Silvercrest SKD 1000 A3 User manual

Digitalizador de casetes
con función de reproducción
* Caro Cliente, A versão Portuguesa do Manual do Utilizador e
Informação Relativa a Assistência deste produto encontra-se, em
formato PDF, no seguinte site da web: www.silvercrest.cc
Digitalizzatore di cassette
con funzione di riproduzione
Digitalizador de casetes
ES
* Dear Customer, Please find the English version of the User Manual and
Service Information for this product in pdf format on the following webMT
site: www.silvercrest.cc
GB
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Manual del usuario e información
de servicio
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Digitalizzatore di cassette
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Istruzioni per l’uso e informationi
di servizio
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Manual do Utilizador e Informação
Relativa a Assistência
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* Cassette Digitiser
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User manual and service information
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Lange Wende 41
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www.silvercrest.cc
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Cassette Digitizer SilverCrest SKD 1000 A1
Important Safety Instructions
Before you use this device for the first time, please read the following notes in this
manual and heed all warnings, even if you are familiar with handling electronic
devices. Keep this manual safe for future reference. If you sell the device or pass it
on, it is essential that you also hand over this manual.
This icon denotes important information for safe operation of the
product and for the user’s safety.
This icon denotes further information on the topic.
Risks associated with excessive volume levels
Exercise caution when using the earphones SilverCrest PS-08.
Listening at a high volume can damage your hearing.
In accordance with safety regulations the maximum permitted noise level is 100
dB(A). The device fully complies with these legal requirements.
Do not use the earphones at high volume levels, otherwise you will damage your
hearing and possibly disturb other people. Although the device is designed to
enable you to perceive external noise, never adjust the volume to such a high level
that you are not capable of hearing what is happening around you.
Under dangerous circumstances (for example when driving a vehicle or when
working with machines) the sound may distract your attention or prevent you from
being aware of what is happening around you. You should not use the device in
these situations.
Operating Environment
The device is not designed for use in environments with high temperatures or
humidity (e.g. bathrooms), and must be kept free of dust. Operating temperature
and operating humidity: 5°C to 35°, max. 85 % RH.
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Always make sure that:
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there is free circulation of air (do not place the device on shelves, on a carpet,
on a bed, or anywhere that obstructs the ventilation, and ensure at least 10 cm
clearance on all sides);
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no direct heat sources (e.g. radiators) can affect the device;
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no direct sunlight or bright artificial light reaches the device;
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contact with sprayed and dripping water and abrasive liquids must be avoided
and the device should never be operated near water. It must especially never
be immersed (do not place any items containing liquids such as beverages,
vases, etc. onto or next to the device);
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the device is never placed in the immediate vicinity of magnetic fields (e.g.
loudspeakers);
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no foreign bodies enter the device;
•
the device is not subject to any great temperature changes as this may cause
moisture through condensation and short-circuits;
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the device is not subjected to excessive shocks and vibrations.
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Candles and any other open flames must be kept away from this
product at any times in order to avoid the risk of fire.
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Batteries
Insert the batteries with the correct polarity. Refer to the polarity markings beside
the battery compartment. Do not try to recharge the batteries and do not throw
batteries into the fire. Do not mix battery types (old and new or carbon and alkaline,
etc.). Remove the batteries when the device is not to be used for a long time.
Improper use may cause explosions and danger to life.
Children
Electrical appliances do not belong in the hands of children! Do not allow children
to use electrical devices when not under supervision. Children may not understand
that they can be dangerous. Small parts can represent choking hazards. Keep the
packaging away from children too as there is danger of suffocation.
Batteries / rechargeable batteries can represent choking hazards. Keep batteries
out of reach of children. If a battery is swallowed, seek medical help immediately.
Intended Use
This is a consumer electronics device. It is designed for playing and digitizing audio
cassettes. It may only be used for private use, not industrial or commercial
purposes. Furthermore, the device may not be used in tropical climates. Only
cables and external devices that comply with safety standards and the
electromagnetic compatibility and shielding quality of this device may be used.
