) to resume recording.

9. Press a to stop recording. The first track number of the disc at which recording has been stopped is indicated on the display.

IMPORTANT Never turn off the power of this unit during recording.

Recording may not be correctly made, or the data on the HDD may be damaged.

During recording, make sure that this unit is not subjected to shock or vibration as the HDD may be damaged.

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1. Press v (OPEN/CLOSE on the remote control) to open the disc tray.

2. Load a new CD-R or CD-RW disc, or a CD-R or CD- RW disc without finalization on the disc tray. Place the CD-R or CD-RW disc correctly aligned in the recessed area of the disc tray with its recordable side facing down.

3. Press v (OPEN/CLOSE on the remote control) to close the disc tray.

Note

The disc tray can be also closed by pressing the front edge of the disc tray gently. If a CD-R or CD-RW disc without finalization has been loaded, this unit starts playback of that CD-R or CD-RW disc. Press a to stop playback.

This unit starts reading the disc information (type and capacity of the disc) when the disc has been loaded. It takes approximately 10 to 15 seconds to complete the reading. The following message appears on the display during the reading.

Recording from an External Component onto a CD-R or CD-RW Disc

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TEXT/TIME MODE/SET

MULTI JOG

DIGITAL REC LEVEL

PUSH ENTER

TRACK NO.

FINALIZE ERASE

BOOKMARK

COMPLETE

MENU

CLEAR

MIN MAX

OPTICAL

ANALOG REC LEVELINPUT

REC

COAXIAL

ANALOG

COPYCDRHDD

MIN MAX

LEVELPHONES

POWER

2 1, 3 OPEN/CLOSE

COPY REC

TEXT/TIME INPUT

MODE/SET MENU

CLEAR ENTER

COMPLETE

FINALIZE ERASE TRACK NO.

WRITE

1, 3

GROUPL

R dB 30 10 6 2 0

Reading

When reading the disc information has been completed, the display changes as follows and this unit becomes ready for operation.

When a CD-R or CD-RW disc without finalization is loaded

When a new CD-R or CD-RW disc is loaded

GROUPL

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GROUPL

R dB 30 10 6 2 0

1 CDRW

Number of recorded tracks Total recorded time

GROUPL

R dB 30 10 6 2 0

New Disc CDR

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BASIC RECORDING OPERATION

1. Press REC. This unit automatically adjusts the laser strength against the disc reflection for optimal recording. This process is called OPC (Optimum Power Calibration) and takes approximately 15 seconds to complete. The following message appears on the display.

If this unit determines that OPC is not needed for the disc loaded, Standby flashes on the display.

The CDR mark starts flashing in a few seconds, and the track number is indicated on the display. Recording has not been started yet at this stage. (Recording pause mode)

Note

Before starting to record, check the remaining time available for recording on the CD-R or CD-RW disc. (See page 10.)

2. Select the input source to be recorded. Press INPUT to select the input source to be recorded from among OPTICAL, COAXIAL and ANALOG. See page 17 for details.

3. Adjust the recording level. The recording level can be adjusted for both digital and analog input. See page 17 for details.

4. Select the recording mode. See page 20 for details.

5. Start recording. Press w/d (w or d on the remote control) to start recording.

Note

In the multi-synchronized, all-synchronized, or full auto- synchronized recording mode, this unit automatically starts recording when the source component starts playback.

6. Start playing the source.

7. Press w/d (d on the remote control) to stop recording temporarily. Wait flashes on the display. The CDR mark starts flashing in a few seconds and the track number is advanced to the next. Press w/d (w or d on the remote control) to resume recording.

8. Press a to stop recording. Wait flashes on the display. The number of recorded tracks and the total recorded time are indicated on the display in a few seconds, and then the first track number of the recorded tracks is indicated on the display in a few seconds.

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MULTI JOG

DIGITAL REC LEVEL

PUSH ENTER

TRACK NO.

FINALIZE ERASE

BOOKMARK

COMPLETE

MENU

CLEAR

MIN MAX

OPTICAL

ANALOG REC LEVELINPUT

REC

COAXIAL

ANALOG

COPYCDRHDD

MIN MAX

LEVELPHONES

POWER

5, 7

1 2

8

OPEN/CLOSE

COPY REC

TEXT/TIME INPUT

MODE/SET MENU

CLEAR

1 ABC 2 DEF 3 GHI

4 JKL 5 MNO 6 PQR

7 STU 8 VWX 9 YZ

SPACE SYMBOL 0 +10

BOOKMARK

REPEAT RANDOM INTRO

ENTER

COMPLETE

FINALIZE ERASE TRACK NO.

WRITE

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BOOKMARK

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GROUP SKIP

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REC

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OPC Adjust CDRW

REC

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Standby CDRW

REC

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1 000 CDRW

REC

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1 001 CDRW

REC

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9. Perform finalization when all recordings have been completed. See page 19 for the finalization procedure.

IMPORTANT Never turn off the power of this unit during recording.

Recording may not be correctly made, or the CD-R or CD-RW disc may be damaged.

If the power of this unit is turned off during recording on a CD-R disc, recording may become impossible or the CD-R disc may not be played back normally because information is not written in the PMA (Program Memory Area).

During recording, make sure that this unit is not subjected to shock or vibration as it may cause skips or jumps to be included in the recording.

Selecting an Input Source Press INPUT to select the appropriate input source to be used for recording from among OPTICAL (optical digital input), COAXIAL (coaxial digital input), and ANALOG (analog input).

Press INPUT to light OPTICAL when recording the source input to the DIGITAL IN (OPTICAL) jack.

Press INPUT to light COAXIAL when recording the source input to the DIGITAL IN (COAXIAL) jack.

Press INPUT to light ANALOG when recording the source input to the ANALOG LINE IN (REC) jacks.

Note

This selection of the input source must be made while this unit is in the recording pause mode.

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MULTI JOG

DIGITAL REC LEVEL

PUSH ENTER

TRACK NO.

FINALIZE ERASE

BOOKMARK

COMPLETE

MENU

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MIN MAX

OPTICAL

ANALOG REC LEVELINPUT

REC

COAXIAL

ANALOG

COPY

INPUT

OPEN/CLOSE

COPY REC

TEXT/TIME INPUT

MODE/SET MENU

CLEAR ENTER

COMPLETE

FINALIZE ERASE TRACK NO.

WRITE

INPUT

Adjusting the Recording Level There is an adjusting procedure for each input source to be recorded as explained below. Choose the one for your input source and follow the steps.

When recording a digital input source

The digital recording level is set to 0dB, the level of the input source, as an initial setting. Further adjustment is not normally necessary. However it is possible to adjust the recording level to suit your needs.

1. Press MENU while this unit is in the recording pause mode. The following message appears on the display.

2. Play the loudest passage (highest sound level) of the source to be recorded.

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MULTI JOG

DIGITAL REC LEVEL

PUSH ENTER

TRACK NO.

FINALIZE ERASE

BOOKMARK

COMPLETE

MENU

CLEAR

MIN MAX

OPTICAL

ANALOG REC LEVELINPUT

REC

COAXIAL

ANALOG

COPY

3, 4 1

OPEN/CLOSE

COPY REC

TEXT/TIME INPUT

MODE/SET MENU

CLEAR

1 ABC 2 DEF 3 GHI

4 JKL 5 MNO 6 PQR

7 STU 8 VWX 9 YZ

SPACE SYMBOL 0 +10

BOOKMARK

REPEAT RANDOM INTRO

ENTER

COMPLETE

FINALIZE ERASE TRACK NO.

WRITE

1 3 4

REC LEVEL

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BASIC RECORDING OPERATION

3. Rotate the MULTI JOG knob (press +/ on the remote control) to adjust the recording level.

Adjustment is possible in the 12dB to +12dB range by 0.4dB steps. When the level is set to a value other than 0dB, the VAR indicator lights on the display.

Adjust the recording level so that the red part on the peak level meter does not light at the loudest sound levels.

4. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to return to the previous display.

Notes

The recording level can be adjusted while this unit is in either the recording or recording pause mode. Once recording has been stopped, the recording level is reset to 0dB.

Adjustment of the recording level can be canceled by pressing MENU when the level is adjusted in the recording pause mode.

The recording level is set to 0dB by pressing CLEAR when the level is adjusted in the recording pause mode.

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GROUP VARCDRW

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When recording an analog input source

1. Play the loudest passage (highest sound level) of the source to be recorded.

2. Adjust the recording level by rotating the ANALOG REC LEVEL control. Rotate the control clockwise to increase the level and counterclockwise to decrease the level. Adjust the recording level so that the red part on the peak level meter does not light at the loudest sound levels.

Note

The recording level can be adjusted while this unit is in either the recording or recording pause mode.

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MULTI JOG

DIGITAL REC LEVEL

PUSH ENTER

TRACK NO.

FINALIZE ERASE

BOOKMARK

COMPLETE

MENU

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OPTICAL

ANALOG REC LEVELINPUT

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Finalization Finalization is the process that concludes recording, and allows a CD-R disc to be played on a standard CD player. (CD-RW discs can only be played on a CD-RW-compatible player even after finalization has been completed. CD-RW discs cannot be played on a standard CD player.)

1. Load a recorded CD-R or CD-RW disc without finalization.

2. Press FINALIZE.

To cancel finalization, press a.

3. Press w/d (w on the remote control) to start finalization.

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MULTI JOG

DIGITAL REC LEVEL

PUSH ENTER

TRACK NO.

FINALIZE ERASE

BOOKMARK

COMPLETE

MENU

CLEAR

MIN MAX

OPTICAL

ANALOG REC LEVELINPUT

REC

COAXIAL

ANALOG

COPY

1 2 3 2

OPEN/CLOSE

COPY REC

TEXT/TIME INPUT

MODE/SET MENU

CLEAR

1 ABC 2 DEF 3 GHI

4 JKL 5 MNO 6 PQR

7 STU 8 VWX 9 YZ

SPACE SYMBOL 0 +10

BOOKMARK

REPEAT RANDOM INTRO

ENTER

COMPLETE

FINALIZE ERASE TRACK NO.

WRITE

7 STU 8 VWX 9 YZ

SPACE SYMBOL 0 +10

BOOKMARK

REPEAT RANDOM

GROUP SKIP

INTRO

HDD CDR 3

2

2

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R dB 30 10 6 2 0

Finalize OK ? CDR

REC

GROUP

Finalizing CDR

The level meter shows the finalization progress on the display.

When finalization of a CD-R disc has been completed, the CD-R indicator on the display changes to the CD indicator and the TOC indicator lights on the display, and this unit enters the stop mode.

When finalization of a CD-RW disc has been completed, the TOC indicator lights on the display, and this unit enters the stop mode.

Cautions

Further recording is not possible onto a finalized CD-R disc. Make sure that all recording has been completed before making a finalization.

Before loading the disc, make sure there are no scratches, dust, fingerprints or similar marks on the disc. If necessary, clean the disc as described on page 3.

Once the finalization process has started, no other operation is possible until finalization is completed.

Never turn off the power or disconnect the power cord during finalization.

GROUP CDR

GROUP CDR

When starting finalization

During finalization

GROUP CD TOC

GROUP CDRW TOC

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Setting the Recording Mode

This unit provides various recording modes. Choose the one that suits your needs.

1. Press MODE/SET while this unit is in the recording pause mode. The recording mode can be selected.

2. Rotate the MULTI JOG knob (press +/ on the remote control) to select the recording mode. Choose one of the modes listed below.

Manual (Manual recording mode) All the recording operations including starting, stopping, track marking and finalization (when recording onto a CD-R or CD- RW disc) are performed manually.

Multi Sync. (Multi-synchronized recording mode) This mode records the set number of tracks at the same time as the source programs are being played. The number of tracks to be recorded can be set in the range of 1 to 99 tracks. This mode is convenient to record a mix of tracks from different sources.

All Synchro (All-synchronized recording mode) This mode records all of the material from a single audio source at the same time as the source programs are being played. Track markers are automatically placed between the tracks being recorded.

Full Auto (Full auto-synchronized recording mode) (when recording onto a CD-R or CD-RW disc only) This mode automatically performs finalization after all synchronized recording is complete. A CD-R disc can be played as a CD as soon as finalization has been completed.

Selecting a Disc for Recording

When recording onto the HDD, you can select the disc on the HDD for your recording. Rotate the MULTI JOG knob (press GROUP SKIP q/GROUP SKIP w on the remote control) to select the disc number on which recordings are to be made while this unit is in the recording pause mode.

Notes

When no disc number is selected, recordings are made onto the disc with the smallest number available on the HDD.

When a disc with recorded tracks is selected, new recordings are added to the end of the previous recordings.

ADVANCED RECORDING OPERATION

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MULTI JOG

DIGITAL REC LEVEL

PUSH ENTER

TRACK NO.

FINALIZE ERASE

BOOKMARK

COMPLETE

MENU

CLEAR

MIN MAX

OPTICAL

ANALOG REC LEVELINPUT

REC

COAXIAL

ANALOG

COPY

MULTI JOG

REC

GROUPL

R dB 30 10 6 2 0

Dsc003 1 000

Disc number on which recordings are to be made

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MULTI JOG

DIGITAL REC LEVEL

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TRACK NO.

FINALIZE ERASE

BOOKMARK

COMPLETE

MENU

CLEAR

MIN MAX

OPTICAL

ANALOG REC LEVELINPUT

REC

COAXIAL

ANALOG

COPY

MULTI JOGMODE/SET

OPEN/CLOSE

COPY REC

TEXT/TIME INPUT

MODE/SET MENU

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1 ABC 2 DEF 3 GHI

ENTER

COMPLETE

FINALIZE ERASE TRACK NO.

WRITE

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MODE/SET

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BOOKMARK

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Auto Period (Auto-period recording mode) This mode makes recording for the set amount of time while placing track markers at the set time interval. The length between track markers can be adjusted in the 10 seconds to 30 minutes range by 10-second steps. This mode is convenient to search for material recorded from FM broadcasts.

3. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the recording mode selected. Further settings are necessary if Multi Sync. or Auto Period is selected. Follow the steps described below to make settings.

When Multi Sync. is selected The following message appears on the display. The desired number of tracks can be set.

1. Select the number of tracks by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control). The number can be set in the 1 to 99 tracks range.

2. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the number of tracks to be set.

When Auto Period is selected The following message appears on the display. The time length between track markers can be set.

1. Select the time length between track markers by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control). The time length can be set in the 10 seconds to 30 minutes range by 10-seconds steps.

2. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the time length between the selected track markers. The following message appears on the display. The total recording time can be set.

3. Select the total recording time by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (+/ on the remote control).

4. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the total recording time.

AUTO PRD

REC

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Period ? 300

AUTO PRD

REC

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R dB 30 10 6 2 0

Total? 0h 4m

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MULTI JOG

DIGITAL REC LEVEL

PUSH ENTER

TRACK NO.

FINALIZE ERASE

BOOKMARK

COMPLETE

MENU

CLEAR

MIN MAX

OPTICAL

ANALOG REC LEVELINPUT

REC

COAXIAL

ANALOG

COPY

TRACK NO./BOOKMARK

OPEN/CLOSE

COPY REC

TEXT/TIME INPUT

MODE/SET MENU

FINALIZE ERASE TRACK NO.

WRITE

TRACK NO. WRITE

Notes

If no recording mode is selected, recording is performed in the manual recording mode.

Manual recording or auto period recording are recommended for a long recording over 100 minutes. In these recording modes, the recording will be performed continuously to the next available disc after the recording has been performed to one disc for its maximum length.

Manual Track Marking

This unit can automatically place track markers. However you can also manually place track markers during your recording. (Manual track marking)

Press TRACK NO./BOOKMARK (TRACK NO. WRITE on the remote control) during your recording.

A new track number is added at the location on the disc corresponding to the time TRACK NO./BOOKMARK (TRACK NO. WRITE on the remote control) is pressed.

Tracks cannot be shorter than 4 seconds, and a disc cannot contain more than 99 tracks. Even if there is time remaining on the disc, further recording is impossible once 99 track markers have been placed.

Notes

Manual track marking is recommended when recording an analog source at an extremely low level, and when recording digital satellite broadcasts.

The track markers may not be placed properly even if the recording has been performed in the synchronized recording according to the type of the source devices. To avoid this problem, place the track markers manually.

The track markers may not be placed properly when recording the source that contains the noise or low level sound, or the source of which the intervals between tracks are extremely short. To avoid this problem, place the track markers manually.

Manual track marking is possible even during synchronized recording.

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1. Press v (OPEN/CLOSE on the remote control) to open the disc tray.

2. Load the CD to record from on the disc tray. Place a CD correctly aligned in the recessed area of the disc tray with its label side facing up.

3. Press v (OPEN/CLOSE on the remote control) to close the disc tray.

Note

The disc tray can be also closed by pressing the front edge of the disc tray gently. If the disc tray is closed in this way, this unit starts playback of a CD. Press a to stop playback.

This unit starts reading the disc information (type and capacity of the disc) when the disc is loaded. It takes approximately 10 to 15 seconds to complete the reading. The following message appears on the display during the reading.

BASIC COPYING OPERATION This section describes the basic copying operation. The operation steps are explained by using the buttons on the front panel and the remote control.

Copying from a CD onto the HDD

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TEXT/TIME MODE/SET

MULTI JOG

DIGITAL REC LEVEL

PUSH ENTER

TRACK NO.

FINALIZE ERASE

BOOKMARK

COMPLETE

MENU

CLEAR

MIN MAX

OPTICAL

ANALOG REC LEVELINPUT

REC

COAXIAL

ANALOG

COPYCDRHDD

MIN MAX

LEVELPHONES

POWER

2 1, 3 OPEN/CLOSE

COPY REC

TEXT/TIME INPUT

MODE/SET MENU

CLEAR ENTER

COMPLETE

FINALIZE ERASE TRACK NO.

WRITE

1, 3

GROUPL

R dB 30 10 6 2 0

Reading

When reading the disc information has been completed, the display changes as follows, and this unit becomes ready for operation.

GROUPL

R dB 30 10 6 2 0

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GROUPL

R dB 30 10 6 2 0

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Total number of tracks Total time

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1. Press COPY once. The following message appears on the display, and this unit enters the copy standby mode. Copying has not been started yet at this stage.

2. Select the disc to be copied. Rotate the MULTI JOG knob (press GROUP SKIP q or GROUP SKIP w on the remote control) to select the disc to be copied to. See page 28 for details.

3. Select the copying mode. Press MODE/SET to select the copying mode. See page 28 for details.

4. Make detailed settings for copying on the menu. Press MENU to start setting the copying menu. See page 29 for details.

NATURAL SOUND HDD/CD RECORDER CDRHD1000

TEXT/TIME MODE/SET

MULTI JOG

DIGITAL REC LEVEL

PUSH ENTER

TRACK NO.

FINALIZE ERASE

BOOKMARK

COMPLETE

MENU

CLEAR

MIN MAX

OPTICAL

ANALOG REC LEVELINPUT

REC

COAXIAL

ANALOG

COPYCDRHDD

MIN MAX

LEVELPHONES

POWER

1 5

3 2 4

6

OPEN/CLOSE

COPY REC

TEXT/TIME INPUT

MODE/SET MENU

CLEAR

1 ABC 2 DEF 3 GHI

4 JKL 5 MNO 6 PQR

7 STU 8 VWX 9 YZ

SPACE SYMBOL 0 +10

BOOKMARK

REPEAT RANDOM INTRO

ENTER

COMPLETE

FINALIZE ERASE TRACK NO.

WRITE

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R dB 30 10 6 2 0

ALL SYNC

HDD CD-RW TOC CD

DIG

REC

GROUPL

R dB 30 10 6 2 0

ALL SYNC

003 1 1 000 TOC CD

5. Start copying. Press w/d (w on the remote control) to start copying.

Notes

It takes a few seconds for this unit to become ready to start copying after w/d (w on the remote control) has been pressed.

This unit may create some vibration and rotation noise while performing the copying process by rotating a CD at high speed. If this problem occurs, lower the copying speed to decrease the vibration and rotation noise. (See Copy Speed on page 30.)

6. When copying has been completed, the operation of the HDD and the CD automatically stops. To cancel copying, press a.

DIG

REC

GROUP CD

L

R dB 30 10 6 2 0

ALL SYNC

003 1 1 001 TOC

Output of the signals during the copying During the copying at 1x speed, signals are output both from the ANALOG LINE OUT (PLAY) jack and from the DIGITAL

OUTPUT (OPTICAL/COAXIAL) jacks. During the copying at 2x speed, signals are output only from the ANALOG LINE OUT (PLAY) jack. During the copying at 4x or more speed, signals are output neither from the ANALOG LINE OUT (PLAY) jack nor the DIGITAL

OUTPUT (OPTICAL/COAXIAL) jacks.

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BASIC COPYING OPERATION

1. Press v (OPEN/CLOSE on the remote control) to open the disc tray.

2. Load a new CD-R or CD-RW disc, or a CD-R or CD- RW disc without finalization on the disc tray. Place the CD-R or CD-RW disc correctly aligned in the recessed area of the disc tray with its recordable side facing down.

3. Press v (OPEN/CLOSE on the remote control) to close the disc tray.

Note

The disc tray can be also closed by pressing the front edge of the disc tray gently. If a CD-R or CD-RW disc without finalization is loaded, this unit starts playback of that CD-R or CD-RW disc. Press a to stop playback.

This unit starts reading the disc information (type and capacity of the disc) when a disc is loaded. It takes approximately 10 to 15 seconds to complete reading. The following message appears on the display during reading.

Copying from the HDD onto a CD-R or CD-RW Disc

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TEXT/TIME MODE/SET

MULTI JOG

DIGITAL REC LEVEL

PUSH ENTER

TRACK NO.

FINALIZE ERASE

BOOKMARK

COMPLETE

MENU

CLEAR

MIN MAX

OPTICAL

ANALOG REC LEVELINPUT

REC

COAXIAL

ANALOG

COPYCDRHDD

MIN MAX

LEVELPHONES

POWER

2 1, 3 OPEN/CLOSE

COPY REC

TEXT/TIME INPUT

MODE/SET MENU

CLEAR ENTER

COMPLETE

FINALIZE ERASE TRACK NO.

WRITE

1, 3

GROUPL

R dB 30 10 6 2 0

Reading

When reading the disc information has been completed, the display changes as follows, and this unit becomes ready for copying operation.

When copying onto a CD-R or CD-RW disc without finalization

When copying onto a new CD-R or CD-RW disc

GROUPL

R dB 30 10 6 2 0

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GROUPL

R dB 30 10 6 2 0

1 CDRW

The number of recorded tracks Total recorded time

GROUPL

R dB 30 10 6 2 0

New Disc CDR

GROUPL

R dB 30 10 6 2 0

0 CDR

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TEXT/TIME MODE/SET

MULTI JOG

DIGITAL REC LEVEL

PUSH ENTER

TRACK NO.

FINALIZE ERASE

BOOKMARK

COMPLETE

MENU

CLEAR

MIN MAX

OPTICAL

ANALOG REC LEVELINPUT

REC

COAXIAL

ANALOG

COPYCDRHDD

MIN MAX

LEVELPHONES

POWER

1 5

3 2 4

67 7

OPEN/CLOSE

COPY REC

TEXT/TIME INPUT

MODE/SET MENU

CLEAR ENTER

COMPLETE

FINALIZE ERASE TRACK NO.

WRITE

HDD CDR 5

6 1 7

7

3 4

Note

This unit can make a high-speed copy onto a CD-R or CD-RW disc. However there are some audio CD-R or CD-RW discs that do not support high speed writing. To copy onto these discs, lower the copy speed. (See Copy Speed on page 30.)

1. Press COPY twice. The following message appears on the display, and this unit enters in the copy standby mode. Copying has not been started yet at this stage.

2. Select the group on the HDD to be copied. Rotate the MULTI JOG knob (press +/ on the remote control) to select the group on the HDD to be copied.

3. Select the copying mode. Press MODE/SET to select the copying mode. See page 28 for details.

4. Make detailed settings for your copying on the menu. Press MENU to make copying menu settings. See page 29 for details.

5. Start copying. Press w/d (w on the remote control) to start copying.

REC

GROUPL

R dB 30 10 6 2 0

ALL SYNC

HDD CD-RW ANLG CDRW

REC

GROUPL

R dB 30 10 6 2 0

ALL SYNC

003 1 1 000 ANLG CDRW

REC

GROUP CD-RW

L

R dB 30 10 6 2 0

ALL SYNC

003 1 1 001 ANLG

Notes

OPC may start on the loaded disc depending on its recording condition. It takes approximately 15 seconds to complete the adjustment.

When the adjustment has been completed, and the message above turns off on the display, copying automatically starts.

The progress of elapsed time for the track being copied may vary by the data processing inside this unit.

6. When copying has been completed, the operation of the HDD and the CD automatically stops. To cancel copying, press a.

Caution If copying is canceled by a being pressed, only the data that

has been recorded on the CD-R or CD-RW disc before the cancellation remains on the disc. When Digital Move (see page 30) is selected, the original data on the HDD which has already been copied to a CD-R or CD-RW disc will be deleted.

7. The TOC indicator flashes if the copied data contains the title data (disc title etc.) which can be copied to a CD-R or CD-RW disc. To copy the titles, perform the finalization before opening the disc tray (See page 19). TEXT Save? appears on the display if the disc tray has been attempted to be opened by pressing v (OPEN/CLOSE on the remote control). To copy the title, perform the finalization. To open the disc tray, press v (OPEN/CLOSE on the remote control) again.

Caution

If the disc tray is opened without performing the finalization, the title data is not copied to a CD-R or CD-RW disc.

Note

In the full auto-synchronized copy mode, the finalization is performed automatically.

REC

GROUPL

R dB 30 10 6 2 0

OPC Adjust CDRW

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BASIC COPYING OPERATION

1. Press v (OPEN/CLOSE on the remote control) to open the disc tray.

2. Load the CD to duplicate on the disc tray. Place the CD correctly aligned in the recessed area of the disc tray with its label side facing up.

3. Press v (OPEN/CLOSE on the remote control) to close the disc tray.

Note

The disc tray can be also closed by pressing the front edge of the disc tray gently. If the disc tray is closed in this way, this unit starts playback of the CD. Press a to stop playback.

This unit starts reading the disc information (type and capacity of the disc) when the disc is loaded. It takes approximately 10 to 15 seconds to complete reading. The following message appears on the display during reading.

Duplication of a CD

NATURAL SOUND HDD/CD RECORDER CDRHD1000

TEXT/TIME MODE/SET

MULTI JOG

DIGITAL REC LEVEL

PUSH ENTER

TRACK NO.

FINALIZE ERASE

BOOKMARK

COMPLETE

MENU

CLEAR

MIN MAX

OPTICAL

ANALOG REC LEVELINPUT

REC

COAXIAL

ANALOG

COPYCDRHDD

MIN MAX

LEVELPHONES

POWER

2 1, 3 OPEN/CLOSE

COPY REC

TEXT/TIME INPUT

MODE/SET MENU

CLEAR ENTER

COMPLETE

FINALIZE ERASE TRACK NO.

WRITE

1, 3

GROUPL

R dB 30 10 6 2 0

Reading

When reading about the disc information has been completed, the following message appears on the display, and this unit becomes ready for duplicating operation.

GROUPL

R dB 30 10 6 2 0

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GROUPL

R dB 30 10 6 2 0

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Total number of tracks Total time

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TEXT/TIME MODE/SET

MULTI JOG

DIGITAL REC LEVEL

PUSH ENTER

TRACK NO.

