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Sony MZ-N707  Operating Instructions
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Portable MiniDisc Recorder MZ-N707
Portable
MiniDisc Recorder
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Operating Instructions __________________________
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WALKMAN is a trademark of Sony Corporation.
MZ-N707
© 2002 Sony Corporation
WARNING
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do
not expose the unit to rain or
moisture.
Do not install the appliance in a
confined space, such as a bookcase or
built-in cabinet.
To prevent fire, do not cover the
ventilation of the apparatus with news
papers, table cloths, curtains, etc. And
don’t place lighted candles on the
apparatus.
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not
place objects filled with liquids, such as
vases, on the apparatus.
Certain countries may regulate disposal of
the battery used to power this product.
Please consult with your local authority.
CAUTION — INVISIBLE LASER
RADIATION WHEN OPEN
AVOID EXPOSURE TO BEAM
Information
IN NO EVENT SHALL SELLER BE
LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT,
INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF
ANY NATURE, OR LOSSES OR
EXPENSES RESULTING FROM
ANY DEFECTIVE PRODUCT OR
THE USE OF ANY PRODUCT.
The CE mark is valid only for
products marketed in the
European Union.
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• OpenMG and its logo are trademarks of
Sony Corporation.
• US and foreign patents licenced from
Dolby Laboratories.
• All other trademarks and registered
trademarks are trademarks or registered
trademarks of their respective holders.
• ™ and ® marks are omitted in this
manual.
This operating instructions explains
how to operate the portable MiniDisc
recorder itself. For details on how to
use the supplied software (OpenMG
Jukebox), refer to the OpenMG
Jukebox Operating Instructions.
Notice for users
On the supplied software
• Copyright laws prohibit reproducing the
software or the manual accompanying it
in whole or in part, or renting the
software without the permission of the
copyright holder.
• In no event will SONY be liable for any
financial damage, or loss of profits,
including claims made by third parties,
arising out of the use of the software
supplied with this recorder.
• In the event a problem occures with this
software as a result of defective
manufacturing, SONY will replace it.
However, SONY bears no other
responsibility.
• The software provided with this player
cannot be used with equipment other
than that which is so desgnated.
• Please note that, due to continued efforts
to improve quality, the software
specifications may be changed without
notice.
• Operation of this player with software
other than that provided is not covered
by the warranty.
• Duplication of any or all of the contents
of this software and instruction manual
or lending of this software to third
parties without the express permission
of the copyright holder is strictly
prohibited by copyright low.
• Sony cannot be held liable in any way
for monetary losses, lost profits or
claims from third parties arising from
the use of this software.
• Should any manufacturing defects
occur, Sony’s responsibility shall be
limited solely to replacing said defective
merchandise.
• This software is approved for use only
with the specified equipment.
• Sony reserves the right to change
software specifications without prior
notice.
Program © 2000 Sony Corporation
Documentation © 2002 Sony Corporation
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Table of contents
Overview ........................................................... 8
Checking the supplied accessories ..........................................................9
Looking at the controls .................................. 10
Getting started! .............................................. 13
Recording an MD right away!
(Synchro-recording) ........................................ 16
Transferring songs from the computer to the
MiniDisc (Check-out) ...................................... 20
Playing an MD right away! .............................. 22
Various ways of recording .............................. 24
Note on digital and analog recording (Digital input and analog input) 24
Recording in analog (Analog Recording) .............................................25
Long-time recording (MDLP) ..............................................................26
When you do not want “LP:” added automatically at the
beginning of a track .........................................................26
Recording tracks using the group function (Group Mode Recording) .27
To activate group mode (Group Mode Recording) ........................28
Recording a track into a new group ................................................29
Recording a track into an existing group ........................................29
Recording without overwriting existing material .................................29
Recording from a microphone ..............................................................30
Adding track marks automatically (Auto Time Stamp) ........................31
Adjusting the recording level manually (Manual Recording) ..............32
Checking the remaining recordable time ..............................................33
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Various ways of playback .............................. 35
Searching for a specific track or a position quickly (Quick Search) .... 35
Using the group function (Group Mode) ............................................. 35
Listening to tracks in a specific group (Group Mode Playback) ... 35
Selecting and playing groups (Group Skip Mode) ........................ 36
Changing play modes ........................................................................... 37
Creating a program (Program Play) ............................................... 38
To adjust the sound quality (Digital Sound Preset) ............................. 39
Selecting the sound quality ............................................................ 39
Adjusting the sound quality ........................................................... 40
Checking the remaining time or the playing position .......................... 41
Editing recorded tracks .................................. 43
Labeling/relabeling recordings ............................................................ 43
Labeling recordings ....................................................................... 44
Relabeling recordings .................................................................... 45
Registering tracks or groups as a new group (Group Setting) ............. 46
To release a group setting .................................................................... 48
Moving recorded tracks ....................................................................... 49
Moving a track to a different group ..................................................... 50
Changing the order of a group on a disc (Group Move) ...................... 51
Adding a track mark ............................................................................. 52
Erasing a track mark ............................................................................ 52
Erasing tracks ....................................................................................... 53
To erase a track .............................................................................. 53
To erase the whole disc .................................................................. 54
To erase a group ............................................................................. 54
Other operations ............................................. 56
Protecting your hearing (AVLS) .......................................................... 56
Turning off the beep sound .................................................................. 57
Locking the controls (HOLD) .............................................................. 58
Power sources ................................................ 59
Battery life ............................................................................................ 59
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Additional information .................................... 60
Precautions ............................................................................................60
System limitations .................................................................................63
Troubleshooting ....................................................................................65
List of menus ........................................................................................68
Messages ...............................................................................................76
Specifications ........................................................................................78
Explanations ..........................................................................................79
Index .....................................................................................................79
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Overview
What you can do with your Net MD Walkman
You can easily transfer digital audio files from your computer to the MiniDisc using this
product, and carry it anywhere to enjoy.
1 Store digital
EMD**
Services
Audio
CDs
MP3, WAV and
Windows Media
Format files
audio files on
your computer*.
2 Transfer the
files to the
MiniDisc
Walkman.
USB cable connection
3 Listen to your
MiniDisc
Walkman.
* “OpenMG”, a copyright technology that conforms to the SDMI (Secure Digital Music Initiative)
specifications, allows you to record or play digital music while protecting the copyright
privileges of its holders.
** EMD is available only in certain areas of the world.
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• The recorded music is limited to private use only. Use of the music beyond this limit
requires permission of the copyright holders.
• Sony is not responsible for music files that are not saved on your computer due to
unsuccessful recording from CD or music downloading.
Notes on use
The recording may not be completed properly or the recorded data may be lost if:
— you take the disc out of the recorder, disconnect the AC power adaptor from the
recorder, or unplug the USB cable during reading or writing of data.
— the disc you used was subjected to static electricity or electrical noise.
Checking the supplied accessories
Supplied accessories
NC-WMAA Nickel Cadmium rechargeable battery (1)
AC power adaptor (1)
Headphones/earphones with a remote control (1)
Battery charging stand (1)
AC plug adaptor (Tourist model only) (1)
Optical cable (1)
USB cable (1)
CD-ROM (1)*
Battery carrying case (1)
Carrying pouch/carrying case with a belt clip (1)
∗ Do not play a CD-ROM on an audio CD player.
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Looking at the controls
The recorder
1
2
3
J
ENTER
CH
G
4
qa
qs
5
6
qd
qf
7
qg
qh
qj
8
9
A GROUP/CANCEL button
K MENU button
B REC (record) switch
L HOLD switch
C Display window
M USB connecting jack
D OPEN button
N Battery compartment
E T MARK button
O LINE IN (OPTICAL) jack
F VOL +/– button
The VOL + button has a tactile dot.
P MIC (PLUG IN POWER) jack
There is a tactile dot left side of the MIC
(PLUG IN POWER) jack.
G Terminal for attaching the battery
charging stand
H DC IN 3V jack
I END SEARCH button
J 5 position control key
X (pause) button
./> (search/AMS) button
ENTER/N* (play) button
x (stop)/CHG (charge) button
*The N button has a tactile dot.
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Q i (headphones/earphones) jack
The display window of the recorder
1
7
2 3 45
8
A Character information display
B
C
D
E
F
G
Displays the disc and track names,
error messages, track numbers, etc.
SYNC (synchro-recording) indication
Sound indication
REC indication
Lights up while recording. When
flashing, the recorder is in record
standby mode.
Battery level indication
Shows approximate battery condition.
Disc indication
Shows that the disc is rotating for
recording, playing or editing an MD.
Time display
9
q;
6
qa
qs
H Group indication
Lights up when group mode is on.
I Play mode indication
Shows play mode of the MD.
J Level meter
Shows the volume of the MD being
played or recorded.
K REC REMAIN/REMAIN (remaining
time/tracks) indication
Lights up along with the remaining
time of the track, the remaining time
of the MD, or the remaining number
of tracks.
L Recording mode (LP2/LP4/MONO)
indication
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The headphones/earphones with a remote control
A B C DEF
G
N>
.
H
+
–
I
K
J
A DISPLAY button
H Control (VOL +/–)
Pull and turn to adjust the volume.
B PLAY MODE button
C RPT/ENT (repeat/enter) button
I Display window
D SOUND button
J HOLD switch
E Clip
K x (stop) button
May be used as the “Enter” button,
depending on the function.
F X (pause) button
G Control (./N>)
N> : play, AMS, FF
. : REW, AMS
Turn or turn and hold to play, fast
forward, rewind, etc.
The display window of the remote control
A
B
C
D
F
G
A Track number display
D Play mode indication
B Character information display
E Battery level indication
C Disc indication
F REC indication
G SOUND indication
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Getting started!
Charge the rechargeable battery before using. Even if the rechargeable
battery is not charged, you can use the recorder as long as the AC
power adaptor is connected.
1 Insert the rechargeable battery.
E e
Slide to open the battery
compartment lid.
Insert the rechargeable
battery minus end first.
Close the lid.
Using the dry battery
Insert one LR6 (size AA) alkaline dry battery (not supplied) instead of the rechargeable
battery.
Note
Do not charge a dry battery.
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2 Charging the rechargeable battery.
To a wall
outlet
Attach the
connector to
the jack
firmly.
To DC IN 3V
AC power
adaptor
1
Connect the AC power adaptor to DC IN 3V.
2
Place the recorder on the battery charging stand.
“Charging” flashes, e appears in the display, and charging starts. When
charging is completed, the battery indication disappears.
Full charging of a completely discharged rechargeable battery takes about 3
hours.
3
Remove the recorder from the battery charging stand.
Note
The “Charging” indication in the display may not flash immediately after you place the recorder on the
battery charging stand in step 2. The indication will, however, begin flashing after about 3 minutes
and charging will begin.
3 Make connections and unlock the
control.
1
2
Connect the headphones/earphones
with the remote control to i.
Slide HOLD to the direction of the arrow
(.) in the illustration to unlock the
controls.
HOLD
Connect firmly.
to i
Connect firmly.
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You can also charge the rechargeable battery by
connecting the AC power adaptor directly to the
recorder.
Connect the AC power adaptor to DC IN 3V on
the recorder, and then press x/CHG while the
recorder is stopped.
“Charging” and e appear in the display and
charging starts. Full charging takes about 3
hours. Charging is complete when e
disappears. Charging time may vary depending
on the battery condition.
Notes
• The supplied battery charging stand can be
used only with this recorder. Any other model
cannot be charged.
• Do not use the recorder to charge any other
battery besides the supplied one or the one
designated for it (NC-WMAA).
• Though the battery charging stand and the
battery may become hot during the charging
procedure, this poses no danger.
• Be sure to use the supplied AC power adaptor.
• If you are recharging the battery for the first
time or after a long period of disuse, the
battery may not charge up to its rated capacity.
This is a normal characteristic. After you use
and recharge the battery a few times, it will
return to its normal charge capacity.
• When the battery life of a fully charged
rechargeable battery becomes about half the
normal life, replace it.
• If the recorder will not be used for a long
period of time, disconnect the AC power
adaptor from a wall outlet and remove the
recorder from the battery charging stand.
• If during operation the recorder stops with
“LOW BATT” in the display, charge the
rechargeable battery. You may be able to
operate the recorder for a while after “LOW
BATT” has appeared. However, if you operate
the recorder until the rechargeable battery is
completely discharged, you may not be able to
recharge it again by placing the recorder on
the battery charging stand. If this happens,
remove the battery from the recorder once,
then reinsert it before placing the recorder on
the battery charging stand.
