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Sony MZ-B10 User manual
3-247-850-16(1)
Portable
MiniDisc Recorder
Operating Instructions
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Recorder Operation _____________________________
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Troubleshooting and explanations __________________
MZ-B10
©2003 Sony Corporation
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Table of contents
Looking at the controls .................................... 9
Preparing a power source .............................. 12
Recording an MD right away! ......................... 13
Playing an MD right away! .............................. 16
Various ways of recording .............................. 18
Long-time recording (MDLP) ..............................................................18
Recording from a stereo microphone ....................................................19
Recording from externally connected equipment .................................20
Recording with digital (optical) input (Digital Recording) ............21
Recording from a TV or radio (Analog Recording) .......................22
To start/stop recording in sync with the sound source
(Synchro-recording) ........................................................................23
Adding track marks while recording ....................................................24
Adding track marks manually ........................................................24
Adding track marks automatically (Auto Time Mark) ...................24
Various ways of playback .............................. 26
Changing the sound mode .....................................................................26
Changing playback speed (Speed Control) ...........................................26
Selecting the play mode (Single Play/Repeat Play) ..............................27
Editing recorded tracks .................................. 29
Adding a track mark .............................................................................29
Erasing a track mark .............................................................................29
Moving recorded tracks (Move) ...........................................................30
Erasing tracks (Erase) ...........................................................................31
To erase a track ...............................................................................31
To erase the whole disc ..................................................................31
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Using the group function ................................ 32
Using the group function ...................................................................... 32
Using the group function when recording ............................................ 32
Recording tracks to a new group ................................................... 32
Recording a track to an existing group .......................................... 33
Using the group function when playing ............................................... 33
Playing a track in group play ......................................................... 33
Editing groups ...................................................................................... 34
Assigning tracks or groups as a new group (Group Setting) ......... 34
To release a group setting .............................................................. 35
Moving a track in a disc with group setting ................................... 35
Changing the order of a group on a disc (Group Move) ................ 36
To erase a group ............................................................................. 37
Other operations ............................................. 38
Useful settings ...................................................................................... 38
How to use the menu items ............................................................ 38
Creating a new group when recording ........................................... 39
To select microphone sensitivity ................................................... 39
Starting an operation quickly (Quick Mode) ................................. 40
Using an optional foot control unit ................................................ 40
List of menus ................................................................................. 41
Power sources ................................................ 42
When to replace the batteries ............................................................... 42
Battery life ..................................................................................... 42
Using house current ............................................................................. 43
Additional information .................................... 44
Precautions ........................................................................................... 44
Specifications ....................................................................................... 47
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Troubleshooting and explanations ................. 48
Troubleshooting ....................................................................................48
While recording ..............................................................................48
While playing .................................................................................50
While Editing ..................................................................................51
While using group function ............................................................52
Others .............................................................................................52
Messages ...............................................................................................53
Explanations ..........................................................................................56
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Checking the supplied accessories
Headphones/earphones (1)
Handstrap (1)
Carrying pouch (1)
Clamp filter for the AC power adaptor (1)
Attach the clamp filter when using the optional
AC power adaptor.
LR6 (size AA) alkaline dry
batteries (2) (World model only)
When using the optional AC power adaptor
Before using the AC power adaptor, do the following procedure to attach the clamp filter to
the cord of the AC power adaptor. (You must affix the ferrite cores to comply with
applicable EMC standards.)
1
Open the clamp filter.
2
Wind the AC power cord into the clamp
filter as shown below.
Maximum
length:
approx. 4 cm
(15/8 inches)
3
Close the clamp filter.
Make sure the
clasps are
fully engaged.
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Looking at the controls
See pages in ( ) for more details.
Front of the recorder
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A Display window (23) (26) (30) (34)
B MENU/ENTER button (23) (26) (30)
(34) (38)
You can use various settings using
menu items.
C SPEED CONTROL +, – button (26)
Use this button to increase or decrease
the playback speed.
D Built-in microphone (14)
E Speakers (16)
F REC MODE button (14) (18)
Use this button to select 2 times
normal (LP2 or monaural) or 4 times
(LP4) the normal (SP) recording time.
G GROUP button (32)
This button is used when cueing to a
group or erasing a group.
H x • STOP button (14) (16) (23) (30)
(38)
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I N • PLAY (play) button (15) (16)
The N • PLAY button has a tactile
dot.
J REC button (14) (18) (32)
K . • REVIEW • AMS, > • CUE
• AMS (search /AMS) buttons (15)
(17) (23) (26) (29) (33) (38)
L TRACK MARK button (29)
Use this button to add track marks
automatically or to divide a track into
separate tracks.
M X • PAUSE button (15) (17) (29)
N REC indicator (14) (15)
Lights up while recording.
O i (headphones/earphones) jack (14)
(16)
Connect headphones/earphones or an
optional foot control unit to this jack.
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P MIC (PLUG IN POWER) jack (19)
Connect an optional stereo
microphone to this jack to record.
The MIC (PLUG IN POWER) jack
has a tactile dot.
Q LINE IN (OPTICAL) jack (21) (22)
Connect an optional optical or line
cable to this jack to record from a CD,
etc.
R VOL control (16)
The VOL control has a tactile dot.
S HOLD switch (12)
Slide the switch in the direction of the
arrow to disable the buttons on the
recorder. To prevent the buttons from
being accidentally operated when you
carry the recorder, use this function.
T OPEN switch (13) (16)
Back of the recorder
1
How to attach a hand strap
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23
A Battery compartment (12)
Insert two alkaline dry batteries (size
AA) here.
B ERASE button (31) (37)
During playback, press this button to
erase the track.
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C ALL ERASE button (31)
Press ERASE while pressing this
button to erase the contents of an
entire disc.
D DC IN 3V jack (43)
When you connect an optional AC
power adaptor, connect it to this jack.
E Handstrap hole
The display window
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9
3 4
q;
A Play mode indication (28)
Lights up when selecting specific play
mode.
B Disc indication (18) (26) (30) (34)
Shows that the disc is rotating for
recording, playing or editing an MD.
C Character information display (18)
(26) (30) (34)
Displays the disc and track names,
error messages, track numbers, etc.
D Group indication (33)
Lights up while in group play. Flashes
while selecting a group.
E Battery level indication (42)
F SOUND indication (26)
Lights up when the sound mode
(SOUND 1, SOUND 2) is selected.
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6
7
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G Pause indication
H REC indication (14)
I SYNC (synchro-recording) indication
(23)
J SP, LP2, LP4, MONO indication (18)
Shows the recording mode while
recording and SP/LP mode of a track
while playing.
K REC REMAIN indication (18)
Shows the remaining recordable time
in a disc while recording or stopped.
L Time indication (18) (26) (30) (34)
Shows the elapsed time while
recording or playing.
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Preparing a power source
This section explains how to prepare the recorder for battery-powered
operation. For information on connecting the recorder to an AC power
outlet, see page 43.
1 Insert dry batteries.
Back of the recorder
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Press and slide the battery
compartment lid as shown in
the illustration.
Insert two LR6 (size AA)
alkaline dry batteries
(supplied with the world
model only).
Close the lid.
Notes
• Do not use manganese dry battery. If you do, recording may not be possible.
• Insert the e and E poles of the battery correctly as shown on the recorder.
• Check that the REC button is not depressed before inserting the alkaline dry
batteries. If a disc is inserted and the button is depressed, recording may start when
you insert the alkaline dry batteries. If the REC button is depressed, be sure to
remove the disc before you insert the batteries.
2 Unlock the control.
Slide HOLD to the opposite
direction of the arrow on the
recorder.
HOLD
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Recording an MD right away!
Use the built-in microphone to record. Make sure the record-protect
tab on the disc is closed (page 46). The use of new alkaline dry
batteries is recommended. The recording may not be possible if you
use manganese dry batteries.
1 Insert a recordable MD.
1
Slide OPEN to open the lid.
2
Insert a recordable MD to the direction
of the arrow with the label side facing
up, and press down on the lid (at the
center of the front edge as shown
above) to close it firmly.
2 Select microphone sensitivity.
The recorder is factory set to record material with a normal volume level (“SENS
HIGH”), such as conversations. When recording a sound source at close range, such as
a narration, set the microphone sensitivity to “SENS LOW” (see page 39 for details).
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3 Select the recording mode.
You can select SP, LP2, LP4, or monaural (see
page 18 for details). The recorder is factory set to
LP4. Change the recording mode if necessary.
REC MODE
4 Record an MD.
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X • PAUSE
. • REVIEW •
AMS, > • CUE •
AMS
Connect
firmly to
i.
x • STOP
Built-in
microphone
REC
REC
indicator
N • PLAY
Press REC.
“REC” appears, REC indicator lights
up, and then recording starts.
You can monitor the recording
conditions, such as the recording
position, through the display or the REC
indicator.
If the disc is blank, the recording starts
from the beginning. If the disc is
partially recorded, the recording
automatically starts from the end of the
existing material.
To stop recording, press x • STOP.
After you press the x • STOP button to stop the
recorder, the recorder will automatically turn
off after about 30 seconds (when using an
alkaline dry battery) or 3 minutes (when using
the AC power adaptor).
