Onkyo CDR-201A User Guide Manual Operating Instruction Pdf

Onkyo CDR-201A User Guide Manual Operating Instruction Pdf
English
Audio CD Recorder
Before using
CDR-201A
Connections
Operating Instructions
AUDIO CD RECORDER
STANDBY / ON
FINALIZE
CD
DUBBING
MULTI JOG
REC
EDIT / NO YES
PUSH TO ENTER
STANDBY
DISPLAY
Operations
INPUT
CDR-201A
Other Information
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Before using
Thank you for purchasing ...
Thank you for purchasing the ONKYO CDR-201A CD Recorder.
Please read this manual thoroughly before making connections and plugging in the unit.
Following the instructions in this manual will enable you to obtain the optimum performance and
listening enjoyment from your new CDR-201A.
Please retain this manual for future reference.
Main Features
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CD/CD-R/CD-RW Disc Compatibility
• Auto Finalizing Function
32kHz/44.1kHz/48kHz Sampling-Rate Converter • High-Resolution D/A & A/D Converter
2 Optical Digital Inputs
• 1 Optical Digital Output
2-Mode (Album/Fade) One-Touch CD Recording • Signal Synchro Recording
Name input function allowing you to specify a disc name and track titles.
Adjustable Recording Volume (Digital/Analog)
• z Compatible Remote Control Included
WARNING:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR
ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT
EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO
RAIN OR MOISTURE.
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.
WARNING
AVIS
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUE
NE PAS OUVRIR
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within
an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to
the presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage”
within the product’s 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 the user to the presence of important
operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in
the literature accompanying the appliance.
Important Safeguards
1.
Read Instructions – All the safety and
operating instructions should be read before
the appliance is operated.
2.
Retain Instructions – The safety and
operating instructions should be retained for
future reference.
3.
Heed Warnings – All warnings on the
appliance and in the operating instructions
should be adhered to.
4.
Follow Instructions – All operating and use
instructions should be followed.
5.
Cleaning – Unplug the appliance from the
wall outlet before cleaning. The appliance
should be cleaned only as recommended by
the manufacturer.
6.
Attachments – Do not use attachments not
recommended by the appliance manufacturer
as they may cause hazards.
7.
Water and Moisture– Do not use the
appliance near water –for example, near a
bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink, or laundry
tub; in a wet basement; or near a swimming
pool; and the like.
8.
Accessories – Do not place the appliance
on an unstable cart, stand, tripod, bracket,
or table. The appliance may fall, causing
serious injury to a child or adult, and serious
damage to the appliance. Use only with a cart,
stand, tripod, bracket, or table recommended
by the manufacturer, or sold with the
appliance. Any mounting of the appliance
should follow the manufacturer’s instructions,
and should use a mounting accessory
r e c o m m e n d e d b y t h e PORTABLE CART WARNING
manufacturer.
9.
An appliance and cart
combination should be
moved with care. Quick
stops, excessive force, and
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Important Safeguards
uneven surfaces may cause the appliance and
cart combination to overturn.
11. Power Sources – The appliance should be
operated only from the type of power source
indicated on the marking label. If you are not sure
of the type of power supply to your home, consult
your appliance dealer or local power company.
12. Grounding or Polarization – The appliance
may be equipped with a polarized alternating
current line plug (a plug having one blade
wider than the other). This plug will fit into
the power outlet only one way. This is a safety
feature. If you are unable to insert the plug
fully into the outlet, try reversing the plug. If
the plug should still fail to fit, contact your
electrician to replace your obsolete outlet. Do
not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized
plug.
13. Power-Cord Protection – Powersupply cords
should be routed so that they are not likely to
be walked on or pinched by items placed upon
or against them, paying particular attention
to cords at plugs, convenience receptacles,
and the point where they exit from the
appliance.
15. Overloading – Do not overload wall outlets,
extension cords, or integral convenience
receptacles as this can result in a risk of fire or
electric shock.
16. Object and Liquid Entry – Never push
18. Damage Requiring Service – Unplug the
appliance form the wall outlet and refer servicing
to qualified service personnel under the
following conditions:
A. When the power-supply cord or plug is
damaged,
B. If liquid has been spilled, or objects have
fallen into the appliance,
C. If the appliance has been exposed to rain or
water,
D. If the appliance does not operate normally
by following the operating instructions.
Adjust only those controls that are covered
by the operating instructions as an
improper adjustment of other controls may
result in damage and will often require
extensive work by a qualified technician
to restore the appliance to its normal
operation,
E. If the appliance has been dropped or
damaged in any way, and
F. When the appliance exhibits a distinct
change in performance – this indicates a
need for service.
19. Replacement Parts – When replacement parts
are required, be sure the service technician has
used replacement parts specified by the
manufacturer or have the same characteristics
as the original part. Unauthorized substitutions
may result in fire, electric shock, or other hazards.
20. Safety Check – Upon completion of any service
or repairs to the appliance, ask the service
technician to perform safety checks to determine
that the appliance is in proper operation condition.
21. Wall or Ceiling Mounting – The appliance
should be mounted to a wall or ceiling only as
recommended by the manufacturer.
22. Heat – The appliance should be situated away
from heat sources such as radiators, heat
registers, stoves, or other appliances (including
amplifiers) that produce heat.
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Other Information
14. Lightning – For added protection for the
appliance during a lightning storm, or when it
is left unattended and unused for long periods
of time, unplug it from the wall outlet and
disconnect the antenna or cable system. This
will prevent damage to the appliance due to
lightning and power-line surges.
17. Servicing – Do not attempt to service the
appliance yourself as opening or removing
covers may expose you to dangerous voltage
or other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified
service personnel.
Before Using
10. Ventilation – Slots and openings in the
cabinet are provided for ventilation and to
ensure reliable operation of the appliance and
to protect it from overheating, and these
openings must not be blocked or covered. The
openings should never be blocked by placing
the appliance on a bed, sofa, rug, or other
similar surface. The appliance should not be
placed in a builtin installation such as a
bookcase or rack unless proper ventilation is
provided. There should be free space of at
least 5 cm (2 in.) and an opening behind the
appliance.
objects of any kind into the appliance through
openings as they may touch dangerous
voltage points or short-out parts that could
result in a fire or electric shock. Never spill
liquid of any kind on the appliance.
Precautions
1. Recording Copyright
Recording of copyrighted material for other than
personal use is illegal without permission of the
copyright holder.
2. Power
WARNING
BEFORE PLUGGING IN THE UNIT FOR THE FIRST
TIME, READ THE FOLLOWING SECTION CAREFULLY.
The voltage of the available power supply differs
according to country or region. Be sure that the
power supply voltage of the area where this unit
will be used meets the required voltage (e.g., AC
230 V, 50 Hz or AC 120 V, 60 Hz) written on the
rear panel.
Turning off the standby button does not shut off
the power completely. So the power cord should
be removed from the AC outlet when the unit is
not used for a prolonged time.
5. Care
From time to time you should wipe the front and
rear panels and the cabinet with a soft cloth. For
heavier dirt, dampen a soft cloth in a weak solution of mild detergent and water, wring it out dry,
and wipe off the dirt. Following this, dry immediately with a clean cloth.
Do not use rough material, thinners, alcohol or
other chemical solvents or cloths since these could
damage the finish or remove the panel lettering.
6. Points to remember
If this unit is brought from a cold environment to
a warm one or is in a cold room that is quickly
heated, condensation may form on the pickup,
preventing proper operation. In this case, remove
the disc and leave the power ON for about one
hour to remove the condensation.
When transporting this unit, be careful not to
bump it.
3. Do not touch this unit with wet hands
Do not handle this unit or power cord when your
hands are wet or damp. If water or any other liquid enters the case, take this unit to an authorized
service center for inspection.
DANGER:
4. Location of this unit
Place this unit in a well-ventilated location.
Take special care to provide plenty of ventilation
on all sides of this unit especially when it is placed
in an audio rack. If ventilation is blocked, this unit
may overheat and malfunction.
Do not expose this unit to direct sunlight or heating units as this unit’s internal temperature may
rise and shorten the life of the pickup.
Avoid damp and dusty places and places directly
affected by vibrations from the speakers. In particular, avoid placing the unit on or above one of
the speakers.
Be sure this unit is placed in a horizontal position.
Never place it on its side or on a slanted surface as
it may malfunction.
Do not place near tuners or TV sets.
If placed next to a TV or tuner, it may cause reception interference resulting in some noise in the TV
or tuner output.
THIS PRODUCT UTILIZES A LASER. USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OR PERFORMANCE OF
PROCEDURES OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED
HEREIN MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION
EXPOSURE.
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INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN AND
INTERLOCK FAILED OR DEFEATED. AVOID DIRECT
EXPOSURE TO BEAM.
CAUTION:
Precautions
For U.S. model
In compliance with Federal Regulations, the certification, identification and the period of manufacture are indicated on the rear panel.
FCC INFORMATION FOR USER
CAUTION:
The user changes or modifications not expressly
approved by the party responsible for compliance
could void the user’s authority to operate the
equipment.
Declaration of Conformity
We, ONKYO EUROPE
ELECTRONICS GmbH
INDUSTRIESTRASSE 20
82110 GERMERING,
GERMANY
declare in own responsibility, that the ONKYO product described
in this instruction manual is in compliance with the corresponding
technical standards such as EN60065, EN55013, EN55020 and
EN61000-3-2, -3-3.
GERMERING, GERMANY
I. MORI
ONKYO EUROPE ELECTRONICS GmbH
Memory Preservation
This unit does not require memory preservation
batteries. A built-in memory power back-up
system preserves the contents of the memory
during power failures and even when the unit
is unplugged. The unit must be plugged-in in
order to charge the back-up system.
The memory preservation period after the unit
has been unplugged varies depending on
climate and placement of the unit. On the
average, memory contents are protected over a
period of a few weeks after the last time the
unit was unplugged. This period is shorter when
the unit is exposed to a highly humid climate.
Other Information
NOTE:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate
radio frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the instructions, may
cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If
this equipment does cause harmful interference
to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on,
the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the
equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a
circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV
technician for help.
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Before Using
The laser is covered by a housing which prevents
exposure during operation or maintenance. However, this product is classified as a Laser Product
by CDRH (Center for Devices and Radiological
Health) which is a department of the Food and
Drug Administration. According to their regulations 21 CFR section 1002.30, all manufactures
who sell Laser Products must maintain records of
written communications between the manufacturer, dealers and customers concerning radiation
safety. If you have any complaints about instructions or explanations affecting the use of this product, please feel free to write to the address on the
back page of this manual. When you write us,
please include the model number and serial number of your unit.
Precautions
For Canadian model
For British model
NOTE: THIS CLASS B DIGITAL APPARATUS
Replacement and mounting of an AC plug on the
power supply cord of this unit should be performed
only by qualified service personnel.
COMPLIES WITH CANADIAN ICES-003.
For models having a power cord with a polarized
plug:
CAUTION: TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK,
MATCH WIDE BLADE OF PLUG TO WIDE SLOT,
FULLY INSERT.
Modele pour les Canadien
REMARQUE: CET APPAREIL NUMÉRIQUE DE
LA CLASSE B EST CONFORME À LA NORME
NMB-003 DU CANADA.
Sur les modèles dont la fiche est polarisée:
ATTENTION: POUR ÉVITER LES CHOCS
ÉLECTRIQUES, INTRODUIRE LA LAME LA PLUS
LARGE DE LA FICHE DANS LA BORNE
CORRESPONDANTE DE LA PRISE ET POUSSER
JUSQU’AU FOND.
For European model
This unit contains a semiconductor laser system
and is classified as a “CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT”.
So, to use this model properly, read this Instruction Manual carefully. In case of any trouble, please
contact the store where you purchased the unit.
To prevent being exposed to the laser beam, do
not try to open the enclosure.
“CLASS 1 LASER
PRODUCT”
This label on the right hand panel states that:
1. This unit is a CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT and employs a laser inside the cabinet.
2. To prevent the laser from being exposed, do not
remove the cover. Refer servicing to qualified
personnel.
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IMPORTANT
The wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code:
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 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.