• Please note the following points when
charging the battery:
—If you press x/CHG immediately after
charging has completed, charging will
begin again. If this happens, press x/CHG
again to stop the charging operation since
the battery is already fully charged.
—Charging stops when you try to operate the
recorder during charging.
Battery life
For details, refer to (“Battery life”,
page 59).
When recording
(Unit: approx.hours)
Batteries
SP
LP2
LP4
Stereo Stereo Stereo
NC-WMAA
Nickel
Cadmium
rechargeable
battery
4
6
7.5
LR6 (SG)
Sony alkaline
dry battery
9
13
16
When playing
(Unit: approx.hours)
Batteries
SP
LP2
LP4
Stereo Stereo Stereo
NC-WMAA
Nickel
Cadmium
rechargeable
battery
15
16
20
42
LR6 (SG)
Sony alkaline
dry battery
48
56
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Recording an MD right away!
(Synchro-recording)
This section explains the basic procedure for making digital
recordings using an optical cable connected to a CD player, Digital
TV or other digital equipment. (For further information, see “System
limitations” (page 63)) During synchro-recording, the recorder starts
and stops recording in sync with the sound source. Track marks are
added wherever they appear in the sound source. It is recommended to
use the AC power adaptor when recording.
To record from an analog source such as a cassette deck or a radio t “Recording in analog
(Analog Recording)” (page 25).
To record using group mode t “Recording tracks using the group function (Group Mode
Recording)” (page 27).
1 Insert an MD.
1
Press OPEN to open the lid.
2
Insert an MD with the label side facing
front, and press the lid down to close.
Make sure to
check the
record-protect
tab is closed.
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2 Make connections. (Insert the cables
firmly and completely into the appropriate jacks)
to a wall
outlet
CD player, MD
player, DVD
video player, etc.
Portable CD
player, etc.
to a digital (Optical) out jack
AC power adaptor
Optical plug
Optical mini-plug
Optical cable
POC-15B*,
etc.
to LINE IN (OPTICAL)
to DC IN 3V
∗ See “Optional accessories” (page 77).
3 Record an MD.
REC
x/N/
./ >/
X/ENTER
MENU
END SEARCH
1
While the recorder is stopped, press
MENU.
Menu items appear in the display.
2
Press . or > repeatedly until
“SYNC REC” flashes in the display, and
then press ENTER.
3
Press . or > repeatedly until
“SYNC ON” flashes in the display, and
then press ENTER.
4
Press and slide REC to the right.
The recorder pauses and stands by for
recording.
5
Play the CD or tape you want to record.
The recorder starts recording
automatically when it receives the
playing sound.
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To stop recording, press x.
After you press x to stop, the recorder will automatically turn off in about 10 seconds (when using the
dry battery or the rechargeable battery) or about 3 minutes (when using the AC power adaptor).
To cancel synchro-recording
Press . or > repeatedly until “SYNC OFF” flashes in the display in step 3, and then press
ENTER.
Note
If you record on a previously recorded disc, the recorder is factory set to overwrite the
entire contents of the disc. If you want the recording to start after the existing contents,
do the procedure “Recording without overwriting existing material” (page 29) before
doing step 3, “Record an MD.” (page 17).
To
Press
Record from the end of the
current contents1)
If “REC-Posi” (the record-starting position setting) is set
to “From Here”, press END SEARCH, and then press
and slide REC to the right.1)
If “REC-Posi” is set to “From End”, press and slide REC
to the right.
Record over partway through
the previous recording1)
N, ., or > to find the start point of recording and
press x to stop. Then press and slide REC to the right.
Pause
X2).
Press X again to resume recording.
Remove the MD
x and open the lid.3) (The lid does not open while “TOC
Edit” is flashing in the display.)
1) If
“REC-Posi” is set to “From End”, recording operations will always start from the end of the
previously recorded material without pressing the END SEARCH button (page 29).
track mark is added at the point where you press X again to resume recording while pausing; thus
the remainder of the track will be counted as a new track.
3) If you open the lid while “REC-Posi” is set to “From Here”, recording will begin from the top of the
disc the next time you record. Check the point to start recording on the display.
2) A
If the recording does not start
• Make sure the recorder is not locked (page 14, 58).
• Make sure the MD is not record-protected (page 14, 61).
• Premastered MDs cannot be recorded over.
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About the DSP TYPE-R for ATRAC
“TYPE-R” is a high-level Sony specification
used in the Digital Signal Processor (DSP),
which is heart of the MiniDisc sound. This
technology gives the MiniDisc recorder twice
the signal processing capability as previous
MiniDisc Walkman models, producing a sound
quality close to that of MiniDisc decks. This
unit supports the “TYPE-R” function only
during recording or playback in normal stereo
(or monaural) mode. It does not support this
function in MDLP mode, or during the
checking out of audio data from the computer
in normal stereo (or monaural) mode using
OpenMG Jukebox.
Notes
• The pause function cannot be turned on or off
manually during synchro-recording. Press x
to stop recording.
• Do not change SYNC REC setting while
recording. Recording may not be done
properly.
• Even when there is no recorded sound on the
sound source, there may be cases when
recording does not pause automatically during
synchro-recording 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.
• You cannot change the recording mode during
recording.
• “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
the recorder or disconnect the power source
while the indication is flashing in the display.
• The lid does not open until “TOC Edit”
disappears in the display.
• If the power supply is disrupted (i.e. the
battery is removed or becomes exhausted or
the AC power adaptor is disconnected) during
a recording or editing operation, or while
“TOC Edit” appears in the display, then it will
not be possible to open the lid until power is
restored.
• You can make a digital recording only from an
optical type output.
• When recording from a portable CD player,
set the CD player to pause, and then do the
recording procedure on the recorder.
• 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.
—On some portable CD players, optical
output may not be possible when using an
anti-skip function (e.g., ESP* or GPROTECTION). If this is the case, turn off
the anti-skip function.
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• When there is no sound from the player for
more than 3 seconds during synchrorecording, the recorder goes into the standby
mode automatically. 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.
• For longer recording, follow step 1 of “Longtime recording (MDLP)” (page 26) to select
the recording mode, and then start the
procedure of synchro-recording.
• 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.
• The recording level is adjusted automatically.
To adjust the level manually, see “Adjusting
the recording level manually (Manual
Recording)” (page 32).
• You can monitor the sound during recording.
Connect the supplied headphones/earphones
with remote control to i and adjust the
volume by pressing VOL +/–. This does not
affect the recording level.
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Transferring songs from the
computer to the MiniDisc (Check-out)
1 Install the supplied OpenMG Jukebox
software onto your computer.
For details, refer to the OpenMG Jukebox Operating Instructions.
Note
When you connect the recorder to your computer for the first time, make sure to install the
“OpenMG Jukebox software” and “Net MD driver” from the supplied CD-ROM. If OpenMG
Jukebox has already been installed, you should install the driver for the Net MD before
connecting the recorder to your computer. If you connect the recorder to the computer without
first installing the Net MD driver, the recorder will not operate properly.
2 Make connections.
For details, refer to the OpenMG Jukebox Operating Instructions.
To the wall outlet
To the USB connecting
Jack of the recorder.
AC power
adaptor
USB cable
To the USB connecting
jack of your computer.
1
Insert a disc into the recorder.
2
Insert a charged rechargeable battery into the recorder.
3
Connect the AC power adaptor to the recorder.
4
Open the USB connecting jack cover, and then connect the recorder to your computer
with the supplied USB cable.
Notes
• Make sure to connect the AC power adaptor to the recorder and the AC power adaptor to a wall outlet.
• This recorder supports USB 2.0 Full speed (previously USB 1.1).
• Use of this recorder with a USB hub or a USB extension cable is not guaranteed. Make sure to use the
USB cable for connection.
• Connect only one MD recorder to your computer. If more than one recorder is connected, normal
operation is not guaranteed.
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In step 3, you can also connect the recorder to the AC power adaptor by placing it on the battery
charging stand.
3 Record audio data to the OpenMG
Jukebox.
For details, refer to the OpenMG Jukebox Operating Instructions.
The display window on the recorder appears as shown below when the recorder is
connected to your computer.
4 Transfer the music file to the
recorder (Check-out).
For details, refer to the OpenMG Jukebox Operating Instructions.
Notes
• Only the VOL +/– buttons on the recorder and the VOL +/– control and the SOUND button
on the remote control can be used when the recorder is connected to your computer.
• Make sure not to touch the recorder or disconnect the AC power adaptor and the USB cable
while checking out, as this may cause the data recorded up to that point to be lost.
• While the recorder is connected to your computer, the lid will not open during editing
operations.
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Playing an MD right away!
1 Insert an MD.
1
Press OPEN to open the lid.
2
Insert an MD with the label side facing
front, and press the lid down to close.
2
Press VOL +/– on the recorder to adjust
the volume.
Pull and turn the control on the remote
control.
The volume will be shown in the
display. After you adjust the volume,
push back the control.
2 Play an MD.
VOL +/–
x/N/./
>/X
Control
To stop play, press x.
x
1
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Press N on the recorder.
Turn the control towards N> on the
remote control.
A short beep sounds in the headphones/
earphones.
A long beep sounds in the headphones/
earphones.
After you press x on the recorder or press x
on the remote control to stop, the recorder will
automatically turn off in about 10 seconds
(when using the dry battery or the rechargeable
battery) or about 3 minutes (when using AC
power adaptor).
Playback starts from the point you last stopped
playing. To start playback from the beginning
of the first track, press and hold N for 2
seconds or more on the recorder, or turn and
hold the control towards N> for 2 seconds
or more on the remote control.
To
Operation on the recorder Operation on the remote
control
Turn the control towards ..
Find the beginning of Press ..
the current track or a Press . repeatedly until the Turn the control towards .
beginning of the desired track. repeatedly until the beginning of
previous track1)
the desired track.
Find the beginning of Press > once.
the next track2)
Turn the control towards
N>.
Go backwards while
playing
Press and hold ..
Turn and hold the control
towards ..
Go forward while
playing
Press and hold >.
Turn and hold the control
towards N>.
Pause
Press X.
Press X again to resume play.
Press X.
Press X again to resume play.
Remove the MD
Press x, and open the lid.3)
Press x, and open the lid.
1) If
you press . twice continuously while playing the first track of the disc, the recorder goes to the
beginning of the last track on the disc.
you press > 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 58).
Suppressing the skips of the sound
(G-PROTECTION)
The G-PROTECTION function was developed
to provide a higher level of shock resistance
than that of existing players.
Note
The playback sound may skip if:
• the recorder receives stronger continuous
shock.
• a dirty or scratched MiniDisc is played.
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• The playback mode will switch automatically
(stereo, LP2 stereo, LP4 stereo, or monaural).
• To play only the tracks in a certain group, see
“Using the group function (Group Mode)”
(page 35).
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Various ways of recording
Note on digital and analog recording (Digital input
and analog input)
The input 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 an MD right away! (Synchro-recording)” (page 16)
to record using digital (optical) input, and “Recording in analog (Analog Recording)”
(page 25) to record using analog (line) input.
Difference between digital (optical) and analog (line) inputs
Difference
Digital (optical) input
Analog (line) input
Connectable Equipment with a digital (optical)
source
output jack (CD player, DVD player,
etc.)
Equipment with an analog (line)
output jack (Casette deck, radio,
record player, etc.)
Usable cord
Optical cable (with an optical or an
optical-mini plug) (page 17)
Line cable (with 2 phono plugs
or a stereo-mini plug) (page 25)
Signal from
the source
Digital
Analog
Even when a digital source (such
as a CD) is connected, the signal
sent to the recorder is analog.
Track
marks1)
Marked automatically
Marked (copied) automatically
• after more than 2 seconds of no
• at the same positions as the source
sound (page 78) or low-level
(when the sound source is a CD or an
segment.
MD).
• when the recorder is paused
• after more than 2 seconds of no
while recording.
sound (page 78) or low-level segment
(with a sound source other than a CD
or an MD).
• when the recorder is paused (3
seconds of no sound is encountered
while synchro-recording)
Recorded
sound level
Same as the source.
Can also be adjusted manually (Digital
REC level control) (“Adjusting the
recording level manually (Manual
Recording)”, page 32).
1) You
Adjusted automatically. Can also
be adjusted manually (“Adjusting
the recording level manually
(Manual Recording)”, page 32).
can erase unnecessary marks after recording. (“Erasing a track mark”, page 52).
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 through the digital
(optical) input.
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Recording in analog
(Analog Recording)
The sound will be input from the
connected equipment as an analog signal,
but recorded digitally to the disc.
To connect to a sound source, an optional
line cable is required. When connecting
the cable, make sure to insert the
connectors firmly.
