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kakapo 3:56am on Monday, July 19th, 2010 
Hassle free recording The Philips CDR 775 is a great little performer and at an affordable price... There are five recording modes.
calvino_ind 4:07pm on Thursday, April 22nd, 2010 
SLIMLINE AND NEAT I chose the CDR775 recorder after compering it with other similar models of CD recorders.
Natclark 10:08am on Wednesday, April 14th, 2010 
saya memiliki philips cdr 775. saya membelinya pada tahun 2003. banyak cd hasil rekamannya sudah saya miliki. bagus sekali hasilnya.
hurlbrink 1:58pm on Wednesday, March 10th, 2010 
Excellent value for money! As a long time working DJ (27 years +) I still have a lot of hard to get tracks on vinyl. 5 Star Performer I have recently purchased one of these machines and have had no problems whatsoever.

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Audio CD Recorder

CDR775

Instructions for use Mode d'emploi Instrucciones de manejo

OPEN / CLOSE

PLAY / PAUSE

REC TYPE

RECORD

FINALIZE

EXT SOURCE

CDR CD

REM REC TIME TRACK

EASY JOG

STORE/ MENU

CANCEL/ DELETE

PLAY/PAUSE

OPEN/CLOSE

TOTAL REM

TRACK TIME

AUDIO CD RECORDABLE/REWR ITABLE

Recordable

SYNC MANUAL DIGITAL I OPTICAL I ANALOG
+ RECORD PROG A-B CHANGER SHUFFLE ALL CD REPEAT RW SCAN TRACK

AUDIO CD PLAYBACK

ON / OFF

PROG SHUFFLE

CDR77X AUDIO CD RECORDER
DISPLAY SCROLL REPEAT DJ MODE PHONES

DOUBLE SPEED

IR SENSOR
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1. Read Instructions - All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the appliance is operated. 2. Retain Instructions - The safety and operating instructions should be retained for future reference. 3. Heed Warnings - All warnings on the appliance and in the operating instructions should be adhered to. 4. Follow Instructions - All operating and use instructions should be followed. 5. Cleaning - The appliance should be cleaned only as recommended by the manufacturer. 6. Attachments - Do not use attachments not recommended by the product manufacturer as they may cause hazards. 7. 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, and the like. 8. Carts and Stands - The appliance should be used only with a cart or stand that is recommended by the manufacturer. 9. 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. 13. 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, paying particular attention to cords at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the appliance. 14. Lightning - For added protection for this product during a lightning storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for long periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect the antenna or cable system. This will prevent damage to the product due to lightning and powerline surges. 15. Overloading - Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords, or integral convenience receptacles as this can result in a risk of fire or electric shock. 16. Object and Liquid Entry - Care should be taken so that objects do not fall and liquids are not spilled into the enclosure through openings. 17 Servicing - The user should not attempt to service the appliance beyond that described in the operating instructions. All other servicing should be referred to qualified service personel. 18. Damage Requiring Service - The apliance should be seviced by qualified service personnel when : a. The power-supply cord or plug has been damaged; or b. Objects have fallen, or liquid has been spilled into the appliance; or c. The appliance has been exposed to rain ; or d. The appliance does not appear to operate normally or exhibits a marked change in performance; or e. The appliance has been dropped, or the enclosure damaged. 19. Replacement Parts - When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician has used replacement parts specified by the manufacturer or have the same characteristics as the original part. Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric shock, or other hazards. 20. Safety Check - Upon completion of any service or repairs to this product, ask the service technician to perform safety checks to determine that the product is in proper operating condition. 21. Wall or Ceiling Mounting - The applicance should be mounted to a wall or ceiling only as recommended by the manufacuter. 22. Heat - The applicance should be situated away from heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other appliances (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
10. Ventilation - The appliance should be situated so that its location or position does not interfere with its proper ventilation. For example, the appliance should not be situated on a bed, sofa, rug, or simular surface that may block the ventilation openings; or, placed in a built-in instalation, such as a bookcase or cabinet that may impede the flow of air trough the ventilation openings. 11. Power Sources - The appliance should be connected to a power supply only of the type described in the operation instructions or as marked on the appliance. 12. Grounding or Polarization - This product may be equipped with a polarized alternating current line plug ( a plug having one blade wider than the other). This plug will fit into the power outlet only one way. This is a safety feature. If you are unable to insert the plug fully into the outlet, try reversing the plug. If the plug should still fail to fit, contact your electrician to replace your obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized plug.

