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MB2190
User’s Guide
Micro Cassette Recorder
Before operating this product,
please read these instructions completely.
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LOCATION OF CONTROLS
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1. MIC (Microphone) Jack
2. VOLUME/VOX Mic
Sensitivity Control
3. Microcassette
Compartment
4. Tape Counter Reset Button
5. Tape Counter
6. REC/BATT Indicator
7. Speaker
8. PHONES (Headphones)
Jack
9. VOX (Voice Activation)
ON/OFF Switch
10. Built-in Microphone
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18.
PAUSE (ON/OFF) Switch
Record Button
Play Button
REW (REV)/F.F (CUE)
Switch Button
Stop/Eject Button
Hand Strap Hole/Hand
Strap*
CUE MARKER Button
TAPE SPEED (2.4/1.2)
Switch
19. DC 3V Jack - +
20. Battery Compartment (Rear
of Unit)
* NOTE: The hand strap is attached and cannot be removed
from the unit.
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POWER SOURCES
BATTERY INSTALLATION
Open the battery compartment and insert two (2) "AAA" size
batteries (not included) following the polarity diagram. Put the
battery compartment cover back into place.
NOTE: The REC/BATT indicator will brightly light during
recording when batteries are fresh. When they are weak, the
indicator will appear dim.
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BATTERY PRECAUTIONS
Follow these precautions when using batteries in this device:
1. Use only the size and type of batteries specified.
2. Be sure to follow the correct polarity when installing the batteries as indicated in the
battery compartment. Reversed batteries may cause damage to the device.
3. Do not mix different types of batteries together (e.g. Alkaline and Carbon-zinc) or
old batteries with fresh ones.
4. If the device is not to be used for a long period of time, remove the batteries to prevent
damage or injury from possible battery leakage.
5. Do not try to recharge batteries not intended to be recharged; they can overheat and
rupture. (Follow battery manufacturer’s directions.)
DC JACK
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+
To use this unit with an external AC adapter (not included)
having 3V and a positive center pin, insert the AC adapter’s plug
into the DC 3V jack on the unit. The batteries will be
disconnected when the AC adapter is connected.
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OPERATION
TO PLAY A PRERECORDED MICROCASSETTE TAPE
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Press the Stop/Eject button and
insert a microcassette tape with
the side to be played facing you.
Close the Cassette Compartment.
Slide the TAPE SPEED switch to
the tape speed used when
recorded.
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1
Press the Play button ❶ to start
playback and adjust the
VOLUME/VOX Mic Sensitivity
control ❷ as desired.
To stop the tape before it reaches
the end, press the Stop/Eject
button.
EARPHONE JACK
For private listening, connect an earphone (not included) to this jack.
The speaker is automatically disconnected when the earphone plug is
inserted in the jack.
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OPERATION (CONTINUED)
TO FAST REWIND/REVIEW A MICROCASSETTE TAPE
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2
To rapidly rewind a microcassette
tape in the Stop mode, slide the
REW (REV)/F.F (CUE) switch ❶
to the REW (REV) position. Press
the Stop/Eject button ❷ when you
reached the desired position.
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To rapidly review a microcassette
tape, press the Play button ❶ and
then slide and hold the REW
(REV)/F.F (CUE) switch ❷ to the
REW (REV) position. You will
then hear the microcassette play
at fast speed. Release the switch
to resume normal playback.
TO FAST FORWARD/CUE A MICROCASSETTE TAPE
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2
To rapidly forward a microcassette tape in the Stop mode,
slide the REW (REV)/F.F (CUE)
switch ❶ to the F.F (CUE)
position. Press the Stop/Eject
button ❷ when you reached the
desired position.
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To rapidly cue a microcassette
tape, press the Play button ❶ and
then slide and hold the REW
(REV)/F.F (CUE) switch ❷ to the
F.F (CUE) position. You will then
hear the microcassette play at fast
speed. Release the switch to
resume normal playback.
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OPERATION (CONTINUED)
TO PAUSE A CASSETTE TAPE
This unit can pause the microcassette while Recording, Playback,
Rewind or Fast Forward
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2
To pause Recording, Playback,
Rewind or Fast Forward, slide the
PAUSE switch to the ON position.
To resume, slide back to the OFF
position.
TAPE COUNTER
The tape counter is helpful in locating particular portions of the tape.
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2
The tape counter will count up or
down when playing, recording,
fast forwarding or rewinding a
microcassette tape.
To reset the counter, press the
Tape Counter Reset button; the
counter will reset to “000”
TAPE SPEED SWITCH
Set the one of the following positions:
2.4: NORMAL SPEED: Compatible with most single-speed microcassette
recorders. This setting has the best sound quality.
1.2: LONGER RECORDING: This will allow double recording time, but the
sound quality will not be as good as when in the normal speed mode.
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OPERATION (CONTINUED)
NORMAL RECORDING
This unit is capable of recording only when sound is heard. To use this
feature, see the next page. For normal recording, follow the steps below.
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Press the Stop/Eject button and
insert a microcassette tape with
the side to be played facing you
and the Erase Prevention Tab
intact (see note below). Close the
Cassette Compartment.
Slide the TAPE SPEED switch to
the desired tape speed.