Failure to comply with this requirement can result in interference (e.g. mains hum
when using an optional mains adapter).
This device fulfils all conformity-relevant norms and standards. Any modifications
to the device may result in these directives no longer being met. Only use the
accessories recommended by the manufacturer. If you are not using the device
within the Republic of Germany, you must observe the regulations and laws in the
country of use.
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Repair and Maintenance
Repairs are required when this device has been damaged in any way, for example
when the device housing is damaged, when liquids or objects have entered the
device or when the product has been exposed to rain or moisture. Repairs are also
necessary when the product does not perform normally or if it has been dropped. If
smoke, unusual noises or smells are noticed, switch off the device immediately. In
these cases the device should no longer be used and should be inspected by
authorized service personnel. Please contact qualified personnel when servicing is
needed. Never open the housing of the device. Only use a clean, dry cloth for
cleaning. Never use any corrosive liquids. Do not attempt to open the housing of
the device, otherwise you will void your warranty.
Conformity Notice
This device complies with the basic and other relevant requirements of
the EMC Directive 2004/108/EC. Further information on the conformity
of this device can be found at www.silvercrest.cc. The declaration of
conformity can also be found at the end of this user manual.
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Disposal of Old Devices
If the product is labelled with a struck-out waste bin, it is subject to
European Directive 2002/96/EC. All electrical and electronic devices
must be disposed of separately from household waste at official
disposal centres. With proper disposal of old devices you avoid
damage to the environment and your personal health. For further
information about proper disposal, contact your local government,
disposal bodies or the shop where you bought the device.
Disposal of Batteries
Old batteries do not belong in the domestic waste! They must be
handed in to a collection point for waste batteries.
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Table of Contents
Important Safety Instructions.....................................................................................1
Risks associated with excessive volume levels.....................................................1
Operating Environment..........................................................................................1
Batteries.................................................................................................................3
Children..................................................................................................................3
Intended Use..........................................................................................................3
Repair and Maintenance........................................................................................4
Conformity Notice...................................................................................................4
Disposal of Old Devices.........................................................................................5
Disposal of Batteries...........................................................................................5
Table of Contents.......................................................................................................6
Introduction................................................................................................................8
Package Contents......................................................................................................8
Getting Started...........................................................................................................9
Connectors and Controls........................................................................................9
Left Panel............................................................................................................9
Right Panel.........................................................................................................9
Top......................................................................................................................9
Front..................................................................................................................10
Interior view of the cassette compartment........................................................10
Installing the Conversion Software.......................................................................10
System Requirements......................................................................................10
Installing AudioLava..........................................................................................11
Preparing the Cassette Digitizer..........................................................................11
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Inserting the Batteries.......................................................................................11
Playing Cassettes....................................................................................................13
Connecting the earphones...................................................................................13
Playing audio cassettes........................................................................................13
Inserting an audio cassette...............................................................................13
Playing the cassette..........................................................................................14
Removing the audio cassette...........................................................................14
Copying Audio Cassettes to a PC...........................................................................15
Connecting the device to your PC........................................................................15
Copying the cassette content to the PC...............................................................16
Editing the digitized content.................................................................................19
Appendix..................................................................................................................24
Technical Specifications.......................................................................................24
Troubleshooting....................................................................................................25
The cassette digitizer can’t be switched on......................................................25
No sound...........................................................................................................25
Problems when copying cassette content to a computer.................................25
Cleaning...............................................................................................................26
Warranty Information............................................................................................27
EC Declaration of Conformity...............................................................................28
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Introduction
Thank you for choosing a SilverCrest product. With this cassette digitizer you can
not only play your audio cassettes when moving or travelling; you can also convert
them to a modern, digital multimedia format and even store the digital audio data
on a CD or a USB memory stick.
Package Contents
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SilverCrest Cassette
Digitizer SKD 1000 A1
SilverCrest
earphones PS-08
USB cable, length 70 cm
2 AA-sized brand-name
batteries, 1.5 V
CD with the AudioLava
conversion software (not
shown)
User manual with service
information (not shown)
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Getting Started
Connectors and Controls
This User Manual has a fold-out cover. Please fold out the title page and read the
following descriptions. This will enable you to always have the diagram visible,
permitting a better understanding of the location of the different buttons and
sockets.