FINALIZE ERASE

BOOKMARK

COMPLETE

MENU

CLEAR

MIN MAX

OPTICAL

ANALOG REC LEVELINPUT

REC

COAXIAL

ANALOG

COPYCDRHDD

MIN MAX

LEVELPHONES

POWER

1 5 4, 6 2 OPEN/CLOSE

COPY REC

TEXT/TIME INPUT

MODE/SET MENU

CLEAR ENTER

COMPLETE

FINALIZE ERASE TRACK NO.

WRITE

HDD CDR2 4, 6

1

1. Press COPY three times. The following message appears on the display, and this unit enters the copy standby mode. Duplication has not been started yet at this stage.

2. Start copying from the CD onto the HDD. Press w/d (w on the remote control) to start copying. The copying conditions are as follows:

Copy Method: Digital Copy

Copy Level: 0dB

Copy Speed: Best Effort

See page 30 for further details about the copying conditions described above.

Cautions

If copying is canceled by a being pressed, even the data that has been copied before cancellation does not remain on the HDD.

If a track is copy protected by the SCMS standard, that track cannot be copied onto the HDD.

3. When copying from the CD onto the HDD has been completed, the following message appears on the display.

4. Press v (OPEN/CLOSE on the remote control) to open the disc tray.

5. Load a new CD-R or CD-RW disc on the disc tray.

Caution

New recordings cannot be added to a CD-R or CD-RW disc on which some tracks have been previously recorded.

DIG

REC

L

R dB 30 10 6 2 0

ALL SYNC DUPLCT

Duplicate TOC CD

DIG

REC

L

R dB 30 10 6 2 0

ALL SYNC DUPLCT

1 1 000 TOC CD

DIG

REC

L

R dB 30 10 6 2 0

ALL SYNC DUPLCT

Change Discs! TOC CD

6. Press v (OPEN/CLOSE on the remote control) to close the disc tray. When the disc tray is closed, this unit starts reading the disc information. When reading has been completed, this unit automatically starts copying from the HDD onto the CD.

Notes

Duplication cannot be correctly made for a CD-R or CD-RW disc that does not support high-speed copying. In this case, make a copy onto the HDD first, and then copy the copied data onto a disc by Digital Move at 2x or 1x speed. (See page 30.)

After reading the disc information has been completed, OPC may start on the loaded disc depending on its recording condition.

When the adjustment has been completed, and the above message turns off on the display, this unit automatically starts copying. The copying conditions are as follows:

Copy Method: Digital Move

Copy Level: 0dB

Copy Speed: Best Effort

See page 30 for further details about the copying conditions described above.

Caution

If copying is canceled by a being pressed, only the data that has been recorded on the CD-R or CD-RW disc before cancellation remains on the disc. The original data on the HDD being copied will be deleted.

7. When copying has been completed, the HDD operation automatically stops, and finalization of the CD-R or CD-RW disc starts.

After finalization has been completed, this unit enters the stop mode.

DIG

REC

L

R dB 30 10 6 2 0

ALL SYNC DUPLCT

1 1 001 CDRW

REC

GROUPL

R dB 30 10 6 2 0

OPC Adjust CDRW

REC

GROUP

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Selecting a Disc to Be Copied on

When the copying onto the HDD, you can select the disc on the HDD to make copy on. Rotate the MULTI JOG knob (press GROUP SKIP q/GROUP SKIP w on the remote control) to select the disc number to make the copy on while this unit is in the copy standby mode.

Notes

If the disc number is not selected, copying will be made on the disc with the smallest number available on the HDD.

When a disc number with recorded tracks is selected, new recordings will be added to the end of the last track that has been previously recorded.

ADVANCED COPYING OPERATION

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TEXT/TIME MODE/SET

MULTI JOG

DIGITAL REC LEVEL

PUSH ENTER

TRACK NO.

FINALIZE ERASE

BOOKMARK

COMPLETE

MENU

CLEAR

MIN MAX

OPTICAL

ANALOG REC LEVELINPUT

REC

COAXIAL

ANALOG

COPY

MULTI JOG

REC

GROUPL

R dB 30 10 6 2 0

Dsc003 1 000

Disc number to make the copy on

Setting the Copying Mode

This unit provides various copying modes. Choose the one that suits your needs.

1. Press MODE/SET while this unit is in the copy standby mode. You can select the copying mode.

2. Rotate the MULTI JOG knob (press +/ on the remote control) to select the copying mode. Choose one of the modes listed below.

All Synchro (All-synchronized copying mode) This mode copies all of the material from a single audio source at the same time as the source programs are being played. Track markers are automatically placed between the tracks being recorded.

Multi Sync. (Multi-synchronized copying mode) This mode copies the set number of tracks at the same time as the source programs are being played. The number of tracks to be recorded can be set in the range of 1 to 99 tracks. This mode is convenient to record a mix of tracks from different sources.

Full Auto (Full auto-synchronized recording mode) (when recording on a CD-R or CD-RW disc only) This mode automatically performs finalization after all synchronized copying is complete. A CD-R disc can be played as a CD as soon as finalization has been completed.

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MULTI JOG

DIGITAL REC LEVEL

PUSH ENTER

TRACK NO.

FINALIZE ERASE

BOOKMARK

COMPLETE

MENU

CLEAR

MIN MAX

OPTICAL

ANALOG REC LEVELINPUT

REC

COAXIAL

ANALOG

COPY

t/e, r/y

MULTI JOGMODE/SET

OPEN/CLOSE

COPY REC

TEXT/TIME INPUT

MODE/SET MENU

CLEAR

1 ABC 2 DEF 3 GHI

4 JKL 5 MNO 6 PQR

7 STU 8 VWX 9 YZ

SPACE SYMBOL 0 +10

BOOKMARK

REPEAT RANDOM INTRO

ENTER

COMPLETE

FINALIZE ERASE TRACK NO.

WRITE

7 STU 8 VWX 9 YZ

SPACE SYMBOL 0 +10

BOOKMARK

REPEAT RANDOM

GROUP SKIP

INTRO

HDD CDR

t, y

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ENTER

MODE/SET

7 STU 8 VWX 9 YZ

SPACE SYMBOL 0 +10

BOOKMARK

REPEAT RANDOM

GROUP SKIP

INTRO

HDD CDR

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Copying Menu Setting

You can make detailed settings on the menu for your copying. Follow the steps described below for menu setting.

1. Press MENU while this unit is in the copy standby mode. You can start setting the copying menu.

2. Select the menu item to be set by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control). The copying menu contains 3 items as follows:

Copy Method (setting the copying method)

Copy Level (setting the copying level)

Copy Speed (setting the copying speed)

3. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the menu item to be adjusted.

3. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the copying mode selected. If Multi Sync. is confirmed, follow the steps described below to make further settings.

When Multi Sync. is confirmed The following message appears on the display, and you can enter the desired number of tracks to be copied.

1. Select the number of tracks by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control). The number can be selected in the 1 to 99 tracks range.

2. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the number selected.

3. Specify the group or the track to start copying from.

When copying from a CD onto the HDD, select the track to start copying from by pressing t/e (t on the remote control) or r/y (y on the remote control).

When copying from the HDD onto a CD-R or CD-RW disc, select the group or the track to start copying from by rotating the MULTI JOG knob. While the GROUP indicator is lit, the group number can be selected. While the TRACK indicator is lit, the track number can be selected. Switch the indicator to being lit by pressing the MULTI JOG knob.

Notes

If the group or track number is not specified, all tracks will be copied in the all-synchronized copying mode.

When duplicating a CD, the copying mode cannot be selected. At duplication, copying from a CD onto the HDD is performed in the all-synchronized copying mode. On the other hand, copying from the HDD onto a CD is performed in the full auto-synchronized copying mode.

REC

L

R dB 30 10 6 2 0

MULT SYNC

How Many ? 1

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MULTI JOG

DIGITAL REC LEVEL

PUSH ENTER

TRACK NO.

FINALIZE ERASE

BOOKMARK

COMPLETE

MENU

CLEAR

MIN MAX

OPTICAL

ANALOG REC LEVELINPUT

REC

COAXIAL

ANALOG

COPY

MULTI JOG MENU

OPEN/CLOSE

COPY REC

TEXT/TIME INPUT

MODE/SET MENU

CLEAR

1 ABC 2 DEF 3 GHI

4 JKL 5 MNO 6 PQR

7 STU 8 VWX 9 YZ

SPACE SYMBOL 0 +10

BOOKMARK

REPEAT RANDOM INTRO

ENTER

COMPLETE

FINALIZE ERASE TRACK NO.

WRITE

+, ENTER

MENU

DIG

REC

CD L

R dB 30 10 6 2 0

ALL SYNC

Copy Method TOC

DIG

REC

CD L

R dB 30 10 6 2 0

ALL SYNC

Copy Level TOC

DIG

REC

CD L

R dB 30 10 6 2 0

ALL SYNC

Copy Speed TOC

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4. Adjust the parameter for each item by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control). See the further steps for detailed instructions on parameter adjustment for each item.

5. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the setting when adjustment has been completed.

6. Press MENU to close the menu. This unit returns to the copy standby mode.

Note

The settings for Copy Method and Copy Speed are stored in the memory and apply to future copying.

Copy Method Setting of the copying method. Copying may fail if the setting for Copy Method is not correctly made.

Initial setting: Digital Copy

Digital Copy This method always makes digital copies. Copying is not possible if the tracks are copy protected by the SCMS standard (see page 11).

Auto Dig/Anlg Digital and analog copying are automatically switched depending on the track. If digital copying is prohibited by the SCMS standard (see page 11), an analog copy is made. For those tracks that can be digitally copied, a digital copy is made.

Analog Copy This method always makes analog copies.

Initial setting: Analog Copy

Analog Copy This method always makes analog copies.

Digital Move The data is moved from the HDD to the CD. Therefore, the track or group data will be deleted from the HDD after they have been moved to the CD-R or CD-RW disc by this method.

Auto Dig/Anlg Digital and analog copying are automatically switched depending on the track. If digital copying is prohibited by the SCMS standard (see page 11), an analog copy is made. For those tracks that can be digitally copied, a digital copy is made.

Note

In analog copying, the data may be copied at a lower sound level.

Copy Level Setting of the sound level for copying. Sound level adjustment is not normally necessary. However it is possible to adjust the copying sound level to suit you needs.

The following message appears on the display when Copy Level setting is confirmed in step 3 for Copying Menu Setting on page 29.

1. Adjust the copying sound level by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (+/ on the remote control). Adjustment is possible in the 12dB to +12dB range by 0.4dB steps. When the level is set to a value other than 0dB, the VAR indicator lights on the display.

2. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the copying level setting.

Notes

Level adjustment is not possible during copying.

If the red part on the peak level meter lights at the loudest sound levels, stop copying to adjust the copying level, and then resume copying.

Copy Speed Setting of the copying speed.

Initial setting: Best Effort

Best Effort Copying is done at the highest speed possible depending on the Copy Method setting and the disc condition.

When Digital Copy is selected: 10x speed

When Auto Dig/Anlg is selected: 2x speed

When Digital Move is selected: 8x speed (for a CD-R disc), 4x speed (for a CD-RW disc)

When Analog Copy is selected: 2x speed

1x Copy Copying is always made at 1x speed despite the Copy Method setting.

2x Copy Copying is always made at 2x speed despite the Copy Method setting.

Notes

If there are scratches or dust on the disc, the copy speed may drop automatically even when Best Effort is selected.

Select 2x copy or 1x copy when copying onto a CD-R or CD- RW disc that does not support high-speed copying.

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Level 0.0dB

GROUP VARCDRW

L

R dB 30 10 6 2 0

GROUP VARCDRW

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1. Press HDD or CDR to select the drive to be edited.

2. Menu appears on the display if MENU is pressed when this unit is in the stop mode.

3. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to display the editing menu item selection.

4. Select the editing menu item to be set by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control). The followings are the album editing menu items.

Album New

Edit Stored

Album Copy (only when the HDD is selected)

Album Rename (only when the HDD is selected)

Album Delete

Album Pack (only when the HDD is selected)

Album Title (only when the HDD is selected)

5. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the menu item before editing.

6. Start editing by following the setting steps (pages 3236) for each item.

Notes

If MENU is pressed during editing, entry of the selection becomes ineffective, and the display changes to the previous one.

If a is pressed during editing, all entry of the selection becomes ineffective, and the display returns to the one when this unit was in the stop mode.

7. Press a when all editing has been completed. The display changes to the one when this unit was in the stop mode.

ALBUM EDITING

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TEXT/TIME MODE/SET

MULTI JOG

DIGITAL REC LEVEL

PUSH ENTER

TRACK NO.

FINALIZE ERASE

BOOKMARK

COMPLETE

MENU

CLEAR

MIN MAX

OPTICAL

ANALOG REC LEVELINPUT

REC

COAXIAL

ANALOG

COPYCDRHDD

MIN MAX

LEVELPHONES

POWER

1 3, 4, 5 2

7

OPEN/CLOSE

COPY REC

TEXT/TIME INPUT

MODE/SET MENU

CLEAR

1 ABC 2 DEF 3 GHI

4 JKL 5 MNO 6 PQR

7 STU 8 VWX 9 YZ

SPACE SYMBOL 0 +10

BOOKMARK

REPEAT RANDOM INTRO

ENTER

COMPLETE

FINALIZE ERASE TRACK NO.

WRITE

7 STU 8 VWX 9 YZ

SPACE SYMBOL 0 +10

BOOKMARK

REPEAT RANDOM

GROUP SKIP

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HDD CDR 1

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You can select the desired tracks from among the ones recorded on the HDD (or a CD) and store them as an album in this units memory. You can also edit the album afterwards. The following steps describe how to edit the album.

For details about each editing menu item, refer to the descriptions on the following pages corresponding to your need.

To create a new album ................................................................................................. Album New (page 32)

To edit an already created album ................................................................................. Edit Stored (page 32)

To copy other group as an album................................................................................. Album Copy (page 33)

To change the album number ...................................................................................... Album Rename (page 34)

To delete an album ....................................................................................................... Album Delete (page 34)

To eliminate unused album numbers ........................................................................... Album Pack (page 35)

To assign an album title ............................................................................................... Album Title (page 35)

To place a bookmark ................................................................................................... Bookmark (page 36)

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Edit Stored You can add tracks to or delete tracks from an already created album.