REMEMBER.

Please record the model and serial numbers found on the product below. Also, please fill out and mail your warranty registration card promptly. It will be easier for us to notify you if necessary.

MAKE SURE YOU KEEP.

Please keep your sales receipt or other document showing proof of purchase. Attach it to this owners manual and keep both nearby. Also keep the original box and packing material in case you need to return your product.

MODEL # SERIAL #

This warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may have other rights which vary from state/province to state/province. Philips Service Company, P.O. Box 555, Jefferson City,Tennessee 37760,
EL6191E001 / MAC 6058 / 10-96 IB7922E001

(800) 531-0039

CONTENTS

English

English..7

Franais..35

Espaol..63

Espaol

Franais

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 OPERATING BUTTONS AND CONNECTIONS Operating buttons on the front..10 Connections at the back..11 DISPLAY DISPLAY indications...11 DISPLAY messages..12 MENU messages...13 INSTALLATION Connections general..13 Analog connections CD recorder & CD player..14 Analog connections CD player deck.14 Digital coaxial connections CD recorder.15 Digital optical connections CD recorder..15 Power supply..16 Setup recommendations..16 Inserting batteries in the remote control.16 REMOTE CONTROL Remote control commands..17 Inserting discs..17 RECORDING Remarks about recording..18 Recording modes...18 High speed recording from internal CD player..19 Listen mode recording from internal CD player.20 Manual recording from external CD player..21 Autostart recording from external CD player - CD-SYNC..22 Finalizing CDR & CDRW discs..23 Unfinalizing CDRW discs..23 Erasing CDRW discs..24 PLAYING Play a 2-disc changer (Changer mode)..25 Playing CDs on Deck 1 and/or Deck 2 (DJ mode)..25 Selecting a track...26 Search..26 Shuffle (random order) play..27 Repeat CD, track or program..27 PROGRAMMING Remarks about programming..28 MENU MODE/CD TEXT INPUT Remarks about Menu mode..29 General operation of Menu..29 A. Text input...30 B. Erasing text...30 C. Reviewing CD Text memory..31 D. Auto track increment..32 E. Balance...32 FIXING PROBLEMS Troubleshooting...33

Welcome !

Thank you for buying this Philips Compact Disc Recorder/ Player Double Deck. In the 1980s Philips invented a new audio system - the CD. The CD (compact disc) revealed the new dimensions of digital sound and added to the pleasure of audio. Compact-disc technology permits a high contrast in both loud and soft passages, with perfect channel separation. Philips has now further developed compact disc technology and the result is the CD recorder. With your Philips CD recorder/player, you can make your own high-quality audio CDs (subject only to legal restrictions on copying), either by recording at normal or high speed from the Player to the Recorder, or by recording from an external source. And naturally, you can also play all pre-recorded audio CDs, using one or both decks individually, or together as a 2deck changer.

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 lens may cloud over when the CD recorder is suddenly moved from cold to warm surroundings, making it impossible to play a CD. Leave the CD recorder in the 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!

Accessories

- 2 Analog audio cables (with red and white plugs) - 1 Digital coaxial cable (with black plugs) - Power cord - 2 Batteries - Remote control - Guarantee
OPERATING BUTTONS AND CONNECTIONS
REC TIME TRACK TOTAL REM TRACK TIME STEP