To monitor the sound during recording.
Connect the headphones/earphones to the i jack. You can adjust the volume by turning the VOL
control. This adjustment does not affect the recording level since the level is adjusted automatically.
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To
Operation
Record partway through the
previous recording
Press N • PLAY, > • CUE • AMS or . •
REVIEW • AMS to find the beginning of the
material to be recorded, and then press X • PAUSE.
Press REC so that the recorder changes to recording
pause.
Press X • PAUSE again to start recording.
Pause1)
Press X • PAUSE while recording.
Press X • PAUSE again to resume recording.
Remove the MD
x • STOP to stop recording, check if “TOC Edit”
has disappeared from the display, and then open the
lid.
1) The
REC indicator flashes during recording pause. Track marks are not added while recording with
microphone, even when the recorder is paused.
If the recording does not start
Notes
• Make sure the recorder is not locked
(page 12).
• Make sure the MD is not record-protected
(page 46).
• Premastered MDs cannot be recorded over.
• For long recordings, it is recommended that
you power the recorder from a house current
using an optional AC power adaptor ACE30HG (page 43).
• The lid will not open during recording or until
“TOC Edit” disappears from the display after
the recording has completed.
• If the power supply is disrupted (i.e. the
batteries are removed or becomes exhausted
or the optional AC power adaptor is
disconnected) during a recording operation, or
while “TOC Edit” appears in the display, then
it will not be possible to open the lid until
power is restored and the x • STOP button is
pressed.
• “Data Save” or “TOC Edit” flashes while data
of the recording (the track’s start and end
points, etc.) is being recorded. Do not move or
jog the recorder or disconnect the power
source while the indication is flashing in the
display. If you do, the material recorded up to
that point will not be saved to the disc.
• When you record through the microphone, the
various sounds made by the recorder may also
be recorded.
• The built-in microphone do not operate
whenever an optional microphone is
connected into the MIC (PLUG IN POWER)
jack on the recorder.
• The built-in microphone do not operate
whenever an optical cable or a line cable (not
supplied) is connected into the LINE IN
(OPTICAL) jack on the recorder.
To know the recording
condition
The REC indicator lights up or flashes
according to the recording condition.
Recording
condition
REC indicator
While recording
lights up
flashes according
to the loudness of
the source while
recording with a
microphone
(voice mirror)
Recording standby
flashes
Less than 3
minutes’ recording
time available
flashes slowly
A track mark has
been added1)
goes off
momentarily
1) Except
when track marking was done
manually or automatically using Auto Time
Mark (page 24).
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Playing an MD right away!
You can play recordable MDs or premastered MDs. Sound output
from the built-in speaker is monaural, but stereo listening is possible
through the supplied headphones/earphones.
1 Insert an MD.
1
Slide OPEN to open the lid.
2
Insert an MD to the direction of the
arrow with the label side facing up, and
press down on the lid (at the center of
the front edge as shown above) to close
it firmly.
1
Press N • PLAY.
2
Turn VOL to adjust the volume.
2 Play an MD.
. • REVIEW •
AMS, > • CUE
• AMS
X • PAUSE
To stop play, press x • STOP.
Connect
firmly to
i
VOL
control
x • STOP
Speaker
N • PLAY
Playback starts from the point you last stopped
playing. To start playback from the beginning
of the disc, press N • PLAY for 2 seconds or
more.
After you press the x • STOP button to stop the
recorder, the recorder will automatically turn
off after about 30 seconds (when using an
alkaline dry battery), or 3 minutes (when using
the AC power adaptor).
To listen in stereo
Connect the headphones/earphones to the i
jack on the recorder.
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To
Operation on the recorder
Pause
Press X • PAUSE. Press X • PAUSE again to resume
play.
Cue to the current track or a
previous track1)
Press . • REVIEW • AMS.
Press . • REVIEW • AMS repeatedly until you
reach the beginning of the desired track.
Cue to the next track2)
Press > • CUE • AMS.
Go backwards or forward
while playing
Press and hold . • REVIEW • AMS or > • CUE •
AMS.
Search for a point in a track
while viewing the elapsed
time. (Time search)
During pause, press and hold . • REVIEW • AMS or
> • CUE • AMS.
While the recorder is stopped, press and hold . •
Search for a specific track
REVIEW • AMS or > • CUE • AMS.
while viewing track numbers
or track names. (Index search)
Remove the MD
Press x • STOP and open the lid.3)
1) If you press . • REVIEW • AMS during the first track of the disc, the recorder goes to the beginning
of the last track on the disc.
you press > • CUE • AMS during the last track of the disc, the recorder goes to the beginning of
the first track on the disc.
3) Once you open the lid, the point to start play will change to the beginning of the first track.
2) If
If the play does not start
Make sure the recorder is not locked (page 12).
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Playback will switch automatically between
stereo and monaural according to the sound
source.
Notes
• The sound may skip during playback when the
recorder is exposed to continuous vibration,
such as while jogging.
• If the power supply is disrupted (i.e. the
batteries are removed or become exhausted or
the optional AC power adaptor is
disconnected) when the recorder is operating,
the lid may not open until the power is
restored and the x • STOP button is pressed.
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Various ways of recording
Long-time recording
(MDLP)
Select each recording mode according to
the recording time that you want.
Stereo recording is possible at 2 times
(LP2) or 4 times (LP4) the normal (SP)
recording time. Monaural recording at 2
times normal recording time is also
possible.
MDs recorded in monaural or
MDLP mode can be played back
only on MD players or recorders
with monaural or MDLP playback
mode.
REC MODE
Recording A
mode1)
Recording
time2)
SP
SP
approx. 80
min.
LP2
LP2
approx. 160
min.
LP4
LP4
approx. 320
min.
Monaural
MONO
approx. 160
min.
1) For
better sound quality, record in SP or LP2
mode.
2) When using an 80-minute recordable MD
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Press REC.
For other operations on recording, see
“Recording an MD right away!”
(page 13).
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REC
1
2
Insert a recordable disc.
Press REC MODE repeatedly until
desired recording mode lights up in
the display.
Each time you press the button, A
changes as follows.
A
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• If you record in SP, LP2, or LP4 mode using
an externally connected stereo microphone
(not supplied) or other stereo equipment
connected to the LINE IN (OPTICAL) jack,
the recording will be stereo. If you record with
the built-in microphone, the recording will be
monaural (the same sound is recorded to the
left and right channels).
• The recording mode can be changed during
recording pause. When you change the
recording mode, a track mark is automatically
added at that point.
• Audio components that support the LP2 or
LP4 modes are indicated by the
or
logo marks.
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Notes
• It is recommended that you use the AC power
adaptor (not supplied) for long recordings.
• During monaural recording of a stereo sound
source connected through the digital (optical)
input jack, you can still monitor the recorded
sound in stereo by using headphones/
earphones connected to the i jack.
• When you record in LP4 mode, momentary
noise may be produced on very rare occasions
with certain sound sources. This is because of
the special digital audio compression
technology that enables a recording time 4
times longer than normal. If noise is produced,
it is recommended that you record in SP or
LP2 mode to obtain better sound quality.
Recording from a
stereo microphone
Connect a stereo microphone (ECM-719,
etc.) to the MIC (PLUG IN POWER)
jack. The recorder input automatically
switches to the externally connected
microphone input.
Stereo
microphone
(not supplied)
REC MODE
To MIC (PLUG IN
POWER)
1
3
Press REC MODE repeatedly until
“SP”, “LP2”, “LP4”, or “MONO”
lights up in the display.
For details on the recording mode, see
“Long-time recording (MDLP)”
(page 18).
Press REC.
For other operations on recording, see
“Recording an MD right away!”
(page 13).
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When using a plug-in power-type microphone,
the microphone can be operated even when its
power switch is turned off since power is
supplied from the recorder itself.
If you are using the optional stereo microphone
ECM-719, set the power switch on the
microphone to OFF to allow the recorder to
provide power to the microphone. It is
recommended that you set the switch on the
microphone to OFF during use.
Notes
• You cannot record through the externally
connected microphone while an optical cable
is connected to the LINE IN (OPTICAL) jack.
The recorder automatically selects the
recorder input in the following order of
priority; optical input, externally connected
microphone input, analog (line) input, and
built-in microphones input.
• The microphone may pick up the operating
sound of the recorder itself (such as the sound
of the motor). Use the microphone away from
the recorder in such cases. Please note that the
sound of recorder operations may be picked
up if the microphone that you use has a short
connector.
REC
Insert a recordable disc and select the
microphone sensitivity.
See “To select microphone
sensitivity” (page 39).
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Recording from externally connected equipment
The LINE IN (OPTICAL) jack of this recorder works as both digital and analog input
jacks. Connect the recorder to a CD player or a cassette recorder using either digital
(optical) input or analog (line) input. To record, see “Recording with digital (optical) input
(Digital Recording)” (page 21) to record using digital (optical) input and “Recording from
a TV or radio (Analog Recording)” (page 22) to record using analog (line) input.
LINE IN (OPTICAL) jack is for both digital and analog input.