CD player,
cassette recorder,
etc.
1
Press and slide REC to the right.
REC indication lights up in the
display and recording starts.
2
Play the source you want to record.
For other recording operations, see
“Recording an MD right away!
(Synchro-recording)” (page 16).
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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.
Note
to LINE OUT jacks, etc
L
(white)
If you temporarily stop a recording operation
by pressing X, a track mark will be added at
that point when you press X again to resume
recording. The recording resumes a new track.
R (red)
Line cable*
REC
to LINE IN (OPTICAL)
∗ Use the connecting cords without an
attenuator. To connect to a portable
CD player having a stereo minijack, use the RK-G136 connecting
cord. For more information on
connecting cords, see “Optional
accessories” (page 77).
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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
(stereo) recording time. Monaural
recording at 2 times normal recording
time is also possible.
MDs recorded in monaural, LP2, or
LP4 mode can be played back only
on MD players or recorders with
monaural, LP2, or LP4 playback
mode.
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MENU
REC
Recording Display
mode1)
Recording
time3)
Monaural2)
Approx. 160
min.
MONO
1) For
better sound quality, record in normal
stereo (SP) or LP2 mode.
2) If you record a stereo source in monaural, the
sounds from left and right will be mixed.
3) When using an 80-minute recordable MD
4
5
Press and slide REC to the right.
Play the source you want to record.
To stop recording, press x.
The recorder keeps the setting of the
recording mode when you record the next
time.
When you do not want “LP:”
added automatically at the
beginning of a track
1
While the recorder is stopped, press
MENU.
2
Press . or > repeatedly until
“REC MODE” flashes in the display,
and then press ENTER.
3
Press . or > repeatedly to
select the desired recording mode,
and then press ENTER.
Each time you press . or >,
the display changes as follows:
Recording Display
mode1)
Recording
time3)
SP stereo
SP
Approx. 80
min.
LP2 stereo
LP2
Approx. 160
min.
LP4 stereo
LP4
Approx. 320
min.
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When “LP:” is added to the beginning of a
track, “LP:” is displayed whenever an
attempt is made to play or edit the disc on
a unit that does not support MDLP mode.
This display lets you know that playback
or editing of the track is not possible on
the machine being used. The recorder is
factory set to add “LP:” (“Stamp ON”) at
the start of each track.
1
While the recorder is stopped, press
MENU.
2
Press . or > repeatedly until
“OPTION” flashes in the display, and
then press the ENTER.
3
Press . or > repeatedly until
“LP Stamp” flashes in the display,
and then press ENTER.
4
Press . or > repeatedly until
“Stamp OFF” flashes in the display,
and then press ENTER.
If you want “LP:” added, select “Stamp
ON” in this step, and then press ENTER.
Note
“LP:” is added to tracks checked-out in LP
stereo from your computer regardless of the
“LP Stamp” setting. If you want to delete
“LP:”, do the procedure “Relabeling
recordings” (page 45)
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• Audio components that support the LP2 stereo
or LP4 stereo modes are indicated by the
or
logo marks.
• If you set the recorder so that “LP:” is not
added at the beginning of the track, you will
be able to enter longer track names by using
the full length of the text string (page 43).
• You can achieve high sound quality and rich
tones when recording in SP stereo (or
monaural) thanks to the newly developed DSP
TYPE-R for ATRAC (Adaptive TRansform
Acoustic Coding) (page 19).
Recording tracks using
the group function
(Group Mode Recording)
What is the group function
(Group Mode)?
It is a function that allows you to separate
tracks on a disc into different groups for
playback, recording and editing.
When group mode is OFF.
Disc
Track number
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
When group mode is ON.
Disc
Notes
Group 1
Group 2
• It is recommended that you use the AC power
adaptor for long recordings.
• If you try to play an MD recorded in LP2 or
LP4 on MD players or recorders that do not
support these modes, playback will not start
and “LP:” will appear on the display.
• Sound recorded through digital (optical) input
can be monitored in stereo through
headphones/earphones, etc.
• 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 normal
stereo or LP2 mode to obtain better sound
quality.
Track
number
Track
number
1 2 3
1 2
Group 3
Track
number
1 2 3 4
It is convenient for managing multiple CD
albums recorded in MDLP (LP2 stereo/
LP4 stereo) mode onto a single MD. You
can create a maximum of 99 groups on a
disc.
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How is group information
recorded?
When recording in group mode, the group
information is written to the disc name
recording area automatically.
This information consists of text strings
that are written as shown in the following
example.
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Disc name recording area
Example
GROUP
END SEARCH
1
1
2
3
2
3
DISPLAY
Disc name: “Favorites”
Group name for tracks 1 to 5: “Rock”
Group name for tracks 6 to 9: “Pops”
Therefore, the above character string is
displayed in its entirety as the disc name
if you load an MD recorded in group
mode into a system that does not support
group mode, or if you try to edit the
contents of a disc on this recorder with the
group mode turned off.
It is possible to change the
character string by doing
“Relabeling recordings” procedure
in the “Labeling/relabeling
recordings” (page 43). Note that if
you rewrite this character string by
mistake, you may be unable to use
the group function of that MD.
Control
To activate group mode
(Group Mode Recording)
To record tracks in group mode, you must
first turn group mode on before the start
of recording.
On the recorder
1
Notes
• The group function setting is stored even if
you eject the MD or turn off the recorder.
• 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.
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x
Press GROUP for 2 seconds or more.
“
” lights up and group mode turns
on.
To cancel group mode, press GROUP
for 2 seconds or more again.
On the remote control
1
Press DISPLAY for 2 seconds or
more.
2
Turn the control until “GROUP”
flashes in the display, and then press
x to enter.
3
Turn the control until “GROUP ON”
flashes in the display, and then press
x to enter.
“G” lights up in the display.
To cancel group mode, select
“GROUP OFF” in this step.
Recording a track into a new
group
• This function can be operated on the
recorder only.
• Turn group mode on.
1
Press END SEARCH while the
recorder is stopped.
2
3
Press and slide REC to the right.
Play the source sound.
To stop recording
Press x. The material that was recorded
up until x was pressed is entered as a new
group.
Recording a track into an
existing group
3
4
Press GROUP.
“
” flashes in the display and you
can select a group directly (Group
Skip Mode) (page 36).
2
Within 5 seconds, press . or >
repeatedly until the group you want
the track to belong to appears.
“
” flashes and after a while it
lights up in the display.
Play the source sound.
Newly recorded track is added after
the current contents.
Notes
• Even if “REC-Posi” is set to “From Here”,
newly recorded tracks are inserted after the
existing tracks in the specified group without
recording over the current contents.
• Group skip mode turns off automatically in
step 2 if nothing is done within 5 seconds. To
continue the procedure, do step 1 again.
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To add a track that is playing to a group, stop
playing the track first, and then do the
procedure from step 3.
Recording without
overwriting existing
material
If you wish to avoid overwriting the
current contents of an MD, do the
following procedure. All new material
will then be recorded from the end of the
current contents. The recorder is factory
set to record over existing material
• This function can be operated on the
recorder only.
• Turn group mode on.
• Insert a disc with group settings.
1
Press and slide REC to the right.
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1
While the recorder is stopped, press
MENU.
2
press . or > until “OPTION”
flashes in the display, and then press
ENTER.
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3
Press . or > repeatedly until
“REC-Posi” flashes in the display,
and then press ENTER.
4
Press . or > repeatedly until
“From End” flashes in the display,
and then press ENTER.
Recording from a
microphone
Stereo
microphone*
To start recording from the
current point
Select “From Here” in step 4.
REC
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To temporarily record without recording over
the current contents, press END SEARCH
before the start of recording. The recording will
begin after the last track, even if “REC-Posi” is
set to “From Here” (factory setting). The
remaining recordable time on the disc will
appear in the display when you press END
SEARCH.
to MIC (PLUG IN POWER)
∗ See “Optional accessories” (page 77).
Notes
• The setting will remain even after the power is
turned off.
• If you start recording while the recorder is in
play-pause mode, the recording will begin
from the point at which it is paused even when
the “REC-Posi” is set to “From End”.
1
Turn the power of the stereo
microphone off, and then connect it to
the MIC (PLUG IN POWER) jack.
The recorder changes to microphone
input automatically.
2
Turn the power of the stereo
microphone on.
3
Press and slide REC to the right.
For other operations, see “Recording
an MD right away! (Synchrorecording)” (page 16).
Notes
• The recorder automatically switches input in
the following order; optical input, microphone
input, and analog input. You cannot record
through the microphone while an optical cable
is connected to the LINE IN (OPTICAL) jack.
• The microphone may pick up the operating
sound of the recorder itself. Use the
microphone away from the recorder in such
cases. Do not use a microphone with a short
connector, as this may cause the operating
sound of the recorder to be picked up.
• Only left-channel sound is recorded when a
monaural microphone is used.
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Adding track marks
automatically (Auto
Time Stamp)
Use this feature to add track marks
automatically at specified intervals when
recording through the analog input
connector or a microphone.
Using Auto Time Stamp to add
track marks while recording
When the elapsed recording time
exceeds the time interval for Auto
Time Stamp:
The recorder adds track marks at the point
you set the time interval and from that
point the recorder adds a track mark
whenever the time interval has elapsed.
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Example: Eight minutes of recording has
been completed when the Auto Time
Stamp time interval is set to 5 minutes.
A track mark will be added at the 8minute point (after the start of recording)
and after each 5-minute interval
thereafter.
1
While the recorder is recording or in
recording pause, press MENU.
2
Press . or > repeatedly until
“TIME MARK” flashes in the
display, and then press ENTER.
3
Press . or > repeatedly until
the desired time interval flashes in the
display, and then press ENTER.
Select one of the following intervals:
Display
Time
OFF
—
5 min. ON
Approx. 5 min.
10 min. ON
Approx. 10 min.
15 min. ON
Approx. 15 min.
To cancel Auto Time Stamp
Select “OFF” in step 3, and then press
ENTER, or stop recording.
When the time interval set for Auto
Time Stamp exceeds the elapsed
recording time:
The recorder adds a track mark when the
set Auto Time Stamp time interval has
elapsed.
Example: Three minutes of recording has
been completed when the Auto Time
Stamp time interval is set to 5 minutes.
A track mark will be added at the 5minute point (after the start of recording)
and after each 5-minute interval
thereafter.
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“T” appears before the track display on the
recorder for track marks added by Auto Time
Stamp, and “T” appears after the time display
on the remote control.
Notes
• Automatic track marking by Auto Time Stamp
starts when you add a normal track mark to
the disc (i.e., by pressing T MARK or X,
etc.).
• The setting will be lost when the recording
stopped.
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Adjusting the recording
level manually (Manual
Recording)
6
When you record, the sound level is
adjusted automatically. If necessary, you
can set the recording level manually
during both analog and digital recording.
This function can be set with the recorder
only.
REC
Volume
decreases
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MENU
While observing the level meter in the
display, adjust the recording level by
pressing . or >.
Set the level so that the meter
segments light up around the fifth
segment (–12 dB) (the center of the
level meter) below the display
window.
If the sound is too high, lower the
recording level until the level meter
just barely reaches the ninth segment
(OVER) below the display window.
REC
increases
,
+
–12 dB
1
While holding down X, press and
slide REC to the right.
The recorder stands by for recording.
2
3
Press MENU.
4
Press . or > repeatedly until
“RecVolume” flashes in the display,
and then press ENTER.
Press . or > repeatedly until
“ManualREC” flashes in the display,
and then press ENTER.
ManualRec
To switch back to the automatic
control, Press . or >
repeatedly until “Auto REC” flashes
in the display, and then press ENTER.
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Play the source.
OVER
Recording does not start in this step.
If your source is an externally
connected component, be sure to cue
the source to the beginning of the
material to be recorded before you
start playback.
7
Press X again to start recording.
To stop recording
Press x. The recording level control is
switched back to automatic control when you
record the next time.
To switch back to automatic
level control
Select “Auto REC” in step 4.
Notes
• If you press x during recording operation, the
recorder will revert to automatic recording
level adjustment mode the next time you start
a recording operation.
• To set the recording level manually during
synchro-recording, do the procedure below.
1 Select “SYNC OFF” in step 3 of “Record an
MD.” (page 17).
2 Do steps 1 to 4 of manual recording
procedure. Then do steps 2 and 3, and select
“SYNC ON” in the synchro-recording
procedure (page 17).
Recording starts automatically whenever the
source sound is played.
• You cannot switch from “Auto REC” to
“ManualREC” (or vice-versa) during
recording.