IMPORTANT
A 5 ampere fuse is fitted in this plug. Should the
fuse need to be replaced, please ensure that the
replacement fuse has a rating of 5 amperes and
that it is approved by ASTA or BSI to BS1362. Check
for the ASTA mark or the BSI mark on the body of
the fuse.
IF THE FITTED MOULDED PLUG IS UNSUITABLE FOR
THE SOCKET OUTLET IN YOUR HOME, THEN THE
FUSE SHOULD BE REMOVED AND THE PLUG CUT
OFF AND DISPOSED OF SAFELY. THERE IS A DANGER OF SEVERE ELECTRICAL SHOCK IF THE CUT
OFF PLUG IS INSERTED INTO ANY 13 AMPERE
SOCKET.
If in any doubt, please consult a qualified electrician.
Table of contents
Before Using
Before using
Thank you for purchasing ... ............................................................... 2
Important Safeguards ......................................................................... 2
Precautions ........................................................................................ 4
Table of contents ................................................................................ 7
Supplied accessories ........................................................................... 7
Using the remote controller ................................................................ 8
Part names and functions ................................................................. 10
Notes on usable CDs ........................................................................ 13
Connections
Connecting to the Onkyo Separate Collection .................................. 15
Connecting the CDR-201A ............................................................... 16
Operations
Recording modes .............................................................................
Inserting a disc .................................................................................
CD dubbing (component system operation) .....................................
Synchronous recording (component system operation) ....................
Analog recording .............................................................................
Digital recording ..............................................................................
Synchronous recording by input digital signal detection ....................
Using the level sync function ............................................................
Changing the display .......................................................................
Entering names ................................................................................
Finalization .......................................................................................
Erasing recordings (CD-RW discs only) ..............................................
Playing CDs ......................................................................................
Timer playback (component system operation) .................................
18
20
21
23
26
27
29
31
33
34
39
40
44
47
Other Information
Display messages ............................................................................. 47
Troubleshooting guide ..................................................................... 48
Rules concerning digital recording .................................................... 51
Specifications ....................................................................... Back cover
Supplied accessories
Check that the following accessories are supplied with the CDR-201A.
• Audio connection cables × 2
• Optical digital cable × 1
• Remote controller × 1
• Dry-cell batteries
(size AA, R06, or UM-3) × 2
RA
ND
STA
NDB
Y/
OM
1
PQ
7 RS
>10
ME
GH
4 I
AB
2 C
10
W
XY
9
/0
DIS
RE
PLA
C
MO
Y
ON
RY
RE
JK
5 L
DE
3 F
TU
8 V
PEA
T
MN
6 O
CL
CLO
SE
NA
ME
SC
Z
EN
TE
R
OPE
N/
EA
RO
• z cable × 1
LL
R
TE
MO
RE
ER
LL
RO
NT
CO
8C
- 44
RC
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Using the remote controller
■ Using the RC-466S remote
controller that is supplied with the
Onkyo Separate Collection R-801A
components to operate the CDR201A.
Using the remote controller
When operating the remote controller, point it toward the
remote control sensor of the tuner amplifier.
• For more details, refer to the R-801A operation
manual.
CDR-201A
Remote control
sensor
30°
30°
5m
R-801A
Notes:
• If the remote control sensor is subjected to
direct sunlight or inverted fluorescent light,
operation of the remote controller may be
adversely affected.
• Use of another remote controller nearby or
using the remote controller near equipment that
uses infrared light may cause operational
interference.
• Do not put objects on the remote controller. A
button on the remote controller may remain
pressed and drain the batteries.
• Make sure the CDR-201A is not placed behind
colored glass doors. Placing the CDR-201A
behind such doors may prevent proper
operation of the remote controller.
• If there is an obstacle between the remote
controller and the remote control sensor, the
remote controller will not operate.
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Using the remote controller
■ Using the RC-448C remote
controller that is supplied with the
CDR-201A to operate the CDR201A
When operating the remote controller, point it
toward the remote control sensor of the CDR-201A.
CDR-201A
Remote control
sensor
Before using
Installing the remote controller
batteries
Using the remote controller
1 Push the battery cover in the direction of the
arrows shown and remove it.
30°
30°
5m
STANDBY
/ ON
RANDOM
MEMOR
1
Y
ABC
2
GHI
4
PQRS
7
JK
5 L
10
/0
REPEAT
OPEN
/ CLOSE
DEF
3
TUV
8
>10
MNO
6
NAME
W XYZ
9
DISPLA
SCROLL
CLEAR
Y
REC
ENTER
REMO
TE
CONT
ROLL
ER
RC448
C
2 Install the supplied (or AA, R06, or UM-3-sized)
batteries into the battery compartment being
careful not to mistake the polarity (follow the
polarity diagram inside).
3 Replace the battery cover.
Notes:
• If the remote control sensor is subjected to
direct sunlight or inverted fluorescent light,
operation of the remote controller may be
adversely affected.
• Use of another remote controller nearby or
using the remote controller near equipment that
uses infrared light may cause operational
interference.
• Do not put objects on the remote controller. A
button on the remote controller may remain
pressed and drain the batteries.
• Make sure the CDR-201A is not placed behind
colored glass doors. Placing the CDR-201A
behind such doors may prevent proper
operation of the remote controller.
• If there is an obstacle between the remote
controller and the remote control sensor, the
remote controller will not operate.
Notes:
• Do not mix new batteries with old batteries or
different kinds of batteries.
• To avoid corrosion, remove the batteries if the
remote controller will not be used for a long
time.
• Immediately remove dead batteries to avoid
damage to the remote controller from corrosion.
If the remote controller begins to operate
improperly, remove the old batteries and replace
them with two new batteries.
• The life of the supplied batteries is approx. 1
year, though this value may vary depending on
usage.
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Part names and functions
3
1 2
Front Panel
4
AUDIO CD RECORDER
INPUT
FINALIZE
CD
DUBBING
MULTI JOG
EDIT / NO YES
REC
5
PUSH TO ENTER
STANDBY / ON
6
7
8
STANDBY
DISPLAY
CDR-201A
16
15
14 13 12 11 10 9
A
Display
L
K
J
I
B
DISC TRACK
ANALOG IN
DIGITAL IN 1 2
CD-RW
FINALIZE
LEVEL- SYNC
L
40
20
10
4
2
0 OVER
R
MEMORY
RANDOM
REPEAT 1
H
G
F
E
20
Rear Panel
19
INPUT
2
INPUT
1
21
OUTPUT
OPTICAL
DIGITAL
18
17
AC OUTLET
ANALOG
INPUT
OUTPUT
REMOTE
CONTROL
AC 230-240 V
50 Hz
UNSWITCHED
100 W MAX.
AUDIO CD RECORDER
MODEL NO. CDR-201A
L
R
22
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C
D
Part names and functions
The numbers within the brackets are the pages
where the part is introduced.
Front panel
STANDBY/ON button and STANDBY
indicator [20]
2
Remote control sensor [9]
3
Disc tray [20]
4
r (tray open/close) button [20]
Press to open and close the disc tray.
5
q MULTI JOG w dial [21]
Use to jump to tracks prior to or later than the
one currently playing. Use while playback is
stopped to select the track to play.
6
d/f(rewind/fast forward) buttons
[44]
Press to rewind or fast forward through the
track currently playing.
7
n (play/pause) button [26, 27, 44]
Press to start analog recording, digital recording,
and playback. Press during playback to pause
the playback. Press again to resume playback.
8
e (stop) button [26, 28, 44]
Press to stop recording or playback.
9
YES button [21]
Press to confirm displayed settings during CD
dubbing and other operations.
10 EDIT/NO button [21]
Press to display the operations for CD dubbing,
erasing, name input, and other operations. To
select a displayed operation, turn the MULTI JOG
dial.
13 FINALIZE button [22, 39]
Press to finalize discs onto which you have
finished recording. Also, press to unfinalize discs
that have already been finalized.
14 Front display
A DISC/TRACK indicator
B Display
C MEMORY (programmed playback) indicator
D RANDOM (random playback) indicator
E REPEAT (repeat playback) indicator
F Recording level display
G LEVEL-SYNC indicator
H FINALIZE indicator
I
CD/CD-R/CD-RW indicator
J s (play) /g (pause) /o (recording) indicator
K DIGITAL IN 1/2 indicator
L ANALOG IN indicator
15 INPUT button [21]
Press to select the input source.
16 DISPLAY button [33, 35]
Press to change the contents of the display.
Rear panel
17 ANALOG INPUT (REC)/OUTPUT (PLAY)
terminals [17]
18 z REMOTE CONTROL terminals [17]
19 DIGITAL OPTICAL INPUT 1/2 terminals [17]
20 DIGITAL OPTICAL OUTPUT terminal [17]
21 Power cord [17]
22 AC outlet [17]
11 o REC (recording) button [23]
For analog and digital recording, press to place
the CDR-201A in the recording standby state.
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Before using
1
12 CD DUBBING button [21, 22]
Press to start CD dubbing.
Part names and functions
STANDBY/ ON
OPEN / CLOSE
1
2
3
4
Alphabetic letters/Symbols/Numeric/(1 to
10) buttons [36]
Press to enter a disc name and track titles.
5
d/f (rewind/fast forward) buttons
[36, 44]
Press to rewind or fast forward through the
track currently playing. Press to move the cursor
forward or backward when changing the name
of a disc.
6
13
14
o REC (recording) button [23]
For analog and digital recording, press to place
the CDR-201A in the recording standby state.
7
g (pause) button [44]
Press during playback to pause the playback.
Press the s button to resume playback.
15
8
r (tray open/close) button [20]
Press to open and close the disc tray.
9
REPEAT (repeat playback) button [45]
Press to repeat the playback of a disc or a track.
8
RANDOM MEMORY REPEAT
9
ABC
DEF
1
2
3
GHI
JKL
MNO
4
5
6
PQRS
TUV
W XYZ
7
8
9
>10
10/0
NAME
SCROLL
CLEAR
DISPLAY
10
11
12
ENTER
5
REC
6
7
10 NAME button [34]
Press to begin entering a disc name or track
titles. Also press this button to confirm the name
you input.
REMOTE CONTROLLER
RC-448C
The numbers within the brackets are the pages
where the part is introduced.
RC-448C remote controller
1
STANDBY/ON button [20]
Press to switch the CDR-201A between the on
state and the standby state.
2
RANDOM (random playback) button [45]
Press to playback the tracks on the disc in
random order.
3
MEMORY (programmed playback) button
[46]
Press to program the tracks to play in memory.
4
Numeric buttons [36, 46]
Press the number for a track to start playback at
that track. Also, press to program tracks for
programmed playback.
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11 SCROLL button
Press to scroll a displayed disc name or track
titles.
12 CLEAR button [36, 46]
Press to erase the programmed tracks one at a
time from the end. This button is also used to
erase the character entered.
13 ENTER button [36]
Press to enter and confirm a disc name, artist
name, or track titles.
14 DISPLAY button [33, 35]
Press to change the contents of the display.
15 OPERATION button
e (stop) button [28, 44]
Press to stop recording or playback.
s (play) button [26, 44]
Press to start analog recording, digital recording,
and playback.
q/w (skip) buttons [36, 44]
Use to jump to tracks prior to or later than the
one currently playing. Use while playback is
stopped to select the track to play.
For the part names and functions of the RC-466S
remote controller, refer to the instruction manual
with the R-801A.
Notes on usable CDs
Notes on usable discs
• CD-Recordable (CD-R) and CD-ReWritable
(CD-RW) discs
When recording with the CDR-201A, you must use
compact discs with the following marks printing on
them:
*1
*2
(A disc with any of the above markings.)
Recording cannot be performed on discs that do not
have one of the above markings.
Copyright fees have been enacted by copyright laws,
and these fees are included in the price of CD-R*1
and CD-RW*2 discs, as well as discs labeled with
"FOR CONSUMER," "FOR CONSUMER USE," and
"FOR MUSIC USE ONLY." Therefore, the recording
of music protected by copyright laws with these
discs is permitted for personal use. However, copying
for purposes other than personal use requires the
permission of the copyright holder.