Editing subject: HDD or CD

1. Select and confirm Edit Stored in step 4 for ALBUM EDITING on page 31. The following message appears on the display. (The following display is the one when the HDD is being edited.)

2. Select the album to be edited by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (+/ on the remote control).

3. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the album to be edited. The following message appears on the display. (The following display is the one when the HDD is selected for editing.)

Note

Steps 2 and 3 are not necessary when a CD is selected for editing.

When adding new tracks

1. Select the track to be added by pressing t/e or r/y.

2. Select the disc that contains the track to be added by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (+/ on the remote control).

3. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the disc that contains the track to be added.

Note

Steps 2 and 3 are not necessary when a CD is selected for editing.

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ALBUM EDITING

Album New You can create a new album by selecting the desired tracks from among the ones recorded on the HDD or a CD.

Editing subject: HDD or CD

1. Select and confirm Album New in step 4 for ALBUM EDITING on page 31. The following message appears on the display. (The following display is the one when the HDD is being edited.)

The number of the source disc flashes. (This indication does not appear when a CD is selected for editing.)

2. Select the source disc by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control).

3. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the source disc. The number of the source track flashes.

Note

Steps 2 and 3 are not necessary when a CD is selected for editing.

4. Select the source track by rotating the MUTLI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control).

5. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the source track. The track number of the album being created will be advanced to the next, and the display returns to the one shown in step 1. Repeat steps 25 to select other discs and tracks.

Note

If a wrong selection is confirmed, press CLEAR to cancel it, and select and confirm the correct entry.

6. Press COMPLETE. A new album is created with the selected tracks recorded on it.

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Album Copy You can copy the entire disc, album, or bookmark in a new album.

Editing subject: HDD only

1. Select and confirm Album Copy in step 4 for ALBUM EDITING on page 31. The following message appears on the display.

The number of the group to be copied from flashes.

2. Select the group to be copied from by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control). The group to be copied from switches in the order of disc album bookmark.

3. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the group to be copied from. The display scrolls to the left to indicate the number of the group to be copied from and the number of the album to be copied to.

Notes

The album to be copied on is assigned the smallest available number.

If a wrong selection is confirmed, press CLEAR to cancel it. Select and confirm the correct entry.

4. Press COMPLETE. The selected group is copied to a new album.

ALBUM EDITING

4. Select the track to be added by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control).

5. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the track to be added.

6. When continuing to add tracks to the album, repeat steps 25.

7. Press COMPLETE. The selected tracks are added to the album.

When deleting tracks from the album

1. Select the track to be deleted by pressing t/e or r/y.

2. Press CLEAR.

Note

The tracks following the deleted track will automatically be down-numbered.

3. When continuing to delete tracks from the album, repeat steps 1 and 2.

4. Press COMLETE. The selected tracks are deleted from the album.

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Group to be copied from

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Group to be copied from Album to be copied to

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Album to be deleted

ALBUM EDITING

Album Rename You can move the album and assign a new number.

Editing subject: HDD only

1. Select and confirm Album Rename in step 4 for ALBUM EDITING on page 31. The following message appears on the display.

The number of the album to be moved flashes.

2. Select the album to be moved by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control).

3. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the album to be moved. The display scrolls to the left to indicate the number of the album to be moved and new number.

4. Select the new album number by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control).

5. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the new album number.

Note

If a wrong selection is confirmed, press CLEAR to cancel it. Then, select again and confirm the correct entry.

6. Press COMPLETE. The selected album has been moved and assigned a new number.

Notes

If the selected new album number is already in use, the albums following this renumbered album will be automatically up- numbered by one.

The original number of the album that has been renumbered will be available for future use.

Album Delete You can delete an existing album.

Editing subject: HDD or CD

1. Select and confirm Album Delete in step 4 for ALBUM EDITING on page 31. The following message appears on the display. (when HDD is selected)

The number of the album to be deleted flashes. (This indication does not appear when CD is selected.)

2. Select the album to be deleted by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control).

3. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the album to be deleted.

Notes

Steps 2 and 3 are not necessary when CD is selected for editing.

If a wrong selection is confirmed, press CLEAR to cancel it. Then, select again and confirm the correct entry.

4. Press COMPLETE. The selected album has been deleted.

Notes

When HDD is selected for editing, the number of the deleted album will be available for future use.

When CD is selected, the information about the created album with the recorded tracks on the CD will be erased if the disc tray is opened, or the power of this unit is turned off.

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Rename 001?

Album to be moved

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3. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the album to assign a title to. The following message appears on the display.

The cursor flashes.

Note

If the selected album already has a title, the title appears on the display.

4. Enter the title characters by using the MULTI JOG knob or the alphabetical/numeric buttons on the remote control.

Entering the title characters by using the MULTI JOG knob

1. Rotate the MULTI JOG knob clockwise. When the MULTI JOG knob is rotated clockwise, characters appear in the order of alphabetical capital letters, alphabetical lower case letters, numbers, and symbols. Select the character you wish to use for the title.

2. Press the MULTI JOG knob to confirm the selected character. The cursor moves to the next space. Repeat steps 1 and 2 until the title is complete. A title can contain up to 32 characters.

3. Press COMPLETE when all the characters have been entered. The title is assigned to the selected album.

Entering the title characters by using the alphabetical/ numeric buttons on the remote control

1. Select the character to be used for the title by using the alphabetical/numeric buttons on the remote control. Alphabetical capital letters, alphabetical lower case letters, and numbers switch each time the buttons are pressed. To create a space, press SPACE. To use a symbol, press SYMBOL to select the desired symbol.

2. Select the next character by pressing one of the alphabetical/numeric buttons. The cursor automatically moves to the next space. When the same button is used, press y to move the cursor to the next space.

ALBUM EDITING

Album Pack You can re-organize the album numbers by eliminating unused album numbers that have been created by changing album numbers or deleting albums.

Editing subject: HDD

1. Select and confirm Album Pack in step 4 for ALBUM EDITING on page 31. The following message appears on the display.

2. Press COMPLETE. The album numbers are re-organized without unused album numbers.

Album Title You can assign a title to a created album.

Editing subject: HDD only

1. Select and confirm Album Title in step 4 for ALBUM EDITING on page 31. The following message appears on the display.

The number of the album to assign a title to flashes.

2. Select the album to assign a title to by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control).

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After Album Pack has been performed (Unused album numbers have been eliminated.)

: Unused album numbers

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Album to assign the title to

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NATURAL SOUND HDD/CD RECORDER CDRHD1000

TEXT/TIME MODE/SET

MULTI JOG

DIGITAL REC LEVEL

PUSH ENTER

TRACK NO.

FINALIZE ERASE

BOOKMARK

COMPLETE

MENU

CLEAR

MIN MAX

OPTICAL

ANALOG REC LEVELINPUT

REC

COAXIAL

ANALOG

COPYCDRHDD

MIN MAX

LEVELPHONES

POWER

TRACK NO./BOOKMARK CLEAR

OPEN/CLOSE

COPY REC

TEXT/TIME INPUT

MODE/SET MENU

CLEAR

1 ABC 2 DEF 3 GHI

4 JKL 5 MNO 6 PQR

7 STU 8 VWX 9 YZ

SPACE SYMBOL 0 +10

BOOKMARK

REPEAT RANDOM INTRO

ENTER

COMPLETE

FINALIZE ERASE TRACK NO.

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BOOKMARK

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GROUP SKIP

INTRO

HDD CDR

BOOKMARK

CLEAR

3. Press COMPLETE when all the characters have been entered. The title is assigned to the selected album.

Note

If a new character is entered on the existing character, the new character takes the space and moves the original character and the following characters backward by one space.

Correcting the characters Move the cursor to the character to be corrected by pressing t/ e or r/y (t or y on the remote control). Press CLEAR to cancel the character before a new character is entered. Then enter and confirm the new character.

Bookmark While playing a track that has been recorded on the HDD of this unit, you can place a bookmark temporarily on the track. Bookmark is convenient for immediate playback of the desired track and for creating a new album since the tracks with bookmarks are stored in a playlist.

To place a bookmark

Press TRACK NO./BOOKMARK (BOOKMARK on the remote control) to place a bookmark during playback of the track. The BKMARK indicator lights on the display.

Notes

When the track with a bookmark is selected, the BKMARK indicator lights on the display regardless of whether it is during playback or stopped.

Only one list of tracks with bookmarks can be stored. If you wish to have more than one list, copy the playlist in the album. (See page 33.)

To play the track with a bookmark See page 58.

To cancel a bookmark Press TRACK NO./BOOKMARK (BOOKMARK on the remote control) to cancel the bookmark during playback of the track. The BKMARK indicator turns off on the display.

To cancel all bookmarks Press CLEAR as pressing TRACK NO./BOOKMARK on the front panel while this unit is in the stop mode. The following message appears on the display, and all bookmarks are canceled.

BKMARKG

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1. Press HDD to select the HDD.

2. Press MENU to display the menu item selection while this unit is in the stop mode.

3. Select Track Edit by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control).

TRACK EDITING

NATURAL SOUND HDD/CD RECORDER CDRHD1000

TEXT/TIME MODE/SET

MULTI JOG

DIGITAL REC LEVEL

PUSH ENTER

TRACK NO.

FINALIZE ERASE

BOOKMARK

COMPLETE

MENU

CLEAR

MIN MAX

OPTICAL

ANALOG REC LEVELINPUT

REC

COAXIAL

ANALOG

COPYCDRHDD

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LEVELPHONES

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COPY REC

TEXT/TIME INPUT

MODE/SET MENU

CLEAR

1 ABC 2 DEF 3 GHI

4 JKL 5 MNO 6 PQR

7 STU 8 VWX 9 YZ

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BOOKMARK

REPEAT RANDOM INTRO

ENTER

COMPLETE

FINALIZE ERASE TRACK NO.

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4. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to display the editing menu item selection.

5. Select the menu item by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control). The followings are the track editing menu items:

Track Rename

Track Adjust

Track Erase

Part Erase

Track Combine

Track Divide

Track Pack

Add Fade In

Add Fade Out

Track Title

6. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the menu item before editing.

7. Start editing by following the setting details (pages 3845) for each menu item.

Notes

If MENU is pressed during editing, entry of the selection becomes ineffective, and the display returns to the previous one.

If a is pressed during editing, all entry of the selection becomes ineffective, and the display returns to the one when this unit was in the stop mode.

8. Press a when all editing has been completed. The display changes to the one when this unit was in the stop mode.

You can do various editing operations on the tracks that have been recorded on the HDD. The following steps describe how to edit a track.

For details about each editing menu item, refer to the descriptions on the following pages corresponding to your need.

To change a track number ............................................................................................ Track Rename (page 38)

To adjust the beginning of a track ............................................................................... Track Adjust (page 38)

To erase a track ............................................................................................................ Track Erase (page 39)

To erase the part of a track .......................................................................................... Part Erase (page 40)

To combine a series of tracks ...................................................................................... Track Combine (page 41)

To divide one track into two ........................................................................................ Track Divide (page 42)

To eliminate unused track numbers ............................................................................. Track Pack (page 43)

To add fade-in to the beginning of a track ................................................................... Add Fade In (page 43)

To add fade-out to the end of a track ........................................................................... Add Fade Out (page 44)

To assign a track title ................................................................................................... Track Title (page 45)

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TRACK EDITING

Track Rename You can move a track and assign a new number.

1. Select and confirm Track Rename in step 5 for TRACK EDITING on page 37. The following message appears on the display.

The disc number that contains the track to be moved flashes.

2. Select the disc that contains the track to be moved by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control).

3. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the disc that contains the track to be moved. The number of the track to be moved flashes.

4. Select the track to be moved by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control). The display scrolls to the left to indicate the disc number that contains the track to be moved, the existing track number, and the new track number.

5. Select the new track number by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control).

6. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the new track number.

Note

If a wrong selection is confirmed, press CLEAR to cancel it. Then, select again and confirm the correct entry.

7. Press COMPLETE. The selected track is renumbered.

Notes

If the new track number is already in use, the tracks following this renumbered track will be automatically up-numbered by one.

The original number of the track that has been renumbered will be available for future use.

Track Adjust You can change the beginning of the track to either earlier or later.

1. Select and confirm Track Adjust in step 5 for TRACK EDITING on page 37. The following message appears on the display.

The disc number that contains the disc to be adjusted flashes.

2. Select the disc that contains the track to be adjusted by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control).

3. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the disc that contains the track to be adjusted. The number of the track to be adjusted flashes.

4. Select the track to be adjusted by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control).

5. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the track to be adjusted.

Note

If there is no track before the track that is selected and confirmed in steps 4 and 5, No Previous appears on the display, and adjustment is not possible for this track.

6. Press w/d (w on the remote control) to start playback of the track to be adjusted. Adjust and the indication of the time length to be adjusted alternately appear on the display.

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Rename 001 1?

Disc that contains the track to be moved

Track to be moved

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Disc that contains the track to be moved

Existing track number New track number

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Disc that contains the track to be adjusted

Track to be adjusted

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7. Adjust the time length to change the beginning of the track by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control). The time length can be adjusted by minute: second: frame. (Frame is the unit used for values smaller than 1 second. 75 frames make 1 second.) Move the cursor on the side of the second indication to the part to be adjusted by pressing t/e or r/y.

8. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to search for the temporarily changed beginning point of the track according to the time length setting made in step 7 and start repeated playback of the track from the new beginning point to the end. Go to the next step if the new beginning point is set appropriately. If not, continue the adjustment by repeating steps 7 and 8.

Notes

Press CLEAR to cancel the new setting and return to the original setting for the track beginning point.

If a wrong selection is confirmed, press CLEAR to cancel it. Then, select again and confirm the correct entry.

9. Press COMPLETE. The new track beginning point is set.

TRACK EDITING

Track Erase You can erase a selected track.

