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Check that the following accessories are present.
Audio cord (2) System control cord (1) Optical fiber cable (1)
Remote control unit (1)
* AC plug adaptor (1)
* Use to adapt the plug on the power cord to the shape of the wall outlet. (Accessory only for regions where use is necessary.)
Caution :Read this page carefully to ensure safe operation.
Please read all of the safety and operating instructions before operating this appliance. Adhere to all warnings on the appliance and in the instruction manual. Follow all the safety and operating instructions. These safety and operating instructions should be retained for future reference. 1. Power sources The appliance should be connected to a power supply only of the type described in the instruction manual or as marked on the appliance. If you are not sure of the type of power supply to your home, consult your appliance dealer or local power company. For appliances intended to operate from battery power, or other sources, refer to the instruction manual. 2. Power-cord protection Power-supply cords should be routed so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed upon or against them, pay particular attention to cords at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the appliance.
Never pull or stretch the cord.
6. Temperature The appliance may not function properly if used at extremely low, or freezing temperatures. The ideal ambient temperature is above +5C (41F). 7. Heat The appliance should be situated away from heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other appliances (including amplifiers) that produce heat. 8. Electric shock Care should be taken so that objects do not fall and liquid is not spilled into the enclosure through openings. If a metal objects, such as a hair pin or a needle, comes into contact with the inside of this appliance, a dangerous electric shock may result. For families with children, never permit children to put anything, especially metal, inside this appliance.
9. Enclosure removal Never remove the enclosure. If the internal parts are touched accidentally, a serious electric shock might occur. 3. Polarization This appliance may be equipped with a polarized alternating-current line plug (a plug having one blade wider than the other). This plug will fit into the power outlet only one way. This is a safety feature. If you are unable to insert the plug fully into the outlet, try reversing the plug. If the plug should still fail to fit, contact your electrician to replace your obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized plug.
4. Ventilation Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for ventilation and to ensure reliable operation of the appliance and to protect it from overheating, and these openings must not be blocked or covered. The appliance should be situated so that its location or position does not interfere with its proper ventilation. To maintain good ventilation, do not put records or a table-cloth on the appliance. Place the appliance at least 10 cm away from the walls. Do not use the appliance on a bed, sofa, rug or similar surface that may block the ventilation openings. This appliance should not be placed in a built-in installation such as a bookcase or rack unless proper ventilation is provided or the manufacturers instructions have been adhered to.
10.Magnetic fields Keep the appliance away from sources of magnetic fields such as TV sets, speaker systems, radios, motorized toys or magnetized objects. 11.Cleaning Unplug this appliance from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use volatile solvents such as alcohol, paint thinner, gasoline, or benzine, etc. to clean the cabinet. Use a clean dry cloth. 12.Accessories Do not place this appliance on an unstable cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table. The appliance may fall, causing serious injury to a child or adult, and serious damage to the appliance. Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table recommended by the manufacturer, or sold with the appliance. Any mounting of the appliance should follow the manufacturers instructions, and should use a mounting accessory recommended by the manufacturer. An appliance and cart combination should be moved with care. Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven surfaces may cause the appliance and cart combination to overturn.
5. Water and moisture The appliance should not be used near water - for example, near a bathtub, washbowl, kitchen sink, laundry tub, in a wet basement, or near a swimming pool, etc.
13.Lightning For added protection for this appliance during a lightning storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for long periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect the antenna or cable system. This will prevent damage to the appliance due to lightning and power-line surges. 14.Abnormal smell If an abnormal smell or smoke is detected, immediately turn the power OFF and unplug the appliance from the wall outlet. Contact your dealer or nearest service center.
18.Power lines An outside antenna system should not be located in the vicinity of overhead power lines or other electric light or power circuits, or where it can fall into such power lines or circuits. When installing an outside antenna system, extreme care should be taken to keep from touching such power lines or circuits as contact with them might be fatal. 19.AC outlets Do not connect other audio equipment with a power consumption larger than that specified to the AC outlet on the rear panel. Never connect other electrical appliances, such as an iron or toaster, to it to prevent fire or electric shock.