•
The lyrics and melodies composing the musical
elements of media and musical performances from
radio broadcasts, compact discs, records, music
tapes, original cassettes, and other media are
protected equally by copyright law. Therefore, the
sale, transition, distribution, and re-release in mediaform, or use as background music in stores and the
like, is strictly forbidden without the previous express
consent from the copyright holder.
CD-R finalization process
After recording onto a CD-R disc, it is necessary to
perform the finalization process before the CD-R
can be played in CD players. After the finalization
process is completed, you cannot perform
additional recordings.
CD-ReWritable (CD-RW) discs
CD-RW discs cannot be played in normal CD
players even after finalization. CD-RW discs can
only be played on players compatible with CD-RW
discs. Also, with CD-RW discs, recording can be
erased even after finalization.
Compact discs
Always use compact discs with the following mark
(optical digital audio discs):
CD TEXT
CD TEXT is a feature added to audio CDs that
provides the ability to deliver text information
(alphabetic letters, symbols, and numbers) such as
disc titles, artist names, track titles, etc. Commercial
audio CDs that contain this text information bear the
following mark.
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Before using
FOR CONSUMER
FOR CONSUMER USE
FOR MUSIC USE ONLY
Cautions regarding copyrights
Notes on usable CDs
■ Cleaning
Notes on discs
Never use heart-shaped, octagonal, or other special
shaped discs as they may damage the internal
mechanisms of the CDR-201A.
Do not play CD-ROMs intended for computer use or
non-audio compact discs. Doing so may cause highpitched noises or other unpredictable results that
may damage speakers, amplifiers, and other
connected components.
■ Handling discs
Be careful not to touch the data side of the disc (the
side that does not have printing on it). Always hold
discs by the edges or by using the hole in the middle.
Dirt and contaminants on discs can obstruct the
pickup of the signals and lead to deterioration the
sound. When dirty, clean the data side with a soft
dry cloth, wiping from the inside of the disc toward
the outside.
If the dirt is excessive, soak the cloth in water, wring
it out, and then wipe the disc surface clean. Next,
using a soft dry cloth, wipe the moisture from the
disc surface.
Do not use conventional record cleaners or antistatic
agents. Also, never use benzene, thinners, or other
volatile agents as they may damage the disc surface.
■ Cautions for disc storage
Label side
Data side
Do not store discs in locations exposed to direct
sunlight, near heat emitting devices, and other
locations of excessive heat, or locations of extremely
low temperatures. Also, always store discs properly
in their protective cases.
Never place labels or stickers on the data side or
label side of the discs. Also, do not write on the discs
or allow them to become scratched.
■ Cautions when using rented compact
discs
Do not use discs that have cellophane tape attached
to them or rental compact discs that have rental
labels attached. If the tape is sticking out or peeling
off, the disc may not be able to be ejected and the
CDR-201A may become damaged.
■ Do not use 8-cm CD adapters.
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Condensation
When moving the CDR-201A from a cold
location to a hot location, when quickly heating a
cold location with a furnace, or other similar
situation, condensation may occur. This may not
only cause improper operation of the device, but
may also damage the discs and components.
If condensation has occurred, turn on the CDR201A and leave it running for 1 to 2 hours. If you
will not use the CDR-201A, then eject any disc
inside.
Connections
Connecting to the Onkyo Separate Collection
This section introduces you to the other Separate Collection Series system components and their
convenient system functions, followed by connecting instructions.
The following Separate Collection series components are commercially available:
• R-801A ....... FM Stereo/AM Tuner Amplifier (Not available in U.S.A. and Canada)
• MD-101A ... MD Recorder (Not available in U.S.A. and Canada)
• K-501A ....... Stereo Cassette Tape Deck (Not available in U.S.A. and Canada)
• C-701A ...... Compact Disc(CD) Player (Not available in U.S.A. and Canada)
Note that the available components may vary according to the area.
Combination use of the unit with the above system components enables you to operate the
following convenient functions.
• Auto power on
By turning on the CDR-201A or starting a playback with it, the power to the amplifier is automatically
turned on as well. Also, when not using the CDR-201A, you can turn it off independently.
• Remote controller operation
The remote controller supplied with the R-801A can be used to operate the CDR-201A. (For more details,
refer to the R-801A instruction manual.)
• Timer
Timed playback is possible. (For more details, refer to page 47 of this instruction manual or to the R-801A
instruction manual.)
• CD dubbing
This function allows one-touch recording from the CD player to the CDR-201A. (For more details, refer to
the pages 21 and 22 of this instruction manual.)
• CD - synchro recording
By first setting the CDR-201A so that it is ready for recording, you can start the recording by just pressing
play at the CD player. (For more details, refer to the pages 23 and 24 of this instruction manual.)
• Synchronous recording from the MD or tape deck
By first setting the CDR-201A so that it is ready for recording, you can start the recording by just pressing
play at the MD or tape deck. (For more details, refer to the page 25 of this instruction manual.)
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Connections
• Direct change
By pressing the play/pause button (n) on the CDR-201A, the input source at the tuner amplifier
automatically switches to CDR.
Connecting the CDR-201A
■ Connecting to other components
The CDR-201A contains components that are extremely heat sensitive, so do not place the CDR201A on the amplifier.
Always complete all connections before inserting the power cord into the wall outlet.
To L channel of the CDR-201A (White)
To R channel of the CDR-201A (Red)
(White) To L channel of other component
(Red) To R channel of other component
Protection cap for the optical digital
input terminal
When necessary, remove this protection
cap and store it safely. When not using
the optical digital input terminal, be sure
to put the cap back on the terminal.
INPUT
2
INPUT
1
Improper connection
Insert completely
OUTPUT
OPTICAL
DIGITAL
AC OUTLET
ANALOG
INPUT
OUTPUT
REMOTE
CONTROL
AC 230-240 V
50 Hz
UNSWITCHED
100 W MAX.
Wall outlet
AUDIO CD RECORDER
MODEL NO. CDR-201A
L
R
Audio devices of 100 W
or below
Analog
output
Analog
input
Digital output
Digital input
(1 or 2)
L
R
Analog
output
L
R
Analog
input
z
connector
Amplifier
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Digital output
Digital input
CD player,
DAT deck, etc.
MD recorder,
CD recorder, etc.
Connecting the CDR-201A
1 Connecting to an amplifier/Tuner amplifier
Connect the CDR-201A to the CDR, TAPE or MD terminal on the amplifier/Tuner amplifier.
• Connect the red connectors of the supplied audio connection cables to the R-channel terminals and the
white connectors to the L-channel terminals.
• Make sure the connectors are properly inserted all the way. If the connectors are not properly connected,
noise or improper operation may result.
• Do not bundle the audio cables together with power cords or speaker cables. Doing so may cause
deterioration of the audio signal.
2 Connecting the z cable
• With Onkyo components that are equipped with an z connector, use the supplied z cable to connect
the z connector to the z connector of the CDR-201A.
• The z connectors are only effective if they are used in conjunction with an Onkyo amplifier with an z
connector. Do not connect to a component other than an Onkyo component with an z connector.
Doing so may damage the CDR-201A.
• The function of the upper and lower z connectors are the same. Connect to either one.
3 Connecting to the digital input
Using the digital input, you can record digital audio from compact disc players, DAT decks, and other digital
audio components that have a digital output. Connect using the supplied optical digital cable and either the
DIGITAL INPUT 1 and 2 input on the CDR-201A. You can also connect to amplifiers that are equipped with
digital output terminals.
Notes:
• The optical digital terminal is provided with a protection cap installed. When necessary, remove this
protection cap and store it safely. When not using the optical digital input terminal, be sure to put the
cap back on the terminal.
• To perform digital input recording, you must connect to the optical digital input terminal. If the digital
connection is not made, "D.In Unlock" will appear in the display.
4 Connecting to the digital output
Using the digital output, you can connect to MD recorders, CD recorders, DAT deck recorders, and other
digital audio recorders that have optical digital input connectors for making digital recordings. You can also
connect to amplifiers that are equipped with digital input terminals.
5 Using the AC outlet on the CDR-201A
An AC outlet is available on the CDR-201A for you to connect your own audio devices.
Note:
The shape, number, and total capacity of the AC outlets
may differ depending on the area where the unit is
purchased.
230 - 240 V, 50 Hz model: Capacity is 100 W in total.
6 Connecting the power cord
INPUT
2
INPUT
1
OUTPUT
OPTICAL
DIGITAL
AC OUTLET
ANALOG
INPUT
OUTPUT
REMOTE
CONTROL
AC 230-240 V
50 Hz
UNSWITCHED
100 W MAX.
AUDIO CD RECORDER
MODEL NO. CDR-201A
L
R
230-240V,
50Hz models
Capacity is
100 watts.
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Connections
• Connecting the z cable only does not make the system operational. You must also connect the audio cables as well.
Operations
Recording modes
Cautions during recording
In the following situations, recording is not
possible even if the o REC or CD DUBBING
button is pressed.
• The CD indicator is lit (a CD or finalized CD-R
has been inserted).
• The CD-RW and FINALIZE indicators are lit (a
finalized CD-RW has been inserted).
• The inserted disc is full and "Disc Full" is
displayed.
• The 99th track has been recorded and "Disc
Full" is displayed.
• The disc is not for audio use or when "Pro Disc"
is displayed.
Only the audio signals can be recorded
The CDR-201A is designed for recording audio
signals only and therefore only digital signals that are
audio signals are recorded. Other CD-ROM and
Dolby Digital data, and the like, will not be recorded.
Also, when recording from discs that have graphics
or text data, only the audio signals will be recorded.
The minimum track length is 4 seconds
For compact discs, the minimum track length is 4
seconds. Even if the e (stop) or g (pause) button is
pressed immediately after starting recording, a silent
4-second track will be recorded. Also, during that 4
seconds, you cannot resume recording or perform
another operation.
When an unrecordable signal in present
during the digital recording
"D.In Unlock" or "Cannot Copy" appears in the
display and the recording operation is suspended.
The operation will be resumed in response to any
recordable signals that may follow.
Recording mode for system setups
Below is an introduction to the type of recordings
possible when the CDR-201A is connected to the R801A, C-701A, MD-101A, and K-501A components.
■ CD dubbing (digital) (see page 21)
Digitally record all tracks from a music CD to a CD-R
or CD-RW. When dubbing is completed, you can
automatically select the finalization mode. The
dubbing mode is selected at the EDIT menu.
Album mode: Only record the tracks that can be
completely recorded.
Fade-out mode: A fade-out is recorded at the end of
the final track that could not be completely recorded.
■ Single-track CD dubbing (digital)
(see page 22)
Record the track currently being played (or paused)
with the CD player with one touch. The dubbing
mode is the mode that is currently set; however, if
the album mode is set, tracks that cannot be fully
recorded will not be erased, but will be recorded
until the disc becomes full.
■ Synchronous recording
(see page 23)
When connected to a component system, the
operations given below are possible.
• Synchronous recording from the CD player to
the CDR-201A. (Analog recording only)
• Synchronous recording from the MD recorder or tape
deck to the CDR-201A. (Analog recording only)
• Synchronous recording from the CDR-201A to an
MD recorder or tape deck. (Analog recording only)
Note:
For CD dubbing, single-track CD dubbing, and
synchronous recording, you must have the optical
digital cable from the C-701A connected to the
digital input 1 terminal of the CDR-201A. For more
details regarding system setup, refer to the
instruction manual for the R-801A.
Do not turn off the CDR-201A during recording, finalizing, erasing, or while “PMA
Writing” is displayed.
If you accidentally do turn the power off, or if a power outage occurs, the data on the disc may be
rendered unreadable.
Do not shake or subject the CDR-201A to vibrations during recording, finalizing, erasing,
or while “PMA Writing” is displayed.
Doing so may cause the sound on the disc to skip or the data on the disc to become unreadable.
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Recording modes
Normal recording mode
When not connected to a component system, there
are a few methods that you can perform to record
the signal in from the analog input or digital input of
the CDR-201A.
■ Analog recording (see page 26)
This method records the signal at the analog inputs.
The recording level can be adjusted manually.
If the digital signal includes the track number
information, the track numbers will be automatically
assigned.
For satellite broadcasts and other digital signals that
do not include track number information, the track
numbers will be automatically updated when 2
seconds or more of silence is detected.
