MicroBoards Technology Quic Disc QD-52 User`s manual

QD-52
User’s Manual
www.microboards.com
Version 4.0
Table of Contents
Introduction......................................................................................................................... 4
Unpacking your system....................................................................................................... 4
Installation........................................................................................................................... 4
Basic Instructions................................................................................................................ 5
Buttons and LCD ............................................................................................................ 5
Hardware Description ..................................................................................................... 5
Main Menu.......................................................................................................................... 7
Functions............................................................................................................................. 8
Copy................................................................................................................................ 8
Test.................................................................................................................................. 8
Test & Copy.................................................................................................................... 9
Verify .............................................................................................................................. 9
Compare........................................................................................................................ 10
Prescan .......................................................................................................................... 10
Disc Info........................................................................................................................ 11
Edit Track...................................................................................................................... 11
CD to CD Edit........................................................................................................... 11
Play Audio Track ...................................................................................................... 13
Close Session ............................................................................................................ 13
Setup ................................................................................................................................. 15
Language....................................................................................................................... 16
CD Burn Speed ............................................................................................................. 16
Read Speed.................................................................................................................... 16
Auto Start Drive............................................................................................................ 16
Startup Menu................................................................................................................. 16
Auto Verify ................................................................................................................... 16
Auto Compare............................................................................................................... 16
Auto Prescan ................................................................................................................. 16
Eject Disc ...................................................................................................................... 17
Burn Mode .................................................................................................................... 17
Display Time................................................................................................................. 17
Button Sound ................................................................................................................ 17
Device Info.................................................................................................................... 17
System Info ................................................................................................................... 17
Quick Erase................................................................................................................... 17
Full Erase ...................................................................................................................... 17
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Adv Setup.......................................................................................................................... 18
UnderRun Protect.......................................................................................................... 19
Overburn ....................................................................................................................... 19
Read Error Skip............................................................................................................. 19
Burn-in .......................................................................................................................... 19
Update Firmware .......................................................................................................... 19
Compare Firmware ....................................................................................................... 19
H/W Diagnostic ............................................................................................................ 19
Load Default ................................................................................................................. 19
CD+G............................................................................................................................ 20
ISRC & MCN ............................................................................................................... 20
Specifications.................................................................................................................... 20
Contact Information .......................................................................................................... 20
Appendix 1 List of Functions ........................................................................................... 21
Appendix 2 LCD Messages .............................................................................................. 22
Normal Conditions:....................................................................................................... 22
Audio Editing:............................................................................................................... 22
Firmware Update: ......................................................................................................... 22
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Introduction
The QD-52 is a high speed, low cost one to one CD Recordable duplication system from
Microboards Technology, LLC.
The QD-52 is perfect for any user requiring easy copying of audio, video, or Data CDs. Superior
technology allows the QD-52 to ship without a hard drive. LED indicators provide the user with
status of the duplication process, minimizing the number of faulty discs. Current high speed CD
Recordable technology is supported at 52X, which is the highest in the industry. Applications
suited for the QD-2 include Pro Audio, Multimedia, Government / Education, Software
Development, Medical Imaging, and Data Interchange.
Unpacking your system
When unpacking your duplicator, confirm the following items are included:
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QD-52x 1 to 1 duplicator
Power cable
Manual
CD-R disc
If any of these items are missing, please contact or Microboards Technology Technical Support at
952-556-1639.
IMPORTANT: Please keep all the packing for your QD-52 duplicator. If your unit ever needs to
be sent in for service, it must be returned in the original packing or the warranty will be voided.
Installation
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Connect the power cable to the QD-52 duplicator and plug in to a protected power outlet
strip or UPS power supply.
Turn on power to the duplicator.
The system will go through initialization and then display: 1. Copy.
The system is now ready to use.
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Basic Instructions
Buttons and LCD
There are four buttons and an LCD on the front panel of the QD-52 duplicator.
LED display: Shows the menu items and any status messages that may come up during
operation
ENT button: The ENT button, used to start a duplication process or enter into an area in the
menu structure.
ESC button: The ESC button, used to stop an operation or move up the menu structure.
▲ button, used to scroll up in the different menus.
▼ button, used to scroll down in the different menus.
Hardware Description
Controller Interface
Reader Drive
Recorder Drive
Power Switch
Power LED
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The QD-52 system consists of a CD reader, CD Writer and Controller module.
