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STEREO CASSETTE DECK
CT-203 CT-2050 KXF-W4010 KXF-W6010
This manual contains instructions for four models. Model availability and features (functions) may differ depending on country and sales area.
SI DICHIARA CHE : gli apparecchi Sintonizzatori per casa Kenwood modelli KT-2080, KT-3080 rispondono alle prescrizioni dell'art. 2 comma 1 del D.M. 28 agosto 1995, n. 548. Fatto a Milano il 15 febbraio 1996 Kenwood Electronics Italia S.p.A. - via G. Sirtori, 7/9 - 20129 Milano
B60-3706-00 HZ ( K, P, T, M, X, Y ) ID 99/1 98/4 3
Before applying power
Units are designed for operation as follows.
Caution : Read this section carefully to ensure safe operation.
U.S.A. and Canada... AC 120 V only Australia.... AC 240 V only
Europe and U.K... AC 230 V only *Other countries.. AC 110-120 / 220-240 V switchable
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN
WARNING : TO PREVENT FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
THE LIGHTNING FLASH WITH ARROWHEAD SYMBOL, WITHIN AN EQUILATERAL TRIANGLE, IS INTENDED TO ALERT THE USER TO THE PRESENCE OF UNINSULATED DANGEROUS VOLTAGE WITHIN THE PRODUCTS ENCLOSURE THAT MAY BE OF SUFFICIENT MAGNITUDE TO CONSTITUTE A RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK TO PERSONS. THE EXCLAMATION POINT WITHIN AN EQUILATERAL TRIANGLE IS INTENDED TO ALERT THE USER TO THE PRESENCE OF IMPORTANT OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE (SERVICING) INSTRUCTIONS IN THE LITERATURE ACCOMPANYING THE APPLIANCE.
Dolby HX pro and Auto-Bias function DPSS function
The Dolby HX pro headroom extension and auto-bias function provide a recording with superior high-frequency characterisitics. Simple operations allow you to use the following convenient functions. 1 Skip Play 2 Rewind & Play 3 Single-tune repeated playback 4 Dash & Play (DPSS: Direct program Search System) This function automatically stes the optimum recording level of the disc to be recorded, making it easy to record a CD. (CCRS: Computer-Controlled CD Recording System) With an easy operation, the tape loaded in deck A can be dubbed onto the tape in deck B. making it easy to record a CD.
Unpack the unit carefully and make sure that all accessories are put aside so they will not be lost. Examine the unit for any possibility of shipping damage. If your unit is damaged or fails to operate, notify your dealer immediately. If your unit was shipped to you directly, notify the shipping company without delay. Only the consignee (the person or company receiving the unit) can file a claim against the carrier for shipping damage. We recommend that you retain the original carton and packing materials for use should you transport or ship the unit in the future. Keep this manual handy for future reference.
Check that the following accessories are present.
Audio cord. (2) System control cord. (1)
Caution: Read the pages marked
carefully to ensure safe operation.
Before applying power.. 2 Safety precautions.. 2 Special features.. 3
Normal recording.. 16
Relay recording (CT-2050/KXF-W6010 only). 19
Relay recording... 19
Tape dubbing operation (Deck A \ Deck B). 20
Tape dubbing... 20
Important items... 4
Maintenance.. 4 Reference.... 4
Convenient CD recording (CT-203/KXF-W4010; Deck B only)... 21
CD synchro recording.. 21 Recording of CD playback (CCRS)(Deck B only). 22
System connections.. 6 Controls and indicators.. 8 Preparation for playback (recording).. 10
Playback (recording) preparation. 10
Timer operations... 23
Timer playback of tape.. 23 Timer recording of tuner broadcast(CT-203/KXF-W4010; Deck B only)... 24
Listening to cassette tapes.. 11
Normal playback... 11 Relay playback.. 12
Convenient music search (DPSS).. 14
Skip play operation... 14 Rewind & Play operation.. 15 Single-tune repeated playback operation.. 15 Dash & Play operation.. 15
In case of difficulty... 25 Glossary... 27 Specifications... 28
How to record (CT-203/KXF-W4010; Deck B only). 16
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.