SYNC MANUAL

AUDIO CD RECORDABLE/REW

RITABLE

DIGITAL I OPTICAL I ANALOG
AUDIO CD PLA UDIO PLAYBACK
CDR 77X AUDIO CD RECORDER

SHUFFLE

DISPLAY

SCROLL

REPEAT

DJ MODE

PHONES

OUT OUT ANALOG DIGITAL

IN OUT ANALOG
IN OUT DIGITAL IN OPTICAL
Operating buttons on the front
CD recorder 1 ON/OFF.turns the CD recorder ON or OFF (if the recorder is in Standby mode, pressing any key will activate the CD recorder) 2 Standby indicator 3 Disc tray 4 OPEN/CLOSE /..opens/closes disc tray 5 PLAY/PAUSE 2 ;.starts play/interrupts play or recording 6 STOP 9.stops/clears a program 7 REC(ord) TYPE.selects recording modes 8 RECORD..starts recording, finalizing, erasing 9 FINALIZE..selects finalize mode 0 ERASE.selects erasing mode (disc or track) ! EXT SOURCE.selects input source @ CDR..selects CD recorder deck display/keys CD player $ ) CD..selects CD player deck display/keys PLAY/PAUSE 2 ;.starts play/interrupts play STOP 9.stops/clears a program OPEN/CLOSE /..opens/closes disc tray Disc tray & EASY JOG .- previous/next track (Play and (rotate) Program mode) - recording level control (recording) - selects settings (menu on) ENTER.- plays selected tracks (push) - selects settings in Menu mode - programs track numbers * STORE/MENU.- stores Menu settings - enters Menu mode ( CANCEL/DELETE.- deletes tracks from a program - deletes text in Menu mode - returns to a higher level in the menu IR sensor..receives signals from the remote control PHONES..socket for headphones DJ MODE..separate play of CD recorder deck and CD player deck REPEAT.repeats play (All, program or track) SCROLL.activates scrolling of text over the display (once) DISPLAY..selects display information, permanent text scrolling and time SHUFFLE..plays CD(RW) or program in random order PROG(ram).opens/closes program memory

DISPLAY messages

Messages as listed and explained here may appear on the display for your guidance. General READING.reading disc information OPEN..opening tray CLOSE..closing tray NO DISC.no disc inserted, disc unreadable or disc inserted upside down PROG FULL..program full INSERT DISC.insert disc or insert disc correctly WRONG DISC.inserted disc is not an audio CD UNFINALIZED.unfinalized CDR(W) disc MEMORY XX%.indicates the amount of memory used for unfinalized discs Recording WAIT..- when STOP 9 is pressed during recording - when STOP 9 is pressed during recording the first 4 seconds of a track UPDATE.updating disc contents DISC FULL..recording no longer possible DIGITAL 1..digital coaxial input 1 selected OPTICAL.digital optical input selected ANALOG..analog input selected COPY PROTECT.no digital recording can be made from the connected source NOTFINALIZED.when opening the tray with an unfinalized disc inserted (CD recorder) RECORD FAST.high-Speed recording selected REC LISTEN.listen Speed recording selected MAKE CD.high-speed recording of a complete disc and Auto Finalize function selected REC EXT DISC.synchronised start of recording from external source selected REC EXT MAN.manual start of recording from external source selected _XX DB..level is being adjusted DOES NOT FIT.time left on CDR(W) disc is not enough for proposed recording ANALOG REC.copy prohibited track found during recording. Track will be copied analog (Copy Protection Regulations) ERASE TRACK.when erasing one or more tracks ERASE DISC.when erasing a disc FINALIZE CD.when finalizing a disc FINALIZED..when trying to finalize an already finalized disc CHECK INPUT.when RECORD is pressed while no digital source is detected XX XX ERASE.time countdown when erasing a track or a disc XX XX FINAL.time countdown when finalizing a disc PRESS RECORD.to start manual recording, finalizing or erasing START SOURCE.to start synchronized recording from a source (e.g. CD player) FINALIZED CD.when trying to record on a finalized CDR or a prerecorded CD UNFINALIZE/.when trying to record on a PRESS ENTER.finalized CDRW PROF SOURCE.when a professional source is connected REC TEXT..when reading CD text from source disc for recording TEXT PROTECT.when CD text of source disc is subjected to copy protection (CD text will not be recorded) Play CHANGER MODE.CD changer-mode selected DJ-MODE.DJ- mode selected when recording keys are pressed in DJ-mode PROGRAM.program mode selected ALBUM TITLE.will be followed by album title TRACK TITLE.will be followed by track title ALBUM ARTIST.will be followed by artist's name TRACK ARTIST.will be followed by track artist's name Others NO AUDIO TR.when the recorder enters a data track during recording FINALIZE CD.laser power calibration performed 96 times, finalize disc needed INITIALIZING.during laser power calibration for unfinalized discs DISC RECOVER.during disc recovery after power failure OPC ERROR..OPC failure during OPC procedure (OPC = Optimum Power Calibration) RECORD ERROR.recording error in menu mode DISC ERROR.when trying to record on or finalize a recovered disc MEMORY FULL/.when no more text can be stored FINALIZE CD.for a certain disc. Another disc must be finalized to obtain memory space NOT POSSIBLE.when trying to erase a CDR