The master discs always go into the TOP CD Reader drive.
The blank CD media will always go into the BOTTOM CD Recorder drive.
The power switch and power LED are also located on the front of the QD-52 duplicator.
The LCD display will show the different menu selections and also information pertaining to the
recording process. Here is a typical example of what is displayed during the COPY process:
Displays the function being performed,
such as Copying or Testing, and shows
the record speed.
Shows the percentage
completed for this action.
Copying – 52x
17%
150.4 MB
01:15
Displays the amount of data left to be
recorded. This number starts at the capacity
of the master and counts down.
Shows the time remaining to
complete this action. This
number also counts down.
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Main Menu
ENT
Source Disc
Analyzing….
1.0 Copy
Copying – 52x 17%
150.4MB
01:15
1.0 Copy
OK: 01
Load Next
Blank Disc
ENT
Load Next
Blank Disc
ENT
Load Next
Blank Disc
ENT
ESC
▼
ENT
Source Disc
Analyzing….
2.0 Test
Testing – 52x
150.4MB
17%
01:15
2.0 Test
OK: 01
ESC
▼
ENT
Source Disc
Analyzing….
3.0 Test & Copy
Copying – 52x 17%
150.4MB
01:15
3.0 Copy
OK: 01
ESC
▼
ENT
4.0 Verify
Copied disc is now
being read.
Preparing…...
4.0 Verify
OK: 01
ESC
▼
ENT
5.0 Compare
Copied disc is now
being compared with
the master disc.
Preparing…..
Compare
Fail: 0
OK: 1
Diff: 0
ESC
▼
ENT
Source Disc
Analyzing….
6.0 Prescan
Scaning 24x 15%
620.4MB
01:15
PreScan OK!
ESC
▼
▼
ENT
7.0 Disc Info
▼
Source Disc
Analyzing….
Total 01 Sessions
Total 01 Tracks.
8-01. Track Extraction
CD to CD Edit
Select Track:
1/10
05:14
▼
Total: 04:15
Total: 37.0 MB
▼
Session 01
Track 01 - 01.
Track 01
CDXA 37.1 MB
▼
ENT
8.0 Edit Track
ESC
ENT or ▼
ENT = Select that track number
▼ = Skip that track number
Select Track:
+10/10
05:14
▼
Select Track:
End 3 Trk 13:36
ENT
▼
NO
End Edit disc
And burn? YES
YES
Copying – 52x Edit
3/10 → 2/3
Burn Complete!
OK: 01
ESC
Continue edit
Next Disc? NO
NO
Close all disc’s
Session? YES
▼
ENT
Closing Sesion
Please wait…..
ESC
ESC
8-02. Track Extraction
Play Audio Track
ENT
Select Track:
1/16 02:45
ENT
Playing Track – 1
00:15 / 02:45
▼
ESC
8-03. Edit Track
Close Session
ESC
ENT
Close all Disc’s
Sessions? YES
YES
Closing Session
Please wait…...
NO
9. Setup
See the
Setup Menu
(page 15)
Press and Hold the ESC
button for 3 seconds
10. Adv Setup
See the Adv.
Setup Menu
(page 18)
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Close Complete
OK: 1
Fail: 0
Close Complete
OK: 1
Fail: 0
YES
Insert Next Master
Functions
There are 9 different functions for the QD-52 duplicator: Copy, Test, Test & Copy, Verify,
Compare, Prescan, Disc Info, Edit Track and Setup. For the Setup options, please refer to page
15.
Copy
The Copy function is used to copy our master disc to the blank media, CD-R or CD-RW. The
QD-52 duplicator will be in Copy mode when it is turned on. The display will read:
1. Copy
Place your master disc into the TOP CD reader drive.
Place your blank media into the BOTTOM CD writer drive.
Press the ENT button on the controller interface.
The data will now be copied to the blank disc.
Copying – 52x
150.4MB
18%
01:15
When the job is completed, the recorded disc will be ejected from the BOTTOM drive.
The display will read:
1.0 Copy
OK: 01
Test
The Test function is used to simulate copying our master disc to the blank media, CD-R or CDRW. To use the Test function, press the ▼ button on the controller until Test is displayed:
2. Test
In Test mode, the blank media will remain blank and can be used again.
Place your master disc into the TOP CD reader drive.
Place your blank media into the BOTTOM CD writer drive.
Press the ENT button on the controller interface.