15.Damage requiring service The appliance should be serviced by qualified service personnel when: A. The power-supply cord or the plug has been damaged. B. Objects have fallen, or liquid has been spilled into the appliance. C. The appliance has been exposed to rain or water. D. The appliance does not appear to operate normally by following the instruction manual. Adjust only those controls that are covered by the instruction manual as an improper adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the appliance to its normal operation. E. The appliance has been dropped, or the enclosure damaged. F. The appliance exhibits a marked change in performance. 16.Servicing The user should not attempt to service the appliance beyond that described in the instruction manual. All other servicing should be referred to qualified service personnel. 17.Outdoor antenna grounding If an outside antenna is connected to the appliance, be sure the antenna system is grounded so as to provide some protection against voltage surges and built up static charges. Article 810 of the National Electrical Code ANSI/NFPA 70, provides information with respect to proper grounding of the mast and supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire to an antenna discharge unit, size of grounding conductors, location of antenna discharge unit, connection to grounding electrodes, and requirements for the grounding electrode. See Figure.
The MD recorder is very sensitive to vibrations. It should be installed in a position subject to as small vibration as possible.
The shutter of the disc cartridge is permanently open while the disc is loaded in the set. Therefore, to prevent dust from penetrating inside the disc, take the disc out of the unit immediately after completion of recording or playback.
Unplug this appliance from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use volatile solvents such as alcohol, paint thinner, gasoline, or benzine, etc. to clean the cabinet. Use a clean dry cloth.
Caution against contact revitalizer
Do not use contact cleaners because it could cause a malfunction. Be specially careful against contact cleaners containing oil, for they may deform the plastic componente.
Unplug power cord
Reference notes Beware of condensation
When water vapor comes into contact with the surface of cold material, water drops are produced. If condensation occurs, correct operation may not be possible, or the unit may not function correctly. This is not a malfunction, however, the unit should be dried. (To do this, turn the POWER switch ON and leave the unit as it is for several hours.)
Be especially careful in the following conditions:
When the unit is brought from a cold place to a warm place, and there is a large temperature difference. When a heater starts operating. When the unit is brought from an air-conditioned place to a place of high temperature with high humidity. When there is a large difference between the internal temperature of the unit and the ambient temperature, or in conditions where condensation occurs easily.
The typical period for which the memory can be backed up while the power cord is unplugged or the POWER key is set to the OFF position is about 3 weeks, though this may be variable depending on the surrounding environment. In case of long hours of power failure or slipping out of the power cord, the data related to recording and editing (that is usually recorded at the moment the Mini Disc is ejected) may be cleared or destroyed before it is written in the Mini Disc. Remember that the data lost cannot be recovered. After recording or editing, be sure to eject the Mini Disc so that the recording or editing data can be written in the disc.
US and foreign patents licensed from Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation.
IN MOST CASES IT IS AN INFRINGEMENT OF COPYRIGHT TO MAKE COPIES OF TAPES OR DISCS WITHOUT THE PERMISSION OF THE COPYRIGHT OWNERS. ANYONE WISHING TO COPY COMMERCIALLY AVAILABLE TAPES OR DISCS SHOULD CONTACT THE MECHANICAL COPYRIGHT PROTECTION SOCIETY LIMITED OR THE PERFORMING RIGHTS SOCIETY LIMITED.
The Mini Disc system has the features as summarized in the following.
5 Like CD (Compact Disc), playback can be started from any position. (Random access) It uses a disc with a diameter of 64 mm that is accommodated in a cartridge. Two types of discs can be used. (playback only discs, recordable / playable discs). Up to 74 minutes of recording or playback is possible using high-efficiency coding technology. Countermeasure against vibration is taken using semiconductor memory chip.
