CD-RW4U manual - PDF Text Files

CD-RW4U manual - PDF Text Files
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CD-RW4U
Quick Start Guide
How to…
change to USB mode from audio mode? With the unit in standby mode, and disconnected
from the computer, use the MENU key and the MULTI DIAL to display USB MODE. Connect the CD-RW4U to the computer.
change to audio mode from USB mode? With the unit in standby, use the MENU key and
the MULTI DIAL to display AUDIO MODE. Then turn the CD-RW4U on with the POWER
key.
choose whether to record from the digital or analog inputs? Use the INPUT SELECT on
the main unit (not the remote control unit) to choose between Analog In and
Coaxial In.
start recording a track automatically when the source material starts? Press the
SYNC REC key to put the unit into sync mode. Once the input level goes over the trigger
level set up in the menu, the CD-RW4U starts recording.
find out how much time is left on a recordable disc? When a recordable disc is in the
drive, press the DISPLAY key on the remote control unit until the display shows TOTAL REMAIN
and the amount of time available for recording.
prevent the recorder making a new track every time there’s a quiet passage in the
music? Use the menu system to set the auto track function off, or reset the trigger level so
that quieter passages don’t start a new track.
adjust the input level when recording? For recording from analog sources, use the front
panel INPUT level to adjust the volume. For digital recordings, use the VOLUME menu to
cut or boost the digital signal. Never let the meters go to the OVER mark.
erase a mistake? You can only erase tracks on unfinalized CD-RW discs. Only the last tracks
can be erased (you can’t erase a track in the middle of a disc).
reuse a disc that’s been recorded and finalized? You can only reuse CD-RW discs. If the
disc has been finalized, you must unfinalize it first. Use the ERASE key on the remote control and select Unfinalize by turning the MULTI DIAL or using the SKIP keys. Then
erase all the tracks by pressing the MULTI DIAL or ENTER key.
This product is designed to help you record and reproduce sound works to which you own the
copyright, or where you have obtained permission from the copyright holder or the rightful licensor. Unless you own the copyright, or have obtained the appropriate permission from the copyright holder or the rightful licensor, your unauthorized recording, reproduction or distribution
thereof may result in severe criminal penalties under copyright laws and international copyright
treaties. If you are uncertain about your rights, contact your legal advisor. Under no circumstances will TEAC Corporation be responsible for the consequences of any illegal copying performed using the CD-RW4U.
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CD-RW4U
Quick Start Guide
Using the menus
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1,2
3
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With the CD-RW4U in stop mode, press the MENU key on the main unit or the remote control.
2
Continue to press the MENU key until the desired menu appears on the display.
3
Change the menu parameter by turning the MULTI DIAL (main unit) or pressing the SKIP keys (remote control unit).
4
Exit the menu system by pressing the MULTI DIAL or pressing the ENTER key (remote control unit).
Menu
Meaning
A_TRACK Auto track division when recording
S_LVL Trigger level for track division
Values
OFF, ON
MIN L, DD, -24, -30, -36, -42, -48,
-54, -60, -66, -72 (dB)
COPY ID SCMS copy-protection
FREE, 1GEN, PROH
FADE IN Time taken to fade in when recording
1 through 24 seconds
FADE OUT Tame taken to fade out when recording
1 through 24 seconds
PWR SAVE Switches unit to standby mode if left unattended for five minutes
ON, OFF
Playback
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CD-RW4U
Quick Start Guide
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Insert the disc (use the OPEN/CLOSE key). Wait until the TOC Reading. message disappears from
the display.
2
Select a track for playback by turning the MULTI DIAL (main unit) or using the SKIP keys (remote control
unit).
3
Start playback by pressing the PLAY/PAUSE key (main unit) or the PLAY key (remote control unit).
4
Pause playback with the PLAY/PAUSE key (main unit) or the PAUSE key (remote control unit).
5
Stop playback with the STOP key (main or remote control unit).