Cleaning the head section
Cleaning the heads and peripheral components
Cotton swab Capstan
Demagnetizing the head
When the recording/playback head is magnetized, the sound quality will be deteriorated. In such a case, demagnetize the head using a commercially available demagnetizer (head eraser).
Head Pinch roller Tape guides
For maintaining the best condition of the deck and for longer service life, always keep the head (recording/playback/erase), capstan and pinch roller clean. To clean them, perform the following: 1. Open the cassette holder. 2. Using a cotton swab dipped in alcohol, clean the head (recording/playback/erase), capstan and pinch roller carefully.
There are precisely aligned parts around the heads, including the tape guides. When cleaning, pay special attention so as not to apply shock to them.
Caution on condensation
Condensation (of dew) may occur inside the unit when there is a great difference in temperature between this unit and the outside. This unit may not function properly if condensation occurs. In this case, leave the unit for a few hours with the power left ON, and restart the operation after the condensation has dried up. Be specially cautions against condensation in a following circumstance: When this unit is carried from a place to another across a large difference in temperature, when the humidity in the room where this unit in installed increases, etc.
IN MOST CASES IT IS AN INFRINGMENT 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.
Dolby noise reduction and HX Pro headroom extension manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation. HX Pro originated by Bang & Olufsen. DOLBY, the double-D symbol and HX PRO are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation.
Handling the cassette tape
Notes on cassette tape Safety tab (accidental erasure prevention tab)
After an important recording has been finished, break the safety tab, to prevent the recorded contents from being erased or recorded on accidentally.
To store cassette tapes
Do not store the tapes in a place which is subject to direct sunlight, or near equipment that generates heat. Keep the cassette tapes away from any magnetic field.
For A side For B side
When there is slack in the tape
In such a case, insert a pencil into the reel hole and wind the reel hub to remove the slack.
Apply tape only to the position where the tab has been removed.
1. Longer tape than 110 minutes cassette tape Since longer tape than 110 minutes cassette tape is very thin, the tape could adhere to the pinch roller or be easily cut. It is recommended that these tapes not be used with this unit to prevent possible damage.
2. Endless tapes Do not use an endless tape, as this could damage the mechanism of the unit.
Make connections 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 microcomputer
If operation is not possible or erroneous display appears even though all connections have been made properly, reset the microcomputer 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
SYSTEM CONTROL REC PLAY
System control cord
To wall AC outlet
TAPE REC PLAY
SL 16 XS 8
*The connected component model is variable dependent on areas.
SYSTEM LINE OUTPUT CONTROL VARIABLE
SL16 XS 8
1. Connect all cords firmly. If connections are loose, there could be loss of sound or noise produced. 2. When plugging and unplugging connection cords, be sure to first remove the power cord from the AC outlet. Plugging/unplugging connection cords without removal of the power cord can cause malfunctions or damage to the unit.
ABOUT THE SYSTEM CONTROL CONNECTIONS
Connecting system control cords after connecting a KENWOOD audio component system lets you take advantage of convenient system control operations. There are two KENWOOD system control modes. Make connections according to the groups of terminal symbols shown below.
[XS8] Mode : lets you combine F, f and terminals [SL16] Mode : for terminals only
This unit is compatible with both [XS8] and [SL16] modes. It comes from the factory set to the [SL16] mode. To switch to the [XS8] mode, follow the instructions in SWITCHING FROM [SL16] TO [XS8] below.
1. [SL16] equipment cannot be combined with [XR], [XS], and [XS8] equipment for system operations. If your equipment consists of this kind of combination, please do not connect any system control cords. Even without system control cords, normal operations can be carried out without affecting performance. 2. If your amplifier or receiver does not have a system control terminal, do not connect any system control cords to the system control terminals on the other components. 3. Do not connect system control cords to any components other than those specified by KENWOOD. It may cause a malfunction and damage your equipment. 4. Be sure the system control plugs are inserted all the way in to the system control terminals.
ABOUT THE SYSTEM CONTROL OPERATIONS
Preparation for playback (recording)
Before playback (recording)
1 Set the TIMER switch to OFF.
2 Set the POWER switch to ON.
: Keys and control used in the operations described on this page.