The recorder automatically recognizes the type of line cable and switches to digital or analog input.
Difference between digital (optical) and analog (line) inputs
Difference
Digital (optical) input
Analog (line) input
Connectable
source
Equipment with an digital (optical)
output jack
Equipment with an analog
(line) output jack
Usable cord
Optical cable (with an optical or an
optical-mini plug) (page 21)
Line cable (with 2 phono plugs
or a stereo-mini plug) (page 22)
Signal from the Digital
source
Analog
Even when a digital source
(such as a CD) is connected, the
signal sent to the recorder is
analog.
Recorded track Marked (copied) automatically
numbers
• at the same positions as the source
(when the sound source is a CD or
an MD).
• after more than 2 seconds of blank
or low-level segment (with a sound
source other than a CD or an MD)
(page 56).
• when the recorder is paused while
recording (the recorder pauses
automatically when it encounters a
section with no audio signal for 3
seconds or more) (page 56).
You can erase unnecessary marks
after recording. (“Erasing a track
mark”, page 29).
Marked automatically
• after more than 2 seconds of
blank or low-level segment.
• when the recorder is paused
while recording.
You can erase unnecessary
marks after recording (“Erasing
a track mark”, page 29).
Recorded
sound level
Adjusted automatically.
Same as the source.
Note
Track marks may be copied incorrectly:
• when you record from some CD players or multi disc players using digital (optical) input.
• when the source is in shuffle or program play mode while recording using digital (optical) input. In
this case, play the source in normal play mode.
• when programs with audio that is digitally broadcast (e.g., digital TV) are recorded.
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2
Recording with digital
(optical) input (Digital
Recording)
Connect to a digital source using an
optical cable to make digital recordings.
Digital recording is possible even from
digital equipment with different sampling
rates, such as a DAT deck or a BS tuner,
using the built-in sampling rate converter.
CD player, MD
player, digital
amplifier, etc.
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4
Press REC MODE repeatedly until
“SP”, “LP2”, “LP4”, or “MONO”
lights up in the display.
For details on the recording mode, see
“Long-time recording (MDLP)”
(page 18).
Press REC.
“REC” appears in the display, the
REC indicator lights up, and the
recording starts.
Play the source sound.
For other operations on recording, see
“Recording an MD right away!”
(page 13).
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Optical
plug
Optical
miniplug
POC-15AB etc.
(not supplied)
POC-15B etc.
(not supplied)
Notes
REC MODE
REC
To LINE IN
(OPTICAL)
1
Insert a recordable disc.
• When recording from digital media, track
marks in the original are copied automatically
to the MD.
• Synchro-recording is useful for making digital
recordings. During synchro-recording, the
starting and stopping of recording is done
automatically and in sync with the source
material.
REC
indicator
• You can make a digital recording with an
optical cable only from an optical type output.
• Note the following when recording from a
portable CD player.
—Some portable CD players may not be
capable of digital out when the AC power
adaptor is disconnected. If this is the case,
connect the AC power adaptor to the
portable CD player and use it on AC power
as the power source.
—Digital output may be disabled on some
portable CD players when the AC power
adaptor is not connected to the player.
—Turn off the anti-skip function (e.g., ESP*
or G-PROTECTION).
• A track mark is added at the point where you
press the X • PAUSE button again to resume
recording while pausing recording; thus the
remainder of the track will be counted as a
new track.
∗ Electronic Shock Protection
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Recording from a TV or radio
(Analog Recording)
2
Connect the recorder with a line cable
(not supplied) to make analog recording.
Connect firmly to the appropriate jacks.
CD player,
cassette recorder,
etc.(source)
3
4
To LINE OUT
L
(white)
R (red)
REC
REC
indicator
∗ To connect to a portable CD player having
a stereo mini-jack, use the RK-G136
connecting cord (not supplied).
Note
Use the connecting cords without an attenuator.
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Insert a recordable disc.
Play the source sound.
For other operations on recording, see
“Recording an MD right away!”
(page 13).
A track mark is added at the point where you
press the X • PAUSE button again to resume
recording while pausing recording; thus the
remainder of the track will be counted as a new
track.
REC MODE
1
Press REC.
“REC” appears in the display, the
REC indicator lights up, and the
recording starts.
Note
Line cable
(RK-G129,
etc.)*
To LINE IN
(OPTICAL)
Press REC MODE repeatedly until
“SP”, “LP2”, “LP4”, or “MONO”
lights up in the display.
For details on the recording mode, see
“Long-time recording (MDLP)”
(page 18).
To start/stop recording
in sync with the sound
source
(Synchro-recording)
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During synchro-recording, the starting
and stopping of recording occurs are
synchronized with the sound source. This
simplifies digital recordings (e.g., from a
CD player) since the need to operate the
recorder or the sound source is
eliminated. Synchro-recording is only
possible with the optical cable connected.
REC MODE
Synchro-recording indication
“SYNC” appears in the display.
“SYNC” doesn’t appear if optical
cable is not connected to the LINE IN
(OPTICAL) jack on the recorder.
MENU/ENTER
6
REC
7
. • REVIEW • AMS,
> • CUE • AMS
1
2
3
4
Press REC MODE repeatedly until
“SP”, “LP2”, “LP4”, or “MONO”
lights up in the display.
For details on the recording mode, see
“Long-time recording (MDLP)”
(page 18).
Press MENU/ENTER.
Press . or > until “REC SET”
appears in the display, and then press
MENU/ENTER.
Press . or > until “SYNC ON”
appears in the display, and then press
MENU/ENTER.
Press REC.
The recorder stands by for recording.
Play the source sound.
The recorder starts recording
automatically when it receives the
playing sound.
To stop recording
Press x • STOP.
z
When there is no sound from the player for
more than 3 seconds during synchro-recording,
the recorder goes into the standby mode
automatically (page 56). When the sound
comes from the player again, the recorder
resumes synchro-recording. If the recorder is
kept in the standby mode for 5 minutes or
longer, the recorder stops automatically.
Press . or > until “SYNC
REC” appears in the display, and then
press MENU/ENTER.
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Notes
• The pause function cannot be turned on or off
manually during synchro-recording.
• Do not switch the “SYNC REC” setting while
recording. Recording may not be done
properly.
• You cannot change the recording mode during
recording.
• Even when there is no sound on the sound
source, there may be cases when recording
does not pause automatically during synchrorecording due to the noise level emitted from
the sound source.
• If a silent portion is encountered for
approximately 2 seconds during synchrorecording from a sound source other than a
CD or an MD, a new track mark is
automatically added at the point where the
silent portion ends.
• Synchro-recording cannot be done if the
connecting cord is not an optical cable, or if
the cable is connected to the MIC (PLUG IN
POWER) jack.
Adding track marks
while recording
You can add track marks (track number)
while recording to divide the material into
separate parts.
. • REVIEW •
AMS, > • CUE •
AMS
MENU/
ENTER
TRACK
MARK
Adding track marks manually
1
While the recorder is recording, press
TRACK MARK.
Adding track marks
automatically (Auto Time
Mark)
Use this feature to add track marks
automatically at 10-minute intervals when
recording through the analog input
connector or a microphone. This function
is convenient when making a long
recording, e.g., of a lecture or meeting.
1
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While the recorder is recording or in
recording pause, press MENU/
ENTER.
2
Press . or > until “REC SET”
appears in the display, and then press
MENU/ENTER.
3
Press . or > until “TIME
MARK” appears in the display, and
then press MENU/ENTER.
4
Press . or > until “MARK
ON” appears in the display, and then
press MENU/ENTER.
“10min.ON” appears in the display
and the selection is entered.
“T” appears after the track number in
the display.
When the time interval for Auto Time
Mark (10 minutes) exceeds the
elapsed recording time:
The recorder adds a track mark when 10
minutes has elapsed.
Example: When 3 minutes of recording
has been completed when the Auto Time
Mark is set.
A track mark will be added at the 10minute point (following the start of
recording) and after each 10-minute
interval thereafter.
Note
The setting will be lost when the recording
stopped.
To cancel Auto Time Mark
Select “MARK OFF” in step 4 or stop
recording.
Using Auto Time Mark to add
track marks while recording
When the elapsed recording time
exceeds 10 minutes:
The recorder adds a track mark at the
point when Auto Time Mark is set, and at
each 10-minute interval thereafter.
Example: When 12 minutes of recording
has been completed when the Auto Time
Mark is set.
A track mark will be added at the 12minute point (following the start of
recording) and after each 10-minute
interval thereafter.
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Various ways of playback
Changing the sound
mode
You can select the sound mode during
playback. This function emphasizes
voices, so it is useful when listening to
recordings of meetings or lectures.
. • REVIEW • AMS,
> • CUE • AMS
MENU/
ENTER
Sound setting
A
SOUND OFF Factory setting
SOUND 1
Emphasizes voices.
SOUND 2
Emphasizes voices more
strongly than SOUND 1.
To cancel the sound setting
Select “SOUND OFF” in step 3.
Notes
1
2
3
Press MENU/ENTER.
Press . or > until “SOUND”
appears in the display, and then press
MENU/ENTER.
