LG ADR-620 Owner's manual

LG ADR-620 Owner's manual
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ADR-620
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
NOTE
:
RECORD YOUR MODEL NUMBER
CAUTION : INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION
The interference
(Now, while you
WHEN OPEN AND INTERLOCKS DEFEATED.
This
can see
it)
potential to the device.
equipment generates and uses radio
frequency energy and if not installed and used
properly, that is in strict accordance with the
AVOID EXPOSURE TO BEAM.
The model and serial number of your new
CD RECORDER are located on the back of
WARNING : OSYNLIG
the CD RECORDER cabinet. For your future
convenience, we suggest that you record
FARLIG.
these numbers here
:
LASERSTRALNING
manufacturer's instructions, may cause
interference to radio and television reception.
NAR DENNA DEL AR OPPNAD STRALEN AR
ATTENTION : Quand
l'appareil est ouvert,
ne
It has been
pas
s'exposer aux radiations invisibles du faisceau
This label is located
SERIAL NO.
CLASS1
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION
:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF
on
the interior.
LASER PRODUCT
compact Disc
player is classified as a
LASER PRODUKT
LUOKAN 1
LASER LAITE
product.
KLASS 1
LASER APPARAT
The CLASS 1 LASER
CLASSE 1
PRODUIT LASER
ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT REMOVE
This
KLASSE 1
CLASS 1 LASER
on
the exterior.
COVER(OR BACK).
NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
(FOR
SERVICE PERSONNEL.
CUSTOMERS IN
Explanation Graphical Symbols
:
user
to the presence of
risk of electric shock to
persons.
The exclamation
digital apparatus meets all requirements of
Interference-Causing Equipment
the Canadian
WARNING
-
-
Consult the dealer
:
SHOCK HAZARD-DO NOT OPEN
(polarisee)
receptacle
ou une
:
electriques, n'utilisez pas
avec une rallonge, un
autre prise si vous ne
pouvez pas y inserer les broches a fond.
MISE EN GARDE
Cet
appareil numerique de la classe B
toutes les exigences de Reglement
respecte
sur
le materiel brouilleur de Canada.
AVERTISSEMENT
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR
RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUENE-PAS
ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS
APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
OUVRIR
(FOR CUSTOMERS IN THE UNITED STATES OF
AMERICA)
To avoid electrical shock, do not open the
cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified personnel
only.
Note to CATV system installer :
provided to call the CATV
This reminder is
CAUTION
Use of controls
-
system installer's attention
adjustments or performance
of procedures other than those specified herein
or
to Article 820-40 of
the NEC that
provides guidelines for proper
grounding and, in particular, specifies that the
cable ground shall be connected to the
grounding system of the building, as close to
the point of cable entry as practical.
may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
(FOR THE CUSTOMERS IN EUROPE)
If this product is marked with the CE-symbol, it
means which is conformed to EMC regulation
89/336/EEC.
Laser component in this product is capable of
radiation exceeding the limit for Class 1.
emitting
Zenith is
a
trademark of ZEC ⓒ
Copyright Zenith
-2-
Electronics
Corporation
2000
experienced
help.
or an
radio/TV technician for
Regulations.
cette fiche
:
guarantee
a
connected.
alert the
important operating and
maintenance of important
operating and maintenance
(servicing) instructions in the
literature accompanying the
appliance.
in
-
Pour eviter les chocs
to the presence of
no
are
particular
equipment does cause
interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user in encouraged
to try to correct the interference by one of
more of the following measures :
Reorients or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the
equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into outlet on a circuit
occur
different from that to which the receiver is
MISE EN GARDE
WARNING
installation. However, there is
that interference will not
EXPOSURE.
point within an
equilateral triangle is intended to
user
subparts J of Part 15 of FCC Rules, which
designed to provide reasonable protection
against such interference in a residential
BE FULLY INSERTED TO PREVENT BLADE
This class B
dangerous voltage
within the product's enclosure that
may be of sufficient magnitude to
a
CORD, RECEPTACLE, OR
OTHER OUTLET UNLESS THE BLADES CAN
uninsulated
constitute
:
AN EXTENSION
Lightning flash with
arrowhead symbol, within an
equilateral triangle is intended to
The
alert the
CANADA)
TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT USE THIS(POLARIZED) PLUG WITH
CAUTION
to comply
computing device
the specifications in
class B
installation. If this
PRODUCT label is
located
a
in accordance with
laser.
MODEL NO.
type tested and found
with the limits for
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
FOR CUSTOMERS IN THE UNITED
Accessories
STATES
unstable cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or
table. The product may fall, causing serious
CAUTION
:
Read all of these instructions.
Save these instructions for later
use.
Follow all
marked
warnings and instructions
on the audio equipment.
Read Instructions
All the
-
safety and
operating instructions should
product is operated.
be read before
the
Retain instructions
operating
The
-
safety and
Warnings All warnings of the
product and in the operating.
-
Follow instruction
All
-
and
operating
use
instructions should be followed.
Slots and openings in the
provided for ventilation and to
ensure reliable operation of the product and
to protect it from overheating, and these
openings must not be blocked or covered.
The openings should never be blocked by
placing the product on a bed, sofa, rug, or
other similar surface. This product should
not be placed in a built-in installation such
cabinet
as a
Cleaning Unplug this product from the
wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid
cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp
cloth the cleaning.
-
Attachments
Do not
-
recommended
attachments not
water
manufacturer
hazards.
Water and Moisture
near
use
by the product
they may cause
-
-
Do not
for
use
example,
this
near a
bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink, or laundry
tub; in a wet basement; or near a swimming
pool;
A
and the like.
product and
be moved with
force, and
product
place this product on
injury to a child or adult, and serious
damage to the product. Use only with a
stand, tripod, bracket, or table
recommended by the manufacturer or sold
with the product. Any mounting of the
product should follow the manufacturer's
instructions and should use a mounting
accessory recommended by the
Ventilation
instructions should be retained for
Heed
product
Do not
manufacturer.
future reference.
as
-
an
cart combination should
care.
Quick stops, excessive
surfaces may cause the
and cart combination to overturn.
uneven
-
are
bookcase
ventilation is
or
rack unless proper
or the manufacturer's
provided
instructions have been followed.
Power-Cord Protection
This product should be
operated only from the type of power source
indicated on the marking label. If you are not
sure of the type of power supply to your
home, consult your product dealer or local
power company. For products intended to
operate from battery power, or other
sources, refer to the operating instructions.
-
Grounding or Polarization This product
may be equipped with a polarized
alternating-current line plug(a plug having
one blade wider than the other). This plug
will fit into the power outlet only one way.
This is a safety feature.
¢"If you are unable to insert the plug fully into
the outlet, try reversing the plug. If the plug
fully into the outlet, try reversing the plug. If
the plug should still fail to fit, contact your
electrician to replace your obsolete outlet.
Do not defeat the safety purpose of the
polarized plug.
-
-3-
-
so
that
Protective Attachment
Plug The product
equipped with an attachment plug having
overload protection. This is a safety feature.
See Instruction Manual for replacement or
resetting or protective device. If replacement
of the plug is require, be sure the service
technician has used a replacement play
specified by the manufacturer that has the
same overload protection as the original
plug.
-
is
Lightning For added protection for this
product during a lightning storm, or when it
is left unattended and unused for long
periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet
-
and disconnect the antenna
or
cable
system, This will prevent damage
product due to lightning
Power Source
Power
supply
they are not
likely to be walked on or pinched by items
placed upon or against them, paying
particular attention to cords at plugs,
convenience receptacles, and the point
where they exit from the product.
cords should be routed
surges.
and
to the
power-line
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
ANTENNA
LEAD IN WIRE
GROUND
ANTENNA
CLAMP
DISCHARGE UNIT
(NEC
SECTION
810-20)
GROUNDING CONDUCTORS
(NEC
SECTION
810-21)
ELECTRIC
SERVICE
EQUIPMENT
GROUNDING CLAMPS
POWER SERVICE GROUNDING
ELECTRODE SYSTEM
NEC-NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE
Overloading
-
Do not overload wall outlets,
extension cords,
receptacles,
or
as
or
this
integral
can
c)
convenience
result in
a
risk of fire
electric shock.
Object and Liquid Entry Never push
objects of any kind into product through
opening as they may touch dangerous
voltage points or short-out parts that could
result in fire or electric shock. Never spill
liquid of any kind on the product.
-
Servicing Do not attempt to service this
product yourself as opening or removing
covers may expose you to dangerous
voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing
to qualified service personnel.
-
Damage Requiring Service Unplug this
product from the wall outlet and refer
serving to qualified service personnel under
the following conditions :
a) When the power-supply cord or plug is
damaged.
b) If liquid has been spilled, or objects have
fallen into the product.
-
If the
product has
been
exposed to
(NEC
rain
or
water.
If the product does not operate normally
by following the operating instructions.
Adjust only those controls that are
covered by the operating instructions as
an improper adjustment of other controls
may result in damage and will often
require extensive work by a qualified
technician to restore the product to its
normal operation.
e) If the product has been dropped or
damaged in any way.
f) When the product exhibits a distinct
change in performance, this indicates a
d)
need for service.
Replacement Parts When replacement
parts are required, be sure the service
technician has used replacement parts
specified by the manufacturer or have the
-
same
characteristics
characteristics
as
the
as
the
same
original parts.
¢"Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire,
electric shock, or other hazards.
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ART
250, PART H)
Safety Check Upon completion of any
service or repairs to this product, ask the
service technician to perform safety checks
to determine that the product is in proper
operating condition.
-
Wall
Ceiling Mounting
or
should be mounted to
as
recommended
Heat
-
The
a
by the
The
-
wall
or
product
ceiling only
manufacturer.
product should
be situated
away from heat source such as radiators,
heat registers, stoves, or other
products(including amplifiers)
heat.
that
produce
TABLE OF CONTENTS
2
Instructions
Important Safety
Table of Contents
5
Introduction
6
Front-Panel Controls
8
Front-Panel Information
4X Dub
Display
13
Installation and Connections
15
CD
16
Playback
Normal
17
Search
17
Track
17
Dual-Play
17
Dual-Deck
Recorders.
plays all standard CD audio discs
recording, the unit uses special CD-R
and CD-RW discs designed only for audio
use. CD-R discs designed for computer use
The unit
but for
will not work in the unit.
