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Audio CD Recorder
Instructions for use Mode d'emploi Instrucciones de manejo Bedienungsanleitung Gebruiksaanwijzing Istruzioni per l'uso Brugsanvisning Bruksanvisning Kyttohje Manual de utilizao O
OPEN / CLOSE
PLAY / PAUSE
REM RECORD TIME TRACK TEXT LEVEL TOTAL REM TRACK TIME
AUDIO CD RECORDABLE/REWR ITABLE
SYNC MANUAL DIGITAL 1 OPTICAL 1 ANALOG
PROGRAM SHUFFLE ALL REPEAT SCAN TRACK
ON / OFF PHONES
ENTER INFRA RED
CDR77X AUDIO CD RECORDE
Type Wave lenght Output Power Beam divergence Semiconductor laser GaAlAs 775~795 nm (at 25 C) 2,5 mW (Read) 35 mW (Write) 60 degree.
Advarsel: Usynlig laserudstrling ved bning nr sikkerhedsafbrydere er ude af funktion. Undg udsttelse for strling.
NOTE: THIS WARNING IS LOCATED INSIDE THE ENCLOSURE
Varning! Om apparaten anvnds p annat stt n i denna bruks-anvisning specificerats, kann anvndaren utsttas fr osynlig laserstrlning, som verskrider grnsen fr lserklass 1.
INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN AVOID EXPOSURE TO BEAM AVATTAESSA OLET ALTIINA NKYMTTMLLE LASER STTEILYLLE L KATSO STEESEN OSYNLIG LASERSTRLNING NR DENNA DEL R PPNAD BETRAKTA EJ STRLEN USYNLIG LASERSTRLING VED BNING. UNDG UNSAETTELSE FOR STRLING INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN AVOID DIRECT EXPOSURE TO BEAM GEFAHR VON UNSICHTBARER LASERSTRAHLUNG BEIM FFNEN DES GERTS. VERMEIDEN SIE ENTWEICHENDE STRAHLUNG
Varoitus! Laitteen kyttminen muulla kuin tss kyttohjeessa mainitulla tavalla saattaa altistaa kyttjn turvallisuusluokan 1 ylittvlle nkymttmlle lasersteilille.
LASER SAFETY This unit employs a laser. Only a qualified service person should remove the cover or attempt to service this device, due to possible eye injury.
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
LUOKAN I LASERLAITE
USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OR PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE OR OTHER UNSAFE OPERATION.
KLASS 1 LASERAPPARAT
NEVER MAKE OR CHANGE CONNECTIONS WITH THE POWER SWITCHED ON. The CDR770/771 is in conformity with the EMC directive and low-voltage directive.
For Customer Use: Read carefully the information located at the back plate of your CD recorder/player and enter below the Serial N. Retain this information for future reference. Model N.CDR770/771.. Serial N...
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Table of contents
GENERAL INFORMATION AND DISCS Welcome...8 About this manual...8 Technical data..8 Discs for recording..9 Discs for playback...9 Maintenance...9 Accessories...9 CONTROLS AND CONNECTIONS Controls on the front..10 Connections at the back..10 DISPLAY DISPLAY indications...11 DISPLAY messages..11 MENU messages...12 INSTALLATION Connections general..13 Analog connections..13 Digital coaxial connections..14 Digital optical connections..14 Power supply..15 Setup recommendations..15 Inserting batteries in the remote control.15 REMOTE CONTROL Remote control commands..16 Inserting discs..16 RECORDING Remarks about recording..17 Recording modes...17 Autostart recording..18 Manual recording..19 Finalizing CDR & CDRW discs..20 Unfinalizing CDRW discs..20 Erasing CDRW discs..21 PLAYING Playing a CD...22 Selecting a track...22 Search..23 Shuffle (random order) play..23 Repeat CD, track or program..23 PROGRAMMING Remarks about programming..24 MENU MODE/CD TEXT INPUT Remarks about Menu mode..25 General operation of Menu..25 A. Text input...26 B. Erasing text..26 C. Reviewing CD Text memory..27 D. Auto track increment..28 E. Balance..28 FIXING PROBLEMS Troubleshooting...29
Thank you for buying this Philips Compact Disc Recorder. In the eighties Philips invented a new audio system - the CD. The CD (compact disc) revealed to you the new dimensions of digital sounds and added to the pleasures of audio. Compact disc technology permits a high contrast in loud as well as in quiet passages, with perfect channel separation. Philips has now further developed compact disc technology and the result is the CD recorder. With your Philips CD Recordable/ReWritable Recorder, you can record, play and erase your own high-quality audio CDs, subject to legal restrictions on copying. Naturally, you will also be able to play all pre-recorded audio CDs.