Press . or > repeatedly until
your desired sound setting appears in
the display, and then press MENU/
ENTER.
Each time you press the button, A
changes as follows.
When you press MENU/ENTER, the
sound indication lights up.
A
• If sound distortion occurs when you turn the
volume up while “SOUND 1” or “SOUND 2”,
turn the volume down again or change the
sound setting.
• The setting of “SOUND 1” or “SOUND 2”
does not affect the sound being recorded.
• You cannot change the sound mode while the
playback speed is changed.
Changing playback
speed (Speed Control)
The speed control function is useful when
you want to change the playback speed.
This function changes the playback speed
without changing the playback pitch
(DPC*).
The playback speed can be varied from
+100% to –50% the normal speed, in 13
steps.
* DPC stands for Digital Pitch Control.
SPEED
CONTROL +, –
Sound indication
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1
While playing, press SPEED
CONTROL + or – while the recorder
is playing.
Playback speeds up when you press
the SPEED CONTROL + button and
slows down when you press the –
button. Select the desired playback
speed while listening to the material.
“DPC” appears in the display when
the playback speed is changed.
–50%
0%
+100%
Notes
• When using this function, you may hear noise
or an echo in the playback.
• When you change the playback speed, the
sound mode setting (“SOUND 1” or “SOUND
2”) will stop functioning. When you change
the playback speed back to normal (0%), the
sound mode setting will begin functioning
again.
Selecting the play
mode (Single Play/
Repeat Play)
You can select single play, single repeat,
or all repeat.
“DPC” appears when playback
speed is changed.
. • REVIEW •
AMS, > • CUE
• AMS
1
2
To switch to normal playback
Press N • PLAY or SPEED CONTROL
+ or – to select 0%.
z
• Once you open the lid, the playback speed
reverts to the normal speed (0%).
• While using this function, you can pause
playback or locate track marks by pressing the
X • PAUSE, . • REVIEW • AMS, or >
• CUE • AMS button.
3
MENU/
ENTER
While playing, press MENU/ENTER.
Press . or > until “PLAY
MODE” appears in the display, and
then press MENU/ENTER.
Press . or > repeatedly until
“Normal” or “1 Track” appears in the
display, and then press MENU/
ENTER.
Normal: All tracks are played once.
1 Track: A single track is played
once.
continued
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4
Press . or > repeatedly until
“RepeatOFF” or “RepeatON” appears
in the display, and then press MENU/
ENTER.
RepeatOFF: Playback will not
repeat.
RepeatON: Playback will repeat
with the play mode selected in step 3.
When the selection enters, play mode
indication lights up.
Play mode indication
Indication
Selected play mode
—
“Normal” and
“RepeatOFF” (normal
play)
1
“1 Track” and
“RepeatOFF” (A single
track is played.)
“Normal” and
“RepeatON” (All the
tracks are played
repeatedly.)
1
“1 Track” and
“RepeatON” (A single
track is played
repeatedly.)
Note
Group play mode (
) in step 3 whenever you
play a disc with group settings. For more
details, see “Playing a track in group play”
(page 33).
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Editing recorded tracks
You can edit your recordings by adding/
erasing track marks or changing the order
of the recorded tracks.
Notes
• Premastered MDs cannot be edited.
• Close the record-protect tab on the side of the
MD before editing
• When “TOC Edit” is flashing, the editing
results are being recorded.
—Do not move or jog the recorder.
—Do not disconnect the power source.
—The lid becomes locked.
Erasing a track mark
When you erase a regular track mark, the
track numbers will change as follows.
Example
When combining track 2 and track 3
1
2
3
4
Erase a track mark
1
2
3
Track numbers decrease
Adding a track mark
You can add track marks so that the part
after the new track mark is counted as a
new track. A total of 254 track marks can
be added on one disc.
The track numbers will increase as
follows.
1
2
3
4
2
3
. • REVIEW
• AMS
1
Track marking
1
TRACK MARK
4
5
Track numbers increase
2
TRACK MARK
1
While recording, playing or pausing
an MD, press TRACK MARK at the
point you want to mark.
“MARK ON” appears in the display,
and a track mark is added. The track
number will increase by one.
3
X • PAUSE
While playing the track with the track
mark you want to erase, press X •
PAUSE to pause.
To erase the third track mark, play the
third track and press X • PAUSE.
Find the track mark by pressing .
slightly.
Find the beginning of the third track.
“00:00” appears in the display.
“MARK” appears in the display for 2
seconds.
Press TRACK MARK to erase the
mark.
“MARK OFF” appears in the display.
The track mark is erased and the two
tracks are combined.
z
When you erase a track mark, the settings
assigned to the mark are also erased.
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1
Notes
• When you erase a track mark between the two
consecutive tracks that are registered to
different groups, the second track is reregistered into the group containing the first
track. In addition, if you combine a track that
is registered to a group with a track that is not
(consecutive tracks), the second track takes
the same registration setting as the first track.
For example, if the first track is registered to a
group, the second track will be registered to
the same group as the first track.
• You cannot erase track marks according to the
system limitations.
While playing the track you want to
move, press MENU/ENTER.
2
Press . or > until “EDIT”
appears in the display, and then press
MENU/ENTER.
The recorder plays the selected track
repeatedly.
3
Press . or > until “Move”
appears in the display, and then press
MENU/ENTER.
4
Press . or > until
“
: Move” flashes in the display,
and then press MENU/ENTER again.
The selected track number flashes in
the display.
5
Press . or > to select the
destination track number.
For the example, “Tr002” appears in
the display.
Moving recorded tracks
(Move)
You can change the order of the recorded
tracks.
Note
To move tracks in a disc with group settings,
see page 35.
Example
Move track C from the third to the second
track.
Before moving
A
B
C
D
A
C
B
D
After moving
. • REVIEW
• AMS, > •
CUE • AMS
MENU/ENTER
6
Press MENU/ENTER again.
The track moves to the selected
destination track.
To cancel moving
Press x • STOP.
TRACK MARK
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Erasing tracks (Erase)
You can erase unnecessary tracks or all
tracks in a disc.
To erase a small section of a
track
Pause playback at the point where you
want to start erasing. Then do steps 1 and
2.
Note
When you erase groups, see page 37.
To erase a track
Note that once a recording has
been erased, you cannot retrieve it.
Be sure to verify the contents of
the track you want to erase.
MENU/
ENTER
x • STOP
To erase a part of a track
Add track marks at the beginning and the
end of the part you want to erase, then
erase the part (page 29).
To erase the whole disc
Note that once a recording has
been erased, you cannot retrieve it.
Be sure to verify the contents of
the disc you want to erase.
1
ALL ERASE
1
ERASE
2
While playing the track you want to
erase, press ERASE.
“Erase OK?” and “PushENTER”
appear alternately in the display.
3
2
Press MENU/ENTER.
The track is erased and the next track
starts to play. All the tracks after the
one erased are automatically
renumbered.
Play the disc you want to erase, verify
its contents, and then press x •
STOP.
While the recorder is stopped, press
ERASE while pressing ALL ERASE.
“All Erase?” and “PushENTER”
appear alternately in the display.
Press MENU/ENTER.
“TOC Edit” flashes in the display,
and all the tracks will be erased.
When erasing is complete,
“BLANKDISC” appears in the
display.
To cancel erasing
Press x • STOP.
To cancel erasing
Press x • STOP.
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Using the group function
Note
Using the group
function
It will not be possible to make a group setting if
the tracks, groups and disc name on a disc
exceed the maximum number that can be input.
The group function is provided to allow
playback of discs with group settings. The
group function is convenient for playback
of MDs on which several albums or CD
singles have been recorded in MDLP
(LP2/LP4) mode.
What is the disc with group
settings?
The recorder can operate various
functions in units of group; that is tracks
that have been recorded on a disc as part
of separate group, as shown below.
Using the group
function when
recording
. • REVIEW •
AMS, > • CUE
• AMS
Before group assignments are made
(normal play)
REC
GROUP
Disc
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
m
12131415
Track 1 to 5 are assigned to group 1.
Track 8 to12 are assigned to group 2.
Track 13 to15 are assigned to group 3.
Track 6 to 7 are assigned to no group.
After group assignments have been made
(group play)
Disc
Group 1
Group 2
12345 6 7 12345
During recording, you can add a new
group at the end of the currently recorded
tracks on a disc.
1
2
3
Press > until “End” appears in the
display.
While pressing GROUP, press REC.
Play the source sound.
A new group will be added after the
current contents on a disc.
Group 3
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Tracks that were not assigned to a group
are treated as being part of “Group - -”.
You can create a maximum of 99 groups
on a disc.
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Recording tracks to a new
group
To stop recording
Press x • STOP.
The material that was recorded up until
x • STOP was pressed is entered as a new
group.
Recording a track to an
existing group
You can add a track to an existing group.
1
2
3
Press GROUP and press . or >
until the group you want to add a
track to appears in the display.
Playing a track in group play
Start playback from the top group to the
end, and then stop after playback of the
tracks which do not belong to a group
(Group - -).
1
While pressing GROUP, press REC.