Programmed playback
1
Press the PLAY MODE key (remote control unit) until the display shows Program.
2
Use the MULTI DIAL (main unit) or SKIP keys (remote control unit) to select a program step.
3
Press the MULTI DIAL or the ENTER key (remote control unit).
4
Repeat 3 and 4 as often as needed.
5
Start playback (PLAY/PAUSE or PLAY).
Recording
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Insert a recordable disc.
2
Select the source (analog or digital) with the INPUT SELECT key.
3
Monitor the input by pressing RECORD. If you selected the analog input jacks, you can adjust the input level
with the INPUT control knob (main unit). Use the VOLUME menu system to adjust digital levels if necessary. Avoid clipping.
4
Press the PLAY/PAUSE (main unit) or PLAY key (remote control unit) to start recording.
5
Press the PLAY/PAUSE or PAUSE key to pause recording. When you restart recording, a new track will be
started.
6
Enter track divisions “on-the-fly” by pressing RECORD (either the main unit or remote control unit).
7
Finish the recording session by pressing STOP. Add more tracks if desired.
8
Finalize the disc before playing it back on an ordinary CD player. Press FINALIZE (main unit), followed by
pressing the MULTI DIAL (main unit) or the ENTER key (remote control unit).
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CD-RW4U
Quick Start Guide
Safety precautions
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Although some of these precautions may seem obvious, we strongly suggest that you read and
take note of them in order to avoid any possible trouble with your CD-RW4U. Full safety
instructions are included in the manual.
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Read the manual and keep it in a convenient place! The manual can be your friend in times of
trouble. Read the manual to find out what's there and what the CD-RW4U can do, follow the
instructions in the manual, and take note of the notes and warnings.
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If the unit needs to be cleaned, disconnect it from the power supply first. Use a damp cloth for
cleaning, and avoid using liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners.
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Only use any accessories or attachments recommended by TEAC. Use of any other accessories
or attachments may prove dangerous, to you and the unit. The CD-RW4U can use a variety of
recordable CD media. Since this technology is moving forward rapidly, we suggest that you
visit the TASCAM Web site (http://www.tascam.com) for up-to-date details of what media are
supported. If you do not have Internet access, consult your TASCAM distributor.
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Don't use this unit in an environment where it can get wet or damp. Don't spill liquid onto it, or
push anything (screwdrivers, etc.) through the slots in the case. Also make sure that the unit
does not become overheated. Keep it away from radiators, stoves, or other sources of heat
(including amplifiers, etc.).
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Always make sure that the unit is mounted firmly and securely where it cannot fall, causing
damage to the unit or injury to people. If you are moving the unit on a cart, take care that it does
not fall over.
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Never block any slots in the case—these are necessary for proper ventilation of the internal
parts. You should never operate the unit when it is on a bed, rug or soft furnishings, as this can
impede the airflow.
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The power supply should always correspond to the specifications marked on the label on the
rear panel. If you are in any doubt, consult a qualified electrician to check your power supply.
Always route the power cord where it will not be trapped or pinched, and where you will not trip
over it. Do not overload sockets, power adaptors or extension cords.
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If the plug supplied with this unit is polarized (one blade of the plug is wide than the other) do
not attempt to fit the plug the wrong way round into an outlet. If the plug will not fit into the outlet, consult a qualified electrician to change the outlet.
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We suggest unplugging the unit from the power supply during electrical storms, or when it will
not be used for a long time.
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The CD-RW4U is a complex piece of equipment. If anything goes wrong, do not attempt to
repair it yourself, but have it repaired by qualified service personnel if it ceases to function properly, is dropped or damaged, or if it becomes wet, etc. Always make sure that any replacement
parts are those specified by TEAC.
TEAC CORPORATION
Phone: (0422) 52-5082
3-7-3, Nakacho, Musashino-shi, Tokyo 180-8550, Japan
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