The duplicator will now simulate writing to the blank disc.
Testing – 52x
150.4MB
18%
01:15
When the job is completed, the recordable disc will be ejected from the BOTTOM drive.
The display will read:
2.0 Test
OK: 01
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Test & Copy
The Test and Copy function will perform both operations, one after the other. If the Test portion
passes without errors, the system will automatically start the Copy process.
To run the Test and Copy function, press the ▼▲ buttons until the display reads:
3. Test & Copy
Place your master disc into the TOP CD reader drive.
Place your blank media into the BOTTOM CD writer drive.
Press the ENT button on the controller interface.
The duplicator will now simulate writing to the blank disc.
Testing – 52x
150.4MB
18%
01:15
When this operation completes, the unit will start the Copy process:
Copying – 52x
150.4MB
18%
01:15
When the job is completed, the recorded disc will be ejected from the BOTTOM drive.
The display will read:
3.0 Copy
OK: 01
Verify
The Verify function will check to see if the recorded disc can be read. This is different from the
Compare function. The Verify function will not compare itself with the master disc. It is only
checking to see if the disc that was recorded can be read back.
To run the Verify function, press the ▼▲ buttons until the display reads:
4. Verify
Place the copied disc into the BOTTOM CD recorder drive.
Press the ENT button on the controller interface.
The copied disc will now be read. Once completed, the display will show:
4. Verify
OK: 01
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Compare
The Compare function is used to compare the master disc with the copied disc. The Compare
function will only work with Data masters. If your master disc has audio or video (VCD) on it, the
Compare function will not work.
To use the Compare function, press the ▼▲ buttons until the display reads:
5. Compare
Place your master disc into the TOP CD reader drive.
Place your copied disc into the BOTTOM CD writer drive.
Press the ENT button on the controller interface.
The duplicator will now compare the two discs. When completed, the display will read:
Compare
Fail: 0
OK: 1
Diff: 0
Press the ▼ button and the following screen will appear:
Src:01
CD-RW
Total: 15.2MB
Press the ▼ button again and the following screen will appear:
Tgt: 00
Identical
CD-RW
Prescan
The Prescan function is used to verify the master disc can be read correctly.
To use the Compare function, press the ▼▲ buttons until the display reads:
6. Prescan
Place the master disc into the TOP reader drive and press ENT.
The prescan starts and the following screen appears:
Scaning – 24x 15%
620.4MB
02:15
Once the scanning is complete, the following screen will appear:
PreScan OK!
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Disc Info
The Disc Info function displays information on the type of master disc placed in the TOP reader
drive.
To use the Disc Info function, press the ▼▲ buttons until the display reads:
7. Disc Info
Place the master disc into the TOP reader drive. Press the ENT button. The source is analyzed.
The following screen appears:
Source Disc
(Analyzing)
The following 4 screens display a variety of information about the master disc. The screens are
reached by pressing the ▼▲ buttons.
Total 01 Sessions
Total 01 Tracks
Total: 04:15
Total: 37.0MB
Session 01
Track 01 - 01
Track 01
CDXA 37.0MB
Edit Track
The Edit Track function allows you to select multiple tracks from different master discs and place
them on one Audio CD. The maximum number of tracks that can be written to the CD is 99. In
the Edit Track function, there are three options: CD to CD Edit, Play Audio Track and Close
Session.
Important Note: The CD+G value must be set to Off in order to use the Track Extraction feature.
Please see the Adv. Setup menu on page 18 for more details.
CD to CD Edit
To use the CD to CD function, press the ▼▲ buttons until the display reads:
8. Edit Track
1. Press the ENT button. The following screen appears:
8-01. Edit Track
CD to CD Edit
2. Place the first master audio CD into the TOP reader drive. Place the blank CD into the
BOTTOM writer drive. Press the ENT button.
The following screen appears:
Select Track:
1/16
04:53
3. To select a track that you want to burn to the blank disc, press the ENT button. This will put a
+ symbol in front of that track:
Select Track:
+ 1/16
04:53
4. Press the ▼▲ buttons to scroll through the tracks on that CD, selecting the tracks you wish
to record.
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5. Once all of your tracks are selected for that master, press the ▼ button until the display
reads:
Select Track:
End 1Track 04:53
This screen shows the total number of tracks selected from the master disc and the total time of
those tracks.