Playback-only Mini Disc
This type of MD can be used only for playback, and is used by the commercially-available music MD software packages. The playback-only MD is an optical disc like the Compact Disc (CD). The signals are recorded as the presence or absence of small pits and read out by an optical, non-contact pickup.
Recordable Mini Disc
This MD is a magneto-optical disc which can be recorded by magnetic field modulation. To record signals, laser light is irradiated from the bottom side of the magneto-optical disc and magnetic field is applied from the upper side of it.
Sound-skip prevention memory
During playback, this unit always stores signals in memory temporarily to prevent sound from being skipped in case of vibration. As a result, even when the data from the optical pickup is interrupted due to vibration, etc., the music will not be interrupted because the memory holds the data for several seconds.
During normal playback
Several sec. of data
The sound data for several seconds is always stored during playback.
In case of vibration
When the readout from disc is interrupted momentarily due to vibration or shock, the reproduced sound from the memory will not be interrupted.
Reproduced sound Reproduced sound
High-efficiency coding technology ATRAC (Adaptive TRansform Acoustic Coding)
The Mini Disc has only a half the size of the Compact Disc but provides the same recording time. This is made possible by ATRAC*, a newly developed high-efficiency coding technology. The ATRAC compresses the music data to about 1/5 the amount of data which would be obtained with conventional technology, by cutting off the sound components which do not pose problem in audition even when they are not present. This has made it possible to record or play up to 74 minutes.
Sound does not affect the sensitivity of ears
Sensitivity of ears
Lowest and highest frequencies are not audible unless the sound has a certain level of volume.
Small sound near large sound
A small sound is not audible to human ears if it is produced at the same time as a large sound. (Masking effect)
This unit can record a longer period of sound in monaural (monaural long-play mode). In this mode, the recording time of the disc is about double that in the stereo mode. ^ The Mini Disc recorded in the monaural mode cannot be played with equipment which is not compatible with monaural playback.
D.R.I.V.E. (Dynamic Resolution Intensive Vector Enhancement) system
This unit incorporates the KENWOOD-original D.R.I.V.E. circuit which makes high quality sound reproduction possible. 1 The reproducibility of small signals is improved drastically for an excellent reproduction of fine reverberations of music. The excellence is also remarkable in the feeling of stability, presence, attack sound and bass reproduction. 2 The D.R.I.V.E. system maintains the correlation between the musical components of the input and output signals and does not cause any sound degradation from the principle.
Make connection as shown below. When connecting the related system components, refer also to the instruction manuals of the related components. Caution: Do not plug in the power lead until all connections are completed.
Malfunction of microprocessor
If operation is not possible or erroneous display appears even though all connections have been made properly, reset the p microprocessor referring to In case of difficulty.
Except for U.S.A., Canada
Caution regarding placement
To maintain proper ventilation, be sure to leave a space around the unit (from the largest outer dimensions including projections) equal to, or greater than, shown below. Left and right panels: 10 cm, rear panel: 10 cm
MD/DAT PLAY IN
Integrated amplifier (optional)
System control cord (CD player optional)
DIGITAL OUTPUT OPTICAL COAXIICAL
CD player (optional)
REPEAT lights up
2 Repeat the procedure 2.
REPEAT L SEARCH R
ANALOG 1 MONITOR
3 Enter the repeat mode.
4 Start playback.
To stop repeated playback
Press the REPEAT key again.
The REPEAT indicator goes off and the playback following the current mode (PROGRAM) of the MD player starts.
To repeat the entire disc
2 Enter the repeat mode.
REPEAT PGM SEARCH L R
The REPEAT indicator goes off and the playback following the current mode (TRACK) of the MD player starts.
AUTO / MANUAL key
This key is used to select whether track numbers are to be marked automatically during recording or they are to be marked manually during or after recording. The track numbers can be used to locate the beginning of a track during playback or programming tracks.
Select before starting recording.