Note: In the United Kingdom and certain commonwealth countries use of the Philips CD Recordable/Rewritable recorder as shown or suggested in this user manual may require the authorization of copyright holders.
About this manual
This manual gives instructions for operating this CD recorder where: - the figures (1) throughout the text indicate a sequence of actions necessary to perform a certain operation; - the arrows () indicate the reaction from the recorder; - the dots () indicate remarks, advice or special options within a sequence of actions. The dot-marked instructions are not necessary for the required operation.
Subject to modification without notice.
General Power consumption...15 W Power consumption in Standby..6 W Operating temperature..5-35 C Weight....4 kg Dimensions..435 x 310 x 88 mm Audio Frequency response..2Hz-22.050 Hz Playback S/N (A-weighted)..100 dB Playback S/N...100 dB Playback dynamic range CDR..95 dB Playback total harmonic distortion CDR.88 dB = 0.0039 % Channel separation...100 dB Recording S/N (A-weighted)..98 dB Recording S/N digital without SRC.equal to source Recording dynamic range..92 dB Recording total harmonic distortion + noise.85 dB (0.0056%)
GENERAL INFORMATION AND DISCS
Discs for recording
For recording use, special audio discs must be used (for music only). These Discs bear the logos as shown below. The text DIGITAL AUDIO is present! Your recorder uses two types of discs for recording purposes: - CD-Audio Recordable (CDR) discs: fully recorded and finalized, these discs play on all CD players and recorders.
For recording it is very important to use dust and scratch free discs. To clean a CD, wipe it in a straight line from the center toward the edge using a soft, lint-free cloth. A cleaning agent may damage the disc! Write only on the printed side of a CDR or CDRW, and only with a soft felt-tipped pen.
- CD-Audio ReWritable (CDRW) discs: can be recorded, erased and re-recorded hunderds of times. When finalized, they ReWritable play on CDRW compatible CD players and recorders. In the course of 1999 most Philips CD players and recorders will be CDRW compatible.
Clean the CD recorder with a soft, slightly dampened lint-free cloth. Do not use any cleaning agents as they may have a corrosive effect.
To ensure proper working of the set we recommend the use of Philips audio CDR and audio CDRW discs only. Do not expose the CD recorder, batteries or CDs to humidity, rain, sand or excessive heat (caused by heating equipment or direct sunlight).
AUDIO CD RECORDABLE/REWRITABLE
Discs for playback
Your CD recorder is able to play: - All pre-recorded audio CDs. - All Audio CDR and Audio CDRW.
Always keep the tray closed to avoid dust on the lens. The lenses may cloud over when the CD recorder is suddenly moved from cold to warm surroundings. It is not possible to play a CD then. Leave the CD recorder in a warm environment until the moisture evaporates.
Note: CDR(W) discs recorded with a computer can only be used when they are correctly treated according the audio standard (IEC958: Consumer part). Single session only!