Left Panel
1
Socket for an optional mains adapter
Right Panel
2
Volume control: Turn the volume control knob to increase or lower the
volume.
3
USB port: The USB port is used to connect the USB cable to allow
connection of the device to a PC and copying of audio cassettes. We
recommend that you use a USB 2.0 port on your PC.
4
Earphone socket: For connecting the supplied earphones.
5
Release button for the cassette compartment cover. To open the cassette
compartment, slide this button in the direction of the arrow.
Top
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DIR button: Press this button during playback or when playback has been
stopped to switch between playback of side A and side B of the cassette.
 /  button: Sliding this button to the  position ensures that the
playback stops when the end of the current side of the cassette is reached.
If you wish to continue the playback with the other side of the cassette when
the end of the current side is reached (continuous playback), slide this
button to the  position.
FF button: This is the Fast Forward button for advancing the cassette tape.
To stop the Fast Forward function, press the STOP button (11).
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The STOP button (11) is also used to stop the Fast Forward function when
the end of the tape is reached.
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REW button: Press this button to rewind the cassette tape. To stop the
Rewind function, press the STOP button (11).
The STOP button (11) is also used to stop the Rewind function when the
start of the tape is reached.
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PLAY button: Press this button to start playback of the cassette.
11
STOP button: Press this button to stop playback and to stop the Fast
Forward or the Rewind function.
Front
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Cassette compartment cover
Interior view of the cassette compartment
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Battery compartment
Installing the Conversion Software
System Requirements
With the supplied AudioLava conversion software you can digitize your analog
recordings and at the same time filter out hissing, sound imperfections, crackling
and other background noise, and add Hall effects etc. Before installing the
software, make sure that your computer fulfils the following minimum requirements:
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Pentium or compatible processor, 800 MHz or higher
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Minimum of 256 MB RAM
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Graphics board with a colour depth of at least 16 bits
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A Windows-compatible sound board
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Operating system: Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP or Windows 2000
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DirectX 8.0 or higher.
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Installing AudioLava
The software is provided on the supplied CD.
1. Insert the supplied CD into the CD or DVD drive of your computer. The
software should install and launch automatically; if it doesn’t, double-click on
the “CD_Start.exe” file in the main folder on the CD.
2. Then follow the on-screen instructions to install the software. If you are then
asked whether the computer should be restarted, click on Yes.
Preparing the Cassette Digitizer
You can operate the device using the supplied AA-sized (Mignon) batteries, via the
USB cable connected to a PC, or by using an optional mains adapter (not
supplied). The mains adapter must have a compatible DC output plug and must
supply an operating voltage of 3V. Mains adapter output polarity:
Inserting the Batteries
The battery compartment (13) is located underneath the cassette compartment
cover (12).
1. Slide the black release button (5) in the direction indicated by the arrow to
release the cassette compartment cover, and then raise the cover.
2. Insert your fingernail into the recess above the cover of the battery
compartment (13) and open the cover. Remove the cover and put it to one
side.
3. Insert the supplied AA batteries into the unit with the correct polarity (+ and -).
Push the first battery as far as you can to the left so that it is no longer visible,
and then insert the second battery (see the diagram to the left of the battery
compartment).
4. Replace the cover on the battery compartment. First position its lower edge on
the two lugs at the bottom left and right of the battery compartment, and then
carefully press down the top edge of the cover with your finger until it clicks into
place.
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If the volume level drops, or if the device stops operating or the
playback becomes distorted, replace the batteries with new batteries
of the same type. The device does not provide an indication that the
batteries are weak.
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Playing Cassettes
You can use your SilverCrest SKD 1000 A1 just like a normal, portable cassette
player for listening to audio cassettes. Thanks to its compact and lightweight
construction and the independent power supply via batteries, it’s a mobile device
that can be used when travelling, jogging etc. To be able to directly listen to audio
cassettes, you first need to connect the earphones.