Playback (recording) preparation 1 Load a cassette tape in deck A or B.
1 Press the eject (0) key.
2 Insert a tape and close the cassette holder.
Deck A: Playback only. (CT-203/ KXF-W4010 only) Playback/recording available. (CT-2050/KXF-W6010 only) Deck B: Playback/recording available.
Be sure to remove tape slack before insertion. The type of tape, that is, the Normal, High position or Metal position (playback only) is selected automatically. This unit cannot record sound on a Metal tape. Be sure to close the cassette holder securely by pushing it.
Normal position High position Metal position (playback only)
TYPE TYPE TYPE
2 Select the tape transport direction.
1 Press the play (2 or 3) key.
Tape transport direction indicators
To play (record) tape side A.
To play (record) tape side B.
Feed the tape section which cannot be played or recorded onto in the forward direction.
The 2 and 3 indicators show the direction the tape is transported during recording or playback. The direction used when the tape is last stopped is held in memory even after this unit has been turned OFF, and the tape transport starts in the indicated direction when the unit is started automatically by a timer, etc. To change the tape transport direction, press the play key for the opposite direction and immediately press the stop (7) key.
Deck A direction indicators. Deck B direction indicators.
2 Press the stop (7) key.
3 Determine the playback (recording) condition.
1 Select the playback (recording) mode.
Each press switches the indication. 1 [ :Double-side playback (recording) which stops tape stops after having played (or recorded) both sides. 2 :Playback is endless, but recording stops after having recorded both sides. 3 :One-way playback (recording) which stops tape after having played (or recorded) a single side. Each press switches the indication. 1 DOLBY NR OFF (extinguished): Dolby NR is not used. 2 DOLBY NR B: Noise reduction of the ordinary type. 3 DOLBY NR C: Noise reduction with higher performance. Select the Dolby NR mode according to the tape recording status.
2 Select the Dolby NR mode.
Listening to cassette tapes
Make Playback (recording) preparation.
To use the headphones
Connect commercially-available stereo headphones to the PHONES jack for private listening.
Press the play (2 or 3) key.
Fast forwarding or rewinding tape
1 Stop playback.
To play side B.
To play side A.
2 Press the 1 key or key.
1: Fast tape winding in the | direction. : Fast tape winding in the \ direction.
Tapes are played in the directions indicated by their respective indicators on the display.
Press the stop (7) key to stop fast tape winding.
To pause playback (CT-203/KXF-W4010; Deck B only)
To stop playback
CT-203/KXF-W4010 Do not press the eject (0) button until the tape has stopped completely.
The 8 indicator lights.
Usage of counter
Before starting recording (playback), press the RESET A or RESET B key to reset the counter to 0000, and write down the counter reading when the recording (playback) should be stopped in the middle of the tape, etc.; this will make it easy to locate the same position when you want to continue recording (playback) next time. It is also possible to use the Zero-stop function to return to the position where recording (playback) was started.
Zero-stop operation Fast winding in the \ direction
Deck A counter.
Fast winding in the | direction
Tape is wound until counter reading near 0000 where it stops.
Listening to cassette tape
This function plays back the tapes in both decks A and B continuously and repeatedly.
Relay playback 1 Load cassette tapes in both decks.
1 Open the cassette holders of decks A and
2 Insert cassette tapes and close the cassette holders of decks A and B.
Be sure to remove tape slack before insertion. Be sure to close the cassette holder securely by pushing it.
2 Determine the playback condition.
Each press switches the indication. 1 [ : Relay playback of two sides of tapes in decks A and B is repeated. 2 : Relay playback is not available with this setting. 3 : Relay playback of only one side of tapes in decks A and B is repeated. Each press switches the indication. 1 DOLBY NR OFF (extinguished): Dolby NR is not used. 2 DOLBY NR B: Noise reduction of the ordinary type. 3 DOLBY NR C: Noise reduction with higher performance. Select the Dolby NR mode according to the tape recording status.
3 Start playback.
Tapes are played in the directions indicated by their respective indicators on the display. The playback starts with the deck the play key of which is pressed.