Play the source sound.
z
• To add a track that is playing to a group, stop
or pause playing the track first, and then do
the procedure from step 2.
• You can set the recorder to always create a
new group without pressing the GROUP
button. See page 39 for details.
Using the group
function when playing
The recorder can operate various
playback with a disc which has group
setting.
In group mode, the recorder treats all
tracks without group settings as belonging
to the last group on the disc. The last
group is indicated in the display window
on the recorder as “Group --”. Within a
group, the tracks appear in their order on
the disc, not their order within the group.
. • REVIEW •
AMS, > • CUE
• AMS
2
Do the procedure of “Selecting the
play mode (Single Play/Repeat Play)”
(page 27) and select “
: Normal” in
step 3.
The group play starts from the next
track.
Press . or > and select
“RepeatOFF” or “RepeatON”, and
then press MENU/ENTER to enter
the selection.
Cueing to the groups (Group
Skip)
1 While playing, press GROUP.
“
” flashes in the display.
2 Press . or > to select a group.
Repeat play for the selected
group (Group Repeat Play)
Select “RepeatON” in step 2.
MENU/ENTER
GROUP
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Notes
Editing groups
Assigning tracks or groups as
a new group (Group Setting)
With this function, you can assign
existing tracks or groups to a new group,
and also you can assign a track that
currently belongs to no group to an
existing group.
You can create a maximum of 99 groups
on a disc.
• It is not possible to make a group setting if the
tracks, groups and disc name on a disc contain
more than the maximum number of characters
that can be stored.
• The tracks or groups must be sequential. If the
desired tracks or groups are not consecutive,
you must move them to make them
consecutive before you can register them
(“Moving recorded tracks (Move)”, page 30).
. • REVIEW •
AMS, > • CUE
• AMS
MENU/ENTER
Disc
Group 1
1 2 3 4 5 6
7 8
Group 2
9 101112
Assigning tracks 1 to 3 to a new
group
Assigning group 1 and group 2 to
a new group
Disc
Group 1
1 2 3
4 5 6
While the recorder is stopped, press
MENU/ENTER.
2
Press . or > until “EDIT”
appears in the display, and then press
MENU/ENTER.
3
Press . or > until “
: Set”
appears in the display, and then press
MENU/ENTER
The track number of the first track
(“STR”) appears in the display.
4
Press . or > until the number
of the desired first track appears in the
display, and then press MENU/
ENTER.
This selects the first track of the new
group.
Group 2
7 8 9 101112
Registration of non-consecutive tracks is
not possible (for example, track 3 and
tracks 7 and 8 (Group 1) cannot be
registered to a new group).
Track numbers appear according to their
order on the disc, not their order within
the group.
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1
5
Press . or > until the number
of the desired last track flashes in the
display, and then press MENU/
ENTER.
This selects the last track of the new
group.
“
:” appears in the display and the
group is set.
To cancel the procedure
Press x • STOP for 2 seconds or more.
To return the preceding
setting
Press x • STOP.
Notes
• In step 4, the first track must be either the first
track of an existing group or a track that does
not belong to a group.
• When selecting the last track in step 5, make
sure the track comes after the one selected in
step 4. The last track must be either the last
track of an existing group or a track that does
not belong to a group.
To release a group setting
. • REVIEW •
AMS, > • CUE
• AMS
MENU/ENTER
5
6
Press . or > until
“
: Release” appears in the display,
and press MENU/ENTER.
“Release?” and “PushENTER”
appear in the display.
Press MENU/ENTER.
The group setting of the selected
group is released.
To cancel the procedure
Press x • STOP for 2 seconds or more.
To return the preceding
setting
Press x • STOP.
Moving a track in a disc with
group setting
You can move a track from one group out
of the group or to another group. You can
also move a track that does not belong to a
group to an existing group.
Disc
Group 1
Group 2
1 2 3 4
5 6
1 2 3 4
Group 3
1 2 3
Moving track number 2 in
group 1 to track number 3 in
group 2
x • STOP
1
2
3
4
Select a group you want to release
and check the contents (see “Playing
a track in group play” (page 33)).
Disc
Group 1
Press x • STOP.
1 2 3
4 5
Group 2
Group 3
1 2 3 4 5
1 2 3
Press MENU/ENTER.
Press . or > until “EDIT”
appears in the display, and then press
MENU/ENTER.
continued
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6
. • REVIEW •
AMS, > • CUE
• AMS
MENU/ENTER
Press . or > until the
destination track number (the track
number within a group if the
destination is a different group)
appears in the display, and then press
MENU/ENTER to enter your
selection.
To cancel moving
Press x • STOP for 2 seconds or more.
1
2
3
4
5
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While playing the track you want to
move, press MENU/ENTER.
Press . or > until “EDIT”
appears in the display, and then press
MENU/ENTER.
The recorder plays the selected track
repeatedly.
Press . or > until “Move”
appears in the display, and then press
MENU/ENTER.
To return the preceding
setting
Press x • STOP.
Changing the order of a group
on a disc (Group Move)
. • REVIEW •
AMS, > • CUE
• AMS
MENU/ENTER
Press . or > until
“
: Move” appears in the display,
and then press MENU/ENTER.
When moving a track out of a group,
skip this step.
When moving a track to a different
group, press . or > until the
destination group appears in the
display, and then press MENU/
ENTER.
1
While playing a track within a group
whose order you want to change,
press MENU/ENTER.
2
Press . or > until “EDIT”
appears in the display, and then press
MENU/ENTER.
3
Press . or > until “Move”
appears in the display, and then press
MENU/ENTER.
4
Press . or > until “ : Move”
appears in the display, and then press
MENU/ENTER.
The group number appears and the
destination group number in a disc
flashes in the display.
Currently selected
Group number
Destination
group number
To erase a group
You can erase tracks in a selected group.
Note that once a recording has
been erased, you cannot retrieve it.
Be sure to check the contents of
the group before you erase it.
MENU/
ENTER
ERASE
5
Press . or > to select the
destination point on the disc, and then
press MENU/ENTER.
To cancel moving
Press x • STOP for 2 seconds or more.
To return the preceding
setting
Press x • STOP.
1
2
3
4
x • STOP
GROUP
Select a group you want to erase and
check the contents (see “Playing a
track in group play” (page 33)).
Press x • STOP.
Press ERASE while pressing
GROUP.
“GP Erase?” and “PushENTER”
appear alternately in the display.
Press MENU/ENTER to erase the
group.
To cancel erasing
Press x • STOP.
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Other operations
Useful settings
The recorder has many menus with useful functions for recording, playback, editing, etc.
The following table shows the menu items that you can select.
Category
Function
Recording SynchroRecording
Playing
Editing
General
What it does
Site
page
Simplifies operations during digital
recording.
page 23
Adding track
marks (Divide)
You can add track marks manually or
page 24
automatically (at 10-minute time interval).
Selecting the
microphone
sensitivity
Sets the microphone sensitivity to suit the
source sound.
page 39
Group recording
Sets the recorder to create a new group
with each recording operation.
page 39
Changing the
sound quality
Selects to the desired sound mode.
page 26
Selecting the play
mode
Selects the play mode, such as repeat play, page 27
program play, etc.
Starting an
operation quickly
Sets the recorder to quickly start playback page 40
or cue to a track, or to quickly write data
after a recording operation is stopped.
Moving
Changes the order of tracks or groups.
page 30
(track)
page 35
(group)
Assigning tracks to Assigns recorded tracks or groups to a
groups
new group.
page 34
Releasing a group
Releases group settings.
page 35
Setting for using a
foot control unit
Sets the recorder for use with the optional
foot control unit.
page 40
How to use the menu items
To set the menu items, do the following procedure.
. • REVIEW •
1 Press MENU/ENTER to enter the menu
AMS, > • CUE
2 Press . or > to select the item.
• AMS
3 Press MENU/ENTER to enter the selection.
4 Repeat steps 2 and 3.
To return the preceding setting
Press x • STOP.
To cancel the operation while setting
Press x • STOP for 2 seconds or more.
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MENU/
ENTER
Creating a new group when
recording
By pressing REC, you can set the recorder
to create a new group automatically each
time you record. This is convenient when
recording several CDs in succession.
. • REVIEW •
AMS, > • CUE
• AMS
To select microphone
sensitivity
. • REVIEW •
AMS, > • CUE
• AMS
MENU/
ENTER
1
1
2
2
While the recorder is stopped, enter
the menu and select “REC SET” “
: REC”.
Select “
MENU/
ENTER
: REC ON”.
To turn the setting to normal
Select “
: REC OFF”
Enter the menu and select “REC
SET” - “MIC SENS”.
Select “SENS HIGH” or “SENS
LOW”.
SENS HIGH (factory setting): Use
this setting when recording soft or
normal volume sounds (such as
conversations).
SENS LOW: Use this setting when
recording loud sounds or sound at
close range (such as a narration or a
music concert, etc.)
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Starting an operation quickly
(Quick Mode)
Using an optional foot control
unit
Playback starts quickly after pushing the
playback button or cueing to a track, or an
internal recorder operation starts quickly
(such as writting data after stopping a
recording operation).