Checking the remaining
recordable time
You can check the remaining time, track
number, etc. when recording or during
stop. Group-related items appear only
when a track with group settings is played
and then stopped.
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DISPLAY
On the recorder
1
2
3
Press MENU.
Press . or > repeatedly until
“DISPLAY” flashes in the display,
and then press ENTER.
Press . or > repeatedly until
the information you want flashes in
the display.
Each time you press >, the display
changes as follows:
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Display window on the recorder
A
B
On the remote control
1
Press DISPLAY while recording or in
stop mode.
Each time you press the button, the
display changes as follows:
Display window on the remote control
D
On A
LapTime
The elapsed time of the current
track.
r
RecRemain
The remaining recordable time.
r
GP Remain
The remaining time after the current
track in a group.
r
AllRemain
The remaining time after the current
location.
E
Indication D/E
While recording
Track number/Elapsed time
r
Track number/Remaining time for
recording
In stop mode
Items may not be selectable depending on
group mode’s on/off status or the recorder’s
operating status.
Track number/Elapsed time
r
Track number/Track name
r
Number of tracks in the group/
Group name
r
The number of tracks in the disc/
Disc name
4
Note
Note
Press ENTER.
The information selected in step 3
appears in A and B.
A — track number, track name,
group name, or disc name.
B — the information selected in step
3.
Note
Items may appear differently depending on
group mode’s on/off status, the recorder’s
operating status, or the recorder settings.
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If you want to check the playing position or
track name while playing, see page 41.
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Items may appear differently or may not be
selectable, depending on the group mode’s on/
off status, the recorder’s operating status, or the
recorder settings.
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• If you want to check the playing position or
track name while playing, see page 41.
• The display that appears on the recorder is
different from the ones on the remote control.
See “On the recorder” (page 33) to check the
display that appears on the recorder.
Various ways of playback
Searching for a specific
track or a position
quickly (Quick Search)
6
Press X to cancel the pause.
Playback starts from the selected
track.
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If you do the procedures while the recorder is
shuffling the tracks, shuffle play starts from the
track that you selected.
DISPLAY
X
Using the group
function (Group Mode)
Control
x
You can do two kinds of quick search.
• Index search (Index) — Searching
quickly while monitoring the track
numbers or track names (factory
setting).
• Time search (Time) — Searching
quickly while monitoring the elapsed
time.
The search mode can be selected only on
the remote control while the recorder is
stopped, playing, or play-paused.
1
Press DISPLAY for 2 seconds or
more.
2
Turn the control repeatedly until
“SEARCH” flashes in the display,
and then press x to enter.
3
Turn the control repeatedly until
“Index”(index search) or “Time”(time
search) flashes in the display, and
then press x to enter.
4
Press X while playing a disc.
The playback will pause.
5
Turn and hold the control until the
desired track number/track name
(Index search) or the desired elapsed
time (Time search) appears in the
display.
The recorder can operate various
playback with a disc which has group
setting. For more information on the
group mode, see “Recording tracks using
the group function (Group Mode
Recording)” (page 27).
GROUP
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PLAY MODE
Control
x
Listening to tracks in a
specific group (Group Mode
Playback)
• Insert a disc with group settings.
On the recorder
1
Start playback.
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2
Press GROUP for 2 seconds or more
to turn group mode on.
Playback stops at the end of the last
track in the selected group.
For details on selecting another
group, see “Selecting and playing
groups (Group Skip Mode)”
(page 36).
On the remote control, select “GROUP
OFF” in step 4, and then press x to enter.
Note
On the remote control
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.
1
2
Start playback.
Selecting and playing groups
(Group Skip Mode)
3
Turn the control repeatedly until
“GROUP” flashes in the display, and
then press x to enter.
4
Turn the control repeatedly until
“GROUP ON” flashes in the display,
and then press x to turn the group
mode on.
Playback stops at the end of the last
track in the selected group.
For details on selecting another
group, see “Selecting and playing
groups (Group Skip Mode)”
(page 36).
Press DISPLAY for 2 seconds or
more.
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• You can also change play modes (repeat play,
shuffle play, or program play) in the selected
group. After the procedures here, follow the
steps of “Changing play modes” (page 37).
• Pressing > on the recorder or N> on
the remote control during the last track of the
group moves playback to the first track of the
group, and pressing . twice continuously
on the recorder or the remote control during
the first track of the group moves playback to
the last track of the group.
• Group number appears at the upper left of the
display window.
To turn off the group function
On the recorder, press GROUP for 2
seconds or more again.
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Operations are possible regardless of
whether group mode is on or off.
However, playback on the recorder will
differ, depending on whether group mode
is on or off.
• When group mode is on:
Playback starts from the first track of the
selected group and ends with the last
track in the group.
• When group mode is off:
Playback starts from the first track of the
selected group and ends with the last
track in the disc.
When group mode is off:
Disc
Track number
1 2 3
Skip
5 6
Skip
7 8
Skip
4
Changing play modes
When group mode is on:
Disc
Group 1
Track
number
1 2 3
Skip
Group 2
Track
number
Group 3
1 2
1 2
Track
number
Skip
You can select from various play modes
such as single play (1 Track), shuffle play
(Shuffle), and program play (PGM). You
can also select repeat play in such play
mode.
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MENU
Skip
• Insert a disc with group settings.
On the recorder
PLAY MODE
1
Press GROUP.
“ ” flashes in the display and
groups become selectable.
2
Within 5 seconds, press . or >
repeatedly to select your desired
group, and then press ENTER.
The recorder starts playing from the
first track in the group.
On the remote control
RPT/ENT
Control
On the recorder
1
1
Press and hold PLAYMODE until
“– – –” flashes in the display.
While the recorder is playing or
stopped, press MENU.
2
2
Within 5 seconds, turn the control
repeatedly to select your desired
group.
Press . or > repeatedly until
“PLAY MODE” flashes in the
display, and then press ENTER again.
3
Press . or > repeatedly to
select play mode, and then press
ENTER.
Note
If no operation is performed within 5 seconds
after step 1, group skip mode will be canceled
and you will not be able to perform step 2
thereafter. To continue with step 1 at this point,
repeat from the beginning of the procedure.
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Display window on the recorder
When you press >, A changes.
When you press ENTER, B appears.
On the remote control
1
A
Shuf.Rep
B
On A/B
Normal/(none)
All the tracks are played once.
r
AllRepeat/
All the tracks are played repeatedly.
r
1 Track/1
A track is played once.
r
1 Repeat/ 1
A single track is played repeatedly.
r
Shuffle/SHUF
After the currently selected track
finishes playing, the remaining
tracks are played in random order.
r
Shuf.Rep/ SHUF
After the currently selected track
finishes playing, the remaining
tracks are played repeatedly in
random order.
r
PGM/PGM
Tracks are played in the order that
you specified.
r
PGMRepeat/
PGM
Tracks are played repeatedly in the
order that you specified.
Display window on the remote control
Play mode indication
Indication (Play Mode)
— (All the tracks are played once.)
r
1 (A single track is played.)
r
SHUF (After the currently
selected track finishes playing, the
remaining tracks are played in
random order)
r
PGM (Tracks are played in the
order that you specified.)
order that you specified.)
2
If you want to repeat in the selected
play mode, press RPT/ENT.
“ ” appears in the display and the
recorder plays as the selected play
mode repeatedly.
Creating a program (Program
Play)
You can set the program play up to 20
tracks.
On the recorder
1
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Press PLAY MODE while the
recorder is playing.
Each press of the button changes the
play mode indication as shown below
and starts playback in the selected
play mode.
Press MENU while “PGM” flashes in
the display in step 3 of “Changing
play modes” (page 37).
2
Press . or > repeatedly to
select a track and then press ENTER.
The selected track enters.
3
4
Repeat step 2 to program more tracks.
Press ENTER for 2 seconds or more.
The program is set and the playback
starts from the first track.
On the remote control
1
While the recorder is playing, press
PLAY MODE repeatedly until
“PGM ” flashes in the display.
2
Turn the control repeatedly to select a
track number, and then press RPT/
ENT to enter a track number.
Track
number
3
4
• If you turn group mode on or off while setting
a program, the program setting mode will be
canceled but the program you set up to that
point will remain.
• If you turn group mode on during program
play, the program setting is canceled.
To adjust the sound
quality (Digital Sound
Preset)
You can make adjustments to the sound
quality to suit your taste, and then store
two sets of these adjustments.
ENTER/./
>/x/X
MENU
Program number
Repeat step 2 to program more tracks.
SOUND
Press RPT/ENT for 2 seconds or
more.
The program is set and the playback
starts from the first track.
Control
z
• The program play setting will be remain in
memory even after playback finished or is
stopped.
• You can specify play mode for a selected
group when group mode is on. To activate
group mode, see “Listening to tracks in a
specific group (Group Mode Playback)”
(page 35).
• Play mode can also be selected when the
recorder is stopped.
Notes
x
Selecting the sound quality
Factory settings of the Digital
Sound Preset
Factory settings of the Digital Sound
Preset are as follows:
• “SOUND 1”: bass +1, treble ±0
• “SOUND 2”: bass +3, treble ±0
• All program settings are lost when the lid of
the recorder is opened.
• If the recorder is stopped and left inactive for
5 minutes in the middle of a programming
operation, the tracks selected up to that point
are entered as the program.
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To select a preset sound
4
Press ENTER.
“B” (bass) is set and the display
changes to “T” (treble) setting mode.
5
Press . or > repeatedly to
adjust the sound level, and then press
ENTER.
“T” (treble) is set.
The sound settings are saved and the
playback display appears again.
On the recorder
1 Press MENU, press . or >
repeatedly until “SOUND” flashes in
the display, and then press ENTER.
2 Press . or > repeatedly until
“SOUND 1” or “SOUND 2” flashes in
the display, and then press ENTER.
On the remote control
1 Press SOUND repeatedly to select
“SOUND 1” or “SOUND 2” appears in
the display.
On the remote control
1
Press SOUND repeatedly to select
“SOUND 1” or “SOUND 2”.
2
During playback, press SOUND for 2
seconds or more.
The recorder changes to B (bass)
setting mode. Pressing the SOUND
button for 2 seconds again changes
the recorder back to T (treble) setting
mode.
Adjusting the sound quality
You can change the preset sound quality.
To change the preset sound quality, select
“SOUND 1” or “SOUND 2”, the one you
want to change, in advance.
On the recorder
1
While playing and “SOUND 1” or
“SOUND 2” has been selected, press
MENU.
2
Press . or > repeatedly until
“SOUND SET” flashes in the display,
and then press ENTER.
The display shows the currently
selected “B” (bass) sound setting.
3
Press . or > repeatedly to
adjust the sound level.
Pressing . or > moves the
cursor left to right.
The cursor moves. (Position: +2)
B-===== +
-4
±0
+3
The sound can be adjusted in 8 steps
(–4, –3, ...±0, ...+2, +3).
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When you select bass-setting mode,
“B” appears. When you select treblesetting mode, “T” appears.
3
Turn the control towards . or
N> repeatedly to adjust the bass
or the treble.
Example: While adjusting the bass
The cursor moves.
(Position: –2)
–4
±0 +3
The sound can be adjusted in 8 steps
(–4, –3, ...±0, ...+2, +3).
Checking the remaining
time or the playing
position
You can check the track name, disc name,
etc. during playback. Group-related items
appear only when a track with group
settings is played.
To switch “B” (bass) and “T”
(treble):
press SOUND for 2 seconds or more.
To switch “SOUND 1” and
“SOUND 2”:
press SOUND for a short time.
4
MENU
ENTER/./
>
DISPLAY
Press x to enter.
The sound settings are saved and the
playback display appears again.
To cancel the Digital Sound
Preset
• On the recorder
Select “SOUND OFF” in step 2 on “To
select a preset sound”.
• On the remote control
Press SOUND repeatedly until nothing
appears in the display in step 1 on “To
select a preset sound”.
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On the recorder
1
While the recorder is playing, press
MENU.
2
Press . or > repeatedly until
“DISPLAY” flashes in the display,
and then press ENTER.
• Settings can also be changed while playback
is momentarily paused (X).
• If the recorder is not operated approximately
for 5 minutes, the current setting is stored and
the display automatically switches to normal
playback.
Notes
• When you use the Digital Sound Preset, the
sound may break or become distorted
depending on the settings or the track. In this
case, change the settings of the sound quality.
• Changing to another Digital Sound Preset
during a recording operation will not affect
the quality of recorded sound.
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3
Press . or > repeatedly until
the information you want flashes in
the display.