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4
1
2
For constant recording, slide the
VOX ON/OFF switch ❶ to the
OFF position and press the
Record button ❷ (the Play button
will automatically depress) and
the REC/BATT indicator will light.
Speak into the built-in microphone
or insert a microphone into the
MIC jack and speak into it in a
normal tone of voice.
IMPORTANT NOTE: If you cannot press the Record button,
then there is either no tape inserted, or the erase prevention tab
has been removed. See page 9 for details.
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OPERATION (CONTINUED)
VOICE ACTIVATED (VOX) RECORDING
Voice activated recording will allow dictation only when you
speak. When the unit detects a pause of a few seconds, it will
temporarily stop recording until it detects sound again.
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2
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2
Press the Stop/Eject button and
insert a microcassette tape with
the side to be played facing you.
Close the Cassette Compartment.
For Voice Activated Recording,
slide the VOX ON/OFF switch ❶
to the ON position and press the
Record button ❷ (the Play button
will automatically depress).
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NOTES:
• The first few sounds activate
the recorder and may not be
recorded.
• A variation in voice level during
recording will not stop the unit;
two seconds of silence is
required to stop the recording.
• For constant recording, see
previous page.
• When recording, the VOLUME/
VOX Mic Sensitivity control
adjusts the microphone
sensitivity. At 10, a soft sound
will activate the recorder. At 0,
a louder sound is required.
Speak into the built-in microphone or insert a microphone into
the MIC jack and speak into it in a
normal tone of voice. Adjust the
VOLUME/VOX Mic Sensitivity
control until your voice activates
the recorder (REC/BATT indicator
will light).
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OPERATION (CONTINUED)
CUE MARKER
The cue marker will allow you to record a tone on the
microcassette for easy locating after you record.
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2
While recording, press and hold
the CUE MARKER button for
three seconds; a tone will then be
recorded on the microcassette at
that point.
When playing the message back,
the cue marker tone will NOT be
heard at the point it was
recorded.
Slide and hold the REW
(REV)/F.F (CUE) switch to either
the REW (REV) or the F.F (CUE)
position during playing the
message back; the unit will play
back the recording at fast speed.
You will be able to hear the Cue
Marker humming sound when
listening at fast speed.
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CARE AND MAINTENANCE
SAFEGUARD AGAINST ACCIDENTAL ERASURE
When a new recording is
made, any program material
previously recorded is
automatically erased and only
the new recording remains.
To safeguard valuable
recordings from being erased
accidentally, the cassette and
the deck are equipped with a
special device.
On the cassette there is an
erase prevention tab on each side. To prevent accidental erasing, break
out these tabs with a screwdriver. If only one side of the tape is to be
protected, break out the tab on the left side with the side desired facing
you.
To record on a tape in which the tab has been broken, place a piece of
adhesive tape over that area.
NOTE: When a tab is broken out, the record button cannot be depressed.
CASSETTE TAPE RECOMMENDATIONS
Standard tape lengths have 15 (C-30), 30 (C-60) and 45 (C-90) minutes
of recording time on each side. Longer length tapes of 60 (C-120)
minutes of recording time on each side are not recommended. Use only
high quality tapes. If a problem develops, check the unit first with
another cassette to determine if the problem is with the cassette, and
not with the unit.
If there is any slack in the tape in the cassette,
it should be removed before inserting the
cassette. Place a pencil in one of the hubs
and rotate toward the outside of the cassette
until all slack is taken up.
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CARE AND MAINTENANCE (CONTINUED)
CLEANING
Clean the tape head, capstan and pinch roller using a cotton
swab slightly moistened with alcohol. Avoid scratching the head
surface. To clean the unit housing, use a soft cloth slightly
dampened with water and wipe dry.
CAUTION: Never use chemicals such as benzene or paint
thinner for cleaning, otherwise the case may be deformed or
discolored.
Traffic Safety
• Do not use while operating a motorized vehicle. It may create
a traffic hazard and is illegal in many areas.
• Even if your earphone is an open air type designed to let you
hear outside sounds, do not turn the volume up so high that
you cannot hear what is around you.
• Use extreme caution or temporarily discontinue use in
potentially hazardous situations.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Tape Speed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.4cm/sec or 1.2cm/sec
Frequency Response. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 250-4500Hz
Speaker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25mm (8 Ohm)
Power Source . . . . 3V, “AAA” size x 2 batteries (Not Included)
Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119 x 65 x 23 mm
Weight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 140g (without batteries)
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
FOR ADDITIONAL SET-UP OR OPERATING
ASSISTANCE, PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT
WWW.MEMOREXELECTRONICS.COM OR
CONTACT CUSTOMER SERVICE AT
1-800-919-3647
PLEASE KEEP ALL PACKAGING MATERIAL FOR
AT LEAST 90 DAYS IN CASE YOU NEED TO
RETURN THIS PRODUCT TO YOUR PLACE OF
PURCHASE OR MEMOREX.
FOR PARTS AND ACCESSORIES, CONTACT
FOX INTERNATIONAL AT 1-800-321-6993.
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Memcorp, Inc.
Weston, FL
Printed in Hong Kong
Visit our website at
www.memorexelectronics.com
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