To Stop relay playback
Press stop (7) key of the deck that is playing.
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Convenient music search (DPSS)
The DPSS (Direct Program Search System) enables the following convenient operations according to the instructions of the operation keys (these operation are however not available on both decks simultaneously). The DPSS functions are based on the detection of non-recorded spaces of 4 seconds or more between tunes.
1. Skip play
2. Rewind & Play 3. Single-tune repeated : One single tune is played back repeatedly up to 16 times. playback
4. Dash & Play
: By specifying a tune located several tunes beyond (or behind) the tune being played, skips tunes between the current tune and the selected tune and starts playback from the beginning of the selected tune. Up to 16 tunes can be skipped in Skip Search. : Rewinds the tape to the beginning and starts playback from there.
: If a non-recorded space of more than 10 seconds is detected during playback, that space will be skipped by fast forward tape winding.
Tune being played.
Tape transport direction \.
Skip play operation
The example below shows the case in which the direction indicated by the tape transport direction indicator is 3. If the direction indicated by the tape direction indicator is 2, always press the keys for the opposite directions to those shown in the illustrations below.
To play a tune located immediately after the tune being played
To play the tune being played from the beginning
Press once during the playback.
To play a tune located 4 tunes beyond
To play the tune located 4 tunes behind
Press 4 times during the playback.
Press 5 times during the playback.
DPSS will not function properly with the following types of tapes.
Tapes containing spaces of 4 seconds or more, such as conversations and speeches. Tape containing extremely low levels or non-recorded spaces in the middle of tunes, such as classical music. Tapes containing recording of large noise between tunes. Tapes containing spaces of less than 4 seconds between tunes. Tapes recorded with low recording level. Tapes recorded using Cross-fade recording.
Rewind & Play operation
This operation cannot be performed with the remote control (of the separately sold amplifier).
Direction of tape direction indicator: 3.
Direction of tape direction indicator: 2.
To start recording again from the biginning
The following procedure is useful when you want to cancel recording in progress and re-start it. A non-recorded space of about 4 seconds or more should be reserved before the position where recording was started. 1 Rewind during recording.
During recording in the 3 direction:
When the (or 1) key is pressed during recording, recording is aborted and tape is rewound as shown below if there is a non-recorded space of more than 4 seconds before the recording start position.
Tape stops after 2 sec. of transport.
Re-recording Recorded tune Tune to be re-recorded.
During recording in the 2 direction:
Blank of 4 sec. or more.
2 Press the REC/ARM () key twice.
If there is no recorded tune before, the tape will be rewound then stopped. When re-recording from the beginning of tape, feed the leader tape (the first portion of tape that cannot be recorded) before starting rerecording.
CT-203/KXF-W4010 A non-recorded space of about 4 seconds is reserved on tape, then the tape transport stops.
3 Replay the tune you wish to record. 4 Press the REC/ARM () key once.
Relay recording (CT-2050/KXF-W6010 only)
This function allows to record sound continuously from deck A to B. Since this unit is not designed for recording with metal ) tapes, do not use metal tapes for recording. (TYPE
(If relay recording is required, insert tapes in both decks A and B. Select the recording mode to set to "O" or "[" only.) : Keys and control used in the operations described on this page.
Relay recording 1 Set the relay recording mode.
"RELAY" lights up.
2 Perform auto-bias adjustment. (The bias adjustment is applied to deck B.)
After approximately 40 seconds
AUTO BIAS lightsup.
3 Adjust the recording level.
1 Play the music source. 2 Set the record-pause mode. (deck A). 3 Adjust the recording balance and recording level. ^ 4 Stop playing the music source.
The optimum bias is set in about 40 seconds, after which the deck enters the stop mode. Recording is possible even if the auto-bias adjustment operation is omitted.
1 Press the REC/ARM () key (of deck A).
Recording will start. Recording on deck B starts immediately after recording on deck A has completed.
To cancel relay recording
"RELAY" goes off.
Press the RELAY REC key again.
Relay recording cannot be performed if the REV.MODE key is set to.