Name function
■ Digital recording (see page 27)
■ Entering a disc name (see page 34)
This method records the signal at the optical digital
inputs. The recording level can be adjusted manually.
You may need to adjust the recording level when
recording low digital signal sources such as satellite
broadcasts and the like.
You can enter one disc name per disc.
■ Signal synchronous recording
(see page 29)
When recording together with a portable MD player
or Onkyo component that does not have an z
connector, you can synchronize the recording with
the input signal.
About the level sync function
■ When the level synch function is turned on
The track numbers are updated automatically. Press
the o REC button to set track numbers manually .
■ When the level synch function is turned off
The track numbers are not updated automatically.
Press the o REC button to set track numbers
manually .
■ For analog recording
If you put the CDR-201A into the recording standby
state, the level sync function turns on automatically.
If there are gaps of no sound 2 seconds or longer
between tracks in the recording source, the track
numbers will be automatically updated.
■ For digital recording
You can enter up to 99 track names per disc.
■ Erasing the disc name and track names
(see page 38)
You can erase all the name information retained in
the CDR-201A.
Finalization
The finalization process writes the TOC data (tracks,
etc.) for the disc in a special area on the disc called
the PMA. After finalization, CD-Rs can be played in
CD players. Even after finalization, CD-RWs can only
be played on CD players that are compatible with
CD-RWs.
For CD-Rs that have been finalized, you cannot add
more recordings.
Erasing recording (CD-RW discs only)
The data recorded on CD-RW discs can be erased
and the disc can be used again as many times as
desired (see page 40).
The erasing methods are given below.
• Erasing data on unfinalized CD-RWs
Last track erase: Erases only the last track.
All track erase: Erases all tracks.
• Erasing data on finalized CD-RWs
All track erase: Erases all tracks.
TOC erase: Returns a finalized disc to the
unfinalized conditions.
• Erasing discs
Erases all data recorded on the CD-RW.
If you put the CDR-201A into the recording standby
state, the level sync function turns on automatically.
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Operations
The level sync function detects the space between
tracks (songs, etc.) in the recording source and
automatically assigns track numbers to them during
recording.
■ Entering track names (see page 37)
Inserting a disc
RC-448C
Disc tray
STANDBY/ON
r
STANDBY/ ON
STANDBY
/ON
AUDIO CD RECORDER
OPEN / CLOSE
1
GHI
ABC
DEF
2
3
JKL
4
5
PQRS
TUV
7
8
MNO
INPUT
FINALIZE
CD
DUBBING
REC
EDIT / NO YES
>10
NAME
SCROLL
6
W XYZ
CLEAR
9
DISPLAY
MULTI JOG
r OPEN/CLOSE
RANDOM MEMORY REPEAT
ENTER
10/0
PUSH TO ENTER
STANDBY / ON
REC
STANDBY
DISPLAY
CDR-201A
1 Turn on the CDR-201A.
Press the STANDBY/ON button.
The STANDBY indicator turns off.
STANDBY / ON
2 Press the r button.
Memo:
• You can also press the n button (or the
remote controller s button) to close it.
• By pressing the r button (or the remote
controller r OPEN/CLOSE button) in the
standby state, the power is automatically
turned on. If used in a component system
with the R-801A, their power automatically
turns on as well.
• When the disc is inserted, the CDR-201A
automatically scans the disc and displays the
type in the front display.
The disc tray opens. Place the disc with the
label-side up in the center of the tray.
CDR-201A
RC-448C
CD-R
L
40
20
10
4
2
0
R
Disc indicator
CD
label-side
CD-R
CD-RW
3 Press the r button.
CD-RW
FINALIZE
The disc tray closes.
•
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Commercially sold CD
Finalized CD-R
Unrecorded CD-R
Partly recorded
(not finalized) CD-R
Unrecorded CD-RW
Partly recorded
(not finalized) CD-RW
Finalized CD-RW
The CDR-201A displays information of the
disc, including total recording number of
tracks and time, and remaining available
recording time. Displayed contents may vary
depending on the type of disc.
When unrecorded compact discs are
inserted, "Blank Disc" appears in the
display.
CD dubbing (component system operation)
CD DUBBING
EDIT/NO
AUDIO CD RECORDER
q MULTI JOG w
INPUT
INPUT
STANDBY / ON
FINALIZE
CD
DUBBING
MULTI JOG
REC
EDIT / NO YES
PUSH TO ENTER
STANDBY
YES
DISPLAY
CDR-201A
Perform CD dubbing to digitally record all the tracks
from a music CD to a CD-R or CD-RW. The dubbing
mode is selected at the EDIT menu.
Preparation
• Turn on the CDR-201A (see page 20).
• Place the music CD in the CD player. (Refer to
the instruction manual for the C-701A.)
• Place a recordable CD-R or CD-RW in the CDR201A (see page 20).
1 Repeatedly press the INPUT button
until "Digital In1" appears.
INPUT
Pressing the YES button provides the same
operation.
The current dubbing mode appears.
MULTI JOG
PUSH TO ENTER
The current dubbing mode is given on the left
side (for the display given above, the current
dubbing mode is the album mode).
Album: Only record the tracks that can be
completely recorded. (Album mode) With CDRW discs, erase a track if it cannot be
completely recorded.
Fade: A fade-out is recorded at the end of
the final track that could not be completely
recorded. (Fade-out mode)
change the dubbing mode, press the
2 Press the EDIT/NO button and turn the 4 To
MULTI JOG dial.
MULTI JOG dial until "CD DubMode?"
appears.
MULTI JOG
EDIT / NO
Pressing the YES button provides the same
operation.
The new dubbing mode is set. To not change
the dubbing mode, press the EDIT/NO button.
MULTI JOG
PUSH TO ENTER
PUSH TO ENTER
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Operations
Note:
CD dubbing cannot be performed when "Digital
In 2" or "Analog In" is selected.
3 Press the MULTI JOG dial.
CD dubbing (component system operation)
5 Press the CD DUBBING button.
CD dubbing begins.
CD
DUBBING
During CD dubbing, the level sync function turns on.
The CD player begins a search for the peak level
and the CDR-201A set the optimum recording
level to match that peak level (DLA* Link 2
function).
Then the music CD is digitally recorded from the
first track to the last track.
Auto finalization
To use auto finalization, press the FINALIZE button
repeatedly during recording until "Auto On"
appears. (The FINALIZE indicator appears flashing.)
Finalization starts automatically as soon as the CD
dubbing finishes.
Note:
The auto finalization automatically starts after CD
dubbing completes unless the recording is
interrupted as follows:
• If you press the e button to stop the CDR201A.
• If you power off the system tuner amplifier (R801A) which the CDR-201A is connected to, or
the sleep time shuts down the whole system.
To cancel auto finalization during recording
Press the FINALIZE button repeatedly until "Auto
Off" appears. (The FINALIZE indicator disappears.)
When the CD finishes
The CDR-201A automatically stops. (To perform
finalization after completion, press the FINALIZE
button.) If you turn on auto finalization, then the
CDR-201A will stop after auto finalization.
To confirm settings during recording
Press the CD DUBBING button.
To stop the recording
Press the e button.
* DLA
Digital Rec Level Adjustment
Single-track CD dubbing
Perform single-track CD dubbing when connected to
component system to record the track currently
being played (or paused) with the CD player with
one touch.
1 Play the CD with the CD player.
2 Press the CD DUBBING button while
the track you want to record is playing.
CD
DUBBING
CD dubbing begins.
The CD player returns to the beginning of the
song and searches for the peak level. The CDR201A set the optimum recording level to match
that peak level. Then recording begins. When
the track is completed, the CDR-201A stops and
the CD player continues on to the next track.
Note:
The dubbing mode is the mode that is currently set.
However, when performing single-track CD dubbing
with CD-RW, even if the album mode is set, tracks
that cannot be fully recorded will not be erased, but
will be recorded until the disc becomes full.
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Synchronous recording (component system operation)
RC-448C
oREC
STANDBY/ ON
OPEN / CLOSE
RANDOM MEMORY REPEAT
AUDIO CD RECORDER
ABC
1
GHI
2
JKL
DEF
5
6
TUV
W XYZ
7
8
>10
10/0
STANDBY / ON
FINALIZE
CD
DUBBING
MULTI JOG
REC
EDIT / NO YES
SCROLL
CLEAR
9
DISPLAY
INPUT
NAME
3
MNO
4
PQRS
ENTER
PUSH TO ENTER
oREC
STANDBY
REC
DISPLAY
CDR-201A
INPUT
When connected to a component system, the
synchronous recording operations given below are
possible.
• Synchronous recording from the CD player to
the CDR-201A.
• Synchronous recording from the MD recorder or
tape deck to the CDR-201A.
• Synchronous recording from the CDR-201A to a
MD recorder or tape deck.
Synchronous recording from a CD
player to the CDR-201A
Preparation
until "Digital In1" appears.
INPUT
For analog recording, select "Analog In."
Proceed to step 3 if you do not wish to adjust
the recording level.
Note:
Synchronous recording cannot be performed
when "Digital In 2" is selected.
2 Press the s button on the CD player
to start playback.
3 Press the o REC button (or the remote
controller REC o button).
"Rec Setup" appears in the display followed by
the time display (the recording standby state).
CDR-201A
RC-448C
REC
REC
Proceed to step 6 if you do not wish to adjust
the recording level.
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Operations
• Turn on the CDR-201A (see page 20).
• Place the music CD in the CD player. (Refer to
the instruction manual for the C-701A.)
• Place a recordable CD-R or CD-RW in the CDR201A (see page 20).
1 Repeatedly press the INPUT button
Synchronous recording (component system operation)
(4) After adjusting the recording level, press
the MULTI JOG dial.
4 Adjust the recording level.
(1) Press the EDIT/NO button and turn the
MULTI JOG dial until "Rec Level?"
appears.
MULTI JOG
Pressing the YES button provides the same
operation.
MULTI JOG
EDIT / NO
PUSH TO ENTER
PUSH TO ENTER
5 Stop the CD player.
(2) Press the MULTI JOG dial.
Pressing the YES button provides the same
operation.
Press the EDIT/NO button if you cancel the
adjustment operation.
6 Press the s button on the CD player.
The CD player starts playing and recording starts
at the CDR-201A.
(3) Turn the MULTI JOG dial to adjust the
recording level as desired.
The current level is displayed, ranging from -∞ to
+18 dB.
MULTI JOG
When the CD finishes
The CDR-201A automatically returns to the
recording standby state.
To stop the CD synchronous recording
Stop play at the CD player. The CDR-201A enters
the recording standby state.
PUSH TO ENTER
Adjust so that when the recording level is at its
highest, it does not reach "OVER" in the front
display. If OVER is reached, the sound becomes
distorted.
Adjust the level so that "OVER" will not light.
L
40
20
10
4
2
0 OVER
R
For digital recording
Even if you change the recording level, the
monitor sound level from the DIGITAL OUT
terminal will not change.
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Note:
During analog recording, set the input dial on the
amplifier to the CD position and be sure not to
change this setting during recording. If this setting is
changed, the CDR-201A will automatically enter the
recording standby state.
Synchronous recording (component system operation)
Synchronous recording from an MD
recorder or tape deck to the CDR201A.
Preparation
• Turn on the CDR-201A (see page 20).
• Place the MD or cassette in the MD deck or tape
deck. (Refer to the instruction manual for the
MD-101A or K-501A.)
• Place a recordable CD-R or CD-RW in the CDR201A (see page 20).
1 Repeatedly press the INPUT button
until "Analog In" appears.
INPUT
6 Press the s button at the MD recorder
or tape deck.
The MD recorder or tape deck starts playing and
recording starts at the CDR-201A.
When the MD or tape finishes
The CDR-201A automatically returns to the
recording standby state.
To stop the synchronous recording
Stop play at the MD or tape deck.
Synchronous recording from the
CDR-201A to an MD recorder or tape
deck
Preparation
Proceed to step 3 if you do not wish to adjust
the recording level.
Notes:
• When recording from an MD recorder or a tape
deck, select "Analog In."
• Synchronous recording cannot be performed
when "Digital In 2" or "Digital In 1" is selected.
2 Start playback of an MD or tape.
• Turn on the CDR-201A (see page 20).