Each time you press >, the display
changes as follows:
Display window on the recorder
On the remote control
1
Display window on the remote control
A
B
On A
LapTime
The elapsed time of the current
track.
r
1 Remain
The remaining time of the current
track.
r
GP Remain
The remaining time after the current
location in the group.
r
AllRemain
The remaining time after the current
location.
4
Press ENTER.
The display changes as follows.
The information selected in step 3
appears in A and B.
A — track number, track name,
group name, or disc name.
B — the information selected in step
3.
Note
Items may appear differently or may not
selectable, depending on the group mode’s on/
off status or the recorder’s operating status.
z
If you want to check the remaining time or the
recording position while recording or in stop
mode, see page 33.
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Press DISPLAY while playing.
Each time you press DISPLAY, the
display changes as follows:
D
E
Indication D/E
Track number/Elapsed time
r
Track number/Track name
r
The number of tracks in the group/
Group name
r
The number of tracks in the disc/
Disc name
Note
Items may appear differently depending on the
group mode’s on/off status, the recorder’s
operating status, or the recorder settings.
z
• If you want to check the remaining time or the
recording position while recording or in stop
mode, see page 33.
• The display that appears on the recorder is
different from the ones on the remote control.
See “On the recorder” (page 41) to check the
display that appears on the recorder.
Editing recorded tracks
You can edit your recordings by adding/
erasing track marks or labeling tracks and
MDs. Premastered MDs cannot be edited.
• You cannot edit tracks on an MD that is
record-protected. Before editing tracks, close
the tab on the side of the MD (page 61).
• If you perform an editing operation while
playing, editing results will not be recorded
until you stop the recorder and “TOC Edit”
disappears in the display.
• Do not move the recorder while “TOC Edit”*
is flashing in the display.
• The lid does not open until “TOC Edit”
disappears in the display after editing.
• When group mode is on, editing can be
performed only for the tracks registered into
the selected group.
∗ TOC = Table of Contents
Labeling/relabeling
recordings
You can name tracks, groups and discs
using the recorder’s character palette.
Available characters
• Capital and small letters of the English
alphabet
• Numbers 0 to 9
•! " # $ % & ( ) * . ; < = > ?
@ _ ` + – ' , / : _ (space)
Numbers of characters you
can input
Track, group, or disc name: Approx. 200
each
Notes
• “NAME FULL” appears when you try to enter
more than 1,700 characters on a disc. Enter a
shorter name for the track, group, or disc, or
set the “LP Stamp” setting to “Stamp OFF”
when recording in MDLP mode so that “LP:”
is not be added at the beginning of the track
name (page 26).
• When labeling a disc which has been recorded
using the group function, make sure group
mode is on in order to prevent the group
management information from being
overwritten by mistake.
• If you enter the symbol “//” between the
characters in disc names such as “abc//def”,
you may be unable to use the group function.
MENU
ENTER/./
>/x/X
GROUP/
CANCEL
T MARK
VOL +/–
END SEARCH
DISPLAY
PLAY MODE
X
Control
x
Numbers of characters you
can input in a disc
Numbers/marks: Approx. 1,700
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The buttons used for character input
and their functions are listed below.
Labeling recordings
On the recorder
Functions
Operations
1
To select a
character
Press . or
>.
To enter a letter
Press ENTER.
To enter a name
Press ENTER for 2
second or more.
To insert a blank
space to type in a
new letter
Press VOL + and
END SEARCH at
the same time.
Insert a disc and do the following
operations:
To label a track
Start playing or recording a track you
want to label, and label the track
while playing or recording
operations.
To label a group
Turn group mode on (page 28) and
start playing or recording a track
within the group you want to label,
and label the group while playing or
recording operations.
To label a disc
If a disc is already recorded, follow
the procedures from step 2 while the
recorder is stopped. If a disc is new,
start recording and label a disc while
recording.
If you label a disc with group settings,
turn group mode on (page 28).
2
3
Press MENU.
4
Press . or > until the following
item appears in the display, and then
press ENTER.
When labeling a track
“ : Name”
When labeling a group
“ : Name”
When labeling a disc
“
: Name”
The cursor flashes and the track,
group, or disc is ready to be labeled.
5
Press . or > to select a letter
and press ENTER.
The selected letter appears and the
cursor moves to the next input
position.
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Press . or > to select “EDIT”
in the display, and then press ENTER.
Press VOL – and
To delete a letter
and move back all END SEARCH at
following letters to the same time.
the left
To cancel labeling
Press CANCEL or
T.MARK.
6
Repeat step 5, and then enter all
characters of the label name.
7
Press ENTER for 2 seconds or more.
The disc is labeled.
On the remote control
1 Insert a disc and do the following operations:
To label a track
Start playing or recording a track you want to
label, and label a track while playing or
recording.
To label a group
Turn group mode on (page 28) and start
playing or recording a track within the group
you want to label, and label the group while
playing or recording.
To label a disc
If a disc is already recorded, follow the
procedures from step 2 while the recorder is
stopped. If a disc is new, start recording and
label a disc while recording.
If you label a disc with group settings, turn
group mode on (page 28).
2 Press DISPLAY for 2 seconds or more.
3 Turn the control repeatedly until “EDIT”
flashes in the display, and then press x to
enter.
4 Turn the control repeatedly until the
following item appears in the display, and
then press x to enter.
When labeling a track: “
: Name”
When labeling a group: “GP : Name”
When labeling a disc: “
: Name”
The cursor flashes in the display and the
track, group, or disc is ready to be labeled.
The cursor flashes at the next input position.
5 Turn the control repeatedly to select a letter
and press x to enter.
The selected letter stops flashing and the
cursor moves to the next input position.
Functions
Operation
To switch between
capital letters, small
letters, numbers/marks,
and phrase
Press X.
To move the cursor to
the left or right
Pull and turn the
control (VOL +/
–).
To change the letter to
the one before/next one
Turn the control
(./N>).
To insert a blank space
to type in a new letter
Press DISPLAY.
To cancel labeling by
(Press for 2 seconds or
more)
Press DISPLAY
for 2 seconds or
more.
To delete a letter and
move back all following
letters to the left
Press
PLAYMODE.
6 Repeat step 5 and enter all characters of the
label name.
7 Keep pressing x for 2 seconds or more.
A track, group, or disc is labeled.
To cancel labeling
• On the recorder
Press CANCEL in step 6.
• On the remote control
Press DISPLAY for 2 seconds or more
in step 6.
Notes
• When the recording is stopped while labeling
a track, a group, or a disc during recording, or
when the recording moves on to the next track
while labeling a track, the input at that point is
entered automatically.
• “LP:” is automatically added at the beginning
of the track name for tracks recorded in
MDLP mode (page 26).
• You cannot label or relabel the premastered
disc or blank disc.
Relabeling recordings
On the recorder
1
Insert a disc and do the following
operations:
To relabel a track
Start playing a track you want to
relabel, and change a track name
during playback operation.
To relabel a group
Turn group mode on (page 28) and
start playing the track within the
group you want to relabel or start
recording a track to the group, and
change the group name during the
playback or recording operation.
To relabel a disc
If the disc is already recorded, follow
the procedures from step 2 while the
recorder is stopped.
If you relabel a disc with group
settings, turn group mode on
(page 28).
2
Follow steps 2 to 4 of “Labeling
recordings” (page 44) to display a
track, group, or disc name.
3
Follow steps 5 to 7 of “Labeling
recordings” (page 44).
4
Press ENTER for 2 seconds or more.
The disc is relabeled.
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On the remote control
1 Insert a disc and do the following operations:
To relabel a track
Start playing a track you want to relabel, and
change a track name while playing or
recording operation.
To relabel a group
Turn group mode on (page 28) and start
playing the track within the group you want
to relabel or start recording a track to the
group, and change the group name during the
playback or recording operation.
To relabel a disc
If a disc is already recorded, follow the
procedures from step 2 while the recorder is
stopped.
If you relabel a disc with group settings, turn
group mode on (page 28).
2 Follow steps 2 to 4 of “On the remote
control” (page 44) in “Labeling recordings”
to display a track, group, or disc name.
3 Follow steps 5 to 7 of “On the remote
control” (page 44) in “Labeling recordings”.
4 Keep pressing ENTER for 2 seconds or
more.
Registering tracks or
groups as a new group
(Group Setting)
Do the following procedure to register
tracks or groups as a new group. The
tracks or groups must, however, 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”,
page 49). The operation of this function
depends on whether group mode is on or
off.
• When group mode is ON:
Several groups are registered as one
group.
• When group mode is OFF:
Several tracks are registered as one
group.
The following section explains the
operation when group mode is on.
Notes
• You cannot relabel premastered MDs or label
MDs that have not been recorded.
• The recorder is able to display, but cannot
label using Japanese “Katakana” characters.
• The recorder cannot rewrite a disc or track
name of more than 200 letters that was created
by another device.
To cancel labeling
• On the recorder
Press CANCEL in step 3.
• On the remote control
Press DISPLAY for 2 seconds or more
in step 3.
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Group
Group
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Making a new
group with
tracks 1 to 3.
Group
Making a new group
with 2 groups.
Group
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
• Registration of non-consecutive tracks
is not possible (for example, track 3
cannot be registered into a group with
track 5 to 7).
• Tracks always appear according to their
order on the disc, not their order within
the group (even when group mode is on)
• Insert a disc.
4
Press . or > repeatedly until
the number of the desired first track
flashes in the display, and then press
ENTER.
This selects the first track of the new
group.
Even when group mode is on, track
numbers appear according to their
order on the disc, not their order
within the group.
5
Press . or > repeatedly until
the number of the desired last track
flashes in the display, and then press
ENTER.
The track number of the last track in
the group (“END”) appears in the
display.
This selects the last track of the new
group.
6
Follow steps 5 to 7 of “Labeling
recordings” (page 44) to label a
group.
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GROUP
MENU
DISPLAY
Control
x
On the recorder
1
While the recorder is stopped, press
MENU.
2
Press . or > repeatedly until
“EDIT” flashes in the display, and
then press ENTER.
3
Press . or > repeatedly until
“
: Set” flashes in the display, and
then press ENTER.
The track number of the first track
(“STR”) appears in the display.
STR:001
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.
On the remote control
1 Press DISPLAY for 2 seconds or more.
2 Turn the control repeatedly until “GROUP”
flashes in the display, and then press x to
enter.
3 Turn the control repeatedly until “GROUP
ON” appears in the display and then press x
to turn group mode on.
4 Press DISPLAY for 2 seconds or more.
5 Turn the control repeatedly until “GP:Set”
flashes in the display, and then press x to
enter.
6 Turn the control repeatedly until the number
of the desired first track flashes in the
display, and then press x to enter.
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7 Turn the control repeatedly until the number
of the desired last track flashes in the display,
and then press to enter.
8 If you continue labeling operation, do steps 5
to 7 of “On the remote control” in “Labeling
recordings” (page 44).
To release a group
setting
• Insert a disc with group settings.
ENTER/./>/x
GROUP
DISPLAY
x
On the recorder
1
Press GROUP for 2 seconds or more
to turn on group mode.
2
Select a group that you want to
release and check the contents (see
“Selecting and playing groups (Group
Skip Mode)” (page 36)).
3
4
Press x.
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Press MENU.
Press . or > repeatedly until
“EDIT” flashes in the display, and
then press ENTER.
6
Press . or > repeatedly until
“ : Release” flashes in the display,
and press ENTER.
“Release?” and “PushENTER”
appear in the display.
7
Press ENTER.
The group setting of the selected
group is released.
On the remote control
MENU
Control
5
1 Press DISPLAY for 2 seconds or more.
2 Turn the control repeatedly until “GROUP”
flashes in the display, and then press x to
enter.
3 Turn the control repeatedly until “GROUP
ON” appears in the display and then press x
to turn group mode on.
4 Select a group that you want to release and
check the contents (see “Selecting and
playing groups (Group Skip Mode)”
(page 36)).
5 Press x.
6 Press DISPLAY for 2 seconds or more while
the track you want to move is playing.
7 Turn the control repeatedly until “EDIT”
flashes in the display, and then press x to
enter.
8 Turn the control repeatedly until
“GPRelease” flashes in the display, and then
press x to enter.
“Release?” and “PushENTER” appear in the
display.
9 Press x to enter.
Moving recorded tracks
2
Press . or > repeatedly until
“EDIT” flashes in the display, and
then press ENTER.
“
: Name” flashes in the display
and the recorder plays the selected
track repeatedly.
3
Press . or > repeatedly until
“
: Move” flashes in the display,
and then press ENTER.
For the example above, “MV 003 t
003” appears in the display.