Connecting the earphones
When using the earphones, please heed the warnings in the Safety Instructions on
page 1.
To listen to music, you can connect the supplied SilverCrest PS-08 earphones.
Caution when using the supplied earphones. Listening at a high
volume can damage your hearing.
1. Insert the earphones jack into the earphones socket (4).
Only use the earphones supplied with your device (SilverCrest PS08). Other types of earphones can produce harmful sound pressure
levels.
Playing audio cassettes
Inserting an audio cassette
1. Open the cassette compartment cover by sliding the release button (5) in the
direction of the arrow.
2. Insert an audio cassette into the cassette compartment. Insert the side at
which the tape is visible first. Make sure that the two pins at the top of the
cassette compartment slot into the corresponding holes of the cassette.
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Before inserting the cassette, you should make sure that the tape is
slightly tensioned. This is to avoid the tape becoming chewed. Hold
the cassette in front of you with one hand, and using a finger of your
other hand, or a pencil, rotate the right-hand knurled wheel clockwise.
3. Close the cassette compartment by simply pressing down the cover until it
clicks into place.
Playing the cassette
• You can play, stop, fast forward or rewind the cassette using the PLAY (10),
STOP (11), FF (8) and REW (9) buttons. See the description of the buttons on
page 9.
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During the playback, you can adjust the volume by turning the volume knob (2)
clockwise or anticlockwise.
Removing the audio cassette
1. If the tape is still playing or if the Fast Forward or Rewind functions are
operating, press the STOP button (11) to stop it.
2. Open the cassette compartment cover by sliding the release button (5) in the
direction of the arrow.
3. Remove the audio cassette from the cassette compartment. First lift the side of
the cassette at which the tape is visible. Insert a fingernail into the upper edge
of the cassette and lift it slightly, so that you can then grip it at both sides and
completely remove it from the cassette compartment.
4. Close the cassette compartment by simply pressing down the cover until it
clicks into place.
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Copying Audio Cassettes to a PC
To be able to digitize and store your cassettes on a PC, you must first have
installed the supplied AudioLava software on your computer (see page 11,
Installing AudioLava).
Connecting the device to your PC
1. Connect your SilverCrest SKD 1000 A1 to a switched-on PC using the supplied
USB cable. Connect the end of the cable with the small USB connector to the
USB port (3) on the device, and the end with the large USB connector to a
USB 2.0 port on your PC.
2. Your SilverCrest SKD 1000 A1 should then be detected automatically by the
operating system and the necessary drivers should be installed automatically
(this step is only performed the first time you connect the SilverCrest SKD
1000 A1 to your PC).
When the cable has been connected and the PC is switched on,
power will be supplied to your SilverCrest SKD 1000 A1 by the
computer via the USB cable. You can leave the batteries in place or
the optional mains adapter connected.
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Copying the cassette content to the PC
This section provides basic information on digitizing an audio cassette on your PC.
The AudioLava software used to perform the digitizing offers a wide range of
functions which are not all described in this user manual. A detailed description of
the functions of AudioLava is available in the AudioLava online Help files.
1. Start the AudioLava program by clicking on the
AudioLava Cleaning Wizard is then displayed.
icon on the Desktop. The
2. In the Cleaning Wizard, click on "Record from tape deck" to start recording.
The recording window is then displayed.
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3. Insert the cassette that you wish to digitize and then press the PLAY button
(10) to start playing the tape. Adjust the volume using the Volume Control knob
(2) on the device as described in the "Input Level" option (see Step 4 below).
Use the FF button (8) or the REW button (9) to spool to the start of
the tape or to find the track that you wish to digitize.
If you wish, you can activate the "Listen to input (digital monitoring)"
option (described in the next step) to monitor the audio signal via the
PC speakers.
4. Click on the red "Record" button to start recording.
The following options are also available in the Recording window:
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Pause: Clicking on this button temporarily stops the recording. To continue
recording after a pause, simply click once again on “Record”.
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Delete: Clicking on this button deletes the current recording.