1. Select and confirm Track Erase in step 5 for TRACK EDITING on page 37. The following message appears on the display.

The disc number that contains the track to be erased flashes.

2. Select the disc that contains the track to be erased by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control).

3. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the disc that contains the track to be erased. The number of the track to be erased flashes.

4. Select the track to be erased by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control).

5. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the track to be erased.

Notes

If a wrong selection is confirmed, press CLEAR to cancel it. Then, select again and confirm the correct entry.

To check the track to be erased, press w/d (w on the remote control). This unit starts to play the track to be erased repeatedly.

6. Press COMPLETE. The selected track is erased.

Note

The number of the track that has been erased will be available for future use.

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Erase 001 1?

Disc that contains the track to be erased

Track to be erased

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3. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to search for the point that is several seconds before the beginning point of the partial erase set in step 2. Then the passage between the searched point and the beginning point set for the partial erase is for repeatedly played. Go to the next step, if the beginning point of the partial erase is set appropriately. If not, continue setting by repeating steps 2 and 3.

4. Press MODE/SET to confirm the beginning point of the partial erase.

Setting the ending point of a partial erase End.Pt. and the ending point of the partial erase alternately appear on the display after step 4 for Setting the beginning of a partial erase.

Note

The ending point of the partial erase is temporarily set to a point that is 10 seconds after the beginning point of the partial erase.

1. Set the ending point of the partial erase by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control). The ending point of the partial erase can be set by minute: second: frame. Move the cursor on the side of the second indication to the point to be set by pressing t/e or r/y.

2. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to search for the ending point of the partial erase set in step 1. Then the passage between the ending point and a point that is several seconds after the ending point is repeatedly played. Go to the next step, if the ending point of the partial erase is set appropriately. If not, continue setting by repeating steps 1 and 2.

Cursor

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TRACK EDITING

Part Erase You can erase part of a selected track.

1. Select and confirm Part Erase in step 5 for TRACK EDITING on page 37. The following message appears on the display.

The disc number that contains the track to be partially erased flashes.

2. Select the disc that contains the track to be partially erased by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control).

3. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the disc that contains the track to be partially erased. The number of the track to be partially erased flashes.

4. Select the track to be partially erased by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control).

5. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the track to be partially erased.

Setting the beginning point of a partial erase

1. Press w/d (w on the remote control) to start playback of the track to be partially erased. Str.Pt. and the beginning point of a partial erase alternately appear on the display.

2. Set the beginning point of the partial erase by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control). The beginning point of a partial erase can be set by the minute, second, or frame. Move the cursor on the side of the second indication to the point to be set by pressing t/e or r/y.

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Prt.Er.001 1?

Disc that contains the track to be partially erased

Track to be partially erased

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Str.Pt. 001

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3. Press MODE/SET to confirm the ending point of the partial erase. Prt.Er. and Pt.Fix alternately appear on the display.

When the ending point is confirmed, this unit repeatedly plays the passage between a point that is approximately 5 seconds before the beginning point and the point that is approximately 5 seconds after the ending point of the partial erase.

To change the ending point, press CLEAR once to return to the setting display for the ending point. To change the beginning point, press CLEAR twice to return to the setting display for the beginning point.

4. Press COMPLETE. The selected part is erased.

Caution

The minimum length of a track is 4 seconds. It is not possible to create a track that is shorter than 4 seconds by a partial erase.

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Track

Track

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1 Repeated passage when setting the beginning point 2 Repeated passage when setting the ending point 3 Repeated passage after confirming the ending point

Track Combine You can combine a series of tracks into one.

1. Select and confirm Track Combine in step 5 for TRACK EDITING on page 37. The following message appears on the display.

The disc number that contains the first track to be combined flashes.

2. Select the disc that contains the first track to be combined by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control).

3. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the disc that contains the first track to be combined. The number of the track to be the first in the combination flashes.

4. Select the track to be the first in the combination by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control).

5. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the track to be the first in the combination. The display scrolls to the left to indicate the disc number that contains the first track to be combined, the track number to be the first in the combination, and the track number to be the last in the combination.

6. Select the track to be the last in the combination by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control).

7. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the track to be the last in the combination.

8. Press COMPLETE. The two selected tracks and all those between are combined into one track.

Notes

When combining a series of tracks, the selected track numbers following the selected first track will be available for future use.

The track title for the first track is effective for the combined track.

Disc that contains the first track to be combined

Track to be the first in the combination

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Disc that contains the first track in the combination

Track to be the first in the combination

Track to be the last in the combination

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1 2 3 4 5 6

Before Track Divide is performed

Divided into two

After Track Divide has been performed (dividing a track into two)

: Space not being used

Track Divide You can divide a track into two at the selected point.

1. Select and confirm Track Divide in step 5 for TRACK EDITING on page 37. The following message appears on the display.

The disc number that contains the track to be divided flashes.

2. Select the disc that contains the track to be divided by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control).

3. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the disc that contains the track to be divided. The number of the track to be divided flashes.

4. Select the track to be divided by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control).

5. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the track to be divided.

6. Press w/d (w on the remote control) to play the track to be divided. Div.Pt. and the dividing point alternately appear on the display.

7. Set the dividing point by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control). The dividing point can be set by minute: second: frame. Move the cursor on the side of the second indication to the point to be set by pressing t/e or r/y.

8. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to search for a point that is several seconds before the dividing point set in step 7. Then the passage between the searched for point and the dividing point is repeatedly played. Go to the next step, if the dividing point is set appropriately. If not, continue setting by repeating steps 7 and 8.

9. Press COMPLETE. The selected track is divided into two at the set dividing point.

Cautions

The minimum length of a track is 4 seconds. It is not possible to create a track that is shorter than 4 seconds by dividing a track.

One disc can contain up to 99 tracks. If the disc already contains 99 tracks, Track No.Full appears on the display.

Note

The track numbers following the divided track will be up- numbered by one. However, if there is any unused track number, only the tracks up to that number will be up-numbered.

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Disc that contains the track to be divided

Track to be divided

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Track Pack You can re-organize the track numbers by eliminating unused track numbers, that have been created by changing track numbers or erasing tracks.

1. Select and confirm Track Pack in step 5 for TRACK EDITING on page 37. The following message appears on the display.

2. Select the disc on which unused track numbers are to be eliminated by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control).

3. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the disc on which unused track numbers are to be eliminated.

4. Press COMPLETE. The track numbers are re-organized by eliminating unused track numbers.

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Pack 001 ?

Disc on which unused track numbers are to be eliminated

1 3 4 6

1 2 3 4 5 6

Before Track Pack is performed

After Track Pack has been performed (Unused track numbers have been eliminated.)

: Unused track numbers

Add Fade In You can add fade-in at the beginning of a track. The beginning of the track is played with gradually rising level when fade-in has been added.

1. Select and confirm Add Fade In in step 5 for TRACK EDITING on page 37. The following message appears on the display.

The disc number that contains the track to add fade-in flashes.

2. Select the disc that contains the track to add fade-in by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control).

3. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the disc that contains the track to add fade-in. The number of the track to add fade-in flashes.

4. Select the track to add fade-in by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control).

5. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the track to add fade-in.

6. Press w/d (w on the remote control) to play the track to add fade-in. Fd.In and the fade-in length alternately appear on the display.

7. Set the fade-in length by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control). The fade-in length can be set in the 1 to 10 second range by 1 second increments.

Disc that contains the track to add fade-in

Track to add fade-in

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8. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to repeatedly play the passage between the beginning of the track and a point that is several seconds after the end of the fade-in to be added as set in step 7. Go to the next step, if the fade-in length is set appropriately. If not, continue setting by repeating steps 7 and 8.

9. Press COMPLETE. The fade-in is added to the beginning of the selected track for the selected length.

Notes

To cancel the fade-in that has been added, press CLEAR in step 7 to clear the fade-in length, and then press COMPLETE.

Fade-in cannot be added to a track that is shorter than 21 seconds.

The fade-in effect becomes ineffective if the following editing is performed to the track which the fade-in is added to.

1. Erasing a certain part of the track (Part Erase).

2. Combining the track (Track Combine).

3. Dividing the track (Track Divide).

4. Adjusting the beginning of the track (Track Adjust).

Add Fade Out You can add fade-out at the end of a track. The end of the track is played with gradually lowering the level when fade-out has been added.

1. Select and confirm Add Fade Out in step 5 for TRACK EDITING on page 37. The following message appears on the display.

The disc number that contains the track to add fade-out flashes.

2. Select the disc that contains the track to add fade-out by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control).

3. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the disc that contains the track to add fade-out. The number of the track to add fade-out flashes.

4. Select the track to add fade-out by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control).

5. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the track to add fade-out.

6. Press w/d (w on the remote control) to play the track to add fade-out. Fd.Out and the fade-out length alternately appear on the display.

7. Set the fade-out length by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control). The fade-out length can be set in the 1 to 10 second range by 1 second increments.

8. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to repeatedly play the passage between a point that is several seconds before the beginning of the fade-out to be added as set in step 7 and the end of the track. Go to the next step, if the fade-out length is set appropriately. If not, continue setting by repeating steps 7 and 8.

9. Press COMPLETE. The fade-out is added to the end of the selected track for the selected length.

Notes

To cancel the fade-out that has been added, press CLEAR in step 7 to clear the fade-out length, and then press COMPLETE.

Fade-out cannot be added to a track that is shorter than 21 seconds.

The fade-out effect becomes ineffective if the following editing is performed to the track which the fade-out is added to.

1. Erasing a certain part of the track (Part Erase).

2. Combining the track (Track Combine).

3. Dividing the track (Track Divide).

4. Adjusting the beginning of the track (Track Adjust).

TRACK EDITING

GROUPL

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Fd.Out 001 1?

Disc that contains the track to add fade-out

Track to add fade-out

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Track Title You can assign a title to a track.

1. Select and confirm Track Title in step 5 for TRACK EDITING on page 37. The following message appears on the display.

The disc number that contains the track to assign a title to flashes.

2. Select the disc that contains the track to assign a title to by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control).

3. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the disc that contains the track to assign a title to. When the disc has been confirmed, the disc number that contains the track to assign a title to flashes.

4. Select the track to assign a title to by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control).

5. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the track to assign a title to. The following message appears on the display.

The cursor flashes.

Note

If the selected track already has a title, the title appears on the display.

6. Enter the title characters by using the MULTI JOG knob or the alphabetical/numeric buttons on the remote control.

Entering the title characters by using the MULTI JOG knob

1. Rotate the MULTI JOG knob clockwise. When the MULTI JOG knob is rotated clockwise, characters appear in the order of alphabetical capital letters, alphabetical lower case letters, numbers, and symbols. Select the character you wish to use for the title.

2. Press the MULTI JOG knob to confirm the selected character. The cursor moves to the next space. Repeat steps 1 and 2 until the title is complete. A title can contain up to 32 characters.

3. Press COMPLETE when all the characters have been entered. The title is assigned to the selected track.

Entering the title characters by using the alphabetical/ numeric buttons on the remote control

1. Select the character to be used for the title by using the alphabetical/numeric buttons on the remote control. Alphabetical capital letters, alphabetical lower case letters, and numbers switch each time the buttons are pressed. To create a space, press SPACE. To use a symbol, press SYMBOL to select the desired symbol.

2. Select the next character by pressing one of the alphabetical/numeric buttons. The cursor automatically moves to the next space. When the same button is used, press y to move the cursor to the next space.

3. Press COMPLETE when all the characters have been entered. The title is assigned to the selected track.

Note

If a new character is entered on the existing character, the new character takes the space and moves the original character and the following characters backward by one space.

Correcting the characters Move the cursor to the character to be corrected by pressing t/ e or r/y (t or y on the remote control). Press CLEAR to cancel the character before a new character is entered. Then enter and confirm the new character.

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Title 001 1?

Disc that contains the track to assign a title to

Track to assign a title to

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6. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the menu item before editing.

7. Start editing by following the detailed steps (pages 4649) for each menu item.

Notes

If MENU is pressed during editing, entry of the selection becomes ineffective, and the display changes to the previous one.

If a is pressed during editing, all entry of the selection becomes ineffective, and the display changes to the one while this unit was in the stop mode.

8. Press a when all editing has been completed. The display changes to the one when this unit was in the stop mode.

Disc Rename You can move a disc and assign a new number.

1. Select and confirm Disc Rename in step 5 for DISC EDITING. The following message appears on the display.

The disc number to be moved flashes.

2. Select the disc to be moved by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control).

3. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the disc to be moved. The display scrolls to the left to indicate the disc number to be moved and new number.

1. Press HDD to select the HDD to edit.

2. Press MENU to display the menu item selection while this unit is in the stop mode.

3. Select Disc Edit by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control).

4. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to display the editing menu item selection.

5. Select the desired editing menu item by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control). The followings are the disc editing menu items:

Disc Rename

Disc Erase

Disc Combine

Disc Divide

Disc Pack

Disc Title

DISC EDITING

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TEXT/TIME MODE/SET

MULTI JOG

DIGITAL REC LEVEL

PUSH ENTER

TRACK NO.

FINALIZE ERASE

BOOKMARK

COMPLETE

MENU

CLEAR

MIN MAX

OPTICAL

ANALOG REC LEVELINPUT

REC

COAXIAL

ANALOG

COPYCDRHDD

MIN MAX

LEVELPHONES

POWER

1 23, 4, 5, 6

8

OPEN/CLOSE

COPY REC

TEXT/TIME INPUT

MODE/SET MENU

CLEAR

1 ABC 2 DEF 3 GHI

ENTER

COMPLETE

FINALIZE ERASE TRACK NO.

WRITE

GROUP SKIP

HDD CDR

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8 1

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Disc to be moved

GROUPL

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Rename 001?

GROUPL

R dB 30 10 6 2 0

Dsc001001

Disc to be moved New disc number

You can do various editing operations on the discs that have been recorded on the HDD. The following steps describe how to edit a disc.

For details about each editing menu item, refer to the descriptions on the following pages corresponding to your need.