4
Press . or > to select the
destination track number.
For the example above, “MV 003 t
002” appears in the display.
5
Press ENTER.
The track moves to the selected
destination track.
You can change the order of the recorded
tracks.
Example
Move track C from the third to the second
track.
Before moving
A
A
B
C
C
B
D
D
After moving
ENTER/./>
CANCEL
MENU
On the remote control
DISPLAY
Control
x
On the recorder
1
While playing the track you want to
move, press MENU.
1 While playing the track you want to move
press DISPLAY for 2 seconds or more,
2 Turn the control repeatedly until “EDIT”
flashes in the display, and then press x to
enter.
The recorder plays the selected track
repeatedly.
3 Turn the control repeatedly until
“
:Move” flashes in the display and then
press x to enter.
For the example, “003 t 003” appears in the
display.
4 Turn the control repeatedly until the
destination track number flashes in the
display.
For the example, “003 t 002” appears in the
display.
5 Press x to enter.
The selected track moves just before the
destination track.
To cancel moving
• On the recorder
Press CANCEL in step 4.
• On the remote control
Press DISPLAY for 2 seconds or more
in step 4.
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6
Moving a track to a
different group
• Insert a disc with group settings.
On the remote control
ENTER/./>
GROUP/CANCEL
MENU
DISPLAY
Control
1
x
Press GROUP for 2 seconds or more.
“
” lights up in the display group
mode turns on.
2
While playing the track you want to
move, press MENU.
3
Press . or > repeatedly until
“EDIT” flashes in the display, and
then press ENTER.
The recorder plays the selected track
repeatedly.
4
Press . or > repeatedly until
“
: Move” flashes in the display,
and then press ENTER.
5
Press . or > repeatedly until
the destination group flashes in the
display, and then press ENTER.
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Press . or > repeatedly until
the number of the destination track
within the group flashes in the
display, and then press ENTER.
1 Press DISPLAY for 2 seconds or more.
2 Turn the control repeatedly until “GROUP”
flashes in the display, and then press x to
enter.
3 Turn the control repeatedly until “GROUP
ON” appears in the display and then press x
to turn the group mode on.
4 While playing the track you want to move
press DISPLAY for 2 seconds or more .
5 Turn the control repeatedly until “EDIT”
flashes in the display, and then press x to
enter.
The recorder plays the selected track
repeatedly.
6 Turn the control repeatedly until
“
:Move” flashes in the display, and then
press x to enter.
7 Turn the control repeatedly until the
destination group flashes in the display, and
then press x to enter.
8 Turn the control repeatedly until the number
of the destination track within the group
flashes in the display, and then press x to
enter.
To cancel moving
• On the recorder
Press CANCEL in step 5.
• On the remote control
Press DISPLAY for 2 seconds or more
in step 7.
Changing the order of a
group on a disc (Group
Move)
• Insert a disc with group settings.
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GROUP/CANCEL
MENU
DISPLAY
Control
x
On the recorder
1
Press GROUP for 2 seconds or more.
“
” lights up in the display and the
group mode turns on.
2
While playing a track within a group
whose order you want to change,
press MENU.
3
Press . or > repeatedly until
“EDIT” flashes in the display, and
then press ENTER.
4
Press . or > repeatedly until
“
: Move” flashes in the display,
and then press ENTER.
You can now move the selected
group.
5
Press . or > repeatedly to
select the destination point on the
disc, and then press ENTER.
On the remote control
1 Press DISPLAY for 2 seconds or more.
2 Turn the control repeatedly until “GROUP”
flashes in the display, and then press x to
enter.
3 Turn the control repeatedly until “GROUP
ON” appears in the display and then press x
to turn group mode on.
4 While playing a track within a group whose
order you want to change, press DISPLAY
for 2 seconds or more.
5 Turn the control repeatedly until “EDIT”
flashes in the display, and then press x to
enter.
6 Turn the control repeatedly until “GP :
Move” flashes in the display and then press
x to enter.
7 Turn the control repeatedly to select a
destination point on the disc, and then press
x to enter.
To cancel moving
• On the recorder
Press CANCEL in step 5.
• On the remote control
Press DISPLAY for 2 seconds or more
in step 6.
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Adding a track mark
You can add track marks so that the part
after the new track mark is counted as a
new track. The track numbers will
increase as follows.
You cannot add a track mark on a track
that has been checked-out from your
computer.
1
2
3
4
Add a track mark
1
2
3
4
5
Track numbers increase
T MARK
To add track marks while
recording (except while
synchro-recording)
Press T MARK on the recorder at the
point you want to add a track mark.
You can use Auto Time Stamp to add
track marks automatically at specified
intervals (except while digital recording)
(page 31).
Erasing a track mark
When you record with analog (line) input,
unnecessary track marks may be recorded
where recording level is low. You can
erase a track mark to combine the tracks
before and after the track mark. The track
numbers will change as follows.
You cannot erase a track mark on a track
that has been checked-out from your
computer.
1
2
3
4
Erase a track mark
1
1
While playing or pausing an MD,
press T MARK on the recorder 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.
2
3
Track numbers decrease
./X
T MARK
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The quick search function quickly searches for
specific track or position at which you wish to
add track mark. You can search the track or
position while monitoring either the track
number or name, or elapsed time (page 35).
1
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While playing the track with the track
mark you want to erase, press X to
pause.
2
3
Find the track mark by pressing .
slightly.
For example, to erase the third track
mark, find the beginning of the third
track. “00:00” appears in the display.
“MARK” appears in the display for 2
seconds.
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CANCEL
MENU
Press T MARK to erase the mark.
“MARK OFF” appears in the display.
The track mark is erased and the two
tracks are combined.
DISPLAY
z
When you erase a track mark, name assigned to
the mark is also erased.
Notes
• When you erase a track mark between the two
consecutive tracks that are registered into
different groups while group mode is off, the
second track is re-registered 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 registered to a group
(two consecutive tracks), the second track
takes the same registration setting as the first
track. However, when group mode is on, you
can only combine tracks within the selected
group.
• You cannot erase track marks according to the
system limitations. For details, see “System
limitations” (page 63).
Erasing tracks
Note
You can not erase tracks that have been checked
out from your computer. You can not erase a
group or an entire disc if it contains a checkedout track. In this case, check in the track or
tracks to OpenMG Jukebox.
Control
x
To erase a track
Note that once a recording has
been erased, you cannot retrieve it.
Make sure of the track you are
erasing.
On the recorder
1
While playing the track you want to
erase, press MENU.
2
Press . or > repeatedly until
“EDIT” flashes in the display, and
then press ENTER again.
“ : Name” flashes in the display,
and the recorder plays the selected
track repeatedly.
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3
4
Press . or > repeatedly until
“ : Erase” flashes in the display,
and then press ENTER.
“Erase OK?” and “PushENTER”
appear alternately in the display.
Press ENTER again.
The track is erased and the next track
starts to play. All the tracks after the
one erased are automatically
renumbered.
On the remote control
1 While playing the track you want to erase,
press DISPLAY for 2 seconds or more.
2 Turn the control repeatedly until “EDIT”
flashes in the display, and then press x to
enter.
3 Turn the control repeatedly until
“ : Erase” flashes in the display, and then
press x to enter.
“Erase OK?” and “PushENTER” appears
1
Play the disc you want to erase to
check the contents.
2
3
Press x to stop.
4
Press . or > repeatedly until
“EDIT” flashes in the display, and
then press ENTER.
“
: Name” flashes in the display.
5
Press . or > repeatedly until
“
: Erase” flashes in the display,
and then press ENTER.
“All Erase?” and “PushENTER”
appear alternately in the display.
To cancel erasing, press CANCEL.
6
Press ENTER.
“TOC Edit” flashes in the display,
and all the tracks will be erased.
When erasing is complete,
“BLANKDISC” appears in the
display.
in the display.
4 Press x to enter.
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 52).
To cancel erasing
• On the recorder
Press CANCEL in step 3.
• On the remote control
Press DISPLAY for 2 seconds or more
in step 3.
To erase the whole disc
You can quickly erase all the tracks and
data of the MD at the same time.
Note that once a recording has
been erased, you cannot retrieve it.
Be sure to check the contents of
the disc before you erase it.
• This function can be operated on the
recorder only.
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While the recorder is stopped, press
MENU.
To cancel erasing
Press CANCEL in step 5.
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.
• This function can be operated on the
recorder only.
• Insert a disc with group settings.
1
Press GROUP for 2 seconds or more.
“
” lights up in the display and the
group mode turns on.
2
Select a group you want to erase
(“Selecting and playing groups
(Group Skip Mode)”, page 36) to
check the contents.
3
4
Press x to stop.
5
Press . or > repeatedly until
“EDIT” flashes in the display, and
then press ENTER.
6
Press . or > repeatedly until
“
: Erase” flashes in the display,
and then press ENTER.
The group name and “GP Erase?”
appear and “PushENTER” flashes in
the display.
7
Press ENTER.
The group is erased.
While the recorder is stopped, press
MENU.
To cancel erasing
Press CANCEL in step 6.
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Other operations
On the remote control
Protecting your hearing
(AVLS)
1
Press DISPLAY for 2 seconds or
more.
The AVLS (Automatic Volume Limiter
System) function keeps down the
maximum volume to protect your ears.
2
Turn the control repeatedly until
“OPTION” flashes in the display, and
then press x to enter.
3
Turn the control repeatedly until
“AVLS” flashes in the display, and
then press x to enter.
4
Turn the control repeatedly until
“AVLS ON” flashes in the display,
and then press x to enter.
MENU
ENTER/
./>
DISPLAY
Control
x
On the recorder
1
2
Press MENU.
3
Press . or > repeatedly until
“AVLS” flashes in the display, and
then press ENTER.
4
Press . or > repeatedly until
“AVLS ON” flashes in the display,
and then press ENTER.
When you try to turn the volume too
high, “AVLS” flashes in the display.
The volume is kept to a moderate
level.
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Press . or > repeatedly until
“OPTION” flashes in the display, and
then press ENTER.
To cancel the AVLS
• On the recorder
Select “AVLS OFF” in step 4, and then
press ENTER.
• On the remote control
Select “AVLS OFF” in step 4, and then
press x.
Turning off the beep
sound
You can turn off the beep sound on both
the recorder and the remote control. On
the recorder, you can turn off the beep
sound both of the recorder and the remote
control. On the remote control, you can
turn off the beep sound of the remote
control only.
ENTER/
./>
5
Press . or > repeatedly until
“BEEP OFF” flashes in the display,
and then press ENTER.
On the remote control
Control
x
On the recorder
3
Press . or > repeatedly until
“MAIN UNIT” or “REMOTE”
flashes in the display, and then press
ENTER.
MAIN UNIT: when turning off the
beep sound on the recorder.
REMOTE: when turning off the beep
sound on the remote control.
MENU
DISPLAY
1
2
4
Press MENU.
Press . or > repeatedly until
“OPTION” flashes in the display, and
then press ENTER.
1
Press DISPLAY for 2 seconds or
more.
2
Turn the control repeatedly until
“OPTION” flashes in the display, and
then press x to enter.
3
Turn the control repeatedly until
“BEEP” flashes in the display, and
then press x to enter.
4
Turn the control repeatedly until
“BEEP OFF” flashes in the display,
and then press x to enter.
To turn on the beep sound
• On the recorder
Select “BEEP ON” in step 5, and then
press ENTER.
• On the remote control
Select “BEEP ON” in step 4, and then
press x to enter.
Press . or > repeatedly until
“BEEP” flashes in the display and
then press ENTER.
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Locking the controls
(HOLD)
To prevent the buttons from being
accidentally operated when you carry the
recorder, use this function.
HOLD
HOLD
1
Slide HOLD in the direction of the
..
On the recorder, slide HOLD to lock
the controls of the recorder. On the
remote control, slide HOLD to lock
the controls of the remote control.
To unlock the controls
Slide HOLD in the opposite direction of
the arrow.
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Power sources
You can use the recorder on house current
or as follows.
In the recorder …
— a Nickel Cadmium rechargeable
battery NC-WMAA (supplied)
— an LR6 (size AA) alkaline dry
battery (not supplied)
It is preferable to use the recorder on
house current when recording for a long
time.
.