If a no-sound input has lasted for 2 seconds during recording, the track number will be incremented automatically by 1. Usually, use this position for recording. Use this mode when recording all of the tracks in a CD. When recording music containing a continuous section with a very low level, for example when recording classic music, the track number may be incremented by 1 after such a section. In this case, cancel the track number later. It is recommended to use the MANUAL mode when recording such a kind of music. During digital recording of CD, the track number is incremented automatically by 1 according to the data contained in the digital information. But the no-sound blank is not detected. When the CD track number is increased during manual search of a CD, the track number recorded on the MD may sometimes fail to be incremented. A nosound track may sometimes created at the moment the played CD stops.
ANALOG 1 MONITOR MANUAL
Extinguished in AUTO mode, lit in MANUAL mode.
With this setting, the MD track number is not incremented automatically during recording. Track numbers can be marked either during editing (by pressing the EDIT key) or after recording (by executing the TRACK DIVIDE operation ). This setting is convenient when recording a CD which has been recorded in live or which contains very low-level sound such as a classical music CD.
Press to monitor the sound being input from the source while the unit is in stop mode. When the REC INPUT is DIGITAL, the sampling rate (48 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 32 kHz) of the input digital signal can be displayed by pressing this key.
AUTO/ MANU. MONITOR
MONITOR litghts up
The recording-related settings can be adjusted precisely by selecting the proper display modes.
REC MODE key
Selecting the setting adjustment mode
1 Switch the REC MODE on.
Each press switches the mode. 1 REC MODE : off 2 REC MODE : on (AUTO TIME? displayed.)
2 Select the setting adjustment mode.
The modes are switched by rotating the JOG DIAL. 1 AUTO TIME? : Setting of the time for detecting a no-sound blank section during automatic track number marking. 2 AUTO LEVEL? : Setting of the level for detecting a nonsound blank section during automatic track number marking. 3 REC= WRITING? : Setting of the UTOC writing after recording.
3 Set the selection.
4 Adjust the setting value.
Step 4 consists of adjusting the setting of the Setting adjustment mode selected in step 2.
To change another setting, press the SET key. (This returns to step 2 above.) To end the setting adjustment, press the REC MODE/CHARA. key again.
When AUTO TIME? is displayed
(Valid during analog recording)
Pressing the SET key while AUTO TIME? is displayed initiates the initial display for the no-sound blank detection time adjustment for automatic track number marking. The time after which a no-sound blank is detected can be varied by operating the skip up/down keys. The initial setting is TIME D 2.0 SEC, which can be set in the time range between 0.5 and 4.0 seconds set in 0.5-second steps.
Adjusted value display
When AUTO LEVEL? is displayed
Pressing the SET key while AUTO LEVEL? is displayed initiates the initial display for the no-sound blank detection level adjustment for automatic track number marking. The level at which no sound blank is detected can be varied by operating the skip up/down keys. The initial setting is LEVEL D 0, which can be set in the level range between +2 and -2.
When REC =WRITING? is displayed
WRITING refers to the writing of recording-related data in the Mini Disc. Pressing the SET key while REC = WRITING? is displayed initiates the initial display for the writing mode setting. The UTOC writing after recording can be switched on/off by operating the skip up/down keys. The initial setting is WRITING D ON. Setting examples WRITING ON : Use this setting in normal recording (from a CD, etc.). WRITING OFF : At this setting, recording can be started immediately as the WRITING mode will not be entered. Use when recording a short track or a broadcast from the tuner.
Recording (ANALOG input)
The input jacks connected with audio cords accept analog signals. This unit records the analog signal from the REC IN jacks by converting it into digital signal. (This recording is simply referred to as analog recording.)
1 Open the write protect tab of the Mini Disc to make it recordable. Load the Mini Disc. 3 Check the remaining recording time. 4 Set the amplifiers input selector to the source to be recorded.