To change a disc number ............................................................................................. Disc Rename (page 46)

To erase a disc ............................................................................................................. Disc Erase (page 47)

To combine a series of discs ........................................................................................ Disc Combine (page 47)

To divide one disc into two .......................................................................................... Disc Divide (page 48)

To eliminate unused disc numbers .............................................................................. Disc Pack (page 48)

To assign a disc title .................................................................................................... Disc Title (page 49)

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4. Select the new disc number to by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control).

5. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the new disc number.

Note

If a wrong selection is confirmed, press CLEAR to cancel it. Then, select again and confirm the correct entry.

6. Press COMPLETE. The selected disc has been moved to and assigned a new number.

Notes

If the selected new disc number is already in use, the disc numbers following this renumbered disc will be automatically up- numbered by one.

The original number of the disc that has been renumbered will be available for future use.

Disc Erase You can erase a selected disc.

1. Select and confirm Disc Erase in step 5 for DISC EDITING on page 46. The following message appears on the display.

The number of the disc to be erased flashes.

2. Select the disc to be erased by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control).

3. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the disc to be erased.

Note

If a wrong selection is confirmed, press CLEAR to cancel it. Then, select again and confirm the correct entry.

4. Press COMPLETE. The selected disc is erased.

Note

The number of the erased disc will be available for future use.

DISC EDITING

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Erase 001?

Disc to be erased

Disc Combine You can combine a series of discs into one.

1. Select and confirm Disc Combine in step 5 for DISC EDITING on page 46. The following message appears on the display.

The disc number to be the first in the combination flashes.

2. Select the disc to be the first track in the combination by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control).

3. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the disc to be the first in the combination. The display scrolls to the left to indicate the disc numbers to be the first and the last in the combination.

4. Select the disc to be the last in the combination by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control).

5. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the disc to be the last in the combination.

6. Press COMPLETE. The two selected discs and all those between are combined into one disc.

Caution

One disc can contain up to 99 tracks. When the total track number on a disc exceeds 99, Track No.Full appears on the display.

Notes

When combining a series of discs, the selected disc numbers following the selected first disc will be available for future use.

The disc title for the first disc is effective for the combined disc.

GROUPL

R dB 30 10 6 2 0

Combine 001?

Disc to be the first in the combination

GROUPL

R dB 30 10 6 2 0

001 -002

Disc to be the first in the combination

Disc to be the last in the combination

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Disc Divide You can divide a disc into two at the selected point.

1. Select and confirm Disc Divide in step 5 for DISC EDITING on page 46. The following message appears on the display.

The number of the disc to be divided flashes.

2. Select the disc to be divided by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control).

3. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the disc to be divided. Div.from and the dividing point (the number of the track to be the first after dividing) appear on the display.

4. Select the dividing point by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control).

5. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the dividing point.

6. Press COMPLETE. The selected disc is divided into two at the selected dividing point.

Caution

The HDD can contain up to 999 discs. If the HDD already contains 999 discs, Disc No.Full appears on the display.

Note

The disc numbers following the divided disc will be up-numbered by one. However, if there is any unused disc number, only the discs up to that number will be up-numbered.

DISC EDITING

Disc to be divided

GROUPL

R dB 30 10 6 2 0

Divide 001?

Track to be the first after dividing

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R dB 30 10 6 2 0

Div.from 04?

Disc Pack You can re-organize the disc numbers by eliminating unused disc numbers that have been created by changing disc numbers or erasing discs.

1. Select and confirm Disc Pack in step 5 for DISC EDITING on page 46. The following message appears on the display.

2. Press COMPLETE. The disc numbers are re-organized by eliminating unused disc numbers.

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Pack ?

1 3 4 6

1 2 3 4 5 6

Before Disc Pack is performed

After Disc Pack has been performed (Unused disc numbers have been eliminated.)

: Unused disc numbers

1 2 4 5 6

1 2 3 4 5 6

Before Disc Divide is performed

Divided into two

After Disc Divide has been performed (dividing a disc into two) : Space not being used

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Disc Title You can assign a title to a recorded disc.

1. Select and confirm Disc Title in step 5 for DISC EDITING on page 46. The following message appears on the display.

The number of the disc to assign a title to flashes.

2. Select the disc to assign a title to by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control).

3. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the disc to assign a title to. The following message appears on the display.

The cursor flashes.

Note

If the selected disc already has a title, the title appears on the display.

4. Enter the title characters by using the MULTI JOG knob or the alphabetical/numeric buttons on the remote control.

Entering the title characters by using the MULTI JOG knob

1. Rotate the MULTI JOG knob clockwise. When the MULTI JOG knob is rotated clockwise, characters appear in the order of alphabetical capital letters, alphabetical lower case letters, numbers, and symbols. Select the character you wish to use for the title.

2. Press the MULTI JOG knob to confirm the selected character. The cursor moves to the next space. Repeat steps 1 and 2 until the title is complete. A title can contain up to 32 characters.

3. Press COMPLETE when all the characters have been entered. The title is assigned to the selected disc.

Entering the title characters by using the alphabetical/ numeric buttons on the remote control

1. Select the character to be used for the title by using the alphabetical/numeric buttons on the remote control. Alphabetical capital letters, alphabetical lower case letters, and numbers switch each time the buttons are pressed. To create a space, press SPACE. To use a symbol, press SYMBOL to select the desired symbol.

2. Select the next character by pressing one of the alphabetical/numeric buttons. The cursor automatically moves to the next space. When the same button is used, press y to move the cursor to the next space.

3. Press COMPLETE when all the characters have been entered. A title is assigned to the selected disc.

Note

If a new character is entered on the existing character, the new character takes the space and moves the original character and the following characters forward by one space.

Correcting the characters Move the cursor to the character to be corrected by pressing t/ e or r/y (t or y on the remote control). Press CLEAR to cancel the character before a new character is entered. Then enter and confirm the new character.

Disc to assign a title to

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Title 001?

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UNDO FUNCTION You can cancel an operation and the result of a previous editing step on this unit (Undo function).

1. Press MENU to display the menu item selection while this unit is in the stop mode.

2. Select Undo by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control).

3. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to display Undo?.

4. Press COMPLETE. The previous editing operation and result are canceled.

The undo function does not work if any of the following operations has been performed after the editing operation.

After the editing operation, a recording has been made, or this unit has been set in the recording pause mode to start recording.

After the editing operation, a copy has been made, or this unit has been set in the copy standby mode to start copying.

Further editing operations have been performed.

The HDD has been formatted.

The following message appears on the display if the undo function does not work.

Notes

The undo function does not apply to the addition of fade-in or fade-out to a track because it can be canceled at any time.

The undo function does not apply to assigning a title to an album, track or disc.

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Undo

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You can erase the data recorded on a CD-RW disc. New recordings can be made in the space created by erasing. The following 4 types of erasing are possible with this unit.

Last Track Erase This operation erases the last track on a disc. Last Track Erase cannot be performed if a CD-RW disc has been finalized, or only one track has been recorded on the disc.

1. Load the CD-RW disc to be erased.

2. Press ERASE. The following message appears on the display.

Go to the next step when erasing only the last track. To erase other tracks as well, select the track number to start erasing from by rotating the MULTI JOG knob.

To cancel erasing, press a.

3. Press w/d (w on the remote control) to start erasing. Erasing flashes on the display, and the level meter shows the erasing progress.

4. This unit enters the stop mode when erasing has been completed.

All Track Erase This operation erases all of the tracks. All Track Erase cannot be done if a CD-RW disc has been finalized.

1. Load the CD-RW disc to be erased.

2. Press ERASE repeatedly until Erase All? appears on the display.

To cancel erasing, press a .

3. Press w/d (w on the remote control) to start erasing. Erasing flashes on the display, and the level meter shows the erasing progress.

4. This unit enters the stop mode when erasing has been completed.

TOC Erase This operation is only available on a CD-RW disc that has been finalized. After the Table of Contents (TOC) has been erased, the effects of finalization are defeated, and further recording is possible.

1. Load the CD-RW disc that has been finalized.

2. Press ERASE. Erase TOC? appears on the display.

To cancel erasing, press a.

3. Press w/d (w on the remote control) to start erasing. Erasing flashes on the display, and the level meter shows the erasing progress.

4. This unit enters the stop mode when erasing has been completed.

Note

The TOC indicator turns off when TOC Erase has been completed.

Disc Erase This operation erases all data on the disc. It is mainly used to recover a disc.

1. Load the CD-RW disc to be erased.

2. Press and hold ERASE for approximately 2 seconds. Erase Disc? appears on the display.

To cancel erasing, press a.

3. Press w/d (w on the remote control) to start erasing. Erasing flashes on the display, and the level meter shows the erasing progress.

4. This unit enters the stop mode when erasing has been completed.

Cautions

Never turn off the power of this unit during erasing.

If Check Disc appears on the display during erasing, and erasing stops, there may be dust or damage on the disc. Check the disc and start the erasing operation again.

Erasing a disc takes approximately 20 minutes.

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Erase Last?

GROUP CDRW

Erase 2- 9? L

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Track to start erasing from Last track

GROUP CDRW

Erase All? L

R dB 30 10 6 2 0

GROUP CDRW

Erase TOC? L

R dB 30 10 6 2 0

TOC

GROUP CDRW

Erase Disc? L

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Playing a CD

1. Press v (OPEN/CLOSE on the remote control) to open the disc tray.

2. Load the CD to be played on the disc tray and close the disc tray by pressing v (OPEN/CLOSE on the remote control). This unit starts reading the disc information. Reading flashes on the display during reading.

3. Start playback. When w/d (w on the remote control) is pressed, this unit starts playback from the beginning of the first track.

4. Press w/d (d on the remote control) to stop playback temporarily. Press w/d (w or d on the remote control) to resume playback.

5. Press a to stop playback.

BASIC PLAYBACK OPERATION This unit can play back tracks recorded on the 2 types of recording media; HDD and CD. Press HDD to play tracks recorded on the HDD, and press CDR to play tracks recorded on a CD (including a CD-R and a CD-RW disc).

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TEXT/TIME MODE/SET

MULTI JOG

DIGITAL REC LEVEL

PUSH ENTER

TRACK NO.

FINALIZE ERASE

BOOKMARK

COMPLETE

MENU

CLEAR

MIN MAX

OPTICAL

ANALOG REC LEVELINPUT

REC

COAXIAL

ANALOG

COPY

2 1, 2 3, 4 5

OPEN/CLOSE

COPY REC

TEXT/TIME INPUT

MODE/SET MENU

CLEAR

1 ABC 2 DEF 3 GHI

ENTER

COMPLETE

FINALIZE ERASE TRACK NO.

WRITE

GROUP SKIP

HDD CDR

4 3, 4 5

1, 2

GROUP CD

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1 001 TOC

Playing Tracks on the HDD

1. Make sure the GROUP indicator is lit on the display and select the group (disc, album, or bookmark) to be played by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control).

Note

You can select the group by pressing GROUP SKIP q/ GROUP SKIP w on the remote control.

2. Start playback. When w/d (w on the remote control) is pressed, this unit starts playback from the beginning of the first track of the selected group.

3. Press w/d (d on the remote control) to stop playback temporarily. Press w/d (w or d on the remote control) to resume playback.

4. Press a to stop playback.

IMPORTANT Never turn off the power of this unit during the playback. The data on the HDD may be damaged. During the playback, make sure that this unit is not subjected to shock or vibration as the HDD may be damaged.

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TEXT/TIME MODE/SET

MULTI JOG

DIGITAL REC LEVEL

PUSH ENTER

TRACK NO.

FINALIZE ERASE

BOOKMARK

COMPLETE

MENU

CLEAR

MIN MAX

OPTICAL

ANALOG REC LEVELINPUT

REC

COAXIAL

ANALOG

COPY

2, 3

1

4 OPEN/CLOSE

COPY REC

TEXT/TIME INPUT

MODE/SET MENU

CLEAR

1 ABC 2 DEF 3 GHI

4 JKL 5 MNO 6 PQR

7 STU 8 VWX 9 YZ

ENTER

COMPLETE

FINALIZE ERASE TRACK NO.

WRITE

REPEAT RANDOM

GROUP SKIP

INTRO

HDD CDR

3 2, 3 4

1

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Finding the Desired Passage (Search) To go forward rapidly Press and hold r/y (r on the remote control) during playback. When the button is released, normal playback resumes.

To go backward rapidly Press and hold t/e (e on the remote control) during playback. When the button is released, normal playback resumes.

Note

Search is possible in the pause mode. No sound can be heard when searching is performed during the pause mode.

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MULTI JOG

DIGITAL REC LEVEL

PUSH ENTER

TRACK NO.

FINALIZE ERASE

BOOKMARK

COMPLETE

MENU

CLEAR

MIN MAX

OPTICAL

ANALOG REC LEVELINPUT

REC

COAXIAL

ANALOG

COPY

t/e r/y

MULTI JOG

7 STU 8 VWX 9 YZ

SPACE SYMBOL 0 +10

BOOKMARK

REPEAT RANDOM

GROUP SKIP

INTRO

HDD CDR

OPEN/CLOSE

COPY REC

TEXT/TIME INPUT

MODE/SET MENU

CLEAR

1 ABC 2 DEF 3 GHI

4 JKL 5 MNO 6 PQR

7 STU 8 VWX 9 YZ

SPACE SYMBOL 0 +10

BOOKMARK

REPEAT RANDOM INTRO

ENTER

COMPLETE

FINALIZE ERASE TRACK NO.

WRITE

r

GROUP SKIP w

+,

ENTER

e

GROUP SKIP q

Finding the Desired Group (Group Skip) You can select the group (disc, album, or bookmark) recorded on the HDD.

To select the desired group with the MULTI JOG knob (+/ on the remote control)

Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to turn on the GROUP indicator on the display.

Rotate the MULTI JOG knob clockwise (press + on the remote control) to advance to the next group and the following groups or counterclockwise (press on the remote control) to return to the previous group and other previous groups.