When playing
Batteries
(Unit: approx.hours)(JEITA1))
SP
LP2
LP4
Stereo Stereo Stereo
NC-WMAA
Nickel
Cadmium
rechargeable
battery2)
15
16
20
42
LR6 (SG)
Sony alkaline
dry battery3)
48
56
1) Measured
Battery life1)
When recording2)
Batteries
(Unit: approx.hours)(JEITA3))
SP
LP2
LP4
Stereo Stereo Stereo
NC-WMAA
Nickel
Cadmium
rechargeable
battery4)
4
6
7.5
LR6 (SG)
Sony alkaline
dry battery5)
9
13
16
in accordance with the JEITA
(Japan Electronics and Information
Technology Industries Association) standard.
2) When using a 100% fully charged
rechargeable battery.
3) When using a Sony LR6 (SG) “STAMINA”
alkaline dry battery (produced in Japan).
When to replace the battery
When the dry battery or rechargeable
battery is weak, flashing r, “LOW
BATT”, etc. appears in the display.
Replace the dry battery or charge the
rechargeable battery.
Note that the battery level indicated by the
battery indication is only approximate and
varies with the recorder condition.
1) The battery life may be shorter due to operating
conditions, the temperature of the location, and
varieties of batteries.
2) When you record, use a fully charged
rechargeable battery. Recording time may
differ according to the alkaline batteries.
3) Measured in accordance with the JEITA (Japan
Electronics and Information Technology
Industries Association) standard.
4) When using a 100% fully charged rechargeable
battery.
5) When using a Sony LR6 (SG) “STAMINA”
alkaline dry battery (produced in Japan).
Note
Stop the recorder before replacing battery.
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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.
• Keep the terminals on the recorder away from
metallic objects or surfaces. Such contact may
short-circuit the terminals and cause
dangerous heat generation.
On power sources
• Use house current, Nickel Cadmium
rechargeable battery, LR6 (SG) battery, or car
battery.
• For use in your house: Use the AC power
adaptor supplied with this recorder. Do not
use any other AC power adaptor since it may
cause the recorder to malfunction.
Polarity of the
plug
• Make sure to connect the AC power adaptor to
a wall outlet that is within easy reach, and
disconnect it quickly if an unusual condition
arises.
• 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 (AC power adaptor, dry battery,
rechargeable battery, or car battery cord). To
remove the AC power adaptor 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. This, however,
is not a malfunction.
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. Heat
build-up in the recorder may cause
malfunction or damage.
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Road safety
Do not use 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 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.
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 plugs of the headphones/
earphones or the remote control. Dirty plugs
may cause sound distortion or intermittent
breaks in the sound.
Notes on batteries
To protect a recorded MD
Incorrect battery usage may lead to leakage of
battery fluid or bursting batteries. To prevent
such accidents, observe the following
precautions:
• Install the + and – poles of the batteries
correctly.
• Do not try to recharge dry battery.
• When the recorder is not to be used for a long
time, be sure to remove the batteries.
• When carrying the rechargeable battery, keep
it in the battery carrying case. It is dangerous
to carry the battery out of the case in your
pocket or a bag together with metallic objects
such as key rings, as this may cause a short
circuit.
• Do not carry or store the dry battery with
metallic objects such as coins, key rings, or
necklaces. This may cause a short-circuit and
the generation of heat.
• If a battery leak should develop, carefully and
thoroughly wipe away battery fluid from the
battery compartment before inserting new
ones.
To record-protect an MD, slide open the tab at
the side of the MD. In this position, the MD
cannot be recorded or edited. To record again,
slide the tab back so the tab is visible.
Tab
Back of the MD
Recorded material
is protected.
Recorded material
is not protected.
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.
Note on digital recording
This recorder uses the Serial Copy
Management System, which allows only firstgeneration digital copies to be made from
premastered software. You can only make
copies from a home-recorded MD by using the
analog connections.
Premastered software such
as CDs or MDs.
Digital recording
Homerecorded
MD
No
Recordable
digital
MD
recording
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Microphone, record player, tuner, etc.
(with analog output jacks).
Analog recording
Home-recorded MD
Digital recording
Recordable
MD
No
digital
recording
Recordable
MD
Note on maintenance
Clean the terminals periodically with a cotton
swab or a soft cloth as illustrated.
Terminals
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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.)
System limitations
The recording system in your MiniDisc recorder is radically different from those used in
cassette and DAT decks and is characterized by the limitations described below. Note,
however, that these limitations are due to the inherent nature of the MD recording system
itself and not to mechanical causes.
Symptom
Cause
“TR FULL” appears
even before the disc has
reached the maximum
recording time (60, 74,
or 80 minutes).
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.
“TR FULL” appears
even before the disc has
reached the maximum
track number or
recording time.
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.
Track marks cannot be
erased.
The remaining
recording time does not
increase even after
erasing numerous short
tracks.
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 monaural or LP2 mode), or 48
seconds long (recorded in LP4 mode) cannot be erased. You
cannot combine a track recorded in different recording mode,
e.g., 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.
Tracks of under 12 seconds, 24 seconds, or 48 seconds in length
are not counted and so erasing them may not lead to an increase
in the recording time.
The total recorded time
and the remaining time
on the disc may not
total the maximum
recording time (60, 74,
or 80 minutes).
Normally, recording is done in minimum units of
approximately 2 seconds (in stereo), 4 seconds (in monaural or
LP2 mode), or 8 seconds (in LP4 mode). When recording is
stopped, the last unit of recording always uses this 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
by a maximum of 6 seconds, 12 seconds, or 24 seconds.
The edited tracks may
exhibit sound dropout
during search
operations.
The fragmentation of data may cause sound dropout while
searching because the tracks are played in higher speed than
normal playback.
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Symptom
Cause
The playing time of a
checked-out track is
different from the time
that appears on your
computer monitor.
This is due to a calculation discrepancy between the recorder
and the computer.
You cannot check out
tracks that will fill up
the remaining recording
time on the disc. (For
example, you cannot
check-out tracks that
total 160 minutes to an
80-minute disc in LP2
stereo mode.
The minimum recordable time on the disc is normally 2
seconds in stereo, 4 seconds in LP2 stereo mode, and 8 seconds
in LP4 stereo mode. When you check-out a track from your
computer the recorder needs 2 seconds (4 or 8 seconds)-space
for one track even though the track is under 2 seconds (4 or 8
seconds) length. Also the recorder inserts 2 seconds (4 or 8
seconds)-space between tracks when checking out in order not
to erase the previously recorded track or not to be erased by
recorded over. For this reason, the recorder needs 6 seconds (12
or 24 seconds) longer time for a track so that as a result, the
recordable time of the disc become 6 seconds (12 or 24
seconds) shorter than the maximum recordable time of the disc
when checking out.
You cannot erase a
track checked out from
your computer.
To erase a track that has been checked out from your computer,
check it back in first, and then erase it using the OpenMG
Jukebox software.
The recorder turns off 3 minutes after the recorder has stopped
When using with the
AC power adaptor, the in order to allow the charging time on the battery charging stand
display window of the to be calculated.
recorder will remain
faintly lit for some time
even after the recorder
is stopped.
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Troubleshooting
Should any problem persist after you have made these checks, consult your nearest Sony
dealer. Refer to “Messages” (page 75) as well
Symptom
Cause/Solution
The recorder does
not work or works
poorly.
• Audio sources may not be securely connected.
, Disconnect the audio sources once and connect them again
(pages 17, 25).
• 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 (pages 14, 58).
• The lid is not firmly closed.
, Close the lid until it clicks. Then press OPEN to open the lid.
• 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 rechargeable battery or dry battery is weak (“LOW BATT”
flashes or nothing appears).
, Charge the rechargeable battery or replace the dry battery
with the new one (page 13), or connect the supplied AC
power adaptor to the recorder.
• The rechargeable battery or dry battery have been inserted
incorrectly.
, Insert the battery correctly (page 13).
• You pressed a button while the disc indication was rotating
quickly.
, Wait until the indication rotates slowly.
• When recording digitally from a portable CD player, you did not
use the AC power adaptor or did not disable the anti-skip
function such as ESP (page 19).
• The analog recording was made using a connecting cord with an
attenuator.
, Use a connecting cord without an attenuator (page 25).
• The AC power adaptor was unplugged during recording or a
power outage occurred.
• While operating, the recorder received a mechanical shock, too
much static, abnormal power voltage caused by lightning, etc.
, Restart the operation as follows.
1 Disconnect all the power sources.
2 Leave the recorder for about 30 seconds.
3 Connect the power source.
• 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.
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Symptom
Cause/Solution
The recorder does
not work or works
poorly.
• The disc is record-protected (“PROTECTED” appears).
, Slide the tab (page 61).
• Recording level is too small to record (when recording
manually).
, Pause the recorder and adjust the recording level.
• A Premastered MD is inserted (“P/B ONLY” appears) when
recording.
, Insert a recordable MD
• The recorder is operated when it is on a battery charging stand.
, Remove the recorder from the battery charging stand.
• You tried to turn group mode on while setting the program.
, Turn group mode on before setting the program.
The recorder
overwrites existing
materials when
record.
• The record starting-position setting (“REC-Posi”) is set to
“From Here”.
, Set “REC-Posi” setting to “From End”.
The recorder does
not work while
connected to the
computer.
• The computer does not recognize the recorder.
, Verify that the recorder is correctly connected.
, Place the recorder correctly on the battery charging stand.
, Install the driver correctly into your computer.
, Install the OpenMG software into your computer first, and
then connect the recorder.
“NO SIGNAL”
appears in the
display when
recording from a
portable CD player.
• 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 19).
There is no recording • The AC power adaptor was unplugged or a power outage
occurred during recording.
on the MD after a
recording operation.
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.
• The lid is not firmly closed.
, Close the lid until it clicks. Then press OPEN to open the lid.
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
remote control. Plug in the plug of the remote control firmly
to i.
• Volume is too low.
, Adjust the volume by pressing VOL +/–.
• The plug is dirty.
, Clean the plug.
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Symptom
Cause/Solution
Volume cannot be
turned up.
• AVLS is on.
, Set AVLS to “AVLS OFF” (page 56).
An MD is not played • Play mode is changed.
normally.
, Change to the normal play.
An MD is not played • Disc playing stopped before it came to the last track.
from the first track.
, Press N for 2 seconds or more to start playing, or press the
control towards . repeatedly on the remote control.
• Group mode is turned on.
, Turn group mode off and play from the first track (press N
for 2 seconds or more to start playing, or press the control
towards . repeatedly on the remote control).
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.
Cannot find the track • You pressed X after pressing . or >.
marks.
, Press X before pressing . or >.
• The rechargeable battery has been inserted incorrectly or the AC
The rechargeable
power adaptor has been connected incorrectly.
battery does not start
charging. The
, Insert the battery correctly or connect the AC power adaptor
rechargeable battery
correctly.
cannot be fully
• The terminals of the battery charging stand is dirty.
charged.
, Clean the terminals with a dry cloth (page 60).
The disc cannot edit
on other component.
• The component does not support LP2 stereo or LP4 stereo.
, Edit on other component that support LP2 stereo or LP4
stereo.
Momentary noise is
heard.
• 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 normal stereo or LP2 stereo mode.
The group function
(group mode/group
skip mode) does not
operate.
• When selecting program play, an attempt was made to turn
group mode on.
, Turn group mode on, before selecting program play.
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.
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List of menus
Menu functions
Press . or > on the recorder or press DISPLAY for 2 seconds or more on the remote
control to enter a menu.
Menu on the Menu on the Functions
remote
recorder1)
control1)
EDIT
EDIT
Selecting editing operations (labeling, erasing tracks,
discs, or groups, etc.) (page 44 to 51 and 53 to 54.).
DISPLAY
—
Displaying elapsed playing time, remaining playing
time, etc. (page 34 and 41).
PLAY MODE —
Selecting play mode (repeat play, shuffle play, etc.)
(page 37).
RecVolume
—
Selecting the automatic or manual recording level
adjustment (page 32).
REC MODE
—
Selecting recording mode (SP stereo, LP2 stereo, LP4
stereo, or monaural) (page 26).
SOUND
—
Selecting “SOUND 1” or “SOUND 2” (Digital Sound
Preset) (page 40).
—
GROUP
Turning the group function on and off (page 28).
SYNC REC
—
Selecting “SYNC ON” or “SYNC OFF” of synchro
recording (page 17).
TIME MARK —
Selecting the Auto Time Stamp setting (page 31).
—
SEARCH
Selecting Index search (searching while monitoring
track numbers or track names) or Time search
(searching while monitoring the elapsed time)
(page 35).
OPTION
OPTION
• AVLS (Automatic Volume Limiter System) —
Selecting “AVLS ON” or “AVLS OFF” (page 56).
• BEEP — Selecting “BEEP ON” or “BEEP OFF” on
both “MAIN UNIT” or “REMOTE” on the recorder.