Playback Programming
Capabilities
Play
Optical and
Outputs
Skip
Mode
Headphone Listening
Display
Programmed Play
Lists
make
copy of most CDs for your
personal use. However, it is not
21
Before
21
Disc
Dubbing
22
CD
Sync Recording
22
Recording
Recording
from
an
External Source
CD-R and CD-RW Discs
24
Erasing
an
24
Erasing
a
and
a
Erasing CD-RW
Discs
CD-R
recording
is
Once finalized, CD-R discs will play in any
CD player, but CD-RW discs will only play in
a
RECORDINGS MAY BE MADE FOR
ONLY, AND ANY
UNAUTHORIZED COPYING IS
Entire CD-RW Disc
Track
26
Troubleshooting Guide and
27
Technical
Error
own
possible to make a digital copy from
another digital copy. It is possible to
make an analog copy of a digital copy.
PERSONAL USE
Messages
Specifications
-5-
§ Check the
specifications
of your CD
you have questions about
CD-RW discs.
SUBJECT TO THE APPLICABLE LAW.
CD-RW Disc
Single
Use of
This
Repeat Programmed Play
Unfinalizing
Digital Input for
Copyright Warning Notice.
product is equipped with the Serial
Copy Management System(SCMS) to
protect the rights of copyright owners.
As a part of this system, it is possible to
Clearing
Recording
24
a
players.
Lists
and
Checking, Editing
Unfinalizing
making
the finalization process. Unless this step is
properly done, the disc will not work in other
the unit and certain other machines.
Programming Play
24
Digital Inputs and
Sample-Rate Convertor Allows
DAT Players as Digital Source
Program Play
Finalizing
The last step in
Use with Portable Devices
18
24
Coaxial
Front-Panel Coaxial
Operation
Time
CD
for Both CD-R and
Extensive
18
20
Speed
Dual-Play Capability
Discs
16
new
following sections of the
provide information about the
special features and capabilities of CD
Audiophile-Grade AKM Digital-to-Analog
Converters for Highest Audio Quality
Basics
Loading
Recording
attention to the
Basics
16
15
CD-R/CD-RW
Erasable CD-RW Discs
Remote Control Functions
Recording
About CD
get the most enjoyment from your
CD-R recorder, please pay special
manual that
11
19
Player and
Recorder
Rear-Panel Connections
19
Important Information
Features
Dual-Deck CD
10
21
Special
In order to
5
19
INTRODUCTION
player if
compatibility with
As with all CD
players, except those
designed specifically for portable use, you
should never move a CD player while there
is
a
disc inside
move
one
of the decks. NEVER
the unit until discs have been
removed from both decks.
FRONT-PANEL CONTROLS
31
30
2928
27
26
25
PREV.
NEXT
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16 15
14
REC LEVEL
DUAL
DISPLAY
P
INPUT
NEXT
EV.
D SPLA
5
6
ADR-620
4
OPEN/CLOSE
PLAY
PAUSE
STOP
PLAY
PAUSE
STOP
7
OPEN/CLOSE
3
8
2
9
11 0
POWER
PLAYBACK
PHONES
1
2
PHONES LEVEL
3
1
Power Switch
2
Play
3
Headphone Jack
4
Headphone
REC
CD SYNC
DUBBING
SPEED
ERASE
FINALIZE
REC/PLAY
DIGITAL RECORDING SYSTEM
DIGITAL IN
45
6
Deck
Level Control
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
23
Remote Sensor
24
Play-Deck Stop
Open
25
Play-Deck
Next
12
Record Deck
13
Analog-Record
14
Record-Deck
15
Level Control
Record-Deck
Stop
26
Play-Deck
Previous
Digital Input
16
Record-Deck
Display Select
27
Play-Deck
Pause
6
Record Button
17
Input Select
28
Play-Deck Display Select
7
Speed
18
Record-Deck Pause
29
Dual-Play Selector
8
CD
19
Record-Deck Next
30
Play-Deck Play
9
Erase
20
Record-Deck Previous
31
Play-Deck Open
10
Dubbing
21
Record-Deck
11
Finalize
22
Information
5
1
Sync.
Power Switch
:
Press this switch to
apply
power to the unit.
2
Play
Deck
:
Digital Input
Display
or
play
CD-
RW discs that have been finalized.
This coaxial
digital input may
portable digital audio
player to the unit for digital recording. When an
active digital signal is connected to both the
front-and rear-panel coaxial inputs, the source
connected to the front-panel input will be
selected for recording.
:
be used to connect
This disc deck is used to
back conventional CD discs and CD-R
5
Play/Select
a
3
Headphone Jack : Connect standard
headphones to this jack for private listening.
CD
: Press this button once to begin
recording of a single track from
an external CD player when a digital
connection is used. Press it twice to begin
automated recording of an entire disc.
6
the
Record Button
recording
:
Press this button to
begin
process.
Sync
automated
9
Erase
more
4
Headphone Level Control : Turn this
control to adjust the volume level to the
headphones. Note that the use of this control
will not change the analog output levels at the
rear-panel audio outputs play(CDP)-Deck
analog output and Record(CDR)-Deck-Analog
8
an
Speed
:
Press this button to select the
recording speed
for internal dubs.
output.
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Press this button to
or
has
already been finalized
erasing
erase one or
the entire contents of
unfinalized CD-RW disc. When
a
an
CD-RW disc
you may erase the
you may "unfinalize" the disc by
the TOC data.
entire disc
7
:
tracks
or
FRONT-PANEL CONTROLS
10
Dubbing
Press this button to
:
begin the
process of marking a complete copy of the
disc in the Play Deck to a CD-R or CD-RW
Finalize
recording
is
:
complete to
process. The
Record Deck
locate
a
initiate the finalization
Button
Play/Select
on
the
finalization. Until this button is
pressed
finalization process is
complete, CD-R
may not be
conventional CD
played
on
beginning
disc is
and the
in
one
reverse
it will
quickly releasing
move
to the
previous track.
each press will
programming
or
stopped. Once a track
discs
mode to
move
play when
machines.
or
12 Record Deck
:
This Disc Deck is used to
play back CD, CD-R
also used for
Analog-Record
13
Level Control
adjust
the
tapping
to
move
When
a
27
is
cassettes,
as
analog
or
when CDs
are
The
sources
such
recorded in
an
mode.
Open
Press this button to
:
pressing
Press this button to
:
button
28
button to
options
17
on
the
Display Select
:
for
Deck is the
coax or
when
options for the Play
digital
When the Record
Play mode, pressing
paused, pressing this
a
a
disc is
this button
22 Information
the information
the
Display
a
30
The indicators in
:
of the unit.
operation
:
The Remote
playing
quickly releasing
next track on a disc in
programming
stopped.
Once
a
or
play,
in the Record
Do not
area.
obscure this part of the front
24
Play-Deck Stop
:
cover or
panel to
avoid
Press this button to
Play-Deck
or
Next
functions. When
a
:
This button has two
disc is
playing
in the
Deck press and hold this button to
disc in
a
fast-forward mode to
button and
quickly releasing
programming
or
play,
or
stopped. Once a track
play
Deck
or
Play
play the
quickly locate a
tapping the
it will
play when
move
to the
enter the track
the disc is
is entered, it may be
button
on
remote control.
locate
tapping
the
play when
move
the
a
to the
Remote Control.
Previous
:
on
This button has
playing
Deck press and hold this button to
a
fast-reverse mode to
desired passage. At any time,
button and
beginning
the disc is
button
Play-Deck
disc in
enter the track
Play
26
two functions. When a disc
track is entered, it may be
played by simply pressing
the Record Deck
quickly
it will
or
as
Press this
Press this button to
playback at the same
separate, independent CD
external
as
source
possible to
while the
standard CD
press will
disc is
one
quickly releasing
stopped,
for
in the
Play
play the
quickly locate a
tapping the
it will
move
to the
of the current track, and the next
move
to the
previous track.
each press will
programming
or
move
play when
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Play-Deck Play
When
a
back
the disc is
:
Play
record
Deck
player.
Press this button to
begin playback of a CD
31
sensor
This button has two
Deck, press and hold this button to play the
button and
an
dubbing
played by simply pressing the Play
desired passage. At any time,
time and function
functioning
Display provide status reports
23 Remote Sensor
for
previously
button will restart
disc in-a fast-forward mode to
enable both CD Decks to
:
from
the
functions. When
Dual-Play Selector
start certain record functions.
next track on a disc in
playback.
:
:
Deck.
play,
it may be used to enter
desired passage. At any time,
19 Record-Deck Next
for
pressed
stop the CD in the Play Deck.
recording.
will pause the disc. If the disc has
the
Press this
Press this button to select
:
playback.
cycle through the time display
selection
25
18 Record-Deck Pause
been
:
cycle through the time display
input source (analog, digital
optical)
This button
:
for Record Deck.
Input Select
Deck
previously been paused,
this button will restart the
Play-Deck Display Select
button to
any malfunction with the remote.
stop the CD in the Record Deck.
16 Record-Deck
Play
this button will pause the
running, pressing
disc. If the disc has
When the
:
machine in
control is behind this
Stop
on
remote control.
Play / Select
or
button
back
that receives the commands from the remote
open the Record Deck.
15 Record-Deck
Pause
units. In this mode it is also
on
14 Record-Deck
Play-Deck
standard CD is in the Record Deck to put the
or
Play
level when
input
making recordings from analog
:
the
remote control.
or
quickly
is entered, it may be
has two functions. It may be
and CD-RW discs ; it is
recording CDs.
control is used to
Record-Deck
Deck
Play
29
21
track is entered, it may be
a
played by simply pressing
the disc is
played by simply pressing the Play
the Record Deck
stopped. Once
the
of the current track, and the next
stopped,
for
fast
a
desired passage. At any time,
press will
within three seconds to activate
pressed
a
the button and
the
Remote Control must be
or
playing
in the
Record Deck, press and hold this button to
play the disc
Press this button when
This button has
:
two functions. When a disc is
disc in the Record Deck.
11
20 Record Deck Previous
Play
Deck
or
process.
Play-Deck Open
Play Deck.
open the
in the
:
Press this button to
the
FRONT-PANEL INFORMATION DISPLAY
O
QS
Y
M
K
N
C
A
X
L
GI
F
Random Indicators
J
Dual-Play
B
Program
Indicators
K
Information
C
Level Indicators
L
Time Indicators
D
Repeat
M
Remaining-Time
Indicators
Repeat-Status
F
Speed
G
Copy-Prohibit
H
Dubbing
I
Sync
Indicators
Indicators
Indicator
Indicator
Indicator
N
L
CEK
A
BD
HJ
A
E
M
VTRP
E
BD
O
USQ
W
Indicator
Displays
Indicators
S
CD Indicators
T
Record Indicator
U
Finalize Indicator
V
Erase Indicator
N
Total-Time Indicators
W Auto Indicator
O
Track-Time Indicators
X
Analog
P
R/RW Indicator
Y
Digital
Q
Play/Pause
R
Sample-Rate Converter
Indicator
Indicator
Indicators
Note : Since the unit is a dual-deck player/recorder, there are two separate sets of indicators for the Random, Program, Repeat, Repeat
Status, Time, Total Time and Track Time. In addition, there is a separate Information Display, Play/Pause Indicator and CD Indicator for each deck. As
the function of these indicators is identical for both decks, they are described in this manual with a common letter. When the unit is playing or recording
a disc, any indicators that light on the left side of the display describe to the status of the Play Deck, while those that light on the right side of the display
describe the status of the Record Deck. Depending on the activity of the unit and the settings you select, different indicators may light on the two sides
Important
at the same time.