If you connect the optional foot control
unit (FS-85B50) to the i jack on the
recorder, you can use your foot to start or
pause playback. If you use the foot
control unit, set the recorder for foot
control use.
. • REVIEW •
AMS, > • CUE
• AMS
1
2
MENU/
ENTER
Enter the menu and select “OPTION”
- “PowerMode”.
Foot control
unit (not
supplied)
MENU/
ENTER
To i
Select “QUICK”.
To switch back to the normal
setting
Select “NORMAL”.
Notes
• When the power mode is set to “QUICK”, the
power remains on within the recorder even
when nothing appears in the display. This
leads to a shorter battery life. The shortened
battery life for each recording mode is as
follows:
Recording
mode
Approx. battery life
(when recording)
SP
15 hours
LP2
17 hours
LP4
18 hours
Monaural
17 hours
• If no recorder operation (including opening or
closing of the lid) occurs for one hour, the
recorder turns off. For this reason, the next
time you start playback or do another
operation, the recorder will not respond
quickly. The unit, however, will return to
quick mode afterwards.
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. • REVIEW •
AMS, > • CUE
• AMS
1
2
Enter the menu and select “OPTION”
- “FOOT SW”.
Select “SW ON”.
Note
The recorder is factory set to “SW ON”.
List of menus
Items listed under “Menu 1” are the selectable items which appear when you press the jog
dial, items listed under “Menu 2” are the selectable items which appear when you select an
item in Menu 1, and “Menu 3” are the selectable items which appear when you select an
item in Menu 2.
Note
Different indication may be displayed depending on the operating conditions and disc settings.
Menu 1
EDIT
Menu 2
Menu 3
: Set
—
: Release
—
: Move y
Move
Normal
: Move
RepeatOFF (factory setting) y RepeatON
PLAY
MODE
1 Track
SOUND
SOUND OFF
—
SOUND 1
—
SOUND 2
—
: Normal
REC SET
TIME MARK
MARK OFF (factory setting) y MARK ON
MIC SENS
SENS HIGH (factory setting) y SENS LOW
: REC
OPTION
: REC OFF (factory setting) y
: REC ON
SYNC REC
SYNC OFF (factory setting) y SYNC ON
PowerMode
NORMAL (factory setting) y QUICK
FOOT SW
SW ON (factory setting) y SW OFF
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Power sources
You can power the recorder not only with
alkaline dry battery but also with house
current. You cannot, however, use
manganese dry battery.
When to replace the
batteries
You can check the battery condition with
the battery indication which is displayed
while using the recorder. The battery
indicator changes due to the battery
condition.
The battery level indicator is approximate.
Battery indicator
Batteries power decreasing
m
Weak batteries
m
The batteries has gone out.
“LOW BATT” flashes in the
display on the recorder, and the
power goes off.
Battery life
The battery life may be shorter due to operating
conditions and the temperature of the location.
When recording1)2)
(Unit: approx.hours)(JEITA3))
Recording mode
Approx. hours
SP
24
LP2
34
LP4
48
MONO
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1) When
using a Sony LR6 (SG) “STAMINA”
alkaline dry batteries (produced in Japan) and
“PowerMode” is set to “NORMAL”
(page 40). Setting “PowerMode” to “QUICK”
result in a shorter battery life (page 40).
2) When recorded with the built-in microphone.
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3) Measured
in accordance with the JEITA
(Japan Electronics and Information
Technology Industries Association) standard.
When playing1)
(Unit: approx.hours)(JEITA2))
Recording Speaker3) Headphones/
mode
earphones4)
SP
45
90
LP2
50
100
LP4
55
110
MONO
50
100
1) When
using a Sony LR6 (SG) “STAMINA”
alkaline dry batteries (produced in Japan) and
“PowerMode” is set to “NORMAL” (page 40).
2) Measured in accordance with the JEITA
(Japan Electronics and Information
Technology Industries Association) standard.
3) When played using the built-in speaker.
4) When played using headphones/earphones.
Notes
• Stop the recorder before replacing batteries.
• An optional AC power adaptor is
recommended for long recording.
Using house current
1
2
3
Attach the supplied clamp filter to the
optional AC power adaptor (see
page 8).
Connect the AC power adaptor to DC
IN 3V.
Connect the AC power adaptor to the
wall outlet.
To wall outlet
AC power adaptor
To DC IN 3V
Notes
• Check that the REC button is not depressed
before connecting the AC power adaptor. If a
disc is inserted and the button is depressed,
recording may start when you connect the AC
power adaptor. If the REC button is depressed,
be sure to remove the disc before you connect
the AC power adaptor.
• For use in your house: Use the AC power
adaptor (not supplied). Do not use an AC
power adaptor other than the recommended
one since it may cause the recorder to
malfunction.
Polarity of the
plug
• There are regional differences in AC-E30HG
specifications. For this reason, you should
verify that the power requirements and plug
configuration are appropriate for your area
before you purchase the recorder.
• Connect the AC power adaptor to an easily
accessible AC outlet. Should you notice an
abnormality in the AC power adaptor,
disconnect it from the AC outlet immediately.
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Additional information
On the headphones/earphones
Precautions
On safety
Do not put any foreign objects in the DC IN 3V
jack.
On power sources
• Use LR6 (size AA) batteries, house current, or
car battery.
• The recorder is not disconnected from the AC
power source (mains) as long as it is
connected to the wall outlet, even if the
recorder itself has been turned off.
• If you are not going to use this recorder for a
long time, be sure to disconnect the power
supply (an optional AC power adaptor, dry
batteries, or car battery cord). To remove the
AC power adaptor (not supplied) from the
wall outlet, grasp the adaptor plug itself; never
pull the cord.
On heat build-up
Heat may build up in the recorder if it is used
for an extended period of time. In this case,
leave the recorder turned off until it cools down.
On installation
• Never use the recorder where it will be
subjected to extremes of light, temperature,
moisture or vibration.
• Never wrap the recorder in anything when it is
being used with the AC power adaptor (not
supplied). Heat build-up in the recorder may
cause malfunction or damage.
• Never carry the recorder together with a hard
object within the supplied carrying pouch.
Friction with the object may cause flacking or
scratching on the recorder’s painted surface.
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Road safety
Do not use the headphones/earphones while
driving, cycling, or operating any motorized
vehicle. It may create a traffic hazard and is
illegal in many areas. It can also be potentially
dangerous to play your recorder at high volume
while walking, especially at pedestrian
crossings. You should exercise extreme caution
or discontinue use in potentially hazardous
situations.
Preventing hearing damage
Avoid using the headphones/earphones at high
volume. Hearing experts advise against
continuous, loud and extended play. If you
experience a ringing in your ears, reduce the
volume or discontinue use.
Caring for others
Keep the volume at a moderate level. This will
allow you to hear outside sounds and to be
considerate of the people around you.
On the MiniDisc cartridge
• When carrying or storing the MiniDisc, keep
it in its case.
• Do not break open the shutter.
• Do not place the cartridge where it will be
subject to light, extreme temperatures,
moisture or dust.
• Attach the supplied MD label only in the
space designated for it on the disc. Do not
stick it on any other disc surface.
Notes on batteries
Incorrect battery usage may lead to leakage of
battery fluid or bursting batteries. To prevent
such accidents, observe the following
precautions:
• Insert the + and – poles of the batteries
correctly.
• Do not try to recharge dry batteries.
• When the recorder is not to be used for a long
time, be sure to remove the batteries.
• If a battery leak should develop, carefully and
thoroughly wipe away battery fluid from the
battery compartment before inserting new
ones.
Note on mechanical noise
The recorder gives off mechanical noise while
operating, which is caused by the power-saving
system of the recorder and it is not a problem.
On cleaning
• Clean the recorder casing with a soft cloth
slightly moistened with water or a mild
detergent solution. Do not use any type of
abrasive pad, scouring powder or solvent such
as alcohol or benzene as it may mar the finish
of the casing.
• Wipe the disc cartridge with a dry cloth to
remove dirt.
• Dust on the lens may prevent the unit from
operating properly. Be sure to close the disc
compartment lid after inserting or ejecting an
MD.
• To obtain the best sound quality, use a dry
cloth to wipe the plug of the headphones/
earphones. Dirty plug may cause sound
distortion or intermittent breaks in the sound.
On the battery compartment
lid
The battery compartment lid is designed to
detach from the recorder when it is handled
with great force. Do the following steps to
reattach the lid.
Slots
Projections
1 Insert the projections on the PUSH OPEN
tab firmly into the slots on the recorder one
at a time.
Note on maintenance
Clean the terminals periodically with a cotton
swab or a soft cloth as illustrated.
2
1
2 Insert the projections on the lid firmly into
the slots on the PUSH OPEN tab one at a
time.
Terminals
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To protect a recorded MD
To record-protect an MD, slide open the tab at
the side of the MD. In this position, the MD
cannot be recorded. To record again, slide the
tab back so the tab is visible.
When the disc is record-protected
Tab
Back of the MD
Recorded material is
protected.
Recorded material is
not protected.