MENU messages - See Menu mode
REM REC TIME TRACK TOTAL REM TRACK TIME STEP
EASY JOG STORE/ MENU CANCEL/ DELETE

INSTALLATION

English Connections general
For playback on the CD recorder (and/or CD player deck) the following outputs are present: - Digital coaxial output (CD & CDR); - Analog output (CD & CDR). We advise you to connect these to the TAPE or CDR input on your amplifier. For external recording the following inputs are present: - Digital optical input; - Digital coaxial input; - Analog input. For playback of CD player deck separately (DJ mode) from the CD recorder the following outputs are present: - Digital coaxial output (CD); - Analog output (CD). We advise you to connect these to the CD input on your amplifier. The connections you make will depend upon the possibilities your audio equipment offers. Please refer to the user manuals for your other audio equipment first.
Menu messages NO TRACKS..when attempting to edit text for a disc which has no tracks TEXT EDIT..when entering Text Edit mode ALBUM ARTIST.when editing or erasing an artist's name ALBUM TITLE.when editing or erasing a title ARTIST TR N.when editing or erasing an artist's name per track TITLE TR N.when editing or erasing a title per track TEXT ERASE.when entering Text Erase mode ALL TEXT..when entering All Text mode ERASE OK..when confirmation for erasing must be given with ENTER key ERASE ALL OK.when confirmation for erasing must be given with ENTER key ERASE MEMORY.when waiting for confirmation for erasing a disc MEMORY VIEW.when selecting text review per unfinalized disc in memory MEMORY EMPTY.when REVIEW is selected while no text is in memory AUTO TRACK.when selecting auto track increment ON or OFF ON..auto Track increment on OFF.auto Track increment off SET BALANCE.when selecting BALANCE NO TEXT.no text stored for disc
Digital recordings (optical or coaxial) give the best performance in audio and usability (e.g. auto-track).
(The digital optical connection is less sensitive to external disturbances). If your equipment does not offer digital connections, the high quality Analog-Digital-Converter of your CD recorder will ensure good audio performance when recordings are made from the analog input. Playback via the digital coaxial output of the CD recorder gives the best audio performance. If your equipment does not offer digital connections, the high quality Digital-Analog-Converter of the CD recorder ensures a good sound quality via the analog output. We advise you to always establish both digital and analog connections. This will mean that analog recordings can always be made when digital recording is not possible. We have described the most common ways of connecting the CD recorder. If you still have difficulties with the connections, please contact the Philips Consumer Service desk in your area.

Analog connections CD recorder & CD player
This connection must be made for playback on the CD recorder deck as well as the CD player deck (cable 2). Cable 1 is only required if you want to make recordings from an external analog source.
Analog connections CD player deck
This connection is only required if you want to playback on the CD player deck seperately from the CD recorder deck. This will be the case in DJ-mode.
Use the audio cables supplied. Connect the red plugs to the R sockets, and the white plugs to the L sockets. 1 For recording, connect cable 1 between the ANALOG INsockets on the CD recorder and the CDR LINE- or TAPE OUTsockets of an amplifier.
1 For separate playback on the CD player deck, connect a third cable 3 (not supplied) between the ANALOG OUT sockets of the CD recorder and the input sockets of an amplifier e.g. CD, or AUX. (Connect the red plugs to the R sockets, and the white plugs to the L socket.)
Note: For recording directly from a CD player, the analog input of the CD recorder should be connected to the analog output of the CD player.
2 For playback, connect cable 2 between the ANALOG OUT sockets on the CD recorder and the input sockets of an amplifier e.g. TAPE IN, CDR or AUX.
Note: - Never use the PHONO input. - Your CD recorder/player is equipped with a digital coaxial output for the CD player deck. This output can be used for digital playback.
Note: Never use the PHONO input.
Digital coaxial connections CD recorder
This connection is only required if you want to make recordings from an external CD player with a digital coaxial output.
Digital optical connections CD recorder
This connection is only required if you want to make recordings from an external CD player with a digital optical output.
Use the digital coaxial cable supplied. 1 For external recording, connect the cable 4 between the DIGITAL IN-socket on the CD recorder and the DIGITAL OUTsocket of an external CD player. When connecting the Digital Optical cable, make sure it is fully inserted until there is a click.
Note: Your CD recorder is equipped with a digital coaxial output (common output for CD recorder & CD player deck). This output can be used for digital playback.
1 Remove the dust caps from the digital optical connection. (We recommend you save the cap.) 2 For external recording, connect a fibre-optic cable 5 between the digital optical input of the CD recorder and the digital-optical output of an external CD player.
Note: For playback, the digital coaxial outputs or analog outputs of the CD Player and CD recorder should be connected to an amplifier.