- 2 Analog audio cables (with red and white plugs) - 1 Digital coaxial cable (with black plugs) - Power cord - 2 Batteries - Remote control - Guarantee
CONTROLS AND CONNECTIONS
! @ # $ % ^ & * ( ) 8
TIME TRACK TEXT LEVEL TOTAL REM TRACK TIME
AUDIO CD RECORDABLE/REW
25 + SYNC MANUAL
DIGITAL 1 OPTICAL 1 ANALOG
AUDIO CD RECORDABLE/RE
IN OUT ANALOG
IN OUT DIGITAL IN OPTICAL
Controls on the front
ON/OFF.turns the CD recorder ON and OFF Standby indicator Disc tray OPEN/CLOSE /..opens/closes disc tray PLAY/PAUSE 2 ;.starts play/interrupts play or recording STOP 9.stops/clears a program REC(ord) TYPE.selects recording modes RECORD..starts recording, finalizing, erasing FINALIZE..selects finalize mode ERASE.selects erasing mode (disc or track) SOURCE..selects input source DISPLAY..selects display information, permanent text scrolling and time Display.information screen SHUFFLE..plays CD(RW) or program in random order PROGRAM.opens/closes program memory SCROLL.activates scrolling of text over the display (once) REPEAT.repeats play (all, program or track) Q..- searches backward - cursor control in Menu/Prog. review mode R..- searches forward - cursor control in Menu/Prog. review mode EASY JOG .- previous/next track (Play and (rotate) Program mode) - recording level control (recording) - selects settings (menu on) ENTER (push).- plays selected tracks - selects settings in Menu mode - programs track numbers
STANDBY B..switches to Standby/On SCAN.. 2.plays the first 10 seconds of each 6 track 7 SHUFFLE... 0.plays CD(RW) or program in 2 random order J K REPEAT.. 6.repeat play ; Number/alphabet keys 0 - 9..- selects a track by number - selects character for text input STRACK INCR(ement)..increases track numbers during recording SCROLL..activates scrolling of text over the display CDR.selects CD recorder CD..selects CD player, can be used to control a separate Philips CD player 2..starts CD(RW) play O..previous track (Play and Program mode) P..next track (Play and Program mode) 9..stops CD(RW) and clears a program Q.- searches backward - cursor control in Menu/Prog. review mode R.- searches forward - cursor control in Menu/Prog. review mode ;..interrupts CD(RW) play/recording MENU/STORE.- enters Menu mode - stores Menu settings PROG.(ram).opens/closes program memory ENTER..- selects settings in Menu mode - programs track numbers - starts playback of selected track CANCEL..- deletes tracks from a program - deletes text in Menu mode - returns to a higher level in the menu
SCAN SHUFFLE REPEAT ABC DEF GHI JKL MN OPQ RST UVW XYZ TRACK INCR. SPACE SCROLL
FINALIZE ERASE SOURCE
DIREC T LIN E RECO RDIN G
O CD RECO RD
ABLE /REW RIT ABLE
1 Press OPEN/CLOSE to open the disc tray. OPEN lights up. 2 Insert a CD, CDR or CDRW in the appropriate recess in the tray, label side up. 3 Press OPEN/CLOSE to close the tray (see also Playing a CD). CLOSE lights up, followed by READING and the display will show the type of disc you inserted.
If you insert a blank or partly-recorded CDR or unfinalized CDRW, the CD recorder will calibrate the disc for optimum recording. During this process the display will first show INITIALIZING and then the number of audio tracks. Calibration can take up to 25 seconds.
REM TIME TRACK TOTAL REM TRACK TIME STEP
If a CDR(W) is finalized it will show CD on the display. If CD-text is available the TITLE/ARTIST will scroll by.
Note: - Only Audio CDs will be accepted. If a non-audio disc is inserted, the display shows WRONG DISC/ USE AUDIO CD. - For recording it is important that the blank disc is completely free from dust particles or scratches. (see maintenance)
Remarks about recording
You will soon discover how easy it is to make your own CDs. Nevertheless, it is advisable to use a CDRW disc for your first try. If the disc is a CDRW and is already finalized you must unfinalize it first. The recording procedure is the same for CDRs and CDRWs. If the disc already contains recordings, the CD recorder will automatically search for the end of the last track, so that recording can start from there. CD text can be added to a recording in Stop mode and during recording. CD text can not be recorded from an external CD player. (Text information is not available on the output of the CD player.) There must be at least 7 seconds of recording time left on the disc, otherwise you will not be able to enter record standby mode. DISC FULL then lights up. If the display indicates COPY PROTECT, no digital recording can be made of the source material. Recording will not start. The Serial Copy Management System (SCMS) only allows digital recording under specific conditions: - This means that it is not possible to make a digital copy from a digital copy. - Analog recording is always possible ! - The number of recordings from the original is unlimited. A maximum of 99 tracks can be recorded on a disc. Minimum allowable track length is 4 seconds. Recordings from DAT or DCC players will not always stop automatically.
Your recorder offers several recording modes. - RECORD DISC - to make a synchronized recording of the complete disc or a program simply by starting the source. - RECORD TRACK - to make a synchronized recording of a single track simply by starting the source. - REC(ord) MANUAL - to manually start a recording simply by pressing the RECORD key. - MAKE CD - to make a synchronized recording of the complete disc or a program simply by starting the source. Finalizing will be done automatically. (Active for digital recordings.)