To advance to the next group Press GROUP SKIP w on the remote control. Press GROUP SKIP w repeatedly to advance to other groups.

To return to the previous group Press GROUP SKIP q on the remote control. Press GROUP SKIP q repeatedly to return to other previous groups.

Notes

Group skip is possible in the play, pause and stop modes.

Playback starts from the beginning of the first track of the selected group.

GROUPL

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Resume Play function If you press w/d (w on the remote control) after a has been pressed to stop playback, this unit starts playback from the beginning of the track that has been stopped. This function is called Resume Play. To cancel the Resume Play function, press a to stop playback first and then press a again. After the cancellation, this unit starts playback from the beginning of the first track recorded on a disc (or an album) or a CD.

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TEXT/TIME MODE/SET

MULTI JOG

DIGITAL REC LEVEL

PUSH ENTER

TRACK NO.

FINALIZE ERASE

BOOKMARK

COMPLETE

MENU

CLEAR

MIN MAX

OPTICAL

ANALOG REC LEVELINPUT

REC

COAXIAL

ANALOG

COPYCDRHDD

MIN MAX

LEVELPHONES

POWER

t/e r/y

MULTI JOG

OPEN/CLOSE

COPY REC

TEXT/TIME INPUT

MODE/SET MENU

CLEAR

1 ABC 2 DEF 3 GHI

4 JKL 5 MNO 6 PQR

7 STU 8 VWX 9 YZ

SPACE SYMBOL 0 +10

BOOKMARK

REPEAT RANDOM INTRO

ENTER

COMPLETE

FINALIZE ERASE TRACK NO.

WRITE

7 STU 8 VWX 9 YZ

SPACE SYMBOL 0 +10

BOOKMARK

REPEAT RANDOM

GROUP SKIP

INTRO

HDD CDR

yt

+,

ENTER

Finding the Desired Track (Track Skip) To select the desired track number with the MULTI

JOG knob (+/ on the remote control) Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to turn on the TRACK indicator on the display.

Rotate the MULTI JOG knob clockwise (press + on the remote control) to advance to the next track and the following tracks or counterclockwise (press on the remote control) to return to the previous track and other previous tracks.

To advance to the next track Press r/y (y on the remote control). Press r/y (y on the remote control) repeatedly to skip to other tracks.

To return to the beginning of the track being played Press t/e (t on the remote control) once during playback.

To return to the previous track Press t/e (t on the remote control) twice during playback. Press t/e (t on the remote control) repeatedly to return to other previous tracks.

Numeric buttons

To play the desired track Select the desired track by using the numeric buttons on the remote control. The selected track number appears on the display.

Example: To select track 25 Press +10 twice, and then immediately press 5 once.

Note

If a number higher than the last track number recorded on a disc (or an album) or a CD is entered by using the remote control, this unit plays the last track.

Note

Track skip is possible in the play, pause and stop modes.

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This unit provides various playback methods according to the setting. The following steps describe the setting procedure for each setting.

Notes

The setting of play style, random play, repeat play, and intro play can be set during the playback.

The setting of play style, random play, and repeat play is memorized even after the power of this unit has been turned off.

Setting the Play Style When playing sources recorded on the HDD, you can set the play style. The play style setting changes the range of playback for random play, full repeat play, and intro play.

1. Press HDD to select the HDD.

2. Press MODE/SET to display the playback mode setting. Play Style appears on the display.

3. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to start the play style setting.

4. Rotate the MULTI JOG knob (press +/ on the remote control) to display Style All or Style Group.

5. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the selection.

When Style All is confirmed The A indicator lights on the display.

Random play, full repeat play, or intro play can be set for one of the group categories (disc, album, and bookmark) recorded on the HDD.

When random play is set, all tracks that belong to the selected group category are played in a random sequence.

When full repeat play is set, all tracks that belong to the selected group category are repeatedly played.

When intro play is set, the beginnings of all tracks that belong to the selected group category are played one after another.

For example, if full repeat play is set during the playback of disc 1, all tracks recorded to discs 1 and 2 are repeatedly played.

Note

If Style All is set and the group title is shown on the display, the sound may be missing when this unit switches from one disc to another. To avoid this problem, switch the display to from the indication of time by pressing TEXT/TIME (see page 10).

When Style Group is confirmed The G indicator lights on the display.

Random play, full repeat play, or intro play can be set for one of the groups (disc, album, and bookmark) recorded on the HDD.

When random play is set, all tracks that belong to the selected group are played in a random sequence.

When full repeat play is set, all tracks that belong to the selected group are repeatedly played.

When intro play is set, the beginnings of all tracks that belong to the selected group are played one after another.

For example, if full repeat play is set during the playback of disc 1, all tracks recorded to disc 1 are repeatedly played.

ADVANCED PLAYBACK OPERATION

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Random Play You can listen to all tracks recorded in a group on the HDD or on a CD in a random sequence.

To set random play

1. Press HDD or CDR to select the drive to be used.

2. Press MODE/SET to start the playback mode setting.

3. Rotate the MULTI JOG knob (press +/ on the remote control) to display Random.

4. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to start setting random play.

5. Rotate the MULTI JOG knob (press +/ on the remote control) to display Random On.

6. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the selection. The RNDM indicator lights on the display.

Notes

Random play can be easily set by pressing RANDOM on the remote control.

If random play is set during playback, the new setting applies to the next track.

To start random play When random play is set, press w/d (w on the remote control) to start random play.

To stop random play Press a.

To cancel the random play setting Select and confirm Random Off in step 5 for To set random play or press RANDOM on the remote control. The RNDM indicator turns off on the display.

Single Repeat Play You can listen to a single desired track or to a track being played repeatedly.

To set single repeat play

1. Press HDD or CDR to select the drive to be used.

2. Press MODE/SET to start the playback mode setting.

3. Rotate the MULTI JOG knob (press +/ on the remote control) to display Repeat.

4. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to start setting single repeat play.

5. Rotate the MULTI JOG knob (+/ on the remote control) to display Repeat Single.

6. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the selection. The S REP indicator lights on the display.

Notes

Single repeat play can be easily set by pressing REPEAT on the remote control once.

The track being played is repeatedly played even during playback of an album or random play.

To cancel the single repeat play setting Select and confirm Repeat Off in step 5 for To set single repeat play or press REPEAT on the remote control repeatedly until the S REP indicator turns off on the display.

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Full Repeat Play You can repeatedly listen to all tracks recorded in a group (or a CD) or group category.

To set full repeat play

1. Press HDD or CDR to select the drive to be used.

2. Press MODE/SET to start the playback mode setting.

3. Rotate the MULTI JOG knob (press +/ on the remote control) to display Repeat.

4. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to start setting full repeat play.

5. Rotate the MULTI JOG knob (press +/ on the remote control) to display Repeat Full.

6. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the selection. The REP indicator lights on the display.

Notes

Full repeat play can be easily set by pressing REPEAT on the remote control twice.

The tracks are repeatedly played in the same random order if played in the random play mode.

To cancel the full repeat play setting Select and confirm Repeat Off in step 5 for To set full repeat play or press REPEAT on the remote control repeatedly until the REP indicator turns off on the display.

Intro Play You can listen to the beginnings of the tracks for a set amount of time one after another.

To set intro play

1. Press HDD or CDR to select the drive to be used.

2. Press MODE/SET to start the playback mode setting.

3. Rotate the MULTI JOG knob (press +/ on the remote control) to display Intros Scan.

4. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to start setting intro play.

5. Rotate the MULTI JOG knob (press +/ on the remote control) to set the amount of time to play the beginning of each track. The playback time can be set in the 1 to 10 seconds range by 1 second steps and in the 10 seconds to 60 seconds range by 5 seconds steps.

To start intro play After the playback time for intro play has been set in step 5 for To set intro play, press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to confirm the setting or press w/d (w on the remote control) to start intro play.

Notes

Intro play can be easily started by pressing INTRO on the remote control.

The beginning of the selected track is repeatedly played if single repeat is set.

When Style Group is set with the full repeat play mode, the beginnings of all tracks recorded in the selected group are repeatedly played.

When Style All is set with the full repeat play mode, the beginnings of all tracks recorded in the selected group category are repeatedly played.

The beginnings of randomly selected tracks are played if random play is set.

To stop intro play Press a.

To cancel the intro play setting Press INTRO on the remote control.

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Album Play You can listen to the desired tracks in the desired order (album play). You need to create an album that lists the tracks in a certain order. See page 32 for the album creation procedure.

To play a created album

1. Press HDD or CDR to select the drive to be used.

2. Select the album to be played by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control).

If there is more than 1 album created on the HDD, the album numbers appear in orderly sequence.

3. Start playback. Playback starts from the beginning of the first track of the selected album when w/d (w on the remote control) is pressed.

4. Press w/d (d on the remote control) to stop playback temporarily. To resume playback, press w/d (w or d on the remote control).

To stop album play Press a.

To edit the album See page 32.

To delete the album See page 34.

Bookmark Play You can easily listen to a group of desired tracks by selecting a list of tracks with bookmarks. See page 36 for details about bookmarks.

1. Press HDD to select the HDD.

2. Rotate the MULTI JOG knob (press +/ on the remote control) to select Mark.

3. Start playback. Playback starts from the beginning of the first track when w/d (w on the remote control) is pressed.

Note

Tracks are played in the order that bookmarks have been placed.

4. To stop playback temporarily, press w/d (d on the remote control). To resume playback, press w/d (w or d on the remote control).

Listening with Headphones Connect your headphones to the PHONES jack and adjust the volume with the LEVEL control.

Caution

If the power of other components such as an amplifier connected to this unit is not turned on, the sound of this unit may be distorted. If this occurs, use the headphones with the other components power turned on.

When using the CD drive

When using the HDD (when album number 1 is selected.)

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HDD Utility To check the HDD utility (HDD Info.) You can check the HDD utility (capacity, usage, and available space) of this unit.

1. Press MENU to display the menu item selection while this unit is in the stop mode.

2. Select HDD Utility by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control).

3. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to display HDD Info..

4. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) again to display the capacity of the HDD. Each time the MULTI JOG knob is rotated (+/ on the remote control is pressed), the display changes as follows. Indications are made by time.

Note

The times displayed are rough estimates.

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Capacity (total time)

Usage (total used time)

Available space (recordable time)

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To format the HDD (HDD Format) You can format the HDD in this unit.

Cautions

After the HDD has been formatted, all data about the recorded tracks and settings will be erased from the HDD.

After all data on the HDD have been initialized, the undo function cannot be applied to any editing operations before formatting.

1. Press MENU to display the menu item selection while this unit is in the stop mode.

2. Select HDD Utility by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control).

3. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to display the HDD utility item selection.

4. Select HDD Format by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control).

5. Initialize? appears on the display when the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) is pressed.

6. Format Really appears on the display to make a confirmation when w/d (w on the remote control) is pressed.

If you wish to format the HDD, press INPUT. If not, press a.

7. Format OK appears in the display when INPUT is pressed. Then the display returns to the one when the power of this unit was turned on.

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System Utility To check the firmware version (Firm. Version) Software that is called firmware is built into this unit. This firmware controls the operation. The following steps describe the firmware version check procedures.

1. Press MENU to display the menu item selection while this unit is in the stop mode.

2. Select Sys. Utility by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control).

3. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to display Firm. Version.

4. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) again to display the version of the firmware.

The display switches in the order of the system firmware version the CDR drive firmware version type of HDD as the MULTI JOG knob is rotated (+/ on the remote control is pressed).

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Type of HDD

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To initialize the setting for each item (Initialize) You can initialize the settings that have been changed.

1. Press MENU to display the menu item selection while this unit is in the stop mode.

2. Select Sys. Utility by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control).

3. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to display the system utility item selection.

4. Select Initialize by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control).

5. Initialize? appears on the display if the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) is pressed.

6. Press COMPLETE. The display returns to the one when the power of this unit is turned on.

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To change the display brightness (Dimmer Setup) You can change the brightness of the display.

1. Press MENU to display the menu item selection while this unit is in the stop mode.

2. Select Sys. Utility by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control).

3. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to display the system utility item selection.

4. Select Dimmer Setup by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control).

5. The current setting is indicated on the display if the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) is pressed.

The selection and the brightness change in 3 levels as the MULTI JOG knob is rotated (+/ on the remote control is pressed).

6. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) or COMPLETE. The display brightness has been set.

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(Initial setting)

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To set auto play (Auto Play) You can set the auto play function which automatically starts playback when the power of this unit is turned on.

1. Press MENU to display the menu item selection while this unit is in the stop mode.

2. Select Sys. Utility by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control).

3. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to display the system utility item selection.

4. Select Auto Play by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control).

5. The current setting is indicated on the display if the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) is pressed.

Select Auto Play On by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control).

6. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) or COMPLETE. The auto play function will be turned on and applied when the power of this unit is turned on the next time.

This unit plays data on the drive that had been last selected when the power of this unit was last turned off.

This unit plays in the playback mode (such as random play) that had been last set when the power of this unit was last turned off.

Note

Initial setting is Auto Play Off.

To update the firmware version (Firm. Update) This menu is prepared for the expansion of the functions in the future.

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DAC (Digital/Analog Converter) Mode This unit has a DAC mode function. You can switch the input signals, as an input selector, to output from both the analog and digital jacks to the amplifier connected to this unit.

1. Press MENU to display the menu item selection while this unit is in the stop mode.

2. Select DAC mode by rotating the MULTI JOG knob (pressing +/ on the remote control).

3. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remote control) to enter the DAC mode.

4. The input source selected by INPUT is output both from the ANALOG LINE OUT (PLAY) jacks and from the DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL/COAXIAL) jacks.

When OPTICAL or COAXIAL is selected, the MULTI JOG knob functions as a volume control.

When ANALOG is selected, the ANALOG REC LEVEL control functions as a volume control.

5. Any of the following operation cancel the DAC mode and start normal operation.

Press w/d (w on the remote control) to play the drive that had been selected before entering the DAC mode.

Press a to set this unit in the stop mode.