• Place the MD or cassette for recording in the
MD deck or tape deck. (Refer to the instruction
manual for the MD-101A or K-501A.)
• Place the CD, CD-R or CD-RW to be recorded in
the CDR-201A (see page 20).
1 Put the MD recorder or tape deck in its
recording standby state.
controller REC o button).
controller s button).
"Rec Setup" appears in the display followed by
the time display (the recording standby state).
The CDR-201A begins playback and the MD or
tape deck begins recording.
CDR-201A
REC
RC-448C
REC
When the CDR-201A finishes
The MD or tape deck automatically returns to the
recording standby state.
To stop the synchronous recording
Proceed to step 6 if you do not wish to adjust
the recording level
Stop play at the CDR-201A.
4 Adjust the recording level.
Refer to page 24, step 4 "Adjust the recording
level."
5 Stop the playback of the MD or tape.
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3 Press the o REC button (or the remote 2 Press the n button (or the remote
Analog recording
RC-448C
oREC
STANDBY/ ON
OPEN / CLOSE
RANDOM MEMORY REPEAT
AUDIO CD RECORDER
ABC
DEF
1
2
3
GHI
JKL
MNO
4
5
6
PQRS
TUV
7
8
>10
10/0
W XYZ
FINALIZE
CD
DUBBING
MULTI JOG
REC
EDIT / NO YES
CLEAR
9
DISPLAY
INPUT
NAME
SCROLL
ENTER
PUSH TO ENTER
STANDBY / ON
n
STANDBY
DISPLAY
oREC
REC
s
CDR-201A
INPUT
EDIT/NO YES
Perform analog recording to record the signal input
to the analog input terminal of the CDR-201A. The
recording level can be adjusted manually.
4 Adjust the recording level
Refer to page 24, step 4 "Adjust the recording
level."
Preparation
• Turn on the CDR-201A (see page 20).
• Place a recordable CD-R or CD-RW in the CDR201A (see page 20).
• Verify that the input dial and recording selection
button of the amplifier are set to the position of
the recording source.
1 Repeatedly press the INPUT button
until "Analog In" appears.
INPUT
5 Stop playback of the recording source.
6 Press the n button (or the remote
controller s button) and start the
recording source.
Recording starts. If the entire disc becomes filled
with recordings, the CDR-201A automatically
stops.
To set the track numbers manually
Press the o REC button.
To pause the recording
Proceed to step 3 if you do not wish to adjust
the recording level.
º
2 Start playback of the recording source.
3 Press the o REC button (or the remote
controller REC o button).
The level sync function turns on.
"Rec Setup" appears in the display followed by
the time display (the recording standby state).
CDR-201A
RC-448C
REC
REC
Proceed to step 6 if you do not wish to adjust
the recording level.
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Press the n button (or the remote controller g
button). To resume recording, press the n button
(or the remote controller s button) when the time
display appears.
The CD recorder will stop, if the recording standby
state persists for 10 minutes or more.
To stop the recording
Press the e button.
Digital recording
RC-448C
oREC
STANDBY/ ON
OPEN / CLOSE
RANDOM MEMORY REPEAT
AUDIO CD RECORDER
ABC
1
GHI
2
JKL
DEF
5
6
TUV
W XYZ
7
8
>10
10/0
STANDBY / ON
FINALIZE
CD
DUBBING
MULTI JOG
REC
EDIT / NO YES
SCROLL
CLEAR
9
DISPLAY
INPUT
NAME
3
MNO
4
PQRS
ENTER
PUSH TO ENTER
n
STANDBY
DISPLAY
oREC
REC
s
CDR-201A
INPUT
EDIT/NO YES
Perform digital recording to record the signal input
to the optical digital input terminal of the CDR201A. The track numbers are recorded as is from the
input source. The recording level can be adjusted
manually.
1 Repeatedly press the INPUT button
until "Digital In1" or "Digital In2"
appears.
INPUT
or
Types of digital source that can be recorded
The CDR-201A contains an internal sampling rate
converter, and therefore can record digital signals of
the sampling rates given below.
• 44.1 kHz (CDs, etc.)
• 32 kHz (DAT, satellite broadcasts, etc.)
• 48 kHz (DAT, satellite broadcasts, etc.)
Preparation
• Turn on the CDR-201A (see page 20).
• Place a recordable CD-R or CD-RW in the CDR201A (see page 20).
• Verify that the input dial and recording selection
button of the amplifier are set to the position of
the recording source.
Note:
Verify to which digital input the optical digital
cable is connected.
2 Start playback of the recording source.
3 Press the o REC button (or the remote
controller REC o button).
The level sync function is set to ON.
"Rec setup" appears in the display followed by
the time display (the recording standby state).
CDR-201A
REC
RC-448C
REC
Proceed to step 6 if you do not wish to adjust
the recording level.
Note:
If you select the digital input to which the optical
digital cable is not connected, "D.In Unlock" will
appear.
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Notes:
• When performing digital recording with an
HDCD, use the procedure given on this page or
that given for signal synchronous recording or
synchronous recording. Also, make sure the
recording level is set to 0 decibels (see page 24).
Since the recording level is set automatically
(DLA) during CD dubbing with the CD dubbing
button, the recording will not be performed
properly.
• You cannot perform digital recording from a
DTS CD.
Proceed to step 3 if you do not wish to adjust
the recording level
Digital recording
4 Adjust the recording level.
Refer to page 24, step 4 "Adjust the recording
level."
5 Stop the playback of the recording
source.
6 Press the n button (or the remote
controller s button) and start the
recording source.
Recording starts. The track numbers are
automatically recorded as well.
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To pause the recording
Press the n button (or the remote controller g
button). To resume recording, press the n button
(or the remote controller s button) when the time
display appears.
To stop the recording
Press the e button.
Notes:
• When digitally recording satellite broadcasts, the
track numbers may not be assigned properly. If
this occurs, turn off the level sync function and
set the track numbers manually (see page 31).
• If the time between tracks is extremely short, the
track numbers may not be assigned properly.
Synchronous recording by input signal
detection (Signal synchronous recording)
RC-448C
oREC
STANDBY/ ON
OPEN / CLOSE
RANDOM MEMORY REPEAT
AUDIO CD RECORDER
ABC
DEF
1
2
3
GHI
JKL
MNO
4
5
6
PQRS
TUV
7
8
>10
10/0
W XYZ
STANDBY / ON
FINALIZE
CD
DUBBING
MULTI JOG
REC
EDIT / NO YES
CLEAR
9
DISPLAY
INPUT
NAME
SCROLL
ENTER
PUSH TO ENTER
oREC
STANDBY
REC
DISPLAY
CDR-201A
INPUT
When recording with portable MD players, or other
components that are not equipped with an z
connector, recording is started synchronous with the
input signal. (This is called signal synchronous
recording.)
Preparation
• Turn on the CDR-201A (see page 20).
• Place a recordable CD-R or CD-RW in the CDR201A (see page 20).
• Verify that the input dial and recording selection
button of the amplifier are set to the position of
the recording source.
and select the desired input signal.
Select "Digital In 1," "Digital In 2," or "Analog
In" for the input source.
INPUT
Proceed to step 3 if you do not wish to adjust
the recording level.
2 Start playback of the recording source.
3 Press the o REC button (or the remote
controller REC o button).
"Rec Setup" appears in the display followed by
the time display.
CDR-201A
RC-448C
REC
REC
Proceed to step 6 if you do not wish to adjust
the recording level.
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Notes:
Note the following when using synchronous
recording for digital input sources.
• DATs cannot be recorded if no start ID is present
before audio contents.
• CD DUBBING uses a sub-code signal that is
contained in the digital output from most player
components, and therefore there may be some
CD players, MD recorders, or the like where
digital synchronous recording is impossible.
• If you are performing signal synchronous
recording of classical or other soft music using
the analog input, the recording may not start at
the proper time. If this is the case, start the
recording manually (see “Analog recording” on
page 26).
1 Repeatedly press the INPUT button
Synchronous recording by input signal detection
(Signal synchronous recording)
4 Adjust the recording level.
Refer to page 24, step 4 "Adjust the recording
level."
5 Stop the playback of the recording
source.
6 Press the o REC button (or the remote
controller REC o button)
The CDR-201A enters the input standby state,
"Signal Rec" appears in the display, and then
"Signal Wait" appears flashing alternately with
the time display.
CDR-201A
REC
RC-448C
REC
7 Verify that "Signal Wait" is flashing
together with the time display and
then start the playback of the
recording source.
Recording starts as soon as the CDR-201A
receives signals from the recording source.
Notes on the signal synchronous recording
• When the level synch function is turned on
during analog recording, the track numbers are
updated automatically as soon as audible sound
is detected after 2 seconds or more of silence.
• If “Signal Wait” continues for 1 minute, signal
synchronous recording is cancelled and playback
is stopped.
• When "D.In Unlock" appears in the front display
during the signal synchronous recording (digital
input), the CDR-201A cancels the recording
mode and enter to the recording standby state.
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Using the level sync function
Using the level sync function
During analog recording, the track numbers are
assigned automatically since the level sync function is
turned on. Even so, you can press the o REC (or the
remote controller o REC button) to assign the track
numbers manually. To disable the automatic
assignment of track numbers during recording, turn
off the level sync function.
Turn off the level sync function and assign the track
numbers manually, if the numbers are not
automatically updated due to the situations as
follows:
For analog recording
The level sync function uses the recording source
level to detect the end and beginning of tracks.
Therefore, in the cases given below, the track
numbers may not be properly assigned.
• The recording on the cassette tape is poor (e.g.,
the space between songs contains much noise).
• With music such as classical music where there
may be very low volumes.
• Where the space between songs is extremely
short.
• If the signal at the tuner is weak (excessive
noise).
• When recording from turntables.
• When the level sync function is turned on, if no
signal continues for approximately one minute,
recording will stop.
press the EDIT/NO button and turn the
MULTI JOG dial until "Level Sync?"
appears.
MULTI JOG
EDIT / NO
PUSH TO ENTER
Note:
This setting cannot be made during recording.
2 Press the MULTI JOG dial.
Pressing the YES button provides the same
operation.
The current setting appears. The current setting
is given on the left side (for the display given
below, the current setting is "On").
MULTI JOG
PUSH TO ENTER
3 Press the MULTI JOG dial.
Pressing the YES button provides the same
operation.
The level sync function turns off. Press the EDIT/
NO button to return to the previous setting.
MULTI JOG
PUSH TO ENTER
To return to automatic assignment of track
numbers
Switch the setting to ON.
Follow the steps 1 through 3. "Off → On" should
appear in step 2, "L.Sync On" in step 3.
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For digital recording
• When digitally recording satellite broadcasts, the
track numbers may not be assigned properly. If
this occurs, turn off the level sync function and
set the track numbers manually.
• If the time between tracks is extremely short, the
track numbers may not be assigned properly.
• When the level sync function is turned on, if no
signal continues for approximately one minute,
recording will stop. However, you can continue
recording to CDs.
1 While in the recording standby state,
Using the level sync function
Setting the level sync level
When the level sync function is turned on, the track
numbers are automatically adjusted through the
detection of music and digital signals during
recording. The CDR-201A enables you to set the
detection level of the sound used to signal the
changes between tracks.
4 Press the MULTI JOG dial.
Pressing the YES button provides the same
operation.
MULTI JOG
1 Press the EDIT/NO button and turn the
MULTI JOG dial until "L. Sync. Lvl?"
appears.
PUSH TO ENTER
MULTI JOG
EDIT / NO
PUSH TO ENTER
2 Press the MULTI JOG dial.
Pressing the YES button provides the same
operation.
MULTI JOG
PUSH TO ENTER
The current setting appears.
3 Turn the MULTI JOG dial to select the
desired level.
MULTI JOG
PUSH TO ENTER
You can select a setting between –30 and –60
decibels in 2-decibel increments.
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Memo:
• The initial settings are –46 decibels for analog
recording and –52 decibels for digital recording.
• The level settings can be made separately for
each input source.
• If a new track is not numbered when the silent
gap between tracks in the recording source is
reached, increase the level setting. Similarly, if
tracks are numbered at locations where there is
no silent gap between tracks, decrease the level
setting.