6. Press the ENT button. The following screen appears:
End Edit Disc
And burn? YES
Note: Pressing the ▼ button and selecting NO takes you back to
Editing tracks.
7. Press the ENT button to begin recording the selected tracks to the blank disc. The following
screen appears:
Copying – 52x Edit
1/16 → 1/1
8. Once the tracks are copied to the blank disc, the following screen appears:
Burn Complete!
OK: 01
9. Press the ESC button to take you to this screen:
Continue Edit
Next disc? NO
If you wish to continue to all more audio tracks to the disc in the recorder drive, press the ▼
button to change the NO to YES. Then press Enter.
The TOP reader drive will open and ask you to put in the next master disc. Place the new disc
into the drive and close the tray. Go to step 3 and repeat the process.
Once you have completed copying the audio tracks to the BOTTOM disc, you will need to close
the disc.
10. At this screen, leave the selection as NO and press ENT:
Continue Edit
Next disc? NO
Once ENT is pressed, the following screen appears:
Close all disc’s
Sessions? Yes
11. Press the ENT button. The following screen appears:
Closing Session
Please wait….
Once the disc is closed, the following screen appears:
Close Complete
OK: 01
Fail: 01
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Play Audio Track
The Play Audio Track function is used to play an Audio CD that is placed into the TOP reader
drive. You will need to plug in head phones into the drive in order to hear the audio.
To use the Play Audio Track function, press the ▼▲ buttons until the display reads:
8. Edit Track
Press the ENT button. The following screen appears:
8-01. Edit Track
CD to CD Edit
Press the ▼ button until the display reads:
8-02. Edit Track
Play Audio Track
Press the ENT button.
The following screen appears:
Select Track:
1/16
04:53
To play a track, press the ENT button.
To scroll to the different tracks, press the ▼▲ buttons.
To get back to the main menu, press the ESC button.
Close Session
The Close Session function is used only if you did not close an audio CD, as described in the Edit
Track / CD to CD Edit section. You can use this function to manually close the disc.
To use the Close Session function, press the ▼▲ buttons until the display reads:
8. Edit Track
Press the ENT button. The following screen appears:
8-01. Edit Track
CD to CD Edit
Press the ▼ button until the display reads:
8-03. Edit Track
Close Session
Make sure your recorded audio CD is in the BOTTOM recorder drive.
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Press the ENT button. The following screen appears:
Close all disc’s
Sessions? Yes
Press the ENT button. The following screen appears:
Closing Session
Please wait….
Once the disc is closed, the following screen appears:
Close Complete
OK: 01
Fail: 01
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Setup
ENT
9.Setup
9-01. Setup
Language
ENT
Language
English
▲
▼
ENT
Burn Speed
Maximum
▲
▼
ENT
Read Speed
Maximum
▲
▼
ENT
Auto Start Drive
OFF
▲
▼
Options are Off,
1 and 2
ENT
Start Up Menu
1. Copy
▲
▼
Options are Copy, Test, Test & Copy,
Verify, Compare, Prescan, Disc Info,
Edit Track, Setup, Adv Setup
ENT
Auto Verify
OFF
▲
▼
Options are ON
or OFF
ENT
Auto Compare
OFF
▲
▼
Options are ON
or OFF
ENT
Auto Prescan
OFF
▲
▼
Options are ON
or OFF
ENT
Eject Disc
Eject Good Only
Idioma
Spanish
▼
ESC
9-02. Setup
Burn Speed
Burn Speed
Available speeds: 52x, 48x, 40x,
32x, 24x, 16x, 12x, 10x, 8x, 4x
▼
9-03. Setup
Read Speed
Read Speed
Available speeds: 52x,
48x, 40x, 32x, 16x, 8x
▼
ESC
9-04. Setup
Auto Start Drive
Note: Option 2 is not used
in the QD-52 duplicator
▼
9-05. Setup
Start Up Menu
▼
9-06. Setup
Auto Verify
▼
ESC
9-07. Setup
Auto Compare
▼
9-08. Setup
Auto Prescan
▼
9-09. Setup
Eject Disc
▼
Eject Disc
Eject All Discs
▼
Eject Disc
Do Not Eject
▼
ESC
9-10. Setup
Burn Mode
ENT
9-10. Setup
DAO
▼
9-10. Setup
TAO –Not Close
▼
9-11. Setup
Display Time
ENT
Display Time
Off
▲
▼
Options are ON
or Off
ENT
Button Sound
ON
▲
▼
Options are ON
or Off
ENT
00 IDE1 Master
CD-RW: Teac
▼
ESC
9-12. Setup
Button Sound
▼
9-13. Setup
Device Info
ENT
CD-W552G
Q4S4
01 IDE2 Master
CD-RW: Teac
ENT
CD-W552G
Q4S4
ENT
CD Duplicator
1-1 ver: T.970
ENT
ENT
All data will be
Lost, Erase? YES
▼
▼
9-14. Setup
System Info
SST: 39SF040
2004/08/04 ACARD
▼
ESC
9-15. Setup
Quick Erase
Does a quick
erase of the disc
YES
Does a full erase
of the disc
NO
▼
9-16. Setup
Full Erase
YES
ENT
All data will be
Lost, Erase? YES
NO
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▼
9-10. Setup
TAO
The Setup menu includes many setting the user can select to customize the use of the QD-52
duplicator. Here is a description of the options in the setup menu. Please refer to the chart on
page 15 for the location and options of these settings.