A
Random Indicator
when random
for
one
:
These indicators
has been
playback
light
programmed
E Repeat-Status Indicators : These indicators
display the type of repeat function being used.
of the CD decks.
F
B
Program
when
for
one
Indicators : These indicators
of the CD deck is
light
being programmed
Speed
Indicators
which record
speed
:
recordings.
Dual
:
These LEDs
an
Copy-Prohibit Indicator : This indicator
lights when a recording is not possible due to
the intervention of the Serial Copy Management
System (SCMS).
playback decks
K
two
a
Repeat
Indicator
:
The indicator
lights
in the Dual mode,
playing
Indicator : This indicator
repeat function is being used.
lights when
H
Dubbing
when
a
Indicator
:
This indicator
lights
dub is in progress between the two CD
Decks.
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as
at the same time.
Information
Display
:
This
display
serves
functions, showing the time displays for
discs
D
Play
which allows both CD Decks to act
display the
input
during
analog recording, and the
output level during playback.
level
J
when the unit is
playback options.
Level Indicators
Sync Indicator : This indicator lights when
programmed for a CD Sync
recording.
These indicators show
has been selected for dub
G
C
I
the unit has been
playing,
about discs
or
as
well
as
recordings.
displaying
messages
FRONT-PANEL INFORMATION DISPLAY
L Time Indicator
conjunction
with
This indicator
:
one
lights
in
of the time indicators to
show which of the time status modes is active.
M
Remaining-Time Indicator : This
lights when the Information Display
shows the time remaining on a disc.
indicator
R Sample-Rate Converter : This indicator
lights when the Sample-Rate Converter is in
use to change the digital sample rate when the
incoming signal is not the standard 44.1kHz
used by standard CDs. This is an automatic
function and does not require any user
W Auto Indicator
selected for
This indicator
:
lights when the
Information
Display shows the total time of all
tracks
disc.
on a
X
lights when the
Information Display show the running time of
the individual track being played.
:
This indicator
S CD Indicator
standard CD is
:
This indicator shows
which type of recordable disc is present in the
Record Deck. When a CD-R disc is present,
only the
R is lit. The RW
lights when
erasable CD-RW disc is in
Play/ Pause Indicator
playing
lights when
a
in the Record Deck.
: This indicator lights
making a recording and
during the preparations for recording.
flashes
Finalize Indicator
:
This indicator
lights
when the unit is in the Finalization process,
which is required before a CD-R disc may be
played
on a
standard CD machine.
an
use.
:
This indicator
Record Indicator
V Erase Indicator
when
Q
:
when the unit is
U
P R/RW Indicator
These indicators
show the status of the individual CD Decks.
a
recording
lights when
incrementing tracks is
session.
Analog Indicator : This indicator light
an analog source is being recorded.
intervention.
T
O Track Time
This indicator
when
Y
N Total Time
:
the automatic method of
a
:
This indicator
CD-RW disc is
being
only CD-RW disc may be erased;
possible to erase a CD-R disc.
light when the CD is playing, and the
lights when the unit is in a Pause mode.
The
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lights
erased. Note that
it is not
Digital Indicator :
an digital source
when
This indicator
is
being
lights
recorded.
REAR-PANEL CONNECTIONS
R
L
CDP
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
IN
IN
CDR
CDR
IN
1
3
5
OUT
78
9
246
1
Play (CDP)-Deck Analog Output
4
2
Record
(CDR)-Deck Analog Output
5 Record
3
Record
(CDR)-Deck Analog Input
6 Record
1
Play (CDP)-Deck Analog Output
jacks
the
carry the
Play
jacks on
2
analog
audio output
:
signal
Deck. Connect them to the CD
a
receiver, preamp
or
These
from
input
processor.
Record
(CDR)-Deck Analog Output :
carry the output signal from the
Record Deck. Connect them to the Tape
Play/In input jacks on a receiver, preamp or
These
jacks
Record
(CDR)-Deck Analog Input :
jacks accept the analog signals that are
used for CD recordings. Connect them to the
Tape Rec/Play outputs on a receiver, preamp
These
or
4
Play(CDP)-Deck Coaxial-Digital Output
digital-audio output signal
from the Play Deck. Also, if it is the single
mode, it will output from the Record Deck.
Connect it to
coaxial-digital input on a
receiver, processor or digital decoder.
a
(CDR)-Deck Coaxial-Digital Output
(CDR)-Deck Optical-Digital Output
(CDR)-Deck Coaxial-Digital Input
9 AC Power Cord
5 Record(CDR)-Deck Coaxial-Digital
Output : This jack carries the digital audio
output signal from the Record Deck. Connect
it to a coaxial digital input on a receiver,
processor or digital decoder. Also, if it is the
single mode, it will output from the Play Deck.
IMPORTANT NOTE
: The coaxial digital inputs
only be connected to digital input or
output jacks. Even though they use the same
RCA type connector as standard analog audio
should
processor.
This jack carries the
(CDR)-Deck Optical-Digital Input
6 Record (CDR)-Deck Coaxial-Digital
Input : This jack accepts the digital-audio input
signal from a compatible digital audio product
and should be connected directly to a digital
player or to a coaxial-digital output on a CD or
DVD player or an A/V receiver or processor.
processor.
3
7 Record
8 Record
Play (CDR)-Deck Coaxial-Digital Output
:
connections, DO NOT connect them to
conventional analog input or output jacks.
7 Record (CDR)-Deck Optical-Digital
Input : This jack accepts the digital-audio input
signal from a compatible digital audio product,
and should be connected directly to the opticaldigital output on a CD or DVD player or an A/V
receiver
or
processor.
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8 Record (CDR)-Deck Optical-Digital
Output : This jack carries the digital audio
output signal from the Record Deck. Connect
it to an optical digital input on a receiver,
processor or digital decoder. If it is the single
mode, it will output also from the Play Deck.
9
AC Power Cord
:
Connect this
plug to an
AC outlet. If the outlet is switch controlled,
make certain that it is in the ON position
REMOTE CONTROL FUNCTIONS
1
Display Control
2
Numeric
3
Reverse Search
4
Dual
5
Play / Select
6
Previous-Track
7
Pause
8
Program
9
Play (CDP)-Deck Select
Keys
1
Playback
Skip
2
10
Program Check
11
Repeat
12
Clear
13
Record Button
14
Dubbing
15
Input Select
16
Play (CDP)-Deck Open / Close
17
Record
18
Automatic / Manual Track Increment Selector
19
Track Increment
20
CD
21
Speed Select
22
Erase Button
23
Finalize
24
Repeat A-B
25
Record
26
Stop
27
Next Track
28
Random
29
Forward Search
3
29
28
4
5
(CDR)-Deck Open / Close
27
6
7
26
Sync
89
25
10
11
(CDR)-Deck Select
23
12
22
13
Play
24
21
20
14
19
15
18
IMPORTANT NOTE
functions
:
Some of the remote's
including Play, Pause, Stop, Search,
16
17
Next and Previous Track, are shared between
the two decks. Always remember the press the
CDP Select button to
use
the remote to control
press the CDR Select button
to control the Record Deck.
the
Play Deck,
or
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REMOTE CONTROL FUNCTIONS
1
Control
Display
Press this button to
:
the various time
cycle through
11
Repeat
Press this button
:
once
to
repeat
display
the current track. To repeat
Deck and
press the button twice, and then press
options for the disc in the Play
Record Deck.
the
Play / Select
an
22
entire disc,
Erase Button
initiate the
Press this button to
:
erasure
entire CD-RW disc
button.
Note that
erasure
of
or
is
a
track
or
of
an
to Unfinalize a disc.
only possible on CD-
RW discs.
2
Numeric
Keys
access a
specific track for playback or
Press these buttons to
:
during the programming
12
in
Reverse Search
selected disc in
play the
a
Press this button to clear
item
an
23
program sequence.
Record Button
begin
manual
a
Press this button to
:
button
recording.
desired passage.
Dual
Playback
14
Dubbing
Press this button to
:
begin
enable both CD Decks to
time and function
same
independent
also
as a
as
15
record from
while the
Deck is
Play
standard CD
an
:
Press this button to select
24
external
functioning
pressed
Play
/ Select
:
Play (CDP)-Deck Open
button to open the
This button has two
functions. It will most often be used
standard
17
play button,
but when
setting
up
as
an
Enter
or
Play
:
complete, CD-R discs
on
played
25
Record
A-B
Repeat
:
Press this button to
to
:
(CDR)-Deck Open Press this
Automatic / Manual Track Increment
Selector
Press this button
backwards to the
skip
track
Skip
beginning
currently being played.
second time to
move
of each
beginning
Record
(CDR)-Deck Select : Press this
Pause
pause
:
increments
a
19
during
Track Increment
during recording,
a
recording
:
27
session.
28
press this button to
Program
Press this button to
programming
sequence for
begin the
one
CD
Sync
begin
of the
digital
to
Play (CDP)-Deck Select
button to control
or
of the disc in the
Play
:
an
Press this
Program
check
or
Check
edit
a
:
Next Track
:
Press this button to
on a
skip
disc.
during CD
once
recording
external CD
begin
automated
29
of
to
a
single
player when
recording
of
an
disc.
21
Press this button to
a
entire
program the functions
Deck.
Speed
Select
:
Press this button to
recording speed for internal
dubs.
programmed playback
sequence.
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Play
:
When the CD Deck is
press this button to
play of all tracks on
Forward Search
play a disc
Press this button
an
Random
begin
a
disc.
This
:
connection is used. Press it twice
select the
10
:
automated
track from
CD decks.
9
playback
recording.
random
Sync or dub recording.
resume
20
8
Press this button to stop
stopped,
playback.
:
:
forward to the next track
When the Manual
function does not operate
momentarily
again to
Stop
or
mode for track increment is selected
previous track.
Press it
playback.
program the functions
of the
Press it
back to the
Press this button to
or
Press this button to select
:
increase the track number. NOTE
7
specify
segment of a disc for repeat play.
of the disc in the Record Deck.
:
26
18
Select button.
Previous-Track
may not
conventional CD machines.