Tape dubbing operation (Deck A \ Deck B)
The dubbing refers to the copy of the recorded contents of a tape to another tape (tape in Deck A \ tape in Deck B). Since this unit is not designed for recording with metal (TYPE ) tapes, do not use metal tapes for recording.
1 Load the tape to be played in deck A and
the tape to be recorded in deck B. Set the tape transport directions of decks A and B to the same direction ( by pressing the play (2 or 3) key then pressing the stop (7) key immediately after it ). 3 Make "Playback (recording) preparation". : Keys and control used in the operations described on this page.
Tape dubbing 1 Perform auto-bias adjustment. (The bias adjustment is applied to deck B.)
For normal-speed dubbing.
For high-speed dubbing.
Normal dubbing: Dubbing at the normal speed.
"DUBBING NORMAL" lights up.
High-speed dubbing: Dubbing at about twice the normal speed.
"DUBBING HIGH" lights up.
To pause dubbing
Only deck B enters the record- pause mode after leaving a nonrecorded space of about 4 seconds in case of normal-speed dubbing, or about 6 seconds in case of high-speed dubbing. To resume dubbing after pause, press the same DUBBING key as above (NORMAL DUBBING or HIGH DUBBING) again.
To stop dubbing
Press the stop (7) key of Deck B.
Both decks A and B enter the stop mode.
1. The recording balance and recording level cannot be adjusted for dubbing. 2. The DOLBY NR is not active during dubbing. The tape recorded by dubbing features the same NR system as the original tape in Deck A. 3. Noise from TV may interfere with dubbed sound if high-speed dubbing is executed near a TV set. To prevent this, install the system farther from the TV set. 4. If the original tape was recorded at a high level, the sound quality may be degraded, if high-speed dubbing is used. In such a case, use normalspeed dubbing.
Convenient CD recording (CT-203/KXF-W4010; Deck B only)
1 Complete the connections referring to "System connections". (Set the input selector of the amplifier to
3 (Load a disc in the CD player.)
(Edit tracks as required on the CD player.) : Keys and control used in the operations described on this page.
Recording of CD playback (CCRS) (Deck B only) 1 Insert a tape in deck B. 2 Determine the recording condition.
1 Select the recording mode.
For the tape direction setting, see the description below Select the tape transport direction. 0
Each press switches the indication. 1 [ :Double-side recording. [ 2 :(Tape also stops after having recorded both sides.) 3 :One-way recording. Each press switches the indication. 1 DOLBY NR OFF (extinguished): Dolby NR is not used. 2 DOLBY NR B: Noise reduction of the ordinary type. 3 DOLBY NR C: Noise reduction with higher performance.
3 Press the CCRS key.
Program-edit recording is not possible when tracks of more than one CD are programmed using a Carrousel type CD player. When performing CCRS recording with a CD player which can be loaded multiple compact discs, set the CD palyer to TRACK mode, press the disc selector key and press the CCRS key of the cassette deck. The CCRS indicator blinks, and actual recording starts in about 20 to 200 seconds (after creating a non-recorded blank of about 8 seconds).
How to cancel CCRS
During recording level setting: Press the Stop key of the CD player or the stop key of the cassette deck. During CCRS recording: Press the Stop key of the CD player, then press the OPEN / CLOSE key of the CD player. After completion of CCRS recording: Press the OPEN / CLOSE key of the CD player.
After recording, the cassette deck and CD player enter the stop mode automatically. After completion of CCRS recording , be sure to cancel the CCRS and ensure that the CCRS indicator has gone off.
1. If the CCRS key is pressed during CD playback, playback stops and CCRS operation begins. 2.If the remaining amount of tape is small, CCRS may not function correctly or CCRS operation may be canceled in mid-operation. 3.Once the CCRS recording level has been set, the recording balance and recording level cannot be adjusted while the CCRS operation is being carried out. 4.The CCRS function sets the peak level for the entire CD in approx. 20~200 seconds. On very rare occasions, however, the function may not be able to set the optimum recording level. If this occurs, carry out recording manually referring to the Normal recording section. ^ 5. The CCRS recording level setting is canceled when the open/close key of the CD player is pressed or when the power is switched OFF. 6. With CD players equipped with the EDIT function, it is possible to make recordings in which the last songs on sides A and B are not cut off in the middle and in which the recording capacity of the tape is used to the fullest extent. (Set the REV.MODE key of the deck to [.)