If you have any questions or problems
concerning your recorder, please consult your
nearest Sony dealer. (If a trouble occurred when
the disc was in the recorder, we recommend that
the disc be left in the recorder when you consult
your Sony dealer so that the cause of trouble
may be better understood.)
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Specifications
System
Audio playing system
MiniDisc digital audio system
Laser diode properties
Material: GaAlAs
Wavelength: λ = 790 nm
Emission duration: continuous
Laser output: less than 44.6 µW
(This output is the value measured at a distance
of 200 mm from the lens surface on the optical
pick-up block with 7 mm aperture.)
Recording and playback time
Maximum output (DC)2)
Headphones/earphones: 5 mW + 5 mW (16
Ω)
Speakers (monaural): 140 mW (70 mW × 2)
General
Power requirements
AC power adaptor DC 3V
LR6 (size AA) alkaline dry battery
Battery operation time
See “Battery life” (page 42)
Dimensions2)
Approx. 117.2 × 23.0 × 74.4 mm (w/h/d)
(45/8 × 29/32 × 3 in.) not incl. projecting parts
and controls.
When using MDW-80
Maximum 160 min. in monaural.
Maximum 320 min. in LP4 stereo
Mass
Revolutions
1) The
350 rpm to 2,800 rpm (CLV)
Error correction
ACIRC (Advanced Cross Interleave Reed
Solomon Code)
Sampling frequency
44.1 kHz
Sampling rate converter
Input: 32 kHz/44.1 kHz/48 kHz
Coding
ATRAC (Adaptive TRansform Acoustic
Coding)
ATRAC3 — LP2/LP4
Modulation system
EFM (Eight to Fourteen Modulation)
Speakers (two units)
28 mm (11/8 in.) dia. per unit
Frequency response (digital/analog
input)
20 to 20,000 Hz ± 3 dB
Inputs
Microphone: stereo mini-jack
(minimum input level 0.25 mV)
Line in1):
stereo mini-jack for analog input
(minimum input level 39 mV)
optical (digital) mini-jack for optical
(digital) input
Approx. 150 g (5.3 oz) (main unit only)
LINE IN (OPTICAL) jack is used to
connect either a digital (optical) cable or a line
(analog) cable.
2) Measured in accordance with JEITA.
Optional accessories
AC power adaptor AC-E30HG
Optical Cable POC-15B, POC-15AB
Line Cable RK-G129, RK-G136
Stereo Microphones ECM-719
Recordable MDs MDW-series
Foot control unit FS-85B50
MDR series stereo headphones/earphones*
* When using optional headphones/earphones,
use only headphones/earphones with stereo
mini plugs. You cannot use headphones/
earphones with micro plugs.
Your dealer may not handle some of the above
listed accessories. Please ask the dealer for
detailed information about the accessories in
your country.
US and foreign patents licensed from Dolby
Laboratories.
Design and specifications are subject to change
without notice.
Outputs
i: stereo mini-jack
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Troubleshooting and explanations
Troubleshooting
If a problem occurs during recorder operation, follow the steps described below before
consulting the nearest Sony dealer. If any messages appear, it is recommended to take
notes.
1
2
Check to see if the problem is listed in, “Troubleshooting” (page 48).
Check “Messages” (page 53) for the problem as well.
If after step 1 you still cannot solve the problem, consult your nearest Sony dealer.
While recording
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Symptom
Cause/Remedy
Recording cannot be
done correctly.
• Audio sources may not be securely connected.
, Disconnect the audio sources once and connect them again
(pages 21, 22).
• There is no digital signal from the portable CD player.
, When recording digitally from a portable CD player, use
the AC power adaptor and disable the anti-skip function
(such as ESP) on the CD player (page 21).
• The analog recording was made using a connecting cord with
an attenuator.
, Use a connecting cord without an attenuator (page 22).
• The power sources was disconnected or a power outage
occurred during recording.
, The recording result is not recorded on the disc. Make
recording again.
• The premastered MD is inserted.
, Replace to the recordable MD.
• The remaining recordable time on the disc is 12 seconds or
less (“DISC FULL” appears).
, Replace the disc.
Momentary noise is
heard when recording.
• Due to the special digital audio compression technology used
in LP4 stereo mode, momentary noise may occur on very rare
occasions with certain sound sources.
, Record in SP or LP2 mode (page 18).
The lid does not open
after recording.
• The lid does not open until “TOC Edit” disappears in the
display.
Symptom
Cause/Remedy
“TR FULL” appears
even before the disc
has reached the
maximum recording
time (60, 74, or 80
minutes) and the
recording cannot be
done.
• This is due to the MiniDisc system limitation.When 254 tracks
have been recorded on the disc, “TR FULL” appears
regardless of the total recorded time. More than 254 tracks
cannot be recorded on the disc.
, To continue recording, erase unnecessary tracks.
• This is due to the MiniDisc system limitation. Tracks of under
The remaining
12 seconds, 24 seconds, 48 seconds in length are not counted
recording time does
and so erasing them may not lead to an increase in the
not increase even after
recording time.
erasing numerous
short tracks.
“TR FULL” appears
even before the disc
has reached the
maximum track
number or recording
time.
• This is due to the MiniDisc system limitation. Repeated
recording and erasing may cause fragmentation and scattering
of data. Although those scattered data can be read, each
fragment is counted as a track. In this case, the number of
tracks may reach 254 and further recording is not possible. To
continue recording, erase unnecessary tracks.
, To continue recording, erase unnecessary tracks.
Troubleshooting and explanations
The total recorded
• This is due to the MiniDisc system limitation. Normally,
time and the remaining
recording is done in minimum units of approximately 2
time on the disc may
seconds (in stereo), 4 seconds (in LP2 stereo mode or
not total the maximum
monaural mode), or 8 seconds (in LP4 stereo mode). When
recording time (60, 74,
recording is stopped, the last unit of recording always uses this
or 80 minutes).
unit of 2 seconds, 4 seconds, or 8 seconds even if the actual
recording is shorter. Likewise, when recording is restarted
after the stop, the recorder will automatically insert a blank
space amounting to 2 seconds, 4 seconds, or 8 seconds before
the next recording. (This is to prevent accidental erasing of a
previous track whenever a new recording is started).
Therefore, the actual recording time will decrease whenever a
recording is stopped; a maximum of 6 seconds, 12 seconds, or
24 seconds compared to the potential recording time for each
stop.
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While playing
Symptom
Cause/Remedy
An MD is not
played normally.
• Repeat play is selected.
, Change back to the normal play (page 27).
• Playback mode is changed.
, Change back to the normal play (page 27).
An MD is not
played from the
first track.
• Disc playing stopped before it came to the last track.
, Press N • PLAY for 2 seconds or more to start playing.
Playback sound
skips.
• The recorder is placed where it receives continuous vibration.
, Put the recorder on a stable place.
• A very short track may cause sound to skip.
, Try not to create a track under one second long.
Sound has a lot of
static.
• Strong magnetism from a television or such device is interfering
with operation.
, Move the recorder away from the source of strong magnetism.
The volume of the
recorded track is
low.
• The track was recorded in analog mode (in digital mode, the
recording level is automatically set to the same level as that of the
sound source). Or you used a connecting cord with an attenuator
(such as an optional RK-G128, RK-G134, etc.) .
, Use a correct connecting cord (such as RK-G129, RK-G136,
etc.).
No sound comes
through the
headphones/
earphones.
• The headphones/earphones plug is not firmly connected.
, Plug in the plug of the headphones/earphones firmly to the i
jack.
• The plug is dirty.
, Clean the plug.
is flashing in the
The recorder skips • The GROUP button has been pressed and
display.
several tracks
ahead or behind
, The recorder returns to normal if no operation is made for 5
whenever you
seconds.
press the . •
REVIEW • AMS
or > • CUE •
AMS button.
The edited tracks
may exhibit sound
dropout during
search operations.
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• This occurs due to the MiniDisc system limitation. The
fragmentation of data may cause sound dropout while searching
because the tracks are played in higher speed than normal
playback.
Symptom
Cause/Remedy
There is no Rchannel sound
output when
playing a track
recorded from a
cassette deck or
through an
amplifier, or when
listening to sound
from a cassette
deck or amplifier.
• There is no R-channel output if the cassette deck or an amplifier is
connected with a monaural cord.
, Make sure to use a stereo connecting cord. If, however, the
connected equipment is monaural, there will be no R-channel
sound output even with a stereo connecting cord.
The optional foot • The recorder is not set for foot control unit use.
control unit does
, Set “FOOT SW” in the menu to “SW ON” (page 40).
not work properly.
While Editing
Symptom
Cause/Remedy
The lid does not
open.
• The power sources have been disconnected during recording or
editing, or the battery have been exhausted.
, Set the power sources again, or replace the exhausted battery
with new ones and press x • STOP.
Editing cannot be
done.
• The power source has been disconnected or a power outage has
occurred during editing.
, The editing done to that point is not saved to the disc. Do the
editing operation again.
Track marks
cannot be erased.