REM TIME TRACK TOTAL REM TRACK TIME
Some remarks on recording: - When Auto track is ON (default setting), track numbers will automatically be increased during recording. - By programming the source first, a compilation can be recorded. - If a finalized CD recordable disc is inserted in the CD recorder, FINALIZED CD will be displayed when REC TYPE is pressed. Recording is not possible. - If a finalized CD rewritable disc is inserted in the CD recorder, UNFINALIZE and PRESS ENTER will be displayed when the REC TYPE is pressed. If ENTER is pressed, the disc will be unfinalized.
If you want to play the recorded CDR disc on any regular CD player, it must first be finalized. See finalizing discs. Finalized CDRW discs play only on CDRW compatible CD players. For recording from CD changers do not use REC MANUAL.
OPEN / CLOSE PLAY / PAUSE REC TYPE
Start autostart recording 1 To start recording, press PLAY on the selected source. The CD recorder automatically starts to record and d lights continuously. If, however, you start the source during a track, recording starts at the beginning of the next track or after 2.7 seconds of silence in analog recordings. To check the elapsed recording time, press DISPLAY. (This can also be done during recording) The EASY JOG/ENTER key can be used to adjust the recording level. The recorder stops automatically. 2 To stop recording manually, press STOP on the CD recorder. UPDATE lights up and SYNC and d go out. If STOP 9 was pressed within 3 seconds after pressing PLAY, no recording will take place. To interrupt recording, press PAUSE on the CD recorder. d starts to flash. (Autostart recording is disabled.) To resume, press RECORD on the CD recorder. After recording the display will show UPDATE for several seconds.
AUDIO CD RECORDABLE/REWRITAB
ENTER PHONES ON / OFF INFRA RED
This feature enables you to make fast and easy recordings of a CD. Track increments are automatically detected from the source material. Track increments cannot be added manually. In analog source material a silence of 2.7 seconds or more is automatically detected as a track increment.
Important: - Recording from CD-changers should always be started in the RECORD DISC, RECORD TRACK or MAKE CD mode.
Preparing for autostart recording 1 Make sure the disc is absolutely free of scratches and dust particles. 2 Press SOURCE repeatedly until (depending on the connection used): DIGITAL I, OPTICAL I or ANALOG lights up and DIGITAL 1, OPTICAL or ANALOG appears on the display.
Note: - Recordings from DAT, DCC or analog sources will only stop after 20 seconds silence. - Auto track is always active.
3 With the CD recorder stopped, press REC TYPE once: to select RECORD DISC; twice: to select RECORD TRACK; four times: to select MAKE CD. (Active for digital recordings.) d and SYNC start to flash and the display shows the selection.
If you want to play the recorded CDR disc on any regular CD player, it must first be finalized. See finalizing discs. Finalized CDRW discs play only on CDRW compatible CD players.
If input label (DIGITAL I) flashes, the digital connection is incorrect.
OPEN / CLOSE PLAY / PAUSE STOP REC TYPE RECORD FINALIZE ERASE SOURCE EASY JOG STORE/ MENU CANCE DELET
3 With the recorder stopped, press REC TYPE three times to enter the Manual Record standby mode. MANUAL starts to flash and the display shows REC MANUAL.
AUDIO CD RECORDABLE/REWRIT ABLE
SYNC MANUAL DIGITAL I
PROG SHUFFLE ALL
Important: - Recording from CD-changers should always be started in the RECORD DISC, RECORD TRACK or MAKE CD mode. - Only make analog recordings when digital recording is not possible.
Preparing for manual recording 1 Make sure the disc is absolutely free of scratches and dust particles. 2 Press SOURCE repeatedly until (depending on the connection used): DIGITAL I, OPTICAL I or ANALOG lights up and DIGITAL 1, OPTICAL or ANALOG appears on the display.