"Timer recording of tuner broadcast".
Set the desired time when the recording is to be started. When the set time comes, the powers of the related components are turned ON and recording starts. Recording stops when the end of side to be recorded is reached. Read carefully the instruction manual of your audio timer.
Relay recording is not set, deck B will record.
1. To ensure that the cassette decks automatic shut off switch operates before the power is shut off, set the timer so that it operates for a little longer than the playing time of the tape. 2. Switch on the power to the cassette deck. (The timer will not operate if it is switched off.)
In case of difficulty
What appears to be a malfunction may not always be serious. If your unit should not perform as expected, consult the table below to see if the problem can be corrected before seeking help from your dealer or service representative.
Operation to reset
The microcomputer may fall into malfunction (impossibility to operate, erroneous display, etc.) when the power cord is unplugged while this unit is ON or due to an external factor. In this case, execute the following method to reset the microcomputer and return it to normal condition.
Turn the power switch on and off again while pressing the stop (7)key on deck B. Please note that resetting microcomputer clears contentsstored in and returns it to the condition when it left the factory.
Sounds is not produced when the Play key is pressed.
The connection cords are connected improperly. The head is dirty. Tape is irregularly wound and hard to take up. A non-recorded tape is being played.
Connect the cords properly referring to "System connections". 6 Clean the head referring to "Cleaning the head section". 4 Replace the tape. Play a recorded tape. Close the cassette holder completely. Press the desired operation key in a few seconds after closing the cassette holder. Press the desired operation key in more than 3 seconds after turning the power on. Insert a tape. Replace the tape. Change the tape transport direction or insert the tape inversely. Read Convenient music search (DPSS).
The deck does not work when an operation key is pressed.
The cassette holder is not closed completely. The operation key was pressed immediately after closing the cassette holder. An operation key is pressed in less than 3 seconds after this unit is turned ON. Tape is not inserted. Tape is irregularly wound and hard to take up. Tape has been fully wound to reel. The tape is not suitable for DPSS operation, for example the spaces between tunes are too short. A recordable tape is not inserted in deck B. A disc is not placed in the CD player. The system control cord may be disconnected. The disc is dirty. This is due to the difference in tape length or to the characteristics of the cassette deck mechanisms. The key is pressed during recording or playback. The head is dirty. The tape is stretched or wrinkled. The recording level was too high. A tape recorded with distorted sound is being played.
Dolby B NR
The most popular noise reduction system used in home audio components. Usually, Dolby NR system corresponds to B NR.
Dolby C NR
Dolby C NR offers improved noise reduction performance over that of the Dolby B NR. It features a superior noise reduction effect, use Dolby C NR to record or playback with this unit. It is recommended that tapes recorded with the Dolby NR system be marked B or C, so that they can easily be distinguished.
DPSS (Direct Program Search System)
The DPSS detects non-recorded blanks of 4 seconds or more between music and enables the following four types of simple playback operations according to the instructions given by pressing operation keys. (It is not possible to perform DPSS operations simultaneously on the two decks.) 1. Skip play : By specifying a tune located several tunes beyond (or behind) the tune being played, skips tunes between the current tune and the selected tune and starts playback from the beginning of the selected tune. Up to 16 tunes can be skipped in Skip Search. 2. Rewind & Play : Rewinds the tape to the beginning and starts playback from there. 3. Single-tune repeated playback : One single tune is played back repeatedly up to 16 times. 4. Dash & Play : If a non-recorded space of more than 10 seconds is detected during playback, that space will be skipped by fast forward tape winding.
Recording with Dolby HX Pro
What is Dolby HX Pro?
In ordinary recording using high-frequency biasing, the high-frequency bias current, which should be constant, is increased with some recording sources due to the high-frequency component contained in the music, etc. This increase affects the recording characteristics with distorted high frequencies and degraded dynamic range and frequency response. The Dolby HX Pro circuit detects the high-frequency component contained in the music source being recorded, and reduces excessive bias current to make it constant. As a result, the recording characteristics of high frequencies are drastically improved, and the improved high-frequency reproduction can also be enjoyed even when the tape is played on tape decks which are not equipped with circuit.