Press this
Deck.
between automatic and manual track
6
and the finalization
button to open the Record Deck.
as a
certain record functions, it is also used
remote
be
button to control
5
or
pressed within three
process is
a
16
Play / Select
input source (analog, digital-coaxial or
digital optical) for recording.
player.
a
initiate the
the Record deck
on
button is
Input Select
the
separate,
CD units. In this mode it is
possible to
source
back at the
play
complete to
seconds to activate finalization. Until this
a
Press this button to
:
is
control must be
dub.
4
Press this button when
:
finalization process. The
to locate
reverse
Finalize
recording
Press this button to
:
a
:
process.
13
3
Clear
in
a
:
Press this button to
fast-forward mode.
INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS
To Install batteries
:
Your REMOTE CONTROL HANDSET is
NOTE
powered by two AAA type
good
1. To insert
off the
batteries.
extended
of the handset.
remove
2. Put the two batteries into the
making sure the
positioned.
3.
Replace
the
+
and
-
are
replacing batteries, it always a
replace both at the same time.
When
When the remote will not be used for
them, push the tab backwards and lift
cover
:
idea to
compartment
correctly
period
of time, it is also
the batteries to avoid the
good idea to
possibility of
a
damage due to corrosion.
Batteries contain
chemical substances and
we
recommend that
you dispose of them properly and in
with any local regulations.
cover.
an
compliance
Power Connections
Connet the AC Power Cord to
INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS
RECEIVER
IN
CD
IN
COAXIAL
IN
IN
TAPE
DIGITAL
IN
OUT
OUT
OPTICAL
IN
OUT
OUT
R
AUDIO CD RECORDER
L
CDP
OUT
OUT
OUT
OUT
IN
IN
ADR-620
CDR
CDR
IN
OUT
CD PLAYER
ANALOG
R
DIGITAL
OPTICAL
L
OUT
OUT
OUT
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AC power
If the
switched outlet, remember to turn on the outlet or
product controlling it in order for the unit to
operate.
AUX
an
rear-panel AC outlet on a receiver
or other product is used, make certain that it
provides at least 48 watts, and that the total
power of all products connected does not exceed
the maximum rated output of the product
containing the outlets. If the unit is connected to a
source.
INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS
Locating the
unit
To
It is recommended that the unit not be
placed
a location that is subject to direct sunlight or
extreme heat or
cold,
as
in
these conditions may
input jacks on your receiver or processor. Note
that you may have to change a setting on the
receiver or processor to link the digital input to
the "Tape" button or the specific input selector
associated with the digital inputs.
power receivers, as well as certain other
electronic products, may generate significant
heat. For that reason, do not place the unit
directly on top of an amplifier, receiver, or other
heat source. Always allow at least on inch of free
space on all sides of the, unit as well as other
electronic products, to allow for proper
ventilation.
were
tape
the
or
digital
Consult the owner's manual
on
processor for details,
vary from unit to unit.
configuration
To make
Connections to your Audio System
When connecting the unit, think of the process
if you
play the output of the Record Deck through
digital decoder in your receiver or an exter-
nal processor, connect the CDR Coaxial-Out or
CDR Optical-Out jacks to the matching digital-
damage the discs used in the player, or the
player itself. Note that audio amplifiers or high-
a
the
connecting
a
standard CD
as
player and
cassette recorder. with the addition of
connections.
Play-Deck Connections
rear-panel connections labeled CDP refer to
the outputs of the Play Deck, which functions as
a standard CD player. Connect the analog
left/right CDP outputs to the CD inputs on your
The
receiver, preamp or surround processor. For best
playback results, a digital connection is
recommended
using the CDP coaxial output.
matching coaxial input of
Connect them to the
your receiver, preamp, processor or external
digital decoder. Note that you may have to
change a setting on the receiver or processor to
link the digital input to the "CD" button or input
selector. Consult the owner's manual
device for details,
as
this
on
configuration
that
may vary
from unit to unit.
as
this
recordings from
digital
sources, such as a CD, DVD or MD player, connect the CDR Coaxial-In or CDR Optical-In
jacks on the CDR to the digital output jacks on
connections be
sure
cables, such
the
as
to use coaxial-interconnect
one
supplied with the unit or
applications. Even
cables intended for video
though they have the
correct type of RCA
connector,do not
audio-interconnect cables
use
that have twisted
unit.
optical cables with the unit. To ensure proper
connection of optical cables, fully insert them into
the jack until there is an audible click. This tells
you that the connector has been completely
inserted. Remember to save the plastic dust
caps that cover the optical jacks, and replace
them when a jack is not in use to prevent dust
from entering the connection point.
Connections to
a
portable digital CD or MD
player may also be made by connecting the
Coaxial Digital Output of the player to the
Front-Panel
Digital Input on the unit. Note that
digital inputs are connected, the
unit will give priority to the front-panel input. If it is
impractical to disconnect the rear-panel input
when you need to use the front panel jack,
simply turn off the device connected to the rear
panel input. This will stop the digital signal, and
permit the front panel jack to be used.
when both
are
tape recorder.
a
CDR-Out jacks to the
Play/In jacks of a tape or
input on your receiver or preamp. Connect
CDR-In jacks to the Tape Rec/Out jacks on
or
type of "RCA"
phono jack as standard analog signals, please
take special care to connect digital signals only to
digital jacks. In many cases, the digital jacks may
be identified by an orange colored insert ring
around the center of the jack. When making
digital connections, be sure to use making digital
number of different types of optical connections,
so make certain that you use only "TOS" type
Aux
your receiver
Although digital-
of outputs, you may want to connect one to the
input of your receiver and the other directly to the
standard tape recorder, this might make it easier
for you select it as an input. Connect the analog
the
:
same
with the unit, consult your dealer.
processor, you may find it convenient
analog inputs and outputs to the
a
the
Digital Inputs on the unit directly to the
digital outputs on your CD player or to other
digital device. If the CD player has BOTH types
to connect the
marked for
use
the CDR
rear-panel connections labeled CDR refer to
inputs and outputs for the Record Deck.
Depending on the capabilities of your receiver,
As the unit's functions resemble those of
COAXIAL CONNECTIONS
coaxial connections
your receiver or processor. If your receiver does
not have digital-output jacks, you may connect
the
jacks
CONNECTIONS:
pair construction, as they are
not appropriate for digital signal use. If you have
any questions about the type of cables to use
Record-Deck Connections
or
may
external
The
preamp
your receiver or
IMPORTANT NOTES ON DIGITAL
preamp.
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OPTICAL CONNECTIONS
:
There
are a
CD RECORDING BASICS
CD Recorders (CDRs) are similar to standard
CD players, with the addition of the features and
controls needed for
Note that the unit is
recording
and
specifically designed for the
playback of consumer audio discs,
DISC
FULL
:
when there is not
This message will appear
room left on an unfi-
enough
recording. Functions such as
programming for playback will
be familiar, but the recorder will function slightly
differently than what you may be used to for
magnetic tape recorders.
and cannot be used to copy data discs, DVD
discs, or other optical discs used by video- or
nalized disc to record all the tracks you have
programmed. When you see this message you
computer-game systems.
may either erase tracks from
make room, or you must use
Disc Types
of the messages you will see when
unit may be new to you. Before using
the unit, you may wish to familiarize yourself with
some of the terms used by the unit.
play,
search and
Unlike
Terminology and Display Messages
Compact disc recording has its own terminology,
and
conventional CD
player, the unit uses
three types of discs, and it is important to
understand how each on plays.
a
CDR
some
using the
Additional
aBoth
error
message
displays may
occasionally appear.
decks in the unit will
conventional CD that bears this
play
logo.
back any
Finalize
:
This term refers to the process
that
Discs that bear this
recorded
finalized
on one
logo
completes the recording of a disc by
recording a final Table of Contents and preparing
the disc so that it may be played on other
may be
machines.
time, and when they are
they will play in either deck
in the unit
or
in any conventional CD player, including home,
car and portable models. The Record Deck on
the unit may also be used to record on these
discs, and it will play CD-R/Audio discs even if
they
have not been finalized.
A CD-R disc may not be played on other CD
players until it is finalized. However, once the
finalization process is complete,
may not be recorded on again.
a
CD-R disc
CD-RW discs
only may be "Unfinalized"so that
additional tracks may be recorded on a disc.
TOC
:
Stands for Table of Contents and it refers
to the data recorded on each CD that tells the
Discs that bear this logo may be
recorded on, and they may also be erased and
reused. They may be recorded on or played on
the Record Deck of the unit and in other CD-RW
recorders
CD-RW
compatible players. They
play back in most current CD players
unless the player is CD-RW compatible.
or
will NOT
Discs
designed for use
computer CD-R drives may
in
not be used for
recording in the unit. Only discs specifically
designed for use in consumer CD audio
recorders may be used. If you attempt to
blank-computer-type recordable disc for
recording
on
the unit you will
in the Information
Display
see a
use a
CDR indicator
and NO AUDIO
message appears on the Information Display
REC button is pressed, and recording
when
will not be
possible. However,
discs that have
been recorded in the CD-R drive of
a
computer
may be played in the unit, provided that they
have been properly finalized in accordance with
player how many tracks are on the disc, the total
time of the disc and the running time of each
individual track. Each time
a disc of any sort is
in the unit, you will see a TOC to indicate
that the unit is reading this data from the disc.
placed
This is
any
required to copy the track information to
recording.
OPC
:
Stands for Optical
Processing
Calibration. When you see this message in the
Information Display for the Record Deck,
it
means
that the laser transport inside the unit is
making the calibrations and adjustments needed
so that the recording process is optimized for the
specific disc in use.
BUSY : When you see this message, it means
that the Record Deck is completion part of the
record operation. When you see this message,
do not press any buttons, simply wait until the
message clears from the display.
audio standard IEC958.
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CD-RW disc.
a
CD-RW disc to
a
fresh CD-R
or
PLAYBACK BASICS
Numeric Keys
OPEN/CLOSE PLAY STOP
DUAL PAUSE
PLAY
PAUSESTOPOPEN/CLOSE
DUAL
RANDOM
PLAY
REC LEVEL
DUAL
DI
PLAY
REV.
NEXT
PREV.
INPUT
NEXT
DISPLAY
5
6
ADR-620
4
OPEN/CLOSE
PLAY
PAUSE
STOP
PLAY
PAUSE
STOP
7
OPEN/CLOSE
3
8
2
PAUSE
9
STOP
11 0
REC
CD SYNC
DUBBING
SPEED
ERASE
FINALIZE
POWER
PLAYBACK
PHONES
PHONES LEVEL
POWER
CDR
CDP
REC/PLAY
DIGITAL RECORDING SYSTEM
DIGITAL IN
PLAY DECK
RECORD DECK
CDP OPEN/CLOSE
Discs
Loading
Normal
1. Connect the Power cord and power-up
the unit by pressing the Main POWER
Switch until it latches.