4 Play the source first to set the optimal recording level on the CD recorder. 5 Rotate the EASY JOG/ENTER key until, on the Record/Play Level bar, all the blue segments are alight, but the red segments do not light continuously during the loudest passages. Display shows _XX DB. (Decibel, e.g. -3DB) 6 Stop the source. Start manual recording 1 To start recording, press RECORD on the CD recorder and immediately start the source (from Pause or Stop mode). d lights continuously. The track number and recording time appear on the display. If CHECK INPUT message also flashes, the digital connection is incorrect. To record a 3-second silence at the start of a track, press PAUSE on the CD recorder before starting the source. To check the elapsed recording time, press DISPLAY on the CD recorder. (This can also be done during the recording.) 2 To stop recording, press STOP on the CD recorder. UPDATE lights up and d goes out. If STOP was pressed within 3 seconds after RECORD, no recording will take place. To interrupt recording, press PAUSE on the CD recorder. d starts to flash. Resume at step 1. After recording the display will show UPDATE for several seconds.
Selecting a track during play 1 Turn the EASY JOG/ENTER key until the required track number appears on the display. Play skips to the beginning of the selected track. or Key in the required track number using the numerical keys on the remote control. For 2-digit track numbers, press the keys in rapid succession. Play skips to the beginning of the selected track. or Press J or K on the remote control one or more times. Play skips to the beginning of the present, previous or subsequent tracks. Selecting a track when CD play is stopped 1 Turn the EASY JOG/ENTER key until the required track number appears on the display. 2 Press EASY JOG/ENTER or ENTER on the remote control to confirm or press PLAY/PAUSE 2 ; to start playing. or 1 Key in the required track number using the numerical keys on the remote control. For 2-digit track numbers, press the keys in rapid succession. Play starts. or 1 Briefly press J or K one or more times. 2 Start playback by pressing PLAY/PAUSE 2 ;, EASY JOG/ENTER or ENTER on the remote control.
Repeat CD, track or program
1 Press REPEAT one or more times during CD play. When REPEAT TRACK lights up, the current track plays repeatedly. When REPEAT ALL lights up, the disc or program plays repeatedly.
1 Hold down 5 or 6 (in Play mode). The player first searches backwards or forwards at 10 times normal speed with sound at low volume, then goes to 50 times normal speed with sound muted. 2 Release the button at the desired passage. Play starts at the desired passage.
2 To return to normal play, press REPEAT one or more times until: The REPEAT label disappears from the display.
Note: During Shuffle, Repeat Track or Programmed play, search is restricted to within the track being played at the time.
Note: - You can use shuffle in combination with REPEAT ALL or programmed play. - REPEAT is also cleared if you open the disc tray.
Shuffle (random order) play
1 Press SHUFFLE before or during CD play to start shuffle play. The tracks on the CD (or program if set) play in random order. 2 Press SHUFFLE again to return to normal CD play. CD recorder goes to Stop mode.
Note: Shuffle is also cleared if you open the disc tray.
Remarks about programming
You can program up to 99 tracks to play in any desired sequence. Tracks can be programmed more than once, but each time counts as a track (STEP). Programming 1 In Stop mode press PROGRAM to enter Program mode. PROG flashes and PROGRAM followed by track information appears on the display.
Clearing a program 1 Press STOP 9 if necessary to stop programmed play. 2 Press STOP 9 again to clear the program. PROG disappears from the display. The program is also cleared if you open the disc tray. Erasing a track from a program 1 In Stop mode press PROGRAM to enter Program mode. 2 Use 5 or 6 to select the track from which to delete. The track number and program step will be shown on the display. 3 Press CANCEL to erase the track from the program. The remaining program steps and the remaining playing time of the program will be displayed.
2 Select the required track numbers by turning the EASY JOG/ENTER key left or right and store by pressing ENTER.
or: Key in a track number with the number keys and press ENTER to confirm. For 2-digit numbers, press the keys in rapid succession. The track will be stored in the program. The track number, total program time and the number of programmed tracks (STEPS) are displayed. 3 Repeat step 2 for all tracks to be programmed. 4 Press STOP or PROGRAM to end programming. PROG lights continuously. 5 Press PLAY/PAUSE 2 ; to start programmed play.
Note: - To review the program, press PROGRAM followed by 5 or 6 with the CD recorder in Stop mode. - To add more tracks to the program, repeat steps 1 to 5. - If you try to store more than 99 tracks, PROG FULL appears on the display.
Remarks about Menu mode
In Menu mode you will have access to a number of features which are not available via the regular keys (on the decks front and the remote control). The TEXT submenus (A-B) allow you to give names to discs and tracks. The disc and track names will be displayed during playback. In the RECORDING submenus (D-E) you can set Auto Track and Balance. All settings (except Balance) made in Menu mode will be stored in the decks memory and can be called up and changed at any time.