Language
The QD-52 duplicator has two language options, English and Spanish. English is the default
setting.
CD Burn Speed
The default record speed for the QD-52 is Maximum (52x). The other record speed options are:
48x, 40x, 32x, 24x, 16x, 12x, 10x, 8x and 4x.
Read Speed
The default read speed for the QD-52 is Maximum (52x). The other read speed options are:
48x, 40x, 32x, 16x and 8x.
Auto Start Drive
The Auto Start Drive is used to automatically start recording, once the master disc and blank disc
are inserted into the drives.
There are 3 options for this setting, Off, 1 and 2. To use this feature, change the value from OFF
to 1. The 2 setting is not used. Once the value is set to 1, the system will automatically start
recording once a master and blank disc are detected.
Startup Menu
The Startup Menu selection allows you to select the main menu item that appears when the QD52 duplicator starts up. The default setting is 1. Copy. Any of the 10 menu items can be
selected.
Auto Verify
The Auto Verify function can be turned On if you wish to verify every copy you make with the QD52 duplicator. The verify function checks the copied disc, to see if it can be read. It does not
compare the copy with the master disc.
The default setting is Off.
Auto Compare
The Auto Compare function can be turned On if you wish to Compare every copy with the master
disc. The Compare function only works with Data master discs. If there is audio or video on the
master disc, the Compare function will not work.
The default setting is Off.
Auto Prescan
The Auto Prescan function can be turned On if you with to Prescan every master disc before
recording.
The default setting is Off.
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Eject Disc
There are 3 options for the Eject Disc setting:
1. Eject good discs only
2. Eject all discs
3. Do not eject discs
The default setting is to eject the good discs only.
Burn Mode
There are 3 options for the Burn Mode setting:
1. DAO (Disc At Once)
2. TAO – Not Close (Track At Once, not closed)
3. TAO (Track At Once, closed)
The default setting is DAO. It is recommended that this setting be used.
Display Time
The display time function is used to display the total record time, after the recording is completed.
The default setting is Off.
Button Sound
The Button Sound function is used to turn on or off the beep sound a button makes when
pressed.
The default setting is On.
Device Info
The Device Info function displays a variety of information about the CD reader and writer,
including model number and firmware revision. Please review the Setup Menu on page 15 for
more details.
System Info
The System Info function displays a variety of information about the controller module, including
model number and firmware revision. Please review the Setup Menu on page 15 for more
details.
Quick Erase
The Quick Erase function is used to Erase CD-RW media. This option performs the Quick erase
of the disc.
Full Erase
The Full Erase function is used to Erase CD-RW media. This option performs the Full erase of
the disc.
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Adv Setup
10. Advanced Setup
ENT
10-01 Adv Setup
Under Run Protect
ENT
Under Run Protect
ON
ENT
Overburn
Off
▲
▼
Options are ON or
Off
▼
ESC
10-02 Adv Setup
Overburn
▲
▼
Options are ON or
Off
▼
ESC
10-03 Adv Setup
Read Error Skip
ENT
Read Error Skip
OFF
▲
▼
Options are ON or
Off
▼
ESC
10-04 Adv Setup
Burn-In
ENT
Burn-In
Erase & Copy
▼
Burn-In
Test
▼
ESC
10-05 Adv Setup
Update Firmware
ENT
Update F/W T.950
To T.970? YES
YES
Firmware is
updated.