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Timer record: Click on this button to start timer-controlled recording. A
new dialog box is displayed in which you can define the start and end
times for recording:
You can have the recording to start immediately, when an input signal is
detected or have the recording to start at a specific date and time.
On the other hand, you can have the recording not to stop automatically, to
stop automatically after a specific time of silence (in this case you have to
set the silence threshold value) or after a recording time you set.
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Line in: This list contains the signal sources available on your computer.
To record digital audio data from your SilverCrest SKD 1000 A1, select
"Master Volume" (Windows VISTA/7) or "Microphone Array" (Windows
XP).
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Remove DC Offset: Some computer sound boards superimpose a DC
voltage on the audio signal. You can activate this option to remove the
resulting DC offset.
•
Emulate phono preamplifier: This option is provided for recording from
record players and should be left deactivated for your SilverCrest SKD
1000 A1.
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Listen to input (digital monitoring): Activating this option outputs the
Line In signal via the PC speakers. You should not, however, keep this
option activated for the entire duration of the recording, since this can
result in audio dropouts during recording on slow systems.
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Input Level: The level meters here show the levels of the input signal on
the left and right stereo channels. You can adjust the signal level using the
slide control to the right of the level indicators. Please make sure that the
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loudest passages never reach or exceed the maximum level of 0 dB,
otherwise your recording will become clipped (overmodulated). The
“Maximum input level” displayed at the bottom of this section of the display
shows the maximum level measured during the entire recording. The
“Reset” button allows you to delete the stored maximum level and repeat
the recording with a lower level.
If necessary, adjust the level using the Volume Control knob (2) on your
digitizer.
5. Once you have digitized the desired tracks or the entire content of the
cassette, click on the "Pause" button to end the recording on the PC, and
then press the STOP button (11) on the cassette digitizer to stop the
playback.
Editing the digitized content
1. Click on the “Next” button at the bottom of the window to open the
“Restoration” tab, where you can edit your recording.
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Graphical view of the recording: This view provides a graph of the
recording. If an extremely quiet passage lasting several seconds is
detected, the program splits the individual pieces of music separated by
this gap into so-called “tracks”. If the individual tracks detected by the
program don’t correspond with the music tracks on the cassette, you can
also manually edit the tracks generated by the program. This process is
explained in the AudioLava Help system.
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Track List: This list contains the tracks (i.e. pieces of music) detected by
the program. If the individual tracks detected by the program don’t
correspond with the music tracks on the cassette, you can also manually
edit the tracks generated by the program. This process is explained in the
AudioLava Help system.
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Transport bar: The transport bar is located directly below the graphical
view of the recording, and contains buttons for playing a marked section of
the recording (which you mark using the mouse in the graphical display),
for playing the entire recording, for enlarging or reducing the scale of the
graphical display, and for normalisation and interpolation. You can also use
the “Redetect tracks” option to manually repeat the automatic track
detection process.
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Declicker: The Declicker is used to remove loud clicks and pops. You can
individually configure this filter function by dragging the slide control with
the mouse.
•
Decrackler: The Decrackler is used to remove frequent short clicks, also
referred to as crackling. You can individually configure this filter function by
dragging the slide control with the mouse.
•
Declipper: The Declipper is used to correct recordings with digital or
analog clipping. You can individually configure this filter function by
dragging the slide control with the mouse.
•
Denoiser: For removing static noise (e.g. tape transport noise). You can
individually configure this filter function by dragging the slide control with
the mouse.
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Additional Effects: This option allows you to add additional effects and
tools for editing your recordings. Further information on this is available in
the AudioLava Help system.
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2. Once you have finished editing your recording, you can save it. Click on the
“Next” button at the bottom of the window to open the “Output” tab.
3. Here you can select whether you wish to burn your digitized tracks on an audio
CD or save them as digital audio files.
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Burn your tracks on an audio CD: This option allows you to burn your
recorded tracks on a audio CD which you can subsequently listen to on a
conventional CD player. To be able to burn your tracks to an audio CD, a
CD burner or DVD burner must be available on your computer; the burner
is selected in the next step.