3. To start the
button
the disc tray.
a disc in the tray with the
printed(label) side facing up.
or a
or
finalized CD-
the disc's Table of Contents Information
.
Once that data is read, the Information
Display will show the total number of tracks
The CD Indicator will also
that
a
standard CD is in
When
is
an
placed
on
the disc.
light to
indicate
or
CD-RW disc
in the Record Deck, the letters
OPC will flash
once
optimizing its circuit for maximum
compatibility with the specific recordable
disc in use The number and total running
time of any tracks that have already been
.
recorded will appear in the Information
Display, and the appropriate indicator will
in
tell you if
a
] button
PLAY[
CD-R
or
CD-RW disc is
:
Remember that unfinalized CD-R
CD-RW discs will
only play
or
in the Record
message will appear to remind you to
the disc in the other deck.
play
To go
disc
directly to
a
specific
track
on a
using
the Numeric
Keys.
Note that when
selecting
a
two
digit track
number, the second digit must be entered
within two seconds after the first Numeric
Key
is
pressed.
play all
of the tracks
on a
disc in
appear to alert you to the error.
Data discs will not play and may not be
desired deck, and then press the RANDOM
button.
dubbed in the unit.
Press the CDP
The unit will
on
or
CDR button for the
briefly
examine all of the tracks
the disc and RANDOM Indicator will
illuminate. Each track will be
random order until all tracks
have been
played.
played
on
in
a
the disc
Note that there will be
brief pause in between each track as the
unit searches for the next track to play.
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at any time
] button for the deck
in
use.
only one disc in the unit, it will
automatically stop when all tracks on a disc
have played through.
When there is
a
disc in each deck, the
player will respond in one of two ways,
depending on which way the dual-play
setting is activated. In normal operation,
when the disc in
one
drawer finishes, the
disc in the other drawer will
the
DUAL-Play
will
operate
unit without
Enter the track number
random order
or
STOP[
When the DUAL button is
computer data disc is placed in the
machine, a DATA DISC message will
recorded
stop playback
When there is
NOTE
use.
a
To
Press the
Display will show the
track number being played and running time
of the track. As each new track begins to
play, the track time will reset to 00:00 and
begin to count up for the new track.
To
If
on
the Table of Contents
has been read. This indicates that the unit is
light to
or press the CDP or
the remote for the desired
deck
Deck. If you attempt to play an unfinalized
disc in the Play Deck, a DISC ERROR
use.
unfinalized CD-R
]
The Information
RW disc, TOC will flash while the unit reads
and the total time of all tracks
playback, press the PLAY[
panel for the
deck and then press the
on the remote.
press
momentarily stop the disc at any time
PAUSE[ ] button.
Press either the PLAY[ ] button or the
PAUSE[ ] button to resume playback at
the point where the disc was paused.
Press the
the front
CDR button
the front of the tray
OPEN/CLOSE button.
If the disc is standard CD
on
appropriate
Gently push
To
1. Turn on the Power.
3. Load
4.
Play
2. Insert a disc.
2. Press the OPEN/CLOSE button to open
CDR OPEN/CLOSE
deck.
as a
begin to play.
pressed so that
Indicator is lit, each deck
separate, single-play CD
regard
to the status of the other
PLAYBACK BASICS
PREV.(
DUAL
)
NEXT(
)
PREV.(
NEXT(
)
)
SEARCH(
)
SEARCH(
backward
)
forward
DUAL
PLAY(
NEXT(
REC LEVEL
DUAL
DISPLAY
REV.
NEX
PREV.
NEX
INPUT
DISPLAY
5
6
ADR-620
4
OPEN/CLOSE
PLAY
PAUSE
STOP
PLAY
PAUSE
STOP
PREV.(
7
OPEN/CLOSE
3
8
2
)
)
)
9
11 0
REC
CD SYNC
DUBBING
SPEED
ERASE
FINALIZE
POWER
PLAYBACK
PHONES
PHONES LEVEL
PLAY(
DIGITAL RECORDING SYSTEM
)
STOP(
PLAY(
STOP(
have selected the deck you wish to control
by pressing the appropriate selector CDP or
button before
entering
the desired
remote command.
Skipping
to the
To
from
move
directly
to
When
disc is
a
)
for either the
stopped,
you may press the NEXT[
PREV.[
] button to locate
that you wish to
play.
]
a
Record/CDR
specific track
desired command function.
When the desired
track number appears at the left side of the
appropriate Information Display, press the
PLAY[ ] button to hear that track.
track
on a
a
Track
disc
another,
enter the number for the desired track with
Keys. The disc will pause
briefly to locate the track, and then
immediately play it. When entering a two
digit track number, the second digit must be
entered within two seconds of the first digit.
Mode
Since the unit has
more
than
one
CD deck,
disc in either drawer. When
play
only one deck is playing, the unit is in the
Single mode.
In the Single mode, the audio output will be
fed to all digital and analog jacks for both
decks. This means you may select the input
a
you may
Play
Deck conncted to "CD" and the Record
Deck connected to "TAPE", when only
playing, either input may be
When
disc is
It is also
discs at once,
the Dual mode. To initiate dual-mode
using
playback, press the DUAL button on the
front panel or remote. When the DUAL-Play
Indicator is lit, you may play a different disc
in both decks at the
same
are
automatically stop playback of
the disc in the Record Deck while the disc
in the
Play
Deck continues to
output of the play deck will be
sets of output jacks.
Dual-Deck
play.
The
sent to both
Operation
Since the unit has two separate CD decks, it
may be used to function as two-disc
changer,
so
that you
can
continually play
two discs.
time. The output
Single-Play mode,
by the DUAL-Play Indicator NOT
as
being lit, when the disc in one deck has
played through to the end, the disc in the
other deck will automatically begin to play.
Each disc will play through, and when one
deck is finished the other will start. To stop
playback, press the STOP[ ] button for the
deck that is
currently playing.
of each deck will be sent to the its
appropriate output jacks,
and you will need
To have the unit function
as a
standard CD
player,
where the deck in
use
stops
end of
a
using
your receiver, preamp
or processor. You may also use the output
of one deck to feed your main-room system,
the
while the second deck is used to feed
other and when the disc in
input selectors
on
a
DUAL-Play
Indicator
controls
on
Deck
Record Deck.
lights.
long
as
the
DUAL-Play
player,
and will
or
as a
Indicator is lit,
separate CD
respond to its own set of
panel for either the Play
the front
To control the transports using the remote,
remember to first press the Selector button
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In the Dual
mode, each deck acts independently of the
one
one
deck
of the
functions has been activated.
each deck functions
at the
disc, press the DUAL button until
finishes, it stops unless
remote room.
tracks
the disc.
the DUAL
one
possible to play two
As
on
will
shown
playing,
] button to return to the
press the PREV.[
beginning of the track being played.
Additional presses of the PREV.[
]
button will move backwards through the
a
or
panel. However, pressing
When the unit is in the
the
presses of the button will move forward
the tracks on the disc.
the remote
selected.
button for the deck in
through
on
the front
on
deck is
to select the deck you wish to listen to
Additional
When in the Dual mode, you may
Single play mode by pressing the
DUAL button
playing,
move to the next track on a disc by
cycling through the individual tracks,
] button on the remote,
press the NEXT[
or the appropriate front-panel NEXT[
]
use.
:
the DUAL button while both decks
Dual-play
the Numeric
To
NOTE
return to
button
your receiver, preamp or processor for
either deck. For example, if you have the
of
Play/CDP Deck or the
Deck, and then press the
or
on
Beginning
one
)
)
Searching for a Particular Point in a Track
You may quickly scan through the contents
of a disc while listening to the playback at
high speed in forward or reverse.
To move forward through a disc,
] button on the remote or
press the SEARCH[
] button on the front
press and hold the NEXT[
panel that is appropriate for the deck in use.
To move backwards through a disc,
] button on the
press the SEARCH[
remote, or press and hold the PREV.[
]
button on the front panel that is appropriate
for the deck in use. When using the remote,
always remember to make certain that you
CDR]
CDR
CDP
REC/PLAY
DIGITAL IN
Repeat
PLAYBACK BASICS
DISPLAY
DISPLAY
DISPLAY
REC LEVEL
DUAL
DISPLAY
PREV.
NEXT
PREV.
INPUT
NEXT
DISPLAY
5
6
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4
OPEN/CLOSE
PLAY
PAUSE
STOP
PLAY
PAUSE
STOP
7
OPEN/CLOSE
3
8
2
9
11 0
REC
CD SYNC
DUBBING
SPEED
ERASE
FINALIZE
POWER
PLAYBACK
PHONES
PHONES LEVEL
REC/PLAY
DIGITAL RECORDING
DIGITAL IN
SYSTEM
HEADPHONES LEVEL CONTROL
HEADPHONE JACK
Time
Display
Headphone Listening
Once the disc's Table of Contents
or
TOC
data has been read, the Information
Display for any deck that has a CD inside
will show the number of tracks
on
the disc in
the two left
digits of the display, and the total
running time of the disc. When the disc is
playing, the tracks will count up as each
new track is reached, and time display will
show the elapsed time for the track being
played.
To view the time
remaining
You may listen to the output of the unit
through headphones at any time by simply
plugging the headphones into the FrontPanel Headphone Jack. The volume of the
headphone output may be adjusted with the
Headphones Level Control. Note that
changes to the headphone level will not
alter the output settings to the analog
outputs. Those levels
receiver, preamp
processor.
or
TIME Indicator illuminates. The Information
fed to the
Display will
in the
count down the time
remaining
in the track, and at the start of the next track
the counter will start to count down the
Note that when
a
only one
deck is
remaining
on
headphone jack. When the unit is
Dual-Playback mode, only the output
of the Play Deck will be fed to the
headphone jack
disc,
press the DISPLAY Button for the deck in
use so that the TOTAL TIME Indicator
illuminates. The Information
Display will
show the total time
for all tracks
on
the disc and count down until the disc
has finished
playing.
When the disc has
played all the way through, the total number
of tracks and the total running time of the
disc will be
playing
disc, the output of that deck will be
time of that track.
remaining
your
in the track
back
To view the total time
fixed, and the
adjusted using
press the DISPLAY button
for the deck in use so that the REMAINING
being played,
running
are
volume should be
displayed.
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PROGRAM PLAY
enter that track to the
programmed
sequence.
When the
complete list of tracks has
entered, press the PLAY[ ] button.
The tracks will then play in the order they
been
Numeric Keys
have been entered.
Note that a programmed list of tracks may
also be recorded if the disc being
programmed is in the Play Deck. Follow the
instructions of the
and dubbing.
PREV.(
PLAY(
NEXT(
)
)
)
PROG.