Press COMPLETE to set this unit in the stop mode.

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Display Messages Cant Copy This message is displayed for approximately 3 seconds when digital recording or copying is not possible according to the SCMS standard. See Rules of Digital Recording on page 11.

Cant Edit This message is displayed when a prohibited editing operation has been attempted.

Change Discs! This message informs that a CD needs to be changed to a disc to be used for duplicating when copying from a CD onto the HDD has been completed.

Check Disc The disc loaded is not compatible with this unit, or some kind of error has occurred during operation. Check the disc, and exchange the disc if necessary.

Data Track This message is displayed when the data track is being played.

Disc Full This message is displayed when recording to a CD-R or CD-RW disc cannot be performed any further because the recording has been made up to the total recordable time.

Disc No.Full When the number of discs recorded on the HDD has reached its maximum of 999 discs, this message is displayed if more discs have been attempted to be added.

Erasing Erasing a CD-RW disc is being performed. The erasing progress is indicated by the level meter.

Finalize OK? This message confirms starting finalization of a disc. If you wish to finalize the disc, press w/d (w on the remote control).

Finalizing Finalization is being performed. The finalization progress is indicated by the level meter.

HDD Full This message is displayed when recording to the HDD cannot be performed any further because the recording has been made up to the total recordable time.

New Disc The disc in the disc tray is either a new CD-R or CD-RW disc, or a CD-RW disc that has been erased by using a Disc Erase or All Erase.

No data There are no tracks (data) recorded on the HDD.

No Enough Spc There is not enough space for copying, or the track number exceeds the maximum number, or the total recorded time of the disc exceeds its maximum length when the recording to HDD is performed in the multi-synchronized or all-synchronized recording mode.

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No Previous When making Track Adjust on the TRACK EDITING menu, there is no track before the track to be adjusted.

No Source When copying from the HDD onto a CD-R or CD-RW disc, there is no source recorded on the HDD to be used for copying.

Not Audio A non-audio disc or a disc for PCs has been loaded in the disc tray, and recording has been attempted on that disc.

No Undo Data Undo is not possible.

OPC Adjust This message is displayed while OPC (Optimum Power Calibration) optimized the laser power to the reflectivity of the disc. Approximately 15 seconds may be required to complete this automatic adjustment. However, this time length may change according to the type of the disc that has been loaded.

Pack Before One disc on the HDD can contain up to 99 tracks. This is displayed when recording is attempted on the disc that has reached the maximum number. Pack means to eliminate the unused numbers that have been created by Edit or Digital Move and not been used to create the available space for further recording.

Reading This unit reads the format of the disc loaded on the disc tray. Approximately 10 to 15 seconds may be required to complete the reading. However, this time length may change according to the type of the disc that has been loaded.

Standby This message is displayed for several seconds after REC has been pressed to record on a CD-R or CD-RW disc.

TEXT Save? This message is displayed when the disc tray has been attempted to be opened without performing the finalization after copying the data including the titles (disc title, track title, and album title) to a CD-R or CD-RW disc.

Track No.Full One disc can contain up to 99 tracks. Recording is attempted on the disc that has reached the maximum number.

Unrecordable In recording or copying onto a CD-R or CD-RW disc, the disc cannot be used for recording or copying. Or in recording or copying onto the HDD, no space is available.

Wait This message flashes while this unit is writing information to the PMA (Program Memory Area) after a is pressed in recording onto a CD-R or CD-RW disc.

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SYMPTOM

This unit does not turn on when POWER is pressed.

Playback does not begin with the disc loaded.

Playback is delayed, or begins at the wrong place.

Recording/copying is not possible.

Some vibration and rotation noise are created during the copying.

Continuous recording cannot be made on a disc beyond 100 minutes. (HDD)

The beginning of the track is missing during the playback when this unit is connected digitally to an amplifier.

The sound is missing when this unit switches one disc to another.

A CD-R or CD-RW that has been recorded with this unit cannot be played on the other CD player or DVD player.

Sound skips.

This unit makes noise.

Troubleshooting If this unit fails to operate normally, check the following points to determine whether the fault can be corrected by the simple measures suggested. If they cannot be corrected, or if the fault is not listed in the SYMPTOM column, disconnect the power cord and contact your authorized YAMAHA dealer or service center for assistance.

CAUSE

The AC power cord is not completely connected.

There is moisture on the laser pick-up.

The disc has been loaded upside down.

The disc is dirty.

The disc may be scratched or damaged.

The disc has been finalized.

The disc that has completed recording is loaded.

INPUT is not correctly set.

Further digital recording or copying has been attempted from the digitally copied sources.

There is not enough available space left or 99 tracks have already been recorded on the disc.

There is no available space on the HDD.

If the power cord was unplugged or there was a power outage during recording, the recorded material may be lost.

The disc is dirty or damaged.

This unit copies by rotating the disc at high speed.

The longest recordable time for a disc is 99 minutes 59 seconds.

The tracks that have different emphases have been played.

The titles appear on the display during the playback of the part that has been recorded stretching over the two discs.

Your CD or DVD player is not compatible with CD-R or CD-RW discs.

The disc has not been finalized.

This unit and/or the component connected is being subjected to vibration or impact.

The disc is dirty.

Connection has not correctly been made.

REMEDY

Securely connect the power cord.

Turn off the power of this unit and wait 20 to 30 minutes before trying to play a disc.

Reload the disc with the label side facing up.

Clean the disc.

Check the disc carefully. Replace it if necessary.

Load a recordable CD that has not been finalized yet.

Load a recordable CD.

Set INPUT to the correct position according to the input signal.

Switch to ANALOG to make a recording.

Load a recordable disc (for a CD-R or CD-RW disc). Select the other discs (for the HDD).

Erase the space not being used by performing Pack to create available space on the HDD for further recording.

If the recording of a CD-RW disc is interrupted, try recording again from the beginning. When the recording of a CD-R disc is interrupted, start recording over again with a disc that can be recorded on.

Clean or replace the disc.

Lower the copying speed to decrease vibration and rotation noise.

Set the recording mode to the manual or auto period recording mode. Recording continues to be made on the next disc.

Connect to the amplifier using the ANALOG LINE OUT (PLAY) jacks.

Press TEXT/TIME to switch the display to the indication of time.

Use a CD or DVD player compatible with CD-R or CD- RW discs.

Finalize the disc.

Relocate the unit. (This is not possible if the skipping sound is already on the recording due to vibrations or impact that occurred during recording.)

Clean the disc.

Properly connect the audio cords. Replace the audio cords.

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Audio Performance

Frequency response .................................... 5 to 20,000 Hz, 0.5 dB

S/N ratio (EIAJ) Playback ......................................................................... 105 dB Recording ......................................................................... 92 dB

Total harmonic distortion (1 kHz) Playback ........................................................................ 0.004 % Recording ...................................................................... 0.006 %

Dynamic range Playback ........................................................................... 99 dB Recording ......................................................................... 93 dB

Laser Diode Properties

Material ................................................................................ GaAIAs

Wavelength ................................................................. 780 to 787 nm

Pulse Durations and Max. Output at the lens of the Laser Pickup Unit

Read Mode .............................................. 0.7 mW (Continuous) Write Mode .......................... Max. 38 mW (for 166 ns, Min. Cycle 86.6 ns)

Output value determined by 21 CFR CHAPTER1, SUBCHAPTER J.

Inputs

ANALOG LINE IN (REC) Type ............................................................................... Pin jack Standard output level .......................................... 500 mV/24 k

DIGITAL IN (OPTICAL) Type ............................................. Square optical connector jack

DIGITAL IN (COAXIAL) Type ........................................................................ Coaxial jack Standard output level ........................................ 0.5 Vp-p (75 )

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Outputs

ANALOG LINE OUT (PLAY) Type ............................................................................... Pin jack Standard output level (1 kHz, 0 dB) ..................... 2.00.5 Vrms

DIGITAL OUT (OPTICAL) Type ............................................. Square optical connector jack

DIGITAL OUT (COAXIAL) Type ........................................................................ Coaxial jack Standard output level ........................................ 0.5 Vp-p (75 )

PHONES Standard output level (Input 150 shorted, 20 dB) ............................................................................ 300 mV/150

General

Power supply [U.S.A. and Canada models] ........................... AC 120 V, 60 Hz [Australia model] ............................................. AC 240 V, 50 Hz [U.K. and Europe models] ............................... AC 230 V, 50 Hz

Power consumption .................................................................. 28 W

Dimensions (W x H x D) ............................ 435 x 115.5 x 414.5 mm (17-1/8 x 4-1/2 x 16-5/16)

Weight ............................................................... 8.3 kg (18 lbs. 5 oz.)

Accessories ......................................................... RCA Pin cables (2) Optical fiber cable

Remote control Batteries (2)

Operating environment Temperature .............................................................. +5 to 35C Humidity .............................. 30 to 90 % RH (No condensation)

Specifications are subject to change without notice.

SYMPTOM

This unit does not operate properly.

Remote control does not work.

TV does not correctly function when the remote control is being used.

The picture on the TV is impaired.

CAUSE

The internal microcomputer has been frozen.

The batteries of the remote control are too weak.

Remote control is from too far. Remote control is being used at an incorrect angle.

Direct sunlight or lighting (of an inverter type of fluorescent lamp, etc.) is striking the remote control sensor.

Remote control is being used near TV set with a remote control sensor.

The indoor antenna is used.

REMEDY

Turn off the power of this unit and then turn on again after about one minute.

Replace 2 batteries with new ones.

Use the remote control within 6m and 60 degrees radius.

Change the position so that the remote control sensor is not exposed to strong lighting.

Relocate this unit away from the TV or cover the TVs remote control sensor.

Use an outdoor antenna, or set this unit away from the TV set.

Specifications

YAMAHA ELECTRONICS CORPORATION, USA 6660 ORANGETHORPE AVE., BUENA PARK, CALIF. 90620, U.S.A. YAMAHA CANADA MUSIC LTD. 135 MILNER AVE., SCARBOROUGH, ONTARIO M1S 3R1, CANADA YAMAHA ELECTRONIK EUROPA G.m.b.H. SIEMENSSTR. 22-34, 25462 RELLINGEN BEI HAMBURG, F.R. OF GERMANY YAMAHA ELECTRONIQUE FRANCE S.A. RUE AMBROISE CROIZAT BP70 CROISSY-BEAUBOURG 77312 MARNE-LA-VALLEE CEDEX02, FRANCE YAMAHA ELECTRONICS (UK) LTD. YAMAHA HOUSE, 200 RICKMANSWORTH ROAD WATFORD, HERTS WD1 7JS, ENGLAND YAMAHA SCANDINAVIA A.B. J A WETTERGRENS GATA 1, BOX 30053, 400 43 VSTRA FRLUNDA, SWEDEN YAMAHA MUSIC AUSTRALIA PTY, LTD. 17-33 MARKET ST., SOUTH MELBOURNE, 3205 VIC., AUSTRALIA Printed in Malaysia V758900

VARO! AVATTAESSA JA SUOJALUKITUS OHITETTAESSA OLET ALTTIINA NKYMTTMLLE LASERSTEILYLLE. L KATSO STEESEEN.

VARNING! OSYNLIG LASERSTRLNING NR DENNA DEL R PPNAD OCH SPRREN R URKOPPLAD. BETRAKTA EJ STRLEN.

CAUTION Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.

ATTENTION Lemploi de commandes, de rglages ou un choix de procdures diffrents des spcifications de cette brochure peut entraner une exposition dventuelles radiations pouvant tre dangereses.

ACHTUNG Die Verwendung von Bedienungselementen oder Einstellungen oder die Durchfhrung von Bedienungsvorgngen, die nicht in dieser Anleitung aufgefhrt sind, kann zu einem Kontakt mit gefhrlichen Laserstrahlen fhren.

OBSERVERA Anvndning av kontroller och justeringar eller genomfrande av procedurer andra n de som specificeras i denna bok kan resultera i att du utstter dig fr farlig strlning.

ATTENZIONE Uso di controlli o regolazioni o procedure non specificamente descritte pu causare lesposizione a radiazioni di livello pericoloso.

PRECAUCIN El uso de los controles o los procedimientos de ajuste o utilizacin diferentes de los especificados en este manual pueden causar una exposicinpeligrosa a la radiacin.

VOORZICHTIG Gebruik van bedieningsorganen of instellingen, of uitvoeren van handelingen anders dan staan beschreven in deze handleiding kunnen leiden tot blootstelling aan gevaarlijke stralen.

DIGITAL INLINE IN LINE OUT

COAXIAL OPTICAL

OUT

COAXIAL OPTICAL

R

L

R

L

4 3

ANALOG

REC PLAY

CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT LASER KLASSE 1 PRODUKT LUOKAN 1 LASERLAITE KLASS 1 LASER APPART PRODUIT LASER DE CLASSE 1

CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT LASER KLASSE 1 PRODUKT LUOKAN 1 LASERLAITE KLASS 1 LASER APPART PRODUIT LASER DE CLASSE 1

(For U.S.A. and Canada models)

(For U.K. and Europe models)

CAUTION - VISIBLE AND / OR INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN. AVOID EXPOSURE TO BEAM.

VARNING - SYNLIG OCH / ELLER OSYNLIG LASERSTRLNING NR DENNA DEL R PPNAD. STRLEN R FARLIG.

VARNING - SYNLIG OCH / ELLER OSYNLIG LASERSTRLNING NR DENNA DEL R PPNAD. BETRAKTA EJ STRLEN.

VARO ! AVATTAESSA OLET ALTTIINA NKYVLLE JA / TAI NKYMTMLLE LASERSTEILYLLE. L KATSO STEESEEN.

VORSICHT ! SICHTBARE UND / ODER UNSICHTBARE LASERSTRAHLUNG WENN ABDECKUNG GEFFNET. NICHT DEM STRAHL AUSSETZEN.

ATTENTION - RADIATION VISIBLE ET / OU INVISIBLE LORSQUE L'ALLAREIL EST OU

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