1 Adjust the settings if required.
The modes are switched by rotating the JOG DIAL. 1 AUTO TIME? : Setting of the time for detecting a no-sound blank section during automatic track number marking. 2 AUTO LEVEL? : Setting of the level for detecting a nonsound blank section during automatic track number marking. 3 REC= WRITING? : Setting of the UTOC writing after recording. For details on the setting adjustment modes, see REC MODE key.
Go to step 2 if setting adjustments are not required.
2 Select ANALOG or MONO.
Each press switches the mode. 1 ANALOG : Analog stereo mode 2 DIGITAL 1 : Optical input mode 3 DIGITAL 2 : Coaxial input mode 4 MONO : Analog monaural long-play mode
ANALOG lights up
MONO cannot be selected during recording pause. The REC INPUT cannot be changed during pause in the MONO mode. The analog monaural long-play modeallows to double the recording time compared to recording in the stereo mode.
3 Select AUTO or MANUAL.
Each press switches the mode. 1 goes off (AUTO) : Track numbers are marked automatically.
2 MANUAL : Track numbers can be marked as desired.
4 Enter record-pause mode.
The unit enters record-pause mode automatically when the key is pressed.
5 Adjust the recording level. (Main unit only)
1 Play the source to be recorded. 2 Adjust the recording level.
Decrease the level if the red segments of the peak level meter light.
To decrease level
To increase level
6 Start recording.
1 Press the key.
Pressing the pause (8) key also allows to cancel record-pause mode and start recording. 2 Play the source to be recorded from the beginning.
Recording is not possible if the following characters are displayed. DISC FULL : Disc is full w \Erase undesired tracks. PROTECTED : The accidental erasure protect tab is open. 7 \Close it. PLAY ONLY : A playback-only Mini Disc is loaded. 9 \Load a recordable Mini Disc. When the EDIT / SPACE key is pressed during recording, a track number is inserted in that position.
Limitation of functionality due to MD standard
Some functions are limited due to the restrictions imposed by the MD standard. Before considering the symptoms as a sign of trouble with the unit, please read Symptoms related to MD standard. p
Selecting the editing function type
Reordering tracks by moving them
Moving the track being played (TRACK MOVE) Moving several tracks at a time (QUICK MOVE)
Dividing a track, combining two tracks
Dividing the track being played (TRACK DIVIDE)
Combining the track being played (TRACK COMBINE)
C B A D
Erasing desired tracks (QUICK ERASE)
Erasing one or more track at a time (QUICK ERASE)w
Erasing the track being played (TRACK ERASE)
Titles can be assigned to Mini Discs and tracks can have titles, and these titles can be changed or cleared later.
This procedure shows you how to select and move (insert) a track to the track number you desire. The surrounding tracks are renumbered automatically. Repeating this procedure lets you arrange the tracks in the order you desire.
1 Play a MD. 2 Press the EDIT/SPACE key to switch the editing mode on.
Moving the track being played (TRACK MOVE)
1 Select MOVE.
The modes are switched by rotating the JOG DIAL. 1 DIVIDE? : Dividing a track 2 COMBINE? : Combining tracks 3 ERASE? : Erasing track(s) 4 MOVE? : Moving (reordering) tracks Editing is aborted if no operation has been performed for 8 seconds.
2 Set the selection.
PGM SEARCH R
Track being played
2 Select the move destination.
1 Select the move destination (the new track number to be assigned to the track being played).
Example of MOVE: To move track No. 1 to track No. 7
Track to be moved
Destination track No. To decrease track No. To increase track No.
3 Execute the track reordering operation.
Display after execution EDIT NOW! : When editing is in progress COMPLETE! : When editing is completed successfully CANT EDIT : When editing is incomplete It takes a while until the execution completes. If you execute an editing operation by mistake, the condition before editing can be recovered by performing the EDIT CANCEL operation.
4 Eject the Mini Disc.
While WRITING is displayed, do not apply shock or vibration to the unit because information is being written on the Mini Disc.
Image of track moving
Track No. and title of the first track are left.