The auto-bias function automatically adjusts the tape's bias value to ensure optimum recording performance with each and every tape.
CCRS (Computer-controlled CD Recording System)
()" marking through the system When connected with a KENWOOD amplifier,CD player provided with "f", "", " control cord, this unit allows to use the CCRS, which starts recording automatically after setting the optimum recording level for the CD and tape to be used in recording. 1.The CD starts to be played, and the peak value is sampled from the levels of the signals on the CD. Cassette deck CCRS 2.The optimum recording level for the specific CD is determined Automatic recording level setting. and set based on the peak value sampled. 3.The recording preparation steps above take about 20~200 seconds, after which the actual recording starts. CD player 4.After recording (when the CD player is stopped or when the tape has run out), both the cassette deck and CD player stop.
Track System.. 4 track, 2 channel stereo Recording System.. AC bias (Frequency: 105 kHz) Heads. A DECK Playback/recording heads 1 Erasing head. 1 B DECK Playback/recording heads 1 Erasing head. 1 Motors.. A DECK. DC motor 1 B DECK. DC motor 1 Wow and Flutter. 0.17 % (IEC) 0.28 % (DIN) 0.1 % (W.R.M.S) Fast Winding Time. Approx. 110 seconds (C-60 tape) Frequency Response TYPE tape.. 30 Hz to 18,000 Hz, 3 dB TYPE tape. 30 Hz to 19,000 Hz, 3 dB Signal to Noise Ratio Dolby NR OFF. 56 dB (IEC, 250 nWb/m, TYPE tape) Dolby NR OFF. 59 dB Dolby B NR ON. 68 dB Dolby C NR ON. 75 dB (3rd, H.D., 3 %, TYPE tape) Harmonic Distortion. Less than 1.2 % (at 315 Hz, 3rd H.D., 250 nWb/m, TYPE tape) Input sensitivity/Impedance LINE IN.. 122.8 mV/47 k Output Level/Impedance LINE OUT.. 775 mV/1.0 k Headphones. 0.5 mW/32 [General] Power Consumption. 30 W Dimensions.. W: 440 mm (15-3/4) H: 134 mm (5-9/16) D: 369 mm (15-3/8) Weight (Net).. 4.6 kg (10.6 lb)
Track System.. 4 track, 2 channel stereo Recording System.. AC bias (Frequency: 105 kHz) Heads. A DECK Playback head. 1 B DECK Playback/recording heads 1 Erasing head. 1 Motors.. A DECK. DC motor 1 B DECK. DC motor 1 Wow and Flutter. 0.17 % (IEC) 0.28 % (DIN) 0.1 % (W.R.M.S) Fast Winding Time. Approx. 110 seconds (C-60 tape) Frequency Response TYPE tape.. 30 Hz to 18,000 Hz, 3 dB TYPE tape. 30 Hz to 19,000 Hz, 3 dB Signal to Noise Ratio Dolby NR OFF. 56 dB (IEC, 250 nWb/m, TYPE tape) Dolby NR OFF. 59 dB Dolby B NR ON. 68 dB Dolby C NR ON. 75 dB (3rd, H.D., 3 %, TYPE tape) Harmonic Distortion. Less than 1.2 % (at 315 Hz, 3rd H.D., 250 nWb/m, TYPE tape) Input sensitivity/Impedance LINE IN.. 122.8 mV/47 k Output Level/Impedance LINE OUT.. 775 mV/1.0 k Headphones. 0.5 mW/32 [General] Power Consumption. 30 W Dimensions.. W: 440 mm (15-3/4) H: 134 mm (5-9/16) D: 369 mm (15-3/8) Weight (Net).. 4.6 kg (10.6 lb)
1. KENWOOD follows a policy of continuous advancements in development. For this reason specifications may be changed without notice. 2. The full performance may not be exhibited in an extremely cold location (under a water-freezing temperature).
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