CDR
CDP
PROG. CHECK
CLEAR
explanation
for
recording
Checking, Editing and Clearing
Programmed Play Lists
Once you have entered a program list it will
remain in the unit's memory until the disc is
removed or the unit is turned off. Thus, if you
play through a program list, simply press the
PLAY[ ] button again to replay the list. If
you find that you wish to check the list or
make changes, that is also possible by
following a few simple steps.
To scroll
through a program list,
press the PROG. CHECK button. Each
press of the button will move through the
tracks that have been programmed. The
display will alternate between the track
number of the program step number (e.g. 12
P-03 tells you that track 12 on the disc is the
3rd program step) and the track number and
the total running time so far in the program
(e.g. 12 16:04 tells you that at this point you
have programmed a total of 16 minutes and
4 seconds of material).
The unit's advanced
programming system
enables you to preset the order in which
tracks are played, to repeat one track or all
tracks, or to repeat any segment of a disc
without
regard
to track numbers.
Programming Play
Lists
To program the order of
tracks on a disc,
playback for the
1. Insert the
disc, let the unit read the Table
of Contents information, and wait until the
disc has stopped and the number of
tracks and total running time is displayed.
2. Select the deck that will be programmed
by pressing the CDP Select button on the
remote for the Play Deck or the CDR
Select button on the remote for the
Record Deck.
3. To begin the programming sequence,
press the PROG. button and note that the
PROG Indicator will illuminate and the
Information Display will show 00 00:00.
4. Enter the track numbers to be played
by pressing the Numeric Keys.
For
two-digit track numbers, be certain to
enter the second digit within three
seconds after the first number is entered.
As each track is entered, the display will
blink three times,
alternating between two displays. The first
display will show the track number just
entered
on
the left side of the Information
Display under the Track Indicator, while the
right side will flash the number of steps that
have been programmed. For example, after
programming the first step to be track
number 3, the display will flash 03 P-01.
with the track number and
program step will be a display of the track
and the total running time of all tracks that
Alternating
have been programmed so far. For example,
a display of 06 11:25 will indicate that track
number six was the last track programmed,
and that the total time of all tracks so far is 11
minutes and 25 seconds. The TOTAL TIME
Indicator will flash with this display to remind
you of the display's contents.
These displays will alternate three times,
and then show a steady display of the total
time and last track programmed.
Continue to add tracks in the order you wish
played until the programming
session is complete. You may add up to 20
tracks, repeating a track if desired, as long
as the total number does not exceed 20. If
you exceed the 20 track limit, the display will
read FULL.
Tracks may also be added using the
NEXT[
] and PREV.[
] buttons to
locate the track, and the PROG. button to
to have them
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At any point in the list you may change a
new track by simply entering the track
number using the Numeric Keys.
Simply press the buttons that correspond to
the number of the track you wish to change.
To add
a new
step in the program,
1. Press the PROG. CHECK button until
track number 00 appears on the
Information Display.
2. Add a new track by simply entering the
track number using the Numeric Keys.
You may add up to 20 tracks, if less than
20 tracks in the program step.
To
remove a
step in the program,
1. First use the PROG. CHECK button to
locate the track you wish to delete.
Next, press the CLEAR button.
The information in the display will blink
and the step will be removed from the
program list.
Program steps need not be deleted in any
order; as long as you have located a step in
the program list, it may be erased.
2.
To cancel
an entire program list while the
program is playing, press the PROG. button
and note that the PROG Indicator will go out.
To remove a total program list when the
disc is stopped, simply open and close the
disc drawer. Whenever a disc is removed or
the unit is turned off, the program list is
erased.
PROGRAM PLAY
REPEAT A-B
REPEAT
Repeat Programmed Play
The unit's
programming system enables
you to repeat either a single track on a disc,
the entire disc, or a specially programmed
passage that you select.
Repeat
One Track
To
repeat the track you
listening to,
are
currently
Indicator will both light 1. If the track is
] / PREV.
changed by using the NEXT[
[
] Skip button while the Repeat 1 mode
new
track will
now
be
repeated.
Once
1
has been
playing
and note that the
REPEAT Indicator and the ALL
Repeat-
light. Once the PLAY
[ ] button is pressed, the disc will play
through from beginning to end continually,
until the STOP[ ] button is pressed. The
REPEAT ALL function may be cancelled at
any time by pressing the REPEAT button
until both the REPEAT Indicator and
Repeat- Status Indicators go out. The
Repeat All Function is also canceled when
the disc drawer is opened.
ALL
Repeat
A-B
The unit may be programmed to repeat any
section within a track, or a complete
passage that includes material form
of consecutive tracks.
a
series
Repeat playback
started, it will continue until the unit is
stopped by pressing the STOP[ ] button,
or the disc deck is opened by pressing the
appropriate OPEN/CLOSE button. When
playback is stopped, the Repeat sequence
you wish to begin the repeated section. At
the start point, press the A-B Repeat button
is erased and must be reentered if you wish
repeat a track on another disc.
Repeat-Status
to
Repeat
To
All Tracks
repeat all the tracks on a disc in
order, press the REPEAT button twice
Indicator will stop flashing
showing Repeat A-B
and will
light
Status Indicator will
once
press the REPEAT button and note that the
REPEAT Indicator and the Repeat-Status
is active, the
while the disc is
To program the unit for A-B Repeat play,
first play the disc and locate the point where
and note that the
Repeat
Indicator and the
Indicator will show
flash. Let the disc
until the
an
A and
point at
which the section to be repeated will end. At
that end point, press the A-B Repeat button
again and note that the Repeat-Status
play
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The unit will
immediately begin to play the
programmed, and
section you have
continually repeat
To
resume
Repeat
it.
normal
button. The
play, press the A-B
Repeat A-B lndicators
will go out, and the disc will continue
playing through to the end. Stopping the
or opening the disc drawer will
automatically cancel the Repeat A-B
programming.
disc
CD RECORDING
OPEN/CLOSE
STOP(
SELECT
)
PAUSE
OPEN/CLOSE
PAUSE
SELECT
REC LEVEL
DUAL
DISPLAY
PREV.
NEX
PREV.
NEXT
INPUT
DISPLAY
5
6
ADR-620
4
OPEN/CLOSE
PLAY
PAUSE
STOP
PLAY
PAUSE
STOP
OPEN
7
CLOSE
3
8
2
9
11 0
REC
POWER
PLAYBACK
PHONES
PHONES LEVEL
CD SYNC
SPEED
ERASE
PAUSE
STOP(
DUBBING
SPEED
DUBBING
F
NALIZE
SPEED
STOP(
)
DUBBING
CDP
CDR
OPEN/CLOSE
Before
Recording
The unit accepts analog inputs, digital
coaxial inputs and digital-optical inputs.
Before making a recording, be certain that
you have selected the correct input.
After a disc is recorded, it must be
finalized.
This process adds the final table of
contents data to the disc and makes it
playable on other machines. Until a disc
is properly finalized, it may not be played
on any other machine.
The unit may record on either CD-R or
CD-RW discs, but they must be of the
type specifically designed for use in
consumer audio CD recorders. These
discs may be recognized by looking for
the words¡ Digital Audio¡--in the compact
disc logo on the blank disc or its
packaging. Discs with the logo reading
only¡ Compact Disc/Recordable¡--are
designed for computer data recording,
and they will NOT work in the unit.
CD-R discs may not be erased or have
material added to them once they have
been finalized.
At least four(4) seconds of blank
recording time must remain on an
unfinalized disc for recording to take
place.
The maximum number of tracks that may
be recorded on a disc is 99. If more than
99 tracks are programmed, a DISC FULL
message will appear.
Note that
some
CD-R/CD-RW audio
recording discs may be used for singlespeed recordings only. If you use a disc
with such a warning, make certain not to
dub at that 2x or 4x speed. However, the
unit has been tested for compatibility with
wide range of blank discs for
manufacturers throughout the world. In
most cases, blank discs will produce highquality recordings at any dub speed.
In some rare cases, a CD player may not
be compatible with CD-R discs. If you find
that a CD-R disc plays in some players
but not in others, the fault is most likely
with the player, not with the recorded disc
or the unit. Remember that CD-RW discs
a
)
REC/PLAY
DIGITAL RECORDING SYSTEM
DIGITAL IN
made in the unit will
play
in CD
players
that are specially designed to
accommodate CD-RW discs.
Some commercial CD discs may contain
a copy protection data bit that will prevent
the disc from being dubbed. In that case,
the COPY PROHIBIT indicator will light to
remind you that the inability to record is
intentional, and not the result of a problem
with the unit.
This product is equipped with the Serial
Copy Management System(SCMS) to
protect the rights of copyright owners. As
a part of this system, it is possible to
make
a
copy of most CDs for your
personal
own
use.
However, it is not possible to make
a
digital copy from another digital copy. It is
possible to make an analog copy of a
digital copy.
RECORDINGS MAY BE MADE FOR
PERSONAL USE
ONLY,
AND ANY
UNAUTHORIZED COPYING IS
SUBJECT TO THE APPLICABLE
LAW.
The unit will not copy DVD discs,
computer data discs, CD-based computer
or video game discs, or digital audio discs
with a sample rate that is not compatible
with the range of the unit's sample-rate
converter.
Recordings on the unit may be made in a
number of ways:
Discs may be dubbed using the playback
deck on the unit as a source. These
copies may be made in real time, at twice
normal speed, or at four times normal
playback speed.
Recordings may be made from an
external CD player or other digital source
that is synchronized with the dub being
made in the unit.
Recordings may be made from any
compatible external digital source.
Recordings may be made from an
external analog source.
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OPEN/CLOSE
Disc
Dubbing
The easiest way to make a copy of
disc is to use the unit's internal dub
an
entire
capability.
1. First, insert
a blank or unformatted
disc in the Record Drawer.
When the disc is inserted, the unit will
examine it to determine if it is a CD-R or
CD-RW disc, and optimize itself for the
best possible recording.
This is indicated by OPC message in the
Information display.
2. Next, select a dub speed.
The default speed is a real-time dub,
where the recording takes as long as the
actual running time of the disc. However,
with the unit you may also select 2x
dubbing
or
4x
dubbing.
Press the SPEED button to select
speed as indicated by the 2x/4x
a
Indicators.
When no Speed Indicator lights, the unit is
set to real-time recording. Note that the
slower the record-dub speed, the more
tolerant the unit is of errors on the blank
disc. However, with most high-quality
blank discs, the 2x and 4x
not
present
a
speeds should
problem.
3. Place the disc to be dubbed in the
Drawer and wait until the Table of
Play
Contents data is read and the Information
Display shows the track and running time
data for the disc.
4. When you are ready to start the dub,
press the DUBBING Button.