If a blank or partly-recorded CDR or unfinalized CDRW is inserted, 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.
If a CDR(W) is finalized, CD will show 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 will show WRONG DISC/USE AUDIO CD. - Reading an unfinalized disc in the CD recorder deck could take approximately 1 minute. - For recording it is important that the blank disc is completely free from dust particles or scratches. (See maintenance).

RECORDING

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. The following will be explained: - Recording from an internal CD player deck: high-speed or listen mode. - Recording from an external CD player deck: synchronized start with CD player or manual start (analog or digital). 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 cannot be recorded from an external CD player. (Text information is not available on the output of the CD player.) The CD recorder deck is able to record CD text from the internal CD player deck (if not subjected to copy protection). This may take up to 2 minutes. 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. DOES NOT FIT will then show on the display. 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 to be made 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.

Recording modes

Your recorder offers several recording modes. For recording from internal CD-deck: - RECORD FAST (high-speed digital recording) - fast recording of a disc or programmed tracks. - REC LISTEN (normal-speed digital recording) - listening to a recording while making it. - MAKE CD (high-speed digital recording and auto-finalize) fast recording of a disc or programmed tracks. Recording will be finalized automatically. Warning: No more recording possible after finalizing CDR disc!

For recording from external sources: - REC EXT DISC (automatic start of recording) - to make an automatic recording of an external source simply by starting the source. - REC EXT MAN (manual start of recording) - to start a manual recording from an external source. Some remarks on recording: - During high speed recording, the original recording quality will be maintained. - When Auto track is on (default setting), track numbers will automatically be increased during recording. - By programming tracks 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 will not be 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 a regular CD player, it must be finalized. See finalizing discs. Finalized CDRW discs play only on CDRW compatible CD players. For recording from CD changers always use REC EXT DISC.
Note: If during recording ANALOG REC appears, the track will be recorded as analog, at normal speed. All other tracks will be copied normally (at double speed).
English High speed recording from internal CD player

ANALOG

PROG SHUFFLE DISPLAY
If DOES NOT FIT appears on the display, there is not enough recording space left on the CDR(W) disc. You can press RECORD: only complete tracks that still fit on the CDR(W) will be recorded or You can press PROG to select one or more tracks for recording (see programming): - rotate the EASY JOG/ENTER key to the required track number, then press the key (or ENTER on the remote control) or - directly select the track number via the 10-keypad on the remote control, then press the ENTER key to confirm your selection and go to the next step. Start high speed recording 1 To start recording press RECORD. WAIT lights up. The display shows the total remaining time for the selected recording. High-speed recording starts. f RECORD g lights up continuously. To check the track number and track time, press DISPLAY. This can be done during recording. Recording will stop automatically.
During high speed recording the sound is not audible. Preparing for high speed recording 1 Make sure that the recording disc is absolutely free of scratches and dust particles. 2 To choose the type of recording, press REC TYPE:

UPDATE lights up, f RECORD g goes out and recording stops. (Minimal track length must be 4 seconds otherwise silence will be added to the track.) If STOP was pressed within 3 seconds after RECORD, no recording will take place.
After recording, the display shows UPDATE for several seconds. The Total time indications can differ slightly. However, no music information is lost.
Note: In this recording mode, the Pause function is not operative.
If DOES NOT FIT appears on the display, there is not enough recording space left on the CDR(W) disc. You can press RECORD: only complete tracks that still fit on the CDR(W) will be recorded. or You can press PROG to select one or more tracks for recording (see programming): - rotate the EASY JOG/ENTER key to the required track number, then press the key (or ENTER on the remote control) 20
English Manual recording from external CD player
MANUAL will start to flash and the display will show REC EXT MAN followed by WAIT. After a few seconds, PRESS RECORD followed by the remaining time and track number will appear on the display.