Selecting “BEEP ON” or “BEEP OFF” on the remote
control (page 57).
—
• REC-Posi — Selecting the start point when recording
(page 30).
• LP Stamp — Selecting “Stamp ON” (“LP:” will be
added at the beginning of the track name) or “Stamp
OFF” (page 26).
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1) The menu items that can
be selected vary according to the on/off status of group mode or the operating
status of the recorder.
z
For the DISPLAY (pages 34 and 42), PLAYMODE (page 37), RPT (repeat) (page 37) and SOUND
(page 40) menu functions on the remote control, use the respective buttons.
Tables of Menus on the recorder
The menus provided on the recorder for each operating status are shown on this and the
following pages. Each chart shows the various menus and the menu items that can be
selected at each menu level. See “List of menus” (page 68) for details on menu operations.
Menus and menu items toggle in the display.
Menus and menu items selected while the recorder is stopped
EDIT
:Name
:Release1)
:Erase2)
RecRemain
GP Remain2)
AllRemain
AllRepeat
1 Track
1 Repeat
Shuffle
PGMRepeat
PGM
Shuf. Rep
MONO
:Set
:Erase
DISPLAY
LapTime
PLAY MODE
Normal
REC MODE
SP
LP2
LP4
SOUND OFF
SOUND 1
SOUND 2
SOUND
, : Pressing ENTER
h : Pressing . or >.
continued to the next page
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continued from the previous page
, : Pressing ENTER
h : Pressing . or >.
SYNC REC
SYNC OFF
SYNC ON
OPTION
AVLS
AVLS OFF
BEEP
AVLS ON
MAIN UNIT
BEEP ON
REC-Posi3)
From Here
LP Stamp
From End
REMOTE
BEEP OFF
Stamp ON
BEEP ON
1) Appears
Stamp OFF
BEEP OFF
only when the recorder is in group mode and a group other than “GP --” is selected.
only when the recorder is in group mode.
3) Selectable only when group mode is turned off.
2) Appears
Press CANCEL on the recorder to cancel a menu operation.
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Menus and menu items selected while the recorder is playing
EDIT
:Name
:Name1)
:Move1)
:Move
:Erase
DISPLAY
LapTime
1 Remain
GP Remain2)
AllRemain
AllRepeat
1 Track
1 Repeat
Shuffle
PGMRepeat
PGM
Shuf. Rep
PLAY MODE
Normal
SOUND
SOUND OFF
SOUND 1
SOUND 2
SOUND SET3)
, : Pressing ENTER
h : Pressing . or >.
OPTION
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AVLS OFF
BEEP
AVLS ON
MAIN UNIT
BEEP ON
REMOTE
BEEP OFF
BEEP ON
BEEP OFF
1) Appears
only when the recorder is in group mode and a group other than “GP --” is selected.
only when the recorder is in group mode.
3) Appears only when “SOUND 1” or “SOUND 2” is selected.
2) Appears
Press CANCEL on the recorder to cancel a menu operation.
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Menus and menu items selected while the recorder is recording
EDIT
:Name
:Name1)
:Name
DISPLAY
LapTime
RecRemain
RecVolume2)
Auto REC
ManualREC
REC MODE2)
SP
LP2
LP4
MONO
SOUND OFF
SOUND 1
SOUND 2
OFF
5 min. ON
10 min. ON
SYNC OFF
SYNC ON
SOUND
3)
SOUND SET
TIME MARK
15 min. ON
SYNC REC
, : Pressing ENTER
h : Pressing . or >.
OPTION
AVLS
AVLS OFF
AVLS ON
1) Appears
only when the recorder is in group mode and a group other than “GP --” is selected.
only when the recorder is in standby mode .
3) Appears only when “SOUND 1” or “SOUND 2” is selected.
2) Appears
Press CANCEL on the recorder to cancel a menu operation.
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Tables of menus on the remote control
The menus provided on the remote control for each operating status are shown on this and
the following pages. Each chart shows the various menus and the menu items that can be
selected at each menu level. See “Menu functions” (page 68) for details on menu
operations. Menus and menu items toggle in the display.
Menus and menu items selected while the recorder is stopped
EDIT
:Name
GP:Set
GPRelease1)
GROUP
GROUP OFF
GROUP ON
SEARCH
Index
Time
, : Pressing x
h : Turing the control
OPTION
AVLS
AVLS OFF
1) Appears
BEEP
AVLS ON
BEEP ON
BEEP OFF
only when the recorder is in group mode and a group other than “GP --” is selected.
Press DISPLAY for 2 seconds or more on the remote control to cancel a
menu operation.
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Menus and menu items selected while the recorder is playing
EDIT
:Name
GP:Name1)
:Move
GP:Move1)
GROUP
:Erase
GROUP OFF
GROUP ON
SEARCH
Index
, : Pressing x
h : Turing the control
Time
OPTION
AVLS
AVLS OFF
1) Appears
BEEP
AVLS ON
BEEP ON
BEEP OFF
only when the recorder is in group mode and a group other than “GP --” is selected.
Press DISPLAY for 2 seconds or more on the remote control to cancel a
menu operation.
Menus and menu items selected while the recorder is recording
EDIT
:Name
1) Appears
GP:Name1)
:Name
, : Pressing x
h : Turing the control
only when the recorder is in group mode.
Press DISPLAY for 2 seconds or more on the remote control to cancel a
menu operation.
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Messages
If the following messages flash in the display window, check the messages below.
Error message Meaning/Remedy
BLANKDISC
• An MD with no recording on it is inserted.
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 a few
minutes).
Data Save
• The MD player is recording information (sounds) from the memory
to the disc.
, Wait until this process is completed. Do not expose the player to
any physical shock, nor disrupt power supply.
DISC FULL
• The remaining recording time on the disc is 12 seconds (stereo), 24
seconds (LP2 stereo or monaural), 36 seconds (LP4 stereo), or less.
, Replace the disc.
Hi DC in
• Voltage of the power supply is too high (The supplied AC power
adaptor or the recommended car battery cord is not used).
, Use the supplied AC power adaptor or the recommended car
battery cord.
HOLD
• The recorder is locked.
, Slide HOLD against the arrow to unlock the recorder (page 58).
LOW BATT
• Battery is weak.
, Charge the rechargeable battery or replace the dry battery
(page 13).
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.
MENU
• You pressed a key on the remote control while selecting a menu on
the recorder. You pressed a key on the recorder while selecting a
menu on the remote control.
NAME FULL
• You tried to enter more than 200 letters to label a single track or disc.
• You tried to enter a total of more than 1700 letters for track or disc
names.
, Enter a shorter name for the track, group, or disc (page 45), or set
the “LP Stamp” setting to “Stamp OFF” so that “LP:” is not
added at the beginning of the track name (page 26).
NO BATT
• The rechargeable battery is not inserted.
, Insert a rechargeable battery.
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 25).
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Error message Meaning/Remedy
NO DISC
• You tried to play or record with no disc in the recorder.
, Insert an MD.
NO SIGNAL
• The recorder could not detect digital input signals.
, Make sure that the source is connected firmly (page 17).
P/B ONLY
• You tried to record or edit on a pre mastered 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 record-protect
position.
, Slide the tab back (page 61).
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.
READ ERR
• The recorder cannot read the disc information correctly.
, Reinsert the disc.
SORRY
• You tried to erase the track mark at the beginning of the first track.
• 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.
• You tried to press X or T MARK during synchro-recording.
• You tried to turn on group function while programming.
, Turn the group function on before programming.
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 player 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 all the contents of the disc, erase all
(page 53).
TR FULL
• Track number 254 has been reached.
, Erase unnecessary tracks (page 53).
TrPROTECT
• You tried to record or edit on a track that is protected from erasing.
, Record or edit on other tracks.
• You tried to edit a track that has been checked out from a computer.
, Check the track back in to the computer and then edit.
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Specifications
MD Recorder
Audio playing system
MiniDisc digital audio system
Laser diode properties
Material: GaAlAs MQW
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
When using MDW-80
Maximum 160 min. in monaural
Maximum 320 min. in stereo
Revolutions
Approx. 380 rpm to 2,700 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
ATRAC3 — LP4
Modulation system
EFM (Eight to Fourteen Modulation)
Number of channels
2 stereo channels
1 monaural channel
Frequency response
20 to 20,000 Hz ± 3 dB
Wow and Flutter
Below measurable limit
Inputs
Microphone: stereo mini-jack, minimum input
level 0.35 mV
Line in: stereo mini-jack, minimum input level
49 mV
Optical (Digital) in: optical (digital) mini-jack
Output
i: stereo mini-jack, maximum output level
5mW+5mW, load impedance 16 ohm
General
Power requirements
Sony AC Power Adaptor connected at the DC
IN 3 V jack (country model in parentheses):
120 V AC, 60 Hz (USA, Canada and
Taiwan)
230 V AC, 50/60 Hz (Continental Europe,
Singapore and Thailand)
240 V AC, 50 Hz (Australia)
220 V AC, 50 Hz (China)
230 - 240 V AC, 50 Hz (U.K. and Hong
Kong)
220 V AC, 50 Hz (Argentine)
110/220 V AC, 60 Hz (Korea)
100 - 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz (Other countries)
Nickel Cadmium rechargeable battery NCWMAA (supplied)
LR6 (size AA) alkaline battery (not supplied)
Battery operation time3
See “Battery life” (page 59)
Dimensions
Approx. 81 × 74.4 × 27.7 mm (w/h/d) (31/4 × 3
× 11/8 in.) without projections.
Mass
Approx. 116 g (4.1 oz) the recorder only
US and foreign patents licensed from Dolby
Laboratories.
Design and specifications are subject to change
without notice.
Optional accessories
Optical Cable
POC-15B, POC-15AB, POC-DA12SP
Line Cable RK-G129, RK-G136
Stereo Microphones ECM-717, ECM-MS907,
ECM-MS957
Stereo Headphones* MDR-EX70LP, MDRG72LP, MDR-A34LP
Active Speakers SRS-Z500
Recordable MDs MDW-series
Your dealer may not handle some of the above
listed accessories. Please ask the dealer for
detailed information about the accessories in
your country.
∗ Whether you should plug the headphones/
earphones directly to i jack on the main
unit or to a remote control, use only
headphones/earphones with stereo mini
plugs. You cannot use headphones/
earphones with micro plugs.
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Quick Random Access
Explanations
What is “Net MD”?
Net MD is a format of that allows the highspeed transfer of audio data from a computer
to a MiniDisc device over a USB (Universal
Serial Bus) cable using the highly
sophisticated OpenMG and MagicGate
copyright protection technology.
Since this format entails no change in the
MiniDisc recording system, it supports the
use of existing MiniDiscs and the playback
of transferred (checked-out) audio data on
existing MiniDisc devices.*
This format also allows the use of the
OpenMG Jukebox software for easy
editing or input of characters on your
personal computer.
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 a
file on a diskette.
∗ Audio data transferred in LP mode must be
played on MiniDisc devices that support
MDLP 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,
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)).
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A
B
A — User TOC area
Contains the order and start/end points of
the music.
B — Music Data
Restrictions on the editing of
tracks checked out from your
computer
This unit was designed so that editing
functions (i.e., erasing tracks, adding track
marks, and erasing track marks) do not
function for tracks that have been checked
out from your computer. This is to prevent
the loss of check-in authorization by the
checked-out tracks. To edit these tracks, first
check them back into the computer, and then
edit them on the computer.
Index
A
L
Accessories
optional 78
supplied 9
Adjusting
volume 22
Auto Time Stamp 31
AVLS 56
Labeling 44
B
Net MD 79
Battery
battery life 15, 59
dry battery 13
rechargeable 13
O
C
Charging 14
Checking
playing position 41
remaining time 33, 41
Check-out 20
Cleaning 62
Conecting
digital 17
Connecting
analog 25
to computer 20
when charging 14
M
Manual recording 32
MDLP 26
Menus 68
N
OpenMG Jukebox 8, 20
P
Play mode 37
Program play 38
Q
Quick search 35
R
D
Recording
adding track marks 31
analog 25
digital 16
from microphone 30
group mode 27
MDLP mode 26
without overwriting tracks 29
Relabeling 45
Digital Sound Preset 39
DSP TYPE-R 19
S
SDMI 8
E
T
EMD 8
Erasing
a group 54
a track 53
a whole disc 54
Track mark
add 52
erase 52
Transfer 8, 20
G
USB
G-PROTECTION 23
Group
erase 54
move 51
playback 35
recording 27
release 48
setting 46
skip 36
skip mode 36
U
cable 8, 9, 20
cradle 14
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