• This is due to the MiniDisc system limitations. When the data of a
track is fragmented, the track mark of a fragment under 12 seconds
long (recorded in stereo), 24 seconds long (recorded in LP2 stereo
mode or monaural mode), or 48 seconds long (recorded in LP4
stereo mode) cannot be erased. You cannot combine a track
recorded in stereo and a track recorded in monaural; nor can you
combine a track recorded with digital connection and a track
recorded with analog connection.
The disc cannot
edit on other
component.
• The component does not support MDLP.
, Edit on other component that support MDLP.
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While using group function
Symptom
Cause/Remedy
The group
function does not
operate.
• While using a disc without group setting, an attempt was made to
select some group-related menu.
, Use a disc with group setting.
A track cannot be
recorded to a new
group. A new
group cannot be
created.
• This is due to the MiniDisc system limitations. If the total number
of characters for the disc can store exceeds approximately 1,700, a
new group cannot be created even though group mode is on. It is
also impossible to make group settings at this time.
Others
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Symptom
Cause/Remedy
The display
window is not
normal.
• The recorder was disconnected from the power source.
, Let the recorder sit for a while, or disconnect the power source,
reconnect it, and then press any of the operation buttons.
The recorder does
not work or works
poorly.
• The volume is low.
, Turn up the volume.
• No disc is inserted.
, Insert a recorded disc.
• The HOLD function is turned on (“HOLD” appears in the display
when you press an operation button on the recorder).
, On the recorder, disable HOLD by sliding the HOLD switch to
the opposite direction of the arrow.
• The lid is not firmly closed.
, Close the lid until it clicks.
• Moisture has condensed inside the recorder.
, Take the MD out and leave the recorder in a warm place for
several hours until the moisture evaporates.
• The dry batteries are weak (“LOW BATT” flashes or nothing
appears).
, Replace the dry batteries with the new one (page 12), or
connect the AC power adaptor to the recorder.
• The dry battery have been inserted incorrectly.
, Insert the battery correctly (page 12).
• The disc is damaged or does not contain proper recording or
editing data.
, Reinsert the disc. Rerecord the disc. If the error message still
appears, replace it with another disc.
• A disc with no track is inserted.
, Replace to another disc.
The recorder does
not work or works
poorly.
• The record protect tab is opened.
, Slide the record protect tab closed (page 46).
• While operating, the recorder received a mechanical shock, too
much static, abnormal power voltage caused by lightning, etc.
, Restart the operation as follows.
1 Take out batteries or disconnect all the power sources.
2 Leave the recorder for about 30 seconds.
3 Insert batteries or connect the power source.
Messages
If the following messages flash in the display window, check the chart below.
Error message
Meaning/Remedy
BLANKDISC
• An MD with no recording on it is inserted.
, Insert a recorded MD.
BUSY
• You tried to operate the recorder while it was accessing the
recorded data.
, Wait until the message goes out (in rare cases, it may take 2–3
minutes).
DISC FULL
• The remaining recording time on the disc is 12 seconds (SP), 24
seconds (LP2 or monaural), 36 seconds (LP4), or less.
, Replace the disc.
ERROR
• There is an internal malfunction in the system.
, Restart the operation by doing steps 1 to 3 on page 53. If the
message appears again, please consult your nearest Sony
dealer.
GroupFULL
• You tried to create a 100th group while editing.
, You can create only up to 99 groups on a disc. Keep the group
number within 99.
Hi DC in
• Voltage of the power supply is too high (The recommended AC
power adaptor or the recommended car battery cord is not used).
, Use the recommended AC power adaptor (not supplied) or the
car battery cord (not supplied).
HOLD
• The recorder is locked.
, Slide HOLD against the arrow to unlock the recorder.
LOW BATT
• Batteries are weak.
, Replace the dry batteries (page 12).
MEM OVER
• You tried to record with the recorder placed where it receives
continuous vibration.
, Put the recorder on a stable place, and start recording again.
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Error message
Meaning/Remedy
NAME FULL
• The group setting cannot be made if group editing will cause the
total number of characters used in track names, group names and
disc name to exceed the maximum.
NO COPY
• You tried to make a copy from a disc that is protected by the Serial
Copy Management System. You cannot make copies from a
digitally connected source which was itself recorded using digital
connection.
, Use analog connection instead (page 22).
NO DISC
• You tried to play or record with no disc in the recorder.
, Insert an MD.
NO EDIT
• You tried to erase a group with a disc without group setting.
, You cannot erase groups with a disc with no groups.
• You selected “ : Set”, “ : Release”, or “Move” while
recording.
• You tried to erase a track, disc, or group while recording.
• You tried to erase a track mark to combine tracks the recorder
cannot combine (a track recorded in stereo and in mono, for
example).
• You tried to overwrite a track marks.
NO SET
• You tried to make the following settings while recording.
— Recording mode
— Selection of “ : REC” in menu
— Play mode while “End” appears in the display
NoOPERATE
• You tried to make the Auto Time Mark setting while recording
through digital connection.
• You tried to press X • PAUSE or TRACK MARK during synchrorecording.
NO SIGNAL
• The recorder could not detect digital input signals.
, Make sure that the source is connected firmly (page 21).
P/B ONLY
• You tried to record or edit on a premastered MD (P/B stands for
“playback”).
, Insert a recordable MD.
PROTECTED
• You tried to record or edit on a MD with the tab in the recordprotect position (page 46).
, Slide the tab back.
READ ERR
• The recorder cannot read the disc information correctly.
, Reinsert the disc.
REC ERR
• Recording was not correctly done.
, Place the recorder at a place with no vibrations and record
again.
• The disc is soiled with an oil film or finger prints, is scratched, or is
not a standard disc.
, Try recording again with another disc.
Error message
Meaning/Remedy
SEL Group
• You selected “ : Move” or you tried to erase a group while the
recorder is selecting a track that does not belong to a group.
, Select a track within a group you want to edit, and then do the
editing operation again.
SEL Track
• You selected “
: Move” or you tried to erase a track after
playback has already finished.
, Do the editing operation again after selecting the desired track
first.
TEMP OVER
• Heat has built up in the recorder.
, Let the recorder cool down.
TOC Edit
• The MD player is recording information (track start and end
position) from the memory to the disk.
, Wait until this process is completed. Do not expose the
recorder to physical shock, nor disrupt power supply.
TOC ERR
• The recorder cannot read the disc information correctly.
, Insert another disc.
, If it is no problem to erase the entire disc, do so (page 31).
TR FULL
• There is no more space for new data when you are editing the MD.
, Erase unnecessary tracks (page 31).
TrPROTECT
• You tried to record or edit a write-protected track that was recorded
on other device.
, Record or edit on other tracks.
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Explanations
About the DSP TYPE-S for ATRAC/ATRAC3
This recorder supports DSP TYPE-S, a specification for high-level Sony MiniDisc decks
equipped with digital signal processors (DSP). This specification allows the recorder to produce
high-quality sound from tracks recorded in MDLP mode. Since it retains DSP TYPE-R support,
the recorder produces superior results during recording or playback in SP (normal stereo) mode.
How the MiniDisc got so small
The 2.5-inch MiniDisc, encased in a plastic cartridge that looks like a 3.5-inch diskette (see
illustration on the left column), uses a new digital audio compression technology called ATRAC
(Adaptive TRansform Acoustic Coding). To store more sound in less space, ATRAC extracts and
encodes only those frequency components actually audible to the human ear.
The meaning of “no sound”
“No sound” describes a recorder condition in which the input level is about 4.8 mV during
analog input or less than –89 dB during optical (digital) input (with 0 dB as full bit (the
maximum recordable level for a MiniDisc)).
Quick Random Access
Like CDs, MDs offer instantaneous random access to the beginning of any music track.
Premastered MDs are recorded with location addresses corresponding to each music selection.
Recordable MDs are manufactured with a “User TOC Area” to contain the order of the music.
The TOC (Table of Contents) system is similar to the “directory management system” of floppy
disks. In other words, starting and ending addresses for all music tracks recorded on the disc are
stored in this area. This lets you randomly access the beginning of any track as soon as you enter
the track number (AMS), as well as label the location with a track name as you would file on a
diskette.
A
B
A — User TOC area
Contains the order and start/end points of
the music.
B — Music Data
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Shock-Resistant Memory
One major drawback of optical read systems is that they can skip or mute when subjected to
vibration. The MD system resolves this problem by using a buffer memory that stores audio data.
Note on digital recording
This recorder uses the Serial Copy Management System, which allows only first-generation digital
copies to be made from premastered software. You can only make copies from a home-recorded MD by
using the analog (line out) connections.
Premastered software such as CDs or
MDs.
Microphone, record player, tuner, etc (with
analog output jacks).
Analog recording
Digital recording
Home-recorded MD
Homerecorded
MD
No
digital
recording
Recordable
MD
Digital recording
Recordable
MD
No
digital
recording
Recordable
MD
If you have any questions or problems concerning your recorder, please consult your nearest Sony
dealer. (If a trouble occurred when the disc was in the recorder, we recommend that the disc be left in
the recorder when you consult your Sony dealer so that the cause of trouble may be better understood.)
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This warranty is valid only in the United States.
Printed in Malaysia
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