Low levels
(–60 dB)
If there is noise in
the silent gaps, the
gaps will be
difficult to detect.
High levels
(–30 dB)
Even if there is
noise in the silent
gaps, the gaps will
be easy to detect.
Notes:
• This setting is enabled for digital recordings and
analog recordings other than CDs, MDs, and
DATs.
• This setting cannot be made during recording.
• Even if adjusted, the tracks may not be
numbered properly.
Changing the display
RC-448C
STANDBY/ ON
OPEN / CLOSE
RANDOM MEMORY REPEAT
ABC
AUDIO CD RECORDER
1
GHI
2
JKL
DEF
5
6
TUV
W XYZ
7
8
>10
10/0
FINALIZE
CD
DUBBING
MULTI JOG
REC
EDIT / NO YES
SCROLL
CLEAR
9
DISPLAY
INPUT
NAME
3
MNO
4
PQRS
ENTER
DISPLAY
PUSH TO ENTER
STANDBY / ON
REC
STANDBY
DISPLAY
CDR-201A
DISPLAY
Display during recording
Repeatedly pressing the DISPLAY button during
recording changes the display as shown below.
CDR-201A
Remaining available recording time (Not
displayed for audio CDs and finalized
discs)
RC-448C
DISPLAY
DISPLAY
Disc name ("No Name" if unavailable)
■ Display during recording
(Return to first display)
Track number and elapsed time of track being
recorded
■ Display during playback
Track number and elapsed time of track being
played
Track name (Track number and "No Name" if
unavailable)
Operations
Remaining available recording time
Track number and remaining time of track
being played
Remaining time of total time of the disc (Not
displayed during random playback)
(Return to first display)
■ Display while stopped
Total number of tracks and time of the disc
Track name (Track number and "No Name" if
unavailable)
(Return to first display)
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Entering names
RC-448C
EDIT/NO
q MULTI JOG w
STANDBY/ ON
OPEN / CLOSE
RANDOM MEMORY REPEAT
AUDIO CD RECORDER
ABC
DEF
1
2
3
GHI
JKL
MNO
4
5
6
PQRS
TUV
W XYZ
7
8
9
>10
10/0
DISPLAY
INPUT
FINALIZE
CD
DUBBING
STANDBY / ON
MULTI JOG
REC
EDIT / NO YES
NAME
SCROLL
NAME
CLEAR
ENTER
PUSH TO ENTER
REC
STANDBY
DISPLAY
CDR-201A
Name function
• The name function can be used for non-finalized
CD-Rs or CD-RWs. You cannot enter names on
finalized discs.
• The names you can enter include the disc name
and track names.
• You can enter one disc name and up to 99 track
names per disc. A disc or track name can consist
of up to 24 characters. You can enter up to
1000 characters per disc.
• Finalization is required to write entered names
to the disc. (The names you enter are
temporarily retained in the CDR-201A and then
written to the disc during finalization.)
Entering a disc name
When entering a disc name, set the CDR-201A to
the stop state in advance.
1 Press the EDIT/NO button and turn the
MULTI JOG dial until " Name In?"
appears.
To cancel name input, press the EDIT/NO button
again or the STOP e button.
CDR-201A
MULTI JOG
RC-448C
NAME
EDIT / NO
PUSH TO ENTER
Or, press the remote controller NAME button.
Pressing the NAME button proceeds to the state
after step 2 is complete (go to step 3).
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Entering names
RC-448C
q MULTI JOG w
STANDBY/ ON
OPEN / CLOSE
RANDOM MEMORY REPEAT
AUDIO CD RECORDER
ABC
DEF
1
2
3
GHI
JKL
MNO
4
5
6
PQRS
TUV
7
8
>10
10/0
W XYZ
FINALIZE
CD
DUBBING
MULTI JOG
REC
EDIT / NO YES
CLEAR
9
DISPLAY
INPUT
NAME
SCROLL
ENTER
DISPLAY
PUSH TO ENTER
STANDBY / ON
REC
STANDBY
DISPLAY
CDR-201A
DISPLAY
YES
2 Press the MULTI JOG dial.
MULTI JOG
PUSH TO ENTER
Pressing the YES button provides the same
operation. The cursor appears flashing. To stop
entering names while the cursor is flashing,
press the YES button with holding the EDIT/NO
button pressed, or press the STOP e button.
Enter a name.
(1) Press the DISPLAY button to select the
type of characters you wish to enter.
CDR-201A
DISPLAY
RC-448C
DISPLAY
Repeatedly pressing the DISPLAY button
changes the type of input characters as shown
below.
Upper-case letter of alphabet (Indication: A)
↓
Lower-case letter of alphabet (Indication: a)
↓
Numbers and symbols (Indication: 1)
↓
Easy name (Indication: )
You can also press the SCROLL button on the
remote controller to change the character type.
(Easy name→Numbers and symbols→Lowercase letter of alphabet→Upper-case letter of
alphabet)
Types of available characters and symbols
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWX
YZ
abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz
0123456789_ @'< >#$%&*=;:+
- / ( ) ? ! ' " , . (Space)
(Insertion)
Types of available easy names
BALLAD, BLUES, CLASSIC, DANCE, FUSION,
JAZZ, LIVE, POPS, REGGAE, ROCK, SOUL,
TECHNO, VOCAL, African, American, Asian,
British, Euro, German, Japanese, Anthology, Best
of*, Collection, Favorite, Happy, Heavy, Hit
Songs, Omnibus, Selection, Special, Super,
(Space)
* One space will be added automatically as you
enter "of."
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3
d/
f
Entering names
RC-448C
EDIT/NO
q MULTI JOG w
STANDBY/ ON
OPEN / CLOSE
RANDOM MEMORY REPEAT
AUDIO CD RECORDER
Numeric
buttons
ABC
DEF
1
2
3
GHI
JKL
MNO
4
5
6
PQRS
TUV
W XYZ
7
8
9
>10
10/0
DISPLAY
INPUT
FINALIZE
CD
DUBBING
MULTI JOG
REC
EDIT / NO YES
d/
f
PUSH TO ENTER
STANDBY / ON
NAME
SCROLL
NAME
CLEAR
ENTER
REC
q/
w
STANDBY
DISPLAY
CDR-201A
d/f
(2) Turn the MULTI JOG dial to select the
desired character and press the MULTI
JOG dial to enter it.
MULTI JOG
MULTI JOG
PUSH TO ENTER
PUSH TO ENTER
To change the type of input characters
Press the DISPLAY button and select the type of
input characters in the above step 3-(1) before
turning and pressing the MULTI JOG dial to enter
characters.
Using the remote controller (RC-448C) for
entering names
• Entering an alphabetic character
Press the desired numeric button to sequentially
display the characters indicated on it. For
example, pressing the 2/ABC button each time
changes the displayed character in the sequence
of A→B→C→A. When the character you want
appears, press the ENTER button.
• Entering an easy name
Press the desired numeric button to sequentially
display the easy names by the initial letters
indicated on it. For example, pressing the 2/ABC
button each time changes the displayed easy
name to BALLAD, BLUES, CLASSIC, and so on.
When the easy name you want appears, press
the ENTER button.
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• Entering a number or symbol
Press the desired numeric button to display the
number indicated on it. Or, repeatedly press the
>10/./* button to change displaying the desired
symbol, ./*-,!?( ), in that order, and press the 10/
0/- button to display a space. When the number
or symbol you want appears, press the ENTER
button.
You may select the desired character using the
q or w button and press the ENTER
button to enter it.
Note:
Using the remote controller to enter symbols
You may not be able to enter some symbols using
the remote controller numeric buttons. To enter a
symbol, select it using the remote controller q
or w button.
To correct an input character
Press the d or f button on the CDR-201A or
the remote controller. While the character you wish
to correct appears flashing, enter a correct character.
To insert a character
Press the d or f button on the CDR-201A or
the remote controller. When the position where you
wish to insert a character appears flashing, turn the
MULTI JOG dial counterclockwise (
appears
flashing) and press the MULTI JOG dial. Enter a
correct character at the position where the cursor is
flashing.
To erase a character
Press the d or f button on the CDR-201A or
the remote controller. When the character you wish
to erase appears flashing, press the EDIT/NO button
or the remote controller CLEAR button.
Entering names
RC-448C
EDIT/NO
q MULTI JOG w
STANDBY/ ON
OPEN / CLOSE
RANDOM MEMORY REPEAT
AUDIO CD RECORDER
ABC
DEF
1
2
3
GHI
JKL
MNO
4
5
6
PQRS
TUV
W XYZ
7
8
9
>10
10/0
DISPLAY
INPUT
FINALIZE
CD
DUBBING
MULTI JOG
REC
EDIT / NO YES
NAME
NAME
SCROLL
CLEAR
ENTER
PUSH TO ENTER
STANDBY / ON
REC
STANDBY
DISPLAY
CDR-201A
YES
4 Press the YES button to end name
Entering track names
input.
Or, press the NAME button on the remote
controller (RC-448C).
CDR-201A
RC-448C
YES
NAME
1 Turn the MULTI JOG dial to select the
desired track.
During playback, pause, or recording, the track
selected currently will be named.
MULTI JOG
To write the entered names to the disc
Note:
If you enter a disc name and remove the disc
without finalizing it, the name will not be stored.
You will need to enter the name again.
PUSH TO ENTER
2 Press the EDIT/NO button and turn the
MULTI JOG dial until " Name In?"
appears.
CDR-201A
MULTI JOG
RC-448C
NAME
EDIT / NO
PUSH TO ENTER
Or, press the remote controller NAME button.
Pressing the NAME button proceeds to the state
after step 2 is complete (go to step 3).
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Finalize the disc.
The names you enter are temporarily stored in the
CDR-201A and then written to the disc during
finalization. Be aware of the following notes when
finalizing a disc.
Entering names
RC-448C
EDIT/NO
q MULTI JOG w
STANDBY/ ON
OPEN / CLOSE
RANDOM MEMORY REPEAT
AUDIO CD RECORDER
ABC
DEF
1
2
3
GHI
JKL
MNO
4
5
6
PQRS
TUV
W XYZ
7
8
9
>10
10/0
DISPLAY
INPUT
FINALIZE
CD
DUBBING
MULTI JOG
REC
EDIT / NO YES
NAME
SCROLL
NAME
CLEAR
ENTER
PUSH TO ENTER
STANDBY / ON
REC
STANDBY
DISPLAY
CDR-201A
DISPLAY
YES
3 Press the MULTI JOG dial.
MULTI JOG
Erasing the disc name and track
names
Follow the steps below to erase all the name
information retained in the CDR-201A. Set the CDR201A to the stop state in advance.
1 Press the EDIT/NO button and turn the
PUSH TO ENTER
Pressing the YES button provides the same
operation. The cursor appears flashing. To stop
entering names while the cursor is flashing,
press the YES button with holding the EDIT/NO
button pressed, or press the STOP e button.
Enter a track name in the same method as that
described in step 3 of "Entering a disc name"
(see page 35).
MULTI JOG dial until "Name Erase?"
appears.
MULTI JOG
EDIT / NO
PUSH TO ENTER
4 Press the YES button to end name input.
With the RC-448C remote controller, press the
NAME button.
CDR-201A
RC-448C
YES
NAME
To write the entered names to the disc
2 Press the MULTI JOG dial.
Pressing the YES button provides the same
operation. When completed, "Complete"
appears in the display and the CDR-201A will
stop. See page 42 to erase the names written to
a (finalized) CD-RW.
MULTI JOG
Finalize the disc. The names you enter are
temporarily stored in the CDR-201A and then
written to the disc during finalization. Be aware of
the following notes when finalizing a disc.
Note:
If you enter a disc name and remove the disc
without finalizing it, the name will not be stored.
You will need to enter the name again.
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PUSH TO ENTER
Finalization
AUDIO CD RECORDER
INPUT
FINALIZE
STANDBY / ON
CD
DUBBING
MULTI JOG
REC
EDIT / NO YES
PUSH TO ENTER
STANDBY
DISPLAY
CDR-201A
FINALIZE
Finalization is a process of writing the TOC data
(track numbers etc.) and the name information
retained in the CDR-201A to the special area (PMA)
of the disc.