The Play Deck will begin to read the track
information again to make certain that
there is enough space on the blank disc
for the recording. If there is NOT sufficient
room on the blank disc, a DISC FULL
message will remind you to use another
disc. During this process the DUBBING
Indicator will light, the RECORD Indicator
will flash and a BUSY message will flash
in the Record Deck's Information Display.
5. When both Information Display
Indicators return to normal, with
indications of 01 00:00 press the
SELECT Button to start the dub.
CD RECORDING
CD SYNC.
PLAY/SELECT
REC
NEXT(
)
PLAY/SELECT
REC LEVEL
DUAL
DISPLAY
PREV.
NEXT
REV.
NEX
INPUT
DISPLAY
5
6
ADR-620
4
OPEN/CLOSE
PLAY
PAUSE
STOP
PLAY
PAUSE
STOP
NEXT(
7
OPEN/CLOSE
3
8
2
CD SYNC
DUBBING
PLAYBACK
PHONES
PHONES LEVEL
SPEED
ERASE
FINALIZE
)
9
PAUSE
11 0
REC
POWER
STOP(
)
REC/PLAY
DIGITAL RECORD
DIGITAL IN
NG
SYSTEM
RECORD
CD SYNC.
INPUT
OPEN/CLOSE
TRACK INCREMENT
CDP
CDR
OPEN/CLOSE
While the dub is in progress, you will see the
running time increase as
OPEN/CLOSE
machine. The unit will
The Total Time indication of the recorded
source
CD may vary slightly from the original
due to variations in the spin speed of
automatically recognize the incoming
digital data and begin recording. If the
only for your reference,
record levels may not be adjusted during
digital recordings. It is possible to listen to
each drive, but this is normal. No
information has been lost in the recording
source
carried
the disc while it is
process.
If the original disc
being dubbed is a
digital copy or if it contains copy-prohibit
signals, the unit will automatically make a
copy using an analog output from the
track numbers and
the disc is
copied.
The Level Indicators will
also flash but this is
as
the
being dubbed by selecting
appropriate input on your receiver,
preamp
or
processor:
Note:When
a high-speed(2x or
Important
4x) dub is being made, you will hear the
playback at the faster speed. Fast speed
playback increases the pitch of a sound,
and when played back at high volume levels
this may damage your speakers. DO NOT
use high volume levels when listening to
high-speed dubs while they are in progress.
The dub will stop automatically when the
source disc has played through to the end.
After the dub is finished, the Information
Display will show an UPDATE message,
and then return to normal
disc.
CD
Sync Recording
CD
Sync recording allows you to make an
automatic digital recording from an external
CD player or MD. During CD Sync
Recording, the record unit starts in sync with
the source, and tracks
are
added
automatically.
To make
CD
Sync recording
appropriate digital
input by pressing the INPUT button
a
1. First select the
To
operation.
manually stop a dubbing operation, press
the STOP[ ] button for either deck.
until the desired COAXIAL
As with all recorded CD-R/CD-RW discs,
can be
Sync recordings
an analog input.
the disc must be finalized before it
played
Notes
Next,
may not be made from
make certain that there is
a
fresh
disc in the Record Drawer for the
on
Dubbing:
If you wish to make
a
2.
in other machines.
or
OPTICAL indication appears in the
Record Deck Information Display. CD
recording.
a
dub with the tracks in
different order from the
tracks
on a
disc,
or
original disc,
make
a
tracks from different discs, create
Program Playback
omit
dub that mixes
List before
a
pressing the
SELECT button to start the dub.
3. Press the CD SYNC. button and note
that the SYNC Indicator will
4. Select the
source
Button
dub is in progress.
Tracks will be added automatically to mirror
a
the track structure of the
original disc.
type of recording
to be
only the first track from the
player, press the CD SYNC
that 1 TRK appears in the
Record Deck Information Display.
so
To record the entire disc
the CD SYNC Button
so
or tape, press
that ALL
appears in the Record Deck
Information Display.
start the
playback from
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unit
senses
the
CD, the track
original
disc will be
to the dub.
recording
will continue until the
that the
playback is
no incoming
finished when there in
signal for more than three seconds. At
that point the recording will stop. You
may also stop the recording at any time
by pressing the Record Deck STOP[ ]
button. If the Record Disc does not have
space to complete the recording,
the dub will stop and a DISC FULL
enough
message will be displayed. After the
recording is complete, an UPDATE
message will appear briefly, and the unit
will then return to normal operation.
Remember to Finalize the recorded disc
so
that it may be used in other machines.
Recording from an
To record from
1. Place
a
an
CD-R
External Source
external
or
source
CD-RW audio disc in
the Record Deck.
input to be used by
pressing the INPUT button.
Pressing the button will cycle between the
input choices, which will be shown in the
Information Display as COAXIAL,
2. Select the
OPTICAL and ANALOG. In addition, the
DIGITAL Indicator will light when either
optical inputs
or
are
selected,
and the ANALOG Indicator will
the
analog inputs
3. Press the
are
light when
selected.
REC button and then
press the PLAY/SELECT[
start the recording.
Note that when the coaxial
]
button to
digital input is
selected, the connection may be made to
either the
5. When the desired mode has been
selected,
6. The
a
from the
over
the coaxial
To record
NOTE: Dubs
while
and the
made:
may
containing Program Lists
only be made at the 1x speed. If you
attempt to make a Programmed Dub at the
2x or 4x speed, the unit will automatically
select the 1x speed.
The PAUSE[
] buttons do not operate
light
RECORD Indicator will flash.
material is
numbering
rear
panel Coaxial Input.
If
a
is present at both coaxial inputs
when a recording is made, the front-panel
signal
input will
be used
as
the
source.
CD RECORDING
4. Press the AUTO/MANUAL button to
select how tracks will be numbered
Note:If there is
on
the recorded disc.
The default mode is Manual. In that
mode for either
digital or analog
recordings, you must add track numbers
manually by pressing the TRACK
for
pause in the playback
than 3 seconds for digital
a
signal
recordings and
recordings, the
more
10 seconds for
analog
unit will stop the recording.
Also, when the Pause button is pressed
during a recording, the recording will stop
and must be restarted
INCREMENT button When you wish to
increase the track number. During an
button.
the track number may
also be increased by pressing the
Digital Recording
by pressing the
by the SELECT
RECORD button followed
analog recording,
] button.
NEXT[
The Auto mode will add track numbers
automatically, in one of two ways. When
track data is present from a digital
recording, it will be carried over to the
copy disc. Thus, when the CD being
played moves from one track to the CD
new
being played
moves
from
one
track to the
the track number
1. Place
one.
AUTO/MANUAL button
once
pressing
COXIAL
CD-RW audio disc in
to be used
by
so
input
or
that
OPTICAL with DIGITAL
indicator appears
external
and note
the front
light.
recordings from an
a digital source with no
for 3 seconds. The recorder will also go
into the Pause mode until the input
on
the Information
Play or
Pause mode the
that is connected into
source
panel Digital IN, rear panel
or CDR Optical IN.
CDR Coaxial IN
4. Press the AUTO/MANUAL button
that AUTO appears
on
so
the Information
Display.
5. Press the
REC button and then
press the PLAY/SELECT[
start the recording.
]
button to
To activate the Auto
mode, press the AUTO/MANUAL button
once
or
the INPUT button
2. Select the
3. Put to the
track data, the track number will be
increased when the unit receives silence
source resumes.
CD-R
the
In the Auto mode for
source or
a
CDR Coaxial
Display.
that the AUTO Indicator will
analog
an
the Record Deck.
When
by
recording from an analog source,
activate the Auto mode by pressing
will
panel Digital IN, rear panel
IN or CDR Optical IN
track, the copydisc will also increase
next
in AUTO mode from
External Source connected into the front
and note that the AUTO Indicator
Note
for
light.
:
While
Analog
more
recording in
signal level is lasted
source
AUTO mode. If the low
than 20 seconds the unit will stop
automatically.
5. To prepare for a recording, press the
RECORD button.
The RECORD Indicator will flash, and the
briefly appear in the
word BUSY will
Information
Display.
In this case we recommend that you record
in MANUAL mode and in MANUAL mode
you can add the track numbers
TRACK INCREMENT button.
When the
Display
running-time
information, the unit is ready to record.
Start the actual recording by pressing
the PLAY/SELECT[ ] button.
returns to the track and
6.
Note that the RECORD Indicator will stop
and Information display will begin
flashing
to show the
running time of the recording
Depending on which
and the track data.
mode of track increment has been
selected
as
described above, track
numbers must be increased
manually or
they will be added automatically.
Regardless of which mode has been
selected, a track may by added at any
time by pressing the TRACK
INCREMENT button.
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using
the
CD RECORDING
PREV.(
RECORD LEVEL
)
NEXT(
)
SELECT
REC LEVEL
DUAL
DISPLAY
PREV.
NEXT
EV.
P
NEX
INPUT
DISPLAY
5
PREV.(
6
ADR-620
4
OPEN/CLOSE
PLAY
PAUS E
STOP
PLAY
PAUSE
STOP
7
OPEN/CLOSE
3
NEXT(
)
9
STOP(
11 0
POWER
PLAYBACK
PHONES
PHONES LEVEL
REC
CD SYNC
DUBBING
SPEED
ERASE
FINALIZE
DIGITAL RECORDING SYSTEM
FINALIZE
SELECT
FINALIZE
STOP(
ERASE
)
CDP
CDR
OPEN/CLOSE
Unlike conventional
analog tape recorders,
require level setting when
made from a digital source.
the unit does not
1. To Finalize
a
disc, place it
in the
the levels
4. The Finalization process will take
between 60 and 90 seconds, depending
that the blue segments of the
almost all lit, and the red
segments flash only occasionally. If the red
segments are constantly lit, the recording
will be distorted and
produce unacceptable
quality.
stop the recording, press the
STOP[ ] button. The recording will
automatically stop if it takes more space
on
that the FINALIZE Indicator will
begin
3. Within three
to
flash.
stop flashing, and the Information Display
seconds, press the
SELECT button and note that the
FINALIZE Indicator will
the
length of
During the
stop flashing.
material recorded
the
on
Finalization process the
Record Deck will not accept any
operating commands.
go out, and the R/RW Indicator will also
go out as an indication that the disc is
the CD-R/RW disc. A
now
DISC FULL message will appear to remind
you that a new disc is needed.
seconds, press the
SELECT button to start the process.
The ERASE Indicator will remain lit and
will switch to OPC and then back to TOC.
3. Within three
5. When the Finalization process is
complete the FINALIZE Indicator will
To
than is available
Display.