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Save your tracks as audio files: This option allows you to save your
recorded tracks as digital audio files on your computer. You can specify
where you want the files to be saved (e.g. a new folder with the title of the
cassette or the album), and can assign a name for the album, select a
digital file format (e.g. mp3 or wav) and if required one of the options
available for that file format. Further information on this is available in the
AudioLava Help system.
4. Click again on “Next” to start the burn/save process.
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Appendix
Technical Specifications
Model name
SilverCrest SKD 1000 A1
Power supply
2 AA batteries, 1.5 V
(optionally via a mains adapter,
3 V , polarity
)
Via a USB 2.0 cable connection
(recommended) to the computer
(+5 V)
Maximum current consumption
170 mA
Dimensions
11.3 x 8.4 x 3.2 cm
Weight
170 g (without batteries)
Operating temperature
0 °C to 35 °C
Operating humidity
85 % rel. humidity
Earphones
PS-08
Impedance
32 Ohms
Broadband characteristics voltage
237 mV
Max. sound pressure level with supplied
earphones
84.9 dB(A)
Max. output voltage on earphones jack
83.5 mV
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Troubleshooting
You can solve most common problems yourself using the table below. If the
problem persists after checking the suggested solutions, please contact our
Service Hotline (see page 27). Do not attempt to repair the product yourself.
The cassette digitizer can’t be switched on
 Insert the batteries with the correct polarity.

Replace the batteries.

If you are using an optional mains adapter, connect the adapter firmly to the
DC input (1) of the device and to a properly-functioning power socket. Make
sure that the small round connector of the mains adapter has the correct
polarity (
) and that the mains adapter outputs 3 V DC.
No sound
 Are you sure the inserted cassette contains recordings?

Is the volume set to very low?
Problems when copying cassette content to a computer
 Please check that the USB cable is properly connected.

Make sure that the USB cable is not damaged.

Make sure that the correct recording console is configured in the AudioLava
software. Select "Options", then "Device Settings", and in "Recording Console"
select the "[MME] Microphone Array (USB PnP Audio)" option. Under Windows
XP this entry reads "MME (USB PnP Audio Device)".

If the input level does not rise above –50 dB in the AudioLava recording (see
the level meters in the "Import" tab), either the cassette is empty, or you have
forgotten to start playback on the SilverCrest SKD 1000 A1, or the volume has
been turned right down on the device. You may also have inadvertently turned
the volume down in Windows for the recording device. Click on "Start", "Control
Panel", "Hardware and Sound", "Manage Audio Devices", and in the “Sound”
window which is then displayed open the "Recording" tab. Select the
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"Microphone Array" device and then click on "Properties". In the “Microphone
Array Properties” window which is then displayed, open the "Levels" tab and if
necessary use the mouse to drag the slider control a little to the right.
Cleaning
To clean use a dry cloth. Never use any solvents or cleaners that may damage the
plastic housing. Make sure that no liquid gets into the housing. If the product is
very dirty, use a slightly moistened cloth.
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Warranty Information
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EC Declaration of Conformity
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Digitalizador de casetes
con función de reproducción
* Caro Cliente, A versão Portuguesa do Manual do Utilizador e
Informação Relativa a Assistência deste produto encontra-se, em
formato PDF, no seguinte site da web: www.silvercrest.cc
Digitalizzatore di cassette
con funzione di riproduzione
Digitalizador de casetes
ES
* Dear Customer, Please find the English version of the User Manual and
Service Information for this product in pdf format on the following webMT
site: www.silvercrest.cc
GB
con función de reproducción
Manual del usuario e información
de servicio
IT
MT
Digitalizzatore di cassette
con funzione di riproduzione
Istruzioni per l’uso e informationi
di servizio
* Digitalizador de cassetes
com função de reprodução
Manual do Utilizador e Informação
Relativa a Assistência
GB
* Cassette Digitiser
MT
User manual and service information
1617137
TARGA GmbH
Lange Wende 41
D-59494 Soest
www.silvercrest.cc
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with playback function
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SKD 1000 A1