YES
Load Default
OK!
NO
▼
ESC
10-06 Adv Setup
Compare Firmawre
ENT
Last update F/W
OK!
▼
ESC
10-07 Adv Setup
H/W Diagnostics
ENT
Runs through
controller diagnostics
▼
ESC
10-08 Adv Setup
Load Default
ENT
Load Default
Config? YES
NO
▼
ESC
10-09 Adv Setup
CD+G
ENT
CD+G
OFF
▲
▼
Options are ON or
Off
▼
ESC
10-10 Adv Setup
ISRC & MCN
ENT
ISRC & MCN
ON
▼
ESC
10-11. Adv Setup
Switch USB Mode
ENT
N/A
Not Used
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▲
▼
Options are ON or
Off
Used by Service
Personnel Only
Advanced Setup Menu
To get to the Advanced Setup Menu, press and hold the ESC button for three seconds.
The Advanced Setup menu includes options for the more advanced user. Normally these
functions are not used in the daily operation of the QD-52 duplicator. If you have any questions
about using these functions, please contact the Microboards technical support department.
UnderRun Protect
The UnderRun Protect feature allows the recorder to use Burn Proof during recording. This
setting defaults to ON and should remain on. This feature protects against making “coasters” or
bad discs. Again, this setting should always remain ON.
Overburn
The default setting for this feature is OFF. Overburn can be used with certain CD recorders, to
allow more data to be writing to the disc. This feature is not supported by the QD-52 duplicator.
Read Error Skip
The Read Error Skip feature is used if you wish to ignore read errors during duplication. The
default setting is Off and it is highly recommended that this setting is not changed. If it is turned
On, there is the possibility of copying a disc that is not the same as the master.
Burn-in
The Burn-in function is used to test the operation of the QD-52 duplicator and is for service
purposes only. This function should only be used if directly by Microboards Technical Support.
Update Firmware
The Update Firmware feature is used to update the controller firmware.
1. To update the firmware: Place the firmware CD into the TOP reader drive.
2. Press the ENT button
3. The display will show:
Update F/W
T.950
To T.970 YES?
4. Press the ENT button to complete the firmware update.
5. The duplicator will reboot automatically after installing the new firmware.
Compare Firmware
The Compare Firmware function is used to compare the firmware installed on the controller with
the firmware on the CD.
H/W Diagnostic
Hardware Diagnostics runs a number of tests on the controller. Normally this function is used by
service personnel.
Load Default
The Load Default feature will set all the values back to the factory default settings.
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CD+G
The CD+G feature, when set to On, will allow you to copy a CD+G Karaoke master disc. The
default setting is Off.
Important Note: The CD+G value must be set to Off in order to use the Track Extraction feature.
ISRC & MCN
The ISRC (International Standard Recording Code) & MCN (Media Catalog Number) feature
allows you to copy this information from a CD audio master to the blank disc.
The default setting if Off.
Specifications
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Product Name Quic Disc QD-52
Product Interface ATAPI/ IDE
Read Speed 52X
Write Speed 52X
Supported Formats CD-ROM Mode 1 & 2 CD-DA , CD-ROM/XA Video CD , Game CD
Mix Mode , Multisession , HFS CD Bridge , Photo CD , CD Extra, CD+G (Karaoke)
System Display LED
Write Method Auto Detect (DAO, TAO )
Operation Mode COPY, TEST, SCAN, SAFE
Data Buffer 1 MB
Firmware Upgrade Via CD-ROM
Dimension 4.5 x 6.5 x 10.5 (H x W x D) Inches
Weight 4 KGS
Power Supply : AC Input: 90 ~240V
Certification CE, FCC
Taiyo Yuden is the recommended media for this product.
Contact Information
For technical questions or support issues, please contact Microboards Technology technical
support at PH: 952-556-1639, FAX: 952-556-1628, by email at support@microboards.com or on
the web at http://www.microboards.com.