OPC process has been completed,
press the FINALIZE button and note
disc.
that the ERASE
appears in the Record Deck Information
information has been read and the
on
sure
Indicator flashes and the word TOC
2. Once the disc's Table of Contents
are
OPEN/CLOSE
check to make
Record Drawer.
recordings are
Although the Level Indicator will operate,
this is only informative and the level may not
be changed or adjusted. However, when
you are making a recording from an external
analog source such as a cassette recorder
or the analog output of a receiver or
preamp, you should adjust the input levels
using the RECORD-LEVEL Control. Adjust
so
)
REC/PLAY
DIGITAL IN
ERASE
display
)
8
2
playable
other
on
players.
The CD
Indicator will remain lit.
4. When the process is finished, the
ERASE Indicator will go out, and the
display will return to normal. The disc
is
now
ready to
removed
Erasing
have
single tracks
additional tracks added.
or
Entire CD-RW Disc
an
Erasing the entire contents of a disc is
simple, and it does not matter if the disc
been finalized
or
has
not.
1. To
erase the disc, press the ERASE
button twice if the disc has NOT been
finalized and
once
if it has been finalized,
that the word DISC appears in the
Information Display and the ERASE
so
Indicator flashes.
At the end of
BUSY message
and an UPDATE message will appear
briefly, and the unit will return to normal
a
recording,
a
operation. Remember to Finalize the disc
after recording so that it may be used in
other players.
Unfinalizing
is
Finalizing
completes
and CD-RW Discs
simple process that
the recording of a disc so that it
Erasing CD-RW
Discs
CD-RW discs
in that
unique
are
they
both recordable and rewritable. This
that you may
cassette
reusing
Finalizing CD-R
and
use
them
over
again
are
means
like
CD-RW disc is
slightly
ERASE Indicator will stop flashing.
erasure process takes about a
3. The
minute, and it is complete when the
a
Information
tape. However, the process of
a
2. To start the erasure, press the
SELECT button and note that the
different
from that used with tapes.
Display
resets to 00 00:00
and the ERASE Indicator goes out. The
disc is now totally erased and may be
reused.
a
may be used in other players. When
recording is finished, a disc must be
Finalized. Once that is done,
a
a
To
CD-R disc
may not be changed or added to.
CD-RW discs are "locked" once they
Unfinalizing
keep the
recorded
a
material that is
on a
Erasing
CD-RW Disc
already
CD-RW disc but to add
additional track and
erase
an
to
Single Track
single tracks,
you
be erased
last track
on
than
on a
CD-RW disc may
time, starting with the
the disc, or you may erase
one
at a
track. Note that before
must first unfinalize the disc.
more
1. Place the CD-RW disc in the Record
individual tracks may be erased the disc
must be unfinalized. If the disc is finalized,
are
Finalized, and they must be Unfinalized
permit additional recording or erasure.
a
The individual tracks
one
Deck and wait until the Table of Contents
follow the instructions above for
data has been read.
before
2. Press the ERASE button twice and
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proceeding
with these
unfinalizing
steps.
CD RECORDING
1. To
erase only the last track, press the
ERASE button. Note that the Information
Display will display 01
TRK and the
ERASE Indicator will flash.
2. Press the SELECT button within three
seconds and note that the ERASE
Indicator will stop
flashing.
3. When the ERASE Indicator goes out the
Information Display will show the total
number of tracks that
now
remain
on
the
disc.
You may
erase more
counting
backwards from the last track.
than
one
track,
1. Press the ERASE button. Note that the
Information
Display will display 01
TRK
and the ERASE Indicator will flash.
2. Press the
[
]
NEXT[
]
button
or
PREV.
button until the number of tracks to
be erased appears in the Information
Display.
For example, when 06 TRK appears in
the display a total of six tracks will be
erased, counting back from the last track
on
the disc.
3. Press the SELECT button within three
seconds of
making
the track selection
and note that the ERASE Indicator will
stop flashing. When the ERASE Indicator
goes out the Information Display will
show the total number of tracks that now
remain
on
Important
the disc.
Note: Tracks at the
beginning
or
in the middle of the disc may not be erased
until all of the discs after them have been
erased.
Important
Note
on
Finalization Times:
speed
will
Erasure and
Regardless
at which a disc was
erase
of the
recorded, the unit
and finalize discs at the 4x
to minimize the
However, in
speed
of the process.
cases it may be
length
some
necessary for the unit to repeat the erasure
or finalization due to the nature of an
individual disc. For that reason, it is normal
required to complete these
for the time
steps
to vary from one disc to another.
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE AND ERROR MESSAGES
TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE
SYMPTOM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
No AC power
Unit does not operate when Power switch
is
SOLUTION
Make certain AC power cord is plugged into a live outlet.
see if AC outlet is switch controlled.
Check to
pressed
Remote does not function
Wrong
Press the CDP button to control the
deck selected
Play Deck;
Dead batteries
press the CDR button to control the Record Deck
Replace both batteries
Sensor blocked
Remove obstructions from front
panel
Disc does not erase
CD-R disc in
CD-R discs do not
CD-RW disc
Recorded CD-R disc does not
CD-R disc not finalized
Finalize the CD-R disc in the units' Record Deck
Input source stopped or paused
Recordings will always stop when the input source
is paused for more than 3 seconds for digital recordings
and 10 seconds for recordings
play in
player or DISC ERROR
appears in Play Deck
use
erase.
Use
a
another CD
message
Recording suddenly stops
ERROR MESSAGES
ERROR MESSAGE
CHECK
DISC
EXPLANATION AND PROBABLE CAUSE
A record-related button has been
SOLUTION
pressed when a
Unfinalize the disc to add tracks to
finalized disc is in the Record Deck
A record-related button has been
Replace the
disc with
a
CD-RW disc
a
blank CD-R
or
CD-RW disc
pressed when a
standard CD is in the Record Deck
DATA
DISC
A non-audio CD-ROM
placed
DISC
DISC
ERROR
FULL
CD-Video disc has been
An Unfinalized disc has been
placed
A DVD disc has been
in the unit
placed
There is not enough time left
a
ERROR
or a
in the machine
on
the disc to
Deck
Replace the
complete
properly
problem with the disc
A dub has not been
FULL
More than 20 tracks have been
NO
A record-related button has been
a
disc. The unit does not
Use another blank CD-R
one or more
tracks
or
play or dub
CD-RW disc
on a
CD-RW disc
Check the
play disc
Repeat the dub process
completed properly
Clear all
programmed
pressed when
programmed tracks over 20
Replace the
disc with
a
blank CD-R
or
CD-RW Audio disc
non-audio disc is in the Record Drawer
There is
an
internal
DVD discs
Open the drawer and check to see that the disc is properly seated
Try another disc
The disc is not seated
a
unit
Finalize the disc
Erase
FAILED
SVC-1
Play
planned recording
There is
AUDIO
in the
Only CD Audio and DTS discs will play in the
replace the disc
problem with the
Contact
unit
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an
authorized Zenith service
depot
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Signal
Format
¡
Signal
Format
Playback Sampling Frequency
44.1 kHz
D/A Conversion
96 kHz, Multi-Bit
Oversampling
128 Times
Playback Specifications
¡
Frequency Response
Playback S/N
Playback Dynamic Range
Playback THD
Analog Audio Output
Digital-Coaxial Output
Headphone Output
Record
Specifications
Power
Requirement
Power Consumption
Playback Specifications
20Hz
20,050Hz
105dB
100dB
0.01%
2V
( 80dB)
RMS, 0.15V
0.5Vpp / 75!
1V RMS / 32! Load
¡
Digital Input Sample Rates
Recording S/N: Analog
Recording S/N: Digital Dub Mode
Recording S/N: Digital External Source
Recording Dynamic Range
Recording THD(Digital / Analog)
Analog Input Sensitivity
Digital Inputs(Direct Recording)
General
Delta-Sigma Conversion
General
32kHz 96kHz
88dB
Equal to Source
95dB
90dB
0.01%/0.02%
330mV RMS
44.1kHz, 100 ppm/min.
¡
General
Refer to the back
panel
48 Watts
Dimensions
Width
Height
Depth
Weight
17.3" / 440mm
4.4" / 112mm
14.2" / 363mm
13.2 Ib / 6kg
Depth measurement includes knobs, buttons and connection jacks.
Height measurment includes feet and chassis.
All features and specifications are subject to change without notice.
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of the unit.
Your Zenith Limited
Warranty
CD RECORDER OR PLAYER
family ! We believe that you will be pleased with your new Zenith Entertainment Machine.
Please read this warranty carefully, it is a "LIMITED WARRANTY" as defined under Federal Law. This warranty gives you
specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights that vary from state within the U.S.A.
Welcome into the Zenith
ZENITH'S RESPONSIBILITY
Service Labor
During
a
of 90
period
days
from effective warranty date, Zenith will provide service labor
by Zenith, as a result of manufacturing defects.
by
a
Zenith authorized service
center when needed as determined
Parts New
one
or
remanufactured
replacements
for
factory-defective parts will be supplied by a Zenith authorized service center for
replacement parts are warranted for the remaining portion of the original
year from effective warranty date. Such
warranty period.
Not Covered This warranty covers manufacturing defects and does not cover installation, adjustment of customer controls in the home,
installation or repair of home antenna systems, cable converters of cable company-supplied equipment, it also does not
cover
damage
due to misuse, abuse,
alteration of the
product
negligence,
acts of God or other causes
after manufacture voids this warranty in its
beyond
the control of Zenith.
Any
entirety.
OWNERS RESPONSIBILITY
Effective
Warranty Date Warranty begins on the date of original consumer purchase.
a delivery ticket as evidence of the purchase date.
Operating Guide
Read your
controls.
Carry-In Service
The CD recorder
Important
Operating Guide carefully so
For your convenience,
that you will understand the
product must be taken
by the owner.
operation
keep the
dealer's dated bill of sale
of your set and how to
to a U.S. or Canadian Zenith authorized service center for
adjust the
or
customer
warranty service and
must be
picked
Product
Registration-Please full out and mail your Product Registration Card. It is imperative that Zenith
promptly if we should discover a safety problem that could affect you.
up
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reach you
Warranty Service
For warranty service information, contact any Zenith authorized service center. Parts and service labor that are Zenith
responsibility(see above) will be provided without charge. Other service is at the owner's expense. If you have any
in obtaining satisfactory warranty service, call or write the Zenith Response Center. You must provide the model
number, serial number and date of purchase or date of original installation. Before you ask for warranty service, read
problem
"Maintenance And
Troubleshooting
THIS WARRANTY IS IN USE OF ANY OTHER
in your
WARRANTY,
operating guide.
You
might
a
service call.
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PURPOSE, AND ZENITH SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR
KIND, INCLUDING LOST REVENUES OR PROFITS IN
WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
CONSEQUENTIAL, INDIRECT,
avoid
OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES OF ANY
ANY
CONNECTION WITH THE PRODUCT.
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Road, Building #3
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Phone : (256) 772-1515
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