YES
When finalization finishes
“Complete” appears in the display and finalization
automatically stops.
To stop the finalization process
After finalization
CD-Rs can be played in CD players. Even after
finalization, CD-RWs can only be played on CD
players that are compatible with CD-RWs.
For finalized CD-Rs, you cannot add more recordings
and name information.
1 Insert the CD-R or CD-RW to be finalized
into the CDR-201A.
2 Press the FINALIZE button.
"Finalize?" appears.
3 Press the YES button.
YES
Display after finalization
For CD-Rs, the display becomes that for CDs. For
CD-RWs, the display does not change, except that
FINALIZE is added.
Notes:
• Never turn off the power or remove the power
cord during finalization. Doing so may damage
all the data on the disc. An inserted disc can be
corrupt and no longer usable if the power is
accidentally turned off or in case of power
failure.
• Do not shake or subject the CDR-201A to
vibrations during recording, finalizing, erasing,
or while “PMA Writing” is displayed. Doing so
may cause the sound on the disc to skip or the
data on the disc to become unreadable.
• Never finalize discs that are scratched, dirty, or
dusty. The process may not be carried out
properly.
• During finalization, the operation button on the
CDR-201A will be disabled.
Auto finalization
Finalization begins. During finalization, the
remaining time is displayed. (Finalization takes
approx. 80 seconds.)
The display of the remaining time is only a guide
and the actual time until the process is
completed may be a little before or after.
For CD dubbing, you can turn on the auto
finalization function. When auto finalization is
turned on, finalization occurs automatically at the
end of recording. For details, refer to the applicable
pages.
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Operations
FINALIZE
Press the e button or the EDIT/NO button (before
pressing the YES button in step 3).
Erasing recordings (CD-RW discs only)
EDIT/NO
q MULTI JOG w
AUDIO CD RECORDER
INPUT
STANDBY / ON
FINALIZE
CD
DUBBING
MULTI JOG
REC
EDIT / NO YES
PUSH TO ENTER
STANDBY
DISPLAY
CDR-201A
YES
The data recorded on CD-RW discs can be erased
and the disc can be used again as many times as
desired. The erasing methods are given below.
■ Erasing data on unfinalized CD-RWs
All track erase: Erases all tracks.
Last track erase: Erases only the last track.
1 Press the EDIT/NO button and turn the
MULTI JOG dial until "All Erase?"
appears.
MULTI JOG
EDIT / NO
■ Erasing data on finalized CD-RWs
All track erase: Erases all tracks.
TOC erase: Returns a finalized disc to the unfinalized
condition.
■ Erasing discs
Erases all data recorded on the CD-RW.
Note:
If "Disc Error" appears during an erase, abort the
erase and check the disc for scratches, dirt, or dust.
After removing any dirt or dust that may exist,
resume the erase.
Erasing data on non-finalized CD-RWs
Insert the CD-RW you wish to erase and place the
CDR-201A in the stop state.
■ Erasing all tracks
This operation will erase all recorded tracks and
entered names (the disc name and/or track titles) in
the CD-RW disc.
PUSH TO ENTER
2 Press the MULTI JOG dial.
Pressing the YES button provides the same
operation.
"All Ers ??" appears.
MULTI JOG
PUSH TO ENTER
3 Press the MULTI JOG dial.
Pressing the YES button provides the same
operation.
MULTI JOG
Flashing
PUSH TO ENTER
Erasing begins. When completed, "Complete"
appears in the display and the CDR-201A will stop.
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Erasing recordings (CD-RW discs only)
■ Erasing the last track
1 Press the EDIT/NO button and turn the
MULTI JOG dial until "Last Erase?"
appears.
MULTI JOG
EDIT / NO
PUSH TO ENTER
2 Press the MULTI JOG dial.
Pressing the YES button provides the same
operation.
MULTI JOG
PUSH TO ENTER
"Last Ers ??" appears.
Operations
3 Press the MULTI JOG dial.
Pressing the YES button provides the same
operation.
MULTI JOG
Flashing
PUSH TO ENTER
Erasing begins. When completed, "Complete"
appears in the display and the CDR-201A will
stop.
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Erasing recordings (CD-RW discs only)
Erasing data on finalized CD-RWs
■ Unfinalizing the disc (TOC erase)
1 Press the FINALIZE button.
■ Erasing all tracks
1 Press the EDIT/NO button and turn the
FINALIZE
MULTI JOG dial until "All Erase?"
appears.
MULTI JOG
EDIT / NO
"Unfinalize?" appears.
2 Press the YES button.
PUSH TO ENTER
YES
2 Press the MULTI JOG dial.
Pressing the YES button provides the same
operation.
MULTI JOG
PUSH TO ENTER
"All Ers ??" appears.
3 Press the MULTI JOG dial.
Pressing the YES button provides the same
operation.
MULTI JOG
PUSH TO ENTER
Erasing begins. When completed, "Complete"
appears in the display followed by "Blank Disc."
The time remaining until the deletion is
completed appears (approx. 1 minute).
The display of the remaining time is only a guide
and the actual time until the process is
completed may be a little before or after.
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The unfinalization process starts. The time
remaining until the unfinalization is completed
appears (approx. 1 minute).
The display of the remaining time is only a guide
and the actual time until the process is
completed may be a little before or after.
After TOC is erased
“Complete” appears in the display and the
CDR-201A will stop.
Note:
If you unfinalize a disc that contains data for track
names, be sure to remove the disc only after
finalizing it again. Otherwise, the name data will not
be saved.
Erasing recordings (CD-RW discs only)
Erasing entire disc
1 Insert the CD-RW to be erased.
2 Press the EDIT/NO button and turn the
MULTI JOG dial until "Disc Erase?"
appears.
MULTI JOG
EDIT / NO
The display of the remaining time is only a guide
and the actual time until the process is
completed may be a little before or after.
When the deletion is completed, the tray opens
automatically.
Stopping an erase
Press the e button for approx. 5 seconds.
However, within 2 minutes from the start of the
erase, the erase cannot be stopped. Once the DISC
indicator begins flashing, the erase can be stopped.
The recording will not properly be erased, so be sure
to perform the erase again.
PUSH TO ENTER
3 Press the MULTI JOG dial.
Pressing the YES button provides the same
operation.
"Disc Ers ??" appears.
MULTI JOG
Operations
PUSH TO ENTER
4 Press the MULTI JOG dial.
Pressing the YES button provides the same
operation.
A display conforming the erase appears and
erasing begins.
The time remaining for the erase appears.
MULTI JOG
PUSH TO ENTER
This process requires an amount of time equal to
about one half of the total recording time of the
disc.
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Playing CDs
RC-448C
q MULTI JOG w
RC-466S
STANDBY/ ON
STANDBY/ ON
OPEN / CLOSE
ACOUSTIC
PRESENCE
CDR/PC
TAPE
CD/ DVD
MD
INPUT SELECTOR
RANDOM MEMORY REPEAT
AUDIO CD RECORDER
ABC
DEF
1
2
3
GHI
JKL
MNO
4
INPUT
FINALIZE
CD
DUBBING
d/
f
MULTI JOG
EDIT / NO YES
REC
5
PQRS
TUV
7
8
>10
10/0
NAME
q/
w
SCROLL
6
W XYZ
CLEAR
9
DISPLAY
ENTER
AM
q/
w
UP
TAPE REW
TAPE FF
MUTING
DOWN
SLEEP
CLOCK
TIMER
MODE
TAPE
REPEAT
CD/DVD
ENTER
d/
f
PUSH TO ENTER
STANDBY / ON
REC
d/f
STANDBY
s
CLEAR
MD
SCROLL
CDR
e
DISPLAY
CDR-201A
n
e
g
To stop playback
Preparation
To skip to specific track
• Turn on the CDR-201A (see page 20).
• Place the CD or recorded CD-R or CD-RW in the
CDR-201A (see page 20).
Normal playback
Press the n button.
Playback starts at track 1.
2
3
4
6
7
8
9
10/0
--/---
s
g
Press the e button.
CDR-201A
RC-448C
RC-466S
RC-448C
RC-466S
Turn the MULTI JOG dial to the left or right and
select the desired track. With the remote controller,
press the q or w button.
q: Press once to skip to the beginning of the
track currently being played. Press twice in
succession to skip to the beginning of the
previous track.
w: Press once to skip to the beginning of the next
track.
CDR-201A
CDR-201A
1
5
e
The CDR-201A is capable of four different styles of
playback.
• Normal playback
• Random playback
• Repeat playback
• Programmed playback
RC-448C
RC-466S
MULTI JOG
PUSH TO ENTER
To pause playback
Press the n button (or the remote controller g
button). To resume playback, press the n button
(or the remote controller s button).
CDR-201A
FM
VOLUME
RC-448C
RC-466S
To fast forward or rewind (search)
Press the d or f button.
d: Press for rewind.
f: Press for fast forward.
CDR-201A
RC-448C
RC-466S
To play a specific track
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Press the number of the desired track with the
numerical buttons on the remote controller to start
playback from that specific track (see page 46).
Playing CDs
RC-448C
RC-466S
STANDBY/ ON
STANDBY/ ON
OPEN / CLOSE
ACOUSTIC
PRESENCE
CDR/PC
TAPE
CD/ DVD
MD
INPUT SELECTOR
RANDOM
RANDOM MEMORY REPEAT
ABC
DEF
1
2
3
GHI
JKL
MNO
NAME
REPEAT
FM
UP
TAPE REW
4
PQRS
5
TUV
7
8
>10
10/0
REC
MUTING
CLEAR
DOWN
9
ENTER
REPEAT
s
Random playback
With playback stopped, press the
RANDOM button
With the RC-466S remote controller, repeatedly
press the MODE button to select the random mode.
When you press the s button, the random
playback mode plays all the tracks on the disc in
random order. The RANDOM indicator lights.
RANDOM
SLEEP
CLOCK
TIMER
MODE
TAPE
REPEAT
CD/DVD
CLEAR
MD
ENTER
MODE
CDR
SCROLL
s
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10/0
--/---
Repeat playback
Note:
This function is only for CDs and for CD-Rs and CDRWs that have been finalized.
RC-448C
TAPE FF
SCROLL
6
W XYZ
DISPLAY
AM
VOLUME
Press the REPEAT button as many times as
desired
Selecting "REPEAT" repeats all tracks.
Selecting "REPEAT 1" only repeats only the track
currently being played.
RC-448C
REPEAT
RC-466S
REPEAT
RC-466S
MODE
To stop repeat playback
To stop the random playback mode
With playback stopped, press the RANDOM button.
Notes:
• While in the random playback mode, the
numerical buttons do not operate.
• The EDIT/NO button will not work when the
RANDOM indicator lights.
• During random playback, the remaining time of
total time of the disc is not displayed.
Memo:
• You can press the REPEAT button during
random playback to repeatedly playback all
tracks in random order.
• You can press the REPEAT button during
programmed playback to repeatedly playback
the track currently being played or the track
programmed.
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Operations
Repeatedly press the REPEAT button until "REPEAT"
is no longer displayed.
Playing CDs
RC-448C
Numeric
buttons
RC-466S
STANDBY/ ON
STANDBY/ ON
OPEN / CLOSE
ACOUSTIC
PRESENCE
CDR/PC
TAPE
CD/ DVD
MD
INPUT SELECTOR
RANDOM MEMORY REPEAT
ABC
DEF
1
2
3
GHI
JKL
MNO
NAME
MEMORY
FM
UP
TAPE REW
4
PQRS
5
TUV
7
8
>10
10/0
TAPE FF
SCROLL
6
W XYZ
MUTING
CLEAR
9
DISPLAY
AM
VOLUME
ENTER
CLEAR
REC
DOWN
SLEEP
s
CLOCK
TIMER
MODE
TAPE
REPEAT
CD/DVD
CLEAR
MD
MODE
CLEAR
s
CDR
SCROLL
1
ENTER
2
3
4
8
5
6
7
9
10/0
--/---
Numeric
buttons
To verify the programmed track numbers
Programmed playback
Programmed playback allows you to select only the
tracks that you want to play and in which order that
you them to be played. Up to 32 tracks can be
programmed at one time. This function is only for
CDs and for CD-Rs and CD-RWs that have been
finalized.