Use the following procedure to erase a single track being played. Be careful in using this operation because a track cannot be recovered once it has been erased.
1 Select ERASE.
Track No. to be erased
Indicates erase operation.
2 Confirm that the track has been erased.
Confirm that the track has been erased.
3 Execute the track erasure operation.
Display after execution EDIT NOW! : When editing is in progress COMPLETE! : When editing is completed successfully CANT EDIT : When editing is incomplete It takes a while until the execution completes. The track being played is erased (together with its track title). If you execute an editing operation by mistake, the condition before editing can be recovered by performing the EDIT CANCEL operation.
EJECT NO DISC
Information is being written. Mini Disc has been ejected.
Image of track erasure
Track to be erased
Track Nos. are adjusted.
Use the following procedure to erase desired tracks in stop mode. Be careful in using this operation because tracks cannot be recovered once they have been erased.
Erasing one or more track at a time (QUICK ERASE)
1 To erase all MD tracks.
1 Select Q.ERASE.
The modes are switched by rotating the JOG DIAL. 1 Q. MOVE? : Moving (reordering) tracks 2 Q.ERASE? : Erasing track(s)
Confirmation of all track erasure
-| A L L
Reconfirmation of erasure
If you want to clear all tracks in a MD, go to step 4.
2 To erase desired tracks.
1 Select a track number to be erased.
-|5 ? A B C
Erase desired tracks by repeating steps 1 and 2.
5 -|6 ?
Selected track Next track
3 End the selection of the tracks to be erased.
4 Execute the track erasure operation.
5 Eject the Mini Disc.
Image of track deleting (QUICK ERASE) Erasing all tracks:
A A B C D B C D E F
Erasing desired tracks:
When DISC ERROR is displayed
If DISC ERROR is displayed with a Mini Disc which has been know to be normal, re-load the Mini Disc before proceeding to the ALL ERASE operation. This may makes it possible to read the Mini Disc contents.
Once the DISC ERROR message has been displayed, the ALL ERASE operation is possible but EDIT CANCEL operation is not possible.
When titles are assigned to a disc and its tracks, the titles cannot only be displayed during playback but title search (searching a track by the title) is also made possible. The assigned titles can be changed or deleted with the same procedure.
EDIT / SPACE key:
Press to enter (insert) a space (one blank character) immediately before the character in the cursor position and move the characters after it by one character forward. Multiple spaces can also be entered by pressing the key successively (or holding it depressed). The spaces are mainly used to leave spaces for later addition of characters before adding characters to a title.
Scrolling the display
There may be cases in which the amount of information is too large to be displayed at a time during the title input operation, etc. In such a case, pressing and holding the 1 or key allows to move the displayed characters to the left (or right) so that other information which has been hidden can be displayed. This leftward or rightward movement of the display characters is referred to as scrolling. Main unit Remote control unit
Example of scrolling
Displayed area (All cannot be displayed.)
Changing the displayed contents
TIME DISPLAY key
This key allows to switch the mode of time display.
LEVEL METER MODE TIME DISPLAY
Each press switches the time display modes. In play/pause mode 1 SINGLE(+) : Elapsed time of the track being played 2 SINGLE() : Remaining time on the track being played 3 TOTAL(+) : Total elapsed play time of tracks 4 TOTAL() : Total remaining play time of tracks (The total number of tracks is also displayed during stop mode.) 5 REMAIN : Remaining recording time of disc 6 TITLE : Track title display (during playback) or Mini Disc title display (during pause) In play mode 1 SINGLE(+) : Elapsed play time of track being played 2 TOTAL(+) : Total elapsed play time of tracks 3 REMAIN : Remaining recording time of disc When no track has been recorded 1 SINGLE(+) : BLANK DISC is displayed. (NO TRACKS is displayed if the disc has a title.) 2 REMAIN : Remaining recording time of disc 3 REMAIN : The Mini Disc title is displayed
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