General operation of Menu
Menu active in Recording or Stop mode. 1 When using the remote control select first CDR. 2 Press STORE/MENU on the deck or the remote control to enter Menu mode. TEXT EDIT appears on the display. 3 Rotate EASY JOG/ENTER to select the required submenus. 4 Press EASY JOG/ENTER to confirm selections. 5 Rotate EASY JOG/ENTER to select options in the submenus. 6 Press EASY JOG/ENTER to confirm selections. 7 Press STORE/MENU to store settings and return to the submenu. 8 Press STOP 9 to store settings and exit Menu mode.
Note: Text can only be edited for unfinalized discs. (Finalized CDRW discs must be unfinalized first.)
LEVEL 1 ALBUM ARTIST ALBUM TITLE ARTIST TR 1 TITLE TR 1 ARTIST TR N TITLE TR N ALL TEXT ALBUM ARTIST ALBUM TITLE ARTIST TR 1 TITLE TR 1 ARTIST TR N TITLE TR N "TITLE CD 1" "TITLE CD 2" "TITLE CD 3" "TITLE CD n"
ENTER PHONES INFRA RED
MENU/ STORE ENTER
ON OFF L 100 R 100
MENU MODE/CD TEXT
A. Text input / text edit
TEXT EDIT ALBUM ARTIST ALBUM TITLE ARTIST TR N TITLE TR N
CD Text can be added to a recording or changed in Stop mode or during recording. Text will be stored in the recorder memory and can be edited until the CDR is finalized. Text on a (finalized) CDRW can be edited at any time. 1 Press STORE/MENU. TEXT EDIT appears on the display. 2 Press EASY JOG/ENTER to confirm. ALBUM ARTIST appears on the display. 3 Rotate EASY JOG/ENTER to select the required option in the submenu: ALBUM ARTIST, ALBUM TITLE, ARTIST TR 1, TITLE TR 1, etc. 4 Press EASY JOG/ENTER to confirm. The first character space appears on the display. 5 Select the characters by rotating the EASY JOG/ENTER key or by pressing the corresponding numeric/alphabet key on the remote control. 6 Press EASY JOG/ENTER to store each character and move to the next cursor position. With the keys you can move to a required cursor position. With the CANCEL key you can delete a character.
B. Erasing text / text erase
TEXT ERASE ALL TEXT ALBUM ARTIST ALBUM TITLE ARTIST TR N TITLE TR N
1 Press STORE/MENU. TEXT EDIT appears on the display. 2 Rotate the EASY JOG/ENTER key to select the TEXT ERASE submenu. TEXT ERASE appears on the display. 3 Press EASY JOG/ENTER to confirm. ALL TEXT appears on the display. 4 Rotate EASY JOG/ENTER to select the required option in the submenu: ALL TEXT, ALBUM ARTIST, ALBUM TITLE, ARTIST TR 1, TITLE TR 1, etc. 5 Press EASY JOG/ENTER to confirm. The display will ask you to reconfirm your selection. ERASE OK appears on the display. 6 Press EASY JOG/ENTER to reconfirm. UPDATE appears on the display. 7 Press STORE/MENU to return to the submenu or STOP 9 to exit.
7 Press STORE/MENU to store a name you have entered and return to the submenu resume at 3 or STOP 9 to exit.
Note: - A maximum of 60 characters can be stored per item. - By pressing the EASY JOG/ENTER key or ENTER on the remote control without selecting a character first, you can insert a space between characters. - When an artists name has been stored for a certain track, the name will automatically be copied for the next track. The name can be confirmed by pressing STORE/MENU or a new name can be entered as described above.
English C. Reviewing CD Text in memory / memory view
MEMORY VIEW CD 1 CD 2 CD N
CD Text is stored in the recorders memory. When a CDR(W) will be finalized the CD Text will be written on the disc and removed from the recorders memory. With the MEMORY VIEW function one can view/delete the CD Text in the recorders memory per unfinalized disc. The amount of memory used is displayed each time the tray opens with an unfinalized CDR(W) inserted. (e.g.MEMORY 9%) 1 Press STORE/MENU. TEXT EDIT appears on the display. 2 Rotate the EASY JOG/ENTER key to select the MEMORY VIEW submenu. MEMORY VIEW appears on the display. 3 Press EASY JOG/ENTER to confirm. The first album title in the recorder memory appears on the display. 4 Select the album title you wish to erase.