1 With playback stopped, press the
MEMORY button.
Press the d/f button.
Memo:
You can also turn the MULTI JOG dial to select
tracks and press the dial to enter them.
3 Press the s button.
Playback starts to the order programmed.
RC-448C
RC-466S
With the RC-466S remote controller, repeatedly
press the MODE button to select the programmed
mode. The MEMORY indicator lights.
RC-448C
MEMORY
RC-466S
MODE
To stop programmed playback
Press the e button.
To stop the programmed playback mode
2 Press the numeric buttons for the
tracks that you want to hear in the
order that you want to hear them.
To select track numbers of 11 or greater
(up to 99)
RC-448C: Press the [>10] button, then the
numeric button corresponding to the 10’s digit
for the track number, and then the numeric
button corresponding to the 1’s digit.
Example: Track number 35: [>10] + [3] + [5]
RC-466S: Press the [--/---] button and then press
the numeric button corresponding to the 10's
digit for the track number, and then the numeric
button corresponding to the 1's digit.
Example: Track number 35: [--/---] + [3] + [5]
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With playback stopped, press the MEMORY button.
To clear the programmed tracks
With playback stopped, press the CLEAR button. Each
time a button is pressed, the last track is cleared.
Note:
The numeric buttons are disabled during programmed
playback.
Further, the EDIT/NO button will not work when the
MEMORY indicator lights.
Total time of the programmed tracks
Total time of the programmed tracks is displayed as
"--m--s" when it exceeds 100 minutes.
Timer playback (component system operation)
When connected to the R-801A component,
playback using the timer is possible. For more
information on how to set the timer, refer to the
instruction manual with the R-801A.
1 Insert a disc for playback.
2 Set the timer for the R-801A.
Other Information
Display messages
Explanation
Pages
Open
Disc tray is opening.
−
Welcome
Disc tray is closing.
−
Rec Setup
Setting initial settings for recording. Please wait.
23
TOC Reading
Reading the table of contents recorded on the disc. Please wait.
−
PMA Writing
Recording TOC data to the disc PMA (Program Memory Area).
Never turn off the power while this message is displayed.
18
Wait
Writing or reading of data for track names is taking place during the finalization of
a disc or during the restoring of a disc to its pre-finalization state.
39, 42
Erasing
Erasing all tracks or the last track. Wait until the process is completed.
40, 41
No Track
The tracks are not entered, but the disc name is.
−
If during operation a malfunction occurs or an improper operation is performed, the corresponding message
will appear. For a description of these messages, refer to the explanations on the following pages.
Operations
Message
Other Information
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Troubleshooting guide
If the CDR-201A begins to operate improperly, use the troubleshooting guide below to help you ascertain the problem.
Because the unit contains a microcomputer to provide advanced functions, it may malfunction due to external
noise or static electricity. If this happens, disconnect the power cord and then plug it in again after about 5 seconds.
If it still does not operate properly, press and hold the STANDBY/ON button until the standby indicator and
display turn off (approx. 5 seconds).
About the self-diagnosis function
The CDR-201A is equipped with a self-diagnosis function. If a malfunction is detected during operation, one
of the messages given below will appear in the front display.
Display
Cause
Remedy
Disc Error
• Playback was likely stopped due to dirt,
dust, scratches, or vibrations.
• The disc has been placed in
upside down.
• Eject the disc and check for dirt, dust,
and scratches.
• Eject the disc and check that it is placed
in correctly.
If you place the disc correctly and the same
message appears, unplug the power cord and
plug it back in again. If the same message
appears again, contact an Onkyo service
representative.
System Err.
(flashing)
A malfunction has occurred in the system
due to excessive noise or static electricity.
Unplug the power cord and plug it back in again.
If the same message appears again, contact an
Onkyo service representative.
Mecha Error
Mechanical malfunction has occurred.
Remove the disc and check it for damage. If the disc
cannot be removed, disconnect the power cord and
then reconnect it. If the same message appears,
contact an Onkyo Service Station.
Rec Error
Malfunction occurred during recording.
Eject the disc and check for dirt, dust, and scratches.
OPC Error
Malfunction occurred during the OPC (*1) process.
Eject the disc and check for dirt, dust, and scratches.
If there is a problem with the disc, replace it with one
suitable for recording.
Messages during recording
Display
Cause
Remedy
Cannot Copy
The input digital signal contains
a copy guard signal (SCMS).
Record an analog signal or recordable
music signal (see page 26).
D. In Unlock
• The digital input is blocked.
• Verify that the player component is
properly playing and the digital cable is
properly connected (see page 17).
• Verify that source signal is a normal
music signal (see page 18).
• Data has been input in the
CD-ROM, etc.
Rec Setup
The CDR-201A is entering the
recording standby state.
Wait until the message disappears.
Disc Full
Either the disc is full of recordings or
99 tracks have been recorded and no
more recordings can be made on the disc.
Use a new disc.
Pro Disc
A CD-R or a CD-RW not for music recording use
(without the "FOR CONSUMER" marking)
or a CD-RW has been inserted.
Eject the disc and check whether it meets the
specifications for use with the CDR-201A. Always
insert a disc that has the markings "FOR CONSUMER"
or "FOR MUSIC USE ONLY" on its surface
(see page 13).
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Troubleshooting guide
Messages during recording (continued)
Display
Cause
Remedy
CD Dub Fail
CD dubbing cannot be performed because
"Digital In 1" is not selected for the input source.
Select "Digital In 1" for the input source.
CD dubbing cannot be performed because
the connected component (Onkyo separate
collection's cassette deck or MD recorder)
is in the recording or recording standby state.
Cancel the recording or recording standby state on
the connected component.
CD dubbing cannot be performed because
the components are not properly connected.
Make sure that proper connections is made for
the z cable, audio connection cables, and optical
digital cable.
Recording cannot be performed because
a finalized CD-R is used.
Replace it with a non-finalized CD-R.
Recording cannot be performed because
a finalized CD-RW is used.
Replace it with a non-finalized CD-RW. Or, retry
recording after unfinalizing it.
Cannot Rec
Messages during playback, name input, and other situations
Display
Cause
Remedy
Blank Disc
You have tried to play a disc that has
no recordings on it.
If the inserted disc is a CD-R or CD-RW
with no recordings, you may record onto it,
but it cannot be played.
No Disc
No disc has been inserted.
Open the disc tray and make sure that a
disc is inserted.
Name Full
Entering name information exceeding the
limitation of 1000 characters per disc was
attempted.
You can enter up to 1000 characters per disc
(see page 34).
Full
Entering a name exceeding the limitation of
24 characters per name was attempted.
You can enter up to 24 characters per name
(see page 34).
Memory Full
Programming more than 32 tracks was
attempted.
You can program up to 32 tracks.
Cannot Edit
• Editing of a CD or finalized CD-R was attempted.
• Editing of a finalized CD-RW was attempted while
in the memory or random playback mode.
• Editing of the name of a finalized CD-RW was
attempted using the remote controller.
• Exit the memory or random playback mode.
• To edit the disc name, first unfinalize the disc.
Unfinalizing a disc recorded with the DAO
method (*2) using a computer was attempted.
Unfinalization cannot be performed using the CDR201A.
Not Audio
A signal that cannot be recorded is being input.
Input only recordable audio signals (see page 18).
Data Disc
One or more data tracks exist on the disc.
Insert a disc that is suitable for recording.
PCA Full
Since no PCA (*3) remains, no more tracks can
be added.
Insert a disc that is suitable for recording.
PMA Full
Since no PMA remains, no more tracks can be
added.
Insert a disc that is suitable for recording.
*1 OPC (Optimum Power Control)/*3 PCA (Power Calibration Area)
If an unfinalized disc is inserted into the CDR-201A, experimental recording is performed in a specified area
on the disc to calculate the optimum laser power. This process is called OPC and the area for the
experimental recording is called the PCA.
*2 DAO (Disc At Once)
One type of recording method. Additional tracks cannot be added when this method is used.
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Other Information
DAO Disc
Troubleshooting guide
Trouble
Cause
The power does The power cord is not properly
not turn on
plugged in.
Remedy
Plug the power cord properly into a mains
power supply.
The component where the power cord is
plugged into is not turned on.
Turn on the component into which the
power cord is plugged.
No sound is
output from
the speakers
The speakers are not properly
connected.
Connect the speakers following the
procedure given in "Connecting the
CDR-201A"on page 16.
Cannot record
The components are not properly
connected.
Connect the components following the
procedure given in "Connecting the
CDR-201A"on page 16.
A finalized CD-R or CD-RW is being
used.
Use an unfinalized disc.
The input switch is not properly set.
Switch to a properly connected input
source (see pages 23, 25, 26, 27, 29).
The recording level adjustment is
set too low.
Adjust the recording level to a proper level
(see page 24).
The components are not properly
connected.
Connect the components following the
procedure given in "Connecting the
CDR-201A"on page 16.
Recording is being affected by
the television.
Either turn off the television or move the
CDR-201A away from the television.
Recorded
sound is
distorted
Remote
controller
does not work
A recorded
CD-R cannot
be played in
normal CD
players
The disc is damaged or cracked.
Use another disc.
The recording level adjustment is
set too high.
Adjust the recording level to a proper level
(see page 24).
The disc is too dirty.
Clean the disc.
The remote controller batteries
are dead.
Replace all the remote controller batteries
with new batteries (see page 9).
There is an object between the
CDR-201A and the remote controller
obstructing the signals.
Remove the obstructing object (see pages 8, 9).
The remote controller is being used
outside of its operational range.
Use the remote controller within its
operational range (see pages 8, 9).
The disc was not finalized
after recording.
(The CD-R indicator lights when
the disc is played with the
CDR-201A)
Perform the finalization process
(see page 39).
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Rules concerning digital recording
Guide to the serial copy
management system
You cannot use digital recording to create a secondgeneration copy, a copy of a copy created through
digital recording, with a CD-R or CD-RW. This is
because the unit conforms to the Serial Copy
Management System and permits only one
generation of digital-to-digital copying (the
recording of the original digital signals as they are).
The Serial Copy Management System is based on the
following three rules.
Principle 1
Digital-to-digital copying can be used to create a
copy of a CompactDisc (CD), Digital Audio Tape
(DAT), MiniDisk (MD), etc. with a CD-R or CD-RW.
However, digital-to-digital copying is not allowed to
create a copy of a CD-R or CD-RW that has been
created through digital-to-digital copying.
Principle 2
Digital-to-digital copying can be used to create a
copy of a CD-R or CD-RW that contains the songs
from analog records, FM radio programs, etc. you
recorded using the unit. However, digital-to-digital
copying is not allowed to create a copy of a CD-R or
CD-RW that has been created through digital-todigital copying. When two CD recorders are
connected via the analog input and output
terminals, however, recording can be performed
beyond this restriction.
Principle 3
With a DAT deck or a CD recorder that supports the
sampling frequencies of 32 kHz and 48 kHz, digitalto-digital copying can be used to record the digital
sound from satellite broadcast. (This CD recorder
supports these sampling frequencies.) In this case,
digital-to-digital copying is allowed to create a
second-generation copy. However, with some BS
tuners, second-generation copy may not be
produced.
* When CD recorders are connected using analog
terminals, the number of dubbings is not
limited.
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Specifications
System
Compact disc recorder
Recording/playing time
Max. 80 min (Approx., when using an 80-min disc)
D/A converter
Advanced Multi bit
Digital filter
8 times oversampling
Connections
1 analog output, 1 analog input
2 digital input (optical), 1 digital output (optical)
Frequency response
10 Hz to 20 kHz
Playback total harmonic distortion
0.012 % (1 kHz)
Playback dynamic range
85 dB
Playback signal-to-noise ratio
98 dB
Recording total harmonic distortion
0.015 % (1 kHz)
Recording dynamic range
85 dB
Recording signal-to-noise ratio
82 dB
Channel separation
75 dB (during playback)
Wow and flutter
Below threshold of measurability
Output level
2.0 V r.m.s. (analog)
Power supply
AC230-240 V, 50 Hz
External dimensions
155 (W) x 94 (H) x 307 (D) mm
Weight
2.8 kg
Specifications and features are subject to change without notice.
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