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Appendix 1 List of Functions
1 Copy
2 Test
3 Test & Copy
4 Verify
5 Compare
6 Prescan
7 Disc Info
8 Edit Track (for CD only)
8.1 CD to CD
8.3 Play Audio Track
8.4 Close Session
9 Setup
9.1 Language (English)
9.2 CD Burn Speed (Default is Auto)
9.3 CD Burn Speed (Default is Maximum)
9.4 Read Speed (Default is Maximum)
9.5 Auto Start Drive (Default is Off)
9.6 Startup Menu (Default is Copy)
9.7 Auto Verify (Default is Off)
9.8 Auto Compare (Default is Off)
9.9 Auto Prescan (Default is Off)
9.10 Eject Disc (Default is Eject Good Only)
9.12 Burn Mode (Default is DAO)
9.13 Button Sound (Default is On)
9.14 Device Info
9.15 System Info
9.16 Quick Erase
9.17 Full Erase
10. Adv Setup
10.1 UnderRun Protect (Default is On)
10.2 Overburn (Default is Off)
10.3 Read Error Skip (Default is Off)
10.4 Format HDD
10.5 Verify HDD
10.6 Burn-in
10.7 Update Firmware
10.8 Compare Firmware
10.9 H/W Diagnostic
10.10 Load Default
10.11 CD+G (Default is Off)
10.12 ISRC & MCN (Default is Off)
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Appendix 2 LCD Messages
Normal Conditions:
Initialize SDRAM......................................................................Initialize the memory of the system.
Detect Drives....................................................Detect what drives are connected with the system.
User Abort!....................................................................................Cancel the job during operation.
Analyzing...................................................................................................Analyze the source disc.
Source Drive Not Ready.............................................................Source drive is not ready to read.
Target Drive Not Ready...............................................................Target drive is not ready to write.
Source Disc Not Ready.......................................................... Source disc is not ready to be read.
Target Disc Not Ready.................................................. Target disc is not ready to be written into.
Erasing disc.................................................................The system is erasing the data on the disc.
Fail to get Drive Info!.................................................... The drive information cannot be obtained.
Fail to get Src Disc Info!................................ The information of source disc cannot be obtained.
Save new config Fail!...................................... The new setting of configuration cannot be saved.
Load Default Config?.....................................................Do you want to load the default settings?
Preparing................................................................................... The system is preparing to record.
Check Target Please Wait ............................................The system is checking the target device.
Audio Disc!!! Can’t compare!................................. The system cannot compare the audio discs.
Identical............................................................................... The comparison results are the same.
Read disc error ..........................................................During comparison the disc cannot be read.
Cannot read TOC..................................................... The system cannot read the contents of disc.
TOC not match.............................................................. The comparison results are not the same.
Target overflow.................................... The target disc hasn’t enough capacity to store new data.
Target Disc Not Empty!!!.................................................................. The target disc still has data.
Press a Key to Eject Good Disc……………….Press any key to eject the good disc after
copying.
Press a Key to Eject Fail Disc........................Press any key to eject the failed disc after copying.
CD-RW does not Support the Func.................................... CD-RW doesn’t support this function.
Hold ESC to exit...................................................... Press ESC for a second to terminate the test.
All data will be lost, erase?...............All data on the disc will be lost. Confirm the erasing of data.
Erase Finished..................................................................... The erasing of data comes to an end.
No Erasable Disc in CD-RW!!...........................The disc on the CD-RW device is not rewritable.
Audio Editing:
Lost selected Tracks?................................................. Abort the selected tracks and delete them.
End edit disc and burn?....................................... Finish the music disc editing and start to copy.
Continue edit next Disc?................................. Ask if you want to continue the music disc editing.
Target Overflow Re-Select.............. The disc capacity is not enough to store the selected tracks.
Close all disc’s session?..................................................... Confirm the closing of disc sessions.
NO AUDIO track in this disc.................................................. The source disc has no audio track.
Insert next disc....................................................................................... Insert the next audio disc.
Sessions were closed already!.............................. The disc sessions have already been closed.
Tgt overflow, del last trk?............... The disc capacity is not enough to store the selected tracks.
Ins empty disc Continue?................... Do you want to insert a blank disc and continue copying?
Firmware Update:
Invalid firmware Disc.................................................... The disc doesn’t contain a valid firmware.
Updating F/W.........................................................................The system is updating the firmware.
Update F/W xxx to yyy?................. Do you want to update the firmware version from xxx to yyy?
Searching F/W ......................................................... The system is searching for a valid firmware.
Check Sum Error!...................................................................... The updated firmware has errors.
Last update F/W OK!........................................................... The firmware is updated successfully.
Last update F/W Fail!.................................................... The firmware is not updated successfully.
Flash ROM fail!................................................................. Data cannot be written into Flash ROM.