Note: - If there are no discs in the memory, the message MEMORY EMPTY appears on the display. - When the text memory of your CD recorder is full, the message MEMORY FULL will appear, followed by FINALIZE CD. If you want to add a CD to the list of discs for which text is stored, you have to erase a disc from this list or finalize another disc. (for which text is stored) - MEMORY FULL/FINALIZE CD may also appear when unfinalizing a CDRW disc for which text was stored (see Unfinalizing CDRW discs). The same action(s) should be taken in order to obtain memory space.
5 Press EASY JOG/ENTER to confirm. ERASE MEMORY appears on the display.
6 Press the EASY JOG/ENTER key to confirm the erasure of the text for that particular disc. UPDATE appears on the display. 7 Press STORE/MENU to return to the submenu or STOP 9 to exit.
MENU MODE/RECORDING SETTINGS
D. Auto track increment / auto track
AUTO TRACK ON OFF
E. Balance (only active in Record/Standby mode)
SET BALANCE L 100 R 100
1 Press STORE/MENU. TEXT EDIT appears on the display. 2 Rotate the EASY JOG/ENTER key to select the AUTO TRACK submenu. AUTO TRACK appears on the display. 3 Press EASY JOG/ENTER to confirm. ON appears on the display. 4 Turn the EASY JOG/ENTER key to select Auto track ON or OFF. When ON is selected, track numbers will be automatically incremented during recording. When OFF is selected, you can number the recorded tracks yourself.
1 Press STORE/MENU. TEXT EDIT appears on the display. 2 Rotate the EASY JOG/ENTER key to select the SET BALANCE submenu. SET BALANCE appears on the display. 3 Press EASY JOG/ENTER to confirm. FE and L 100 R 100 appear on the display.
4 Adjust recording balance by turning the EASY JOG/ENTER key. Turn left: the figure left (F) counts down, right counts up. Turn right: the figure right (E) counts down, left counts up.
5 Press EASY JOG/ENTER to confirm. 6 Press STORE/MENU to store settings.
5 Press EASY JOG/ENTER to confirm. AUTO TRACK appears on the display. 6 Press STORE/MENU to store settings and return to the submenu or STOP 9 to exit.
Note: The balance setting will not be stored permanently.
If your CD recorder is defective, it is wise to check this list first. You may have forgotten a simple step. Will not record clean the disc check if CDR(W) is an unfinalized disc check that the disc is recordable and replace if necessary the disc is not an AUDIO disc (WRONG DISC) wrong input source chosen. Input label flashing (CHECK INPUT) text memory full (MEMORY FULL / FINALIZE CD). When a CDRW has to be unfinalized for recording. Erase text for other disc(s) or finalize other disc(s) to obtain memory space. Recording is distorted make sure the recording level is correct 20 second pause between recordings see Autostart recording Player does not react switch the ON/OFF button on the front of the player off and back on DISC RECOVER on display a power failure has occurred during recording, the CD recorder is attempting to repair the disc if DISC ERROR then appears on the display, the disc cannot be recorded further, and cannot be finalized. But it can still be played on the CD recorder or another CD recorder. on a CDRW disc, the track being recorded is lost, but further recording and finalization can still be done
Under no circumstances should you attempt to repair the CD recorder yourself as this will invalidate the guarantee.
SYMPTOM possible solution: No power ensure that the ON/OFF button is on (red led on): the CD recorder is in standby mode, press any key to activate it ensure that the mains cable is plugged in correctly switch the recorder OFF and then immediately back ON
Auto track does not work check if auto track on is selected in the menu check if there are 2.7 seconds silence in between the tracks (analog recording only) check if the source is a consumer source with the digital output according to the IEC audio standard source is DVD player (no track information) No sound check the audio connections if using an amplifier, try using a different source
Amplifier sound is distorted check that the CD recorder analog output is not connected to the amplifier Phono input Play will not start ensure that the label of the CD is facing up clean the disc check that the disc is not defective by trying another disc Remote control does not work point the remote control directly at the CD recorder check the batteries and replace if necessary select the right source first
The products and services described herein are not necessarily available in all contries. The specifications and design of this product are subject of change without notice.
Printed in Hungary.
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