DIGITAL I

CHANGER

PROG SHUFFLE ALL

4 Play the source first to set the optimal recording level on the CD recorder.
DISPLAY SCROLL REPEAT DJ MODE
Important: - Recording from CD-changers should always be started in the Auto-Start 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 EXT(ernal) SOURCE repeatedly until (depending on the connection used): DIGITAL I, OPTICAL I or ANALOG lights up and DIGITAL 1, OPTICAL or ANALOG will appear on the display.
5 Rotate the EASY JOG/ENTER key until all the blue segments are lighted on the Record/Play Level bar 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 recording 1 To start recording, press RECORD on the CD recorder and immediately start the source (from Pause or Stop mode). d will light up continuously. The track number and recording time left will 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 total remaining recording time, press DISPLAY on the CD recorder. (This can also be done during the recording.)

SYNC MANUAL DIGITAL I

2 To stop recording, press STOP on the CD recorder. UPDATE lights up and d goes out. If STOP is pressed within 3 seconds after RECORD, no recording will take place. To interrupt recording, press PAUSE on the CD recorder. d will start to flash. Press PAUSE again to restart recording. (A new track will always be made.) After recording the display will show UPDATE for several seconds.

Play a 2-disc changer (Changer mode)
Your CD recorder is able to play the two decks sequentially (CHANGER mode). This is the default setting. 1 Select Changer mode using the DJ MODE key. CHANGER appears on the display and iCHANGERh lights up.
Playing CDs on Deck 1 and/or Deck 2 (DJ mode)
With this double deck it is possible to play the CD recorder deck and/or the CD player deck individually (at the same time). In this case the extra CD output must also be connected to an amplifier. 1 Select DJ mode using the DJ MODE key. DJ MODE appears on the display and j
REM REC TIME TRACK TOTAL REM TRACK TIME

k lights up.

2 On the deck you want to play, press PLAY/PAUSE 2 ; to start CD play. 2 lights up, the track number and track time of the track being played will appear on the display. After playing the first disc, the second disc will be played automatically. Press DISPLAY once, twice or three times to see: remaining track time, total remaining time, permanent text information (see Menu mode) To interrupt play temporarily, press PLAY/PAUSE 2 ; again. ; lights on the display. To continue play, press PLAY/PAUSE 2 ; again. 3 To stop play, press STOP 9. The number of tracks and the total playing time appear on the display. If you want to see the information for the other deck, press the CDR key or the CD key in the display frame.
2 On the deck you want to play, press PLAY/PAUSE 2 ; to start CD play. 2 lights up and the track number and track time of the track in play appear on the display. You can also play the two decks at the same time. By pressing the CDR key or the CD key you can choose the deck you want to listen to. Press DISPLAY once, twice or three times to see: remaining track time, total remaining time, permanent text information (see Menu mode) To interrupt play temporarily, press PLAY/PAUSE 2 ; again. ; lights on the display. To continue play, press PLAY/PAUSE 2 ; again. 3 To stop play, press STOP 9. The number of tracks and the total playing time appear on the display. If you want to see this information about the other deck, press CDR or CD.

CDR 77X AUDIO CD RECORD

REPEAT DJ MODE

Selecting a track

Search
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. Selecting a track during play 1 Turn the EASY JOG/ENTER key until the required track number appears on the display. Play will skip to the beginning of the selected track. or Select CDR or CD on the remote control and 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. For tracks on the other disc, first press CD or CDR as applicable. Play skips to the beginning of the selected track. or Press or on the remote control one or more times. Play skips to the beginning of the present, previous or subsequent tracks, including tracks on the disc in the other deck. (changer mode only). 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 Select CDR or CD on the remote control and key in the required track number using the numerical keys. For 2-digit track numbers, press the keys in rapid succession. Play starts. or 1 Briefly press or one or more times. 2 Start playback by pressing PLAY/PAUSE 2 ;, EASY JOG/ENTER or ENTER on the remote control. 2 Release the button at the desired passage. Play will start at the desired passage.

Note: During Shuffle, Repeat Track or Programmed play, search is restricted to within the track being played at the time.
English Shuffle (random order) play
Only in Changer mode. 1 Select Changer mode, if necessary, using the DJ MODE key. 2 Press SHUFFLE before or during CD play to start shuffle play. The tracks on the CD (or program if set) will play in random order. 3 Press SHUFFLE again to disable the Shuffle mode. CD recorder will go to Stop mode.
Repeat CD, track or program
1 Press REPEAT one or more times during CD play. When REPEAT TRACK lights up, the current track will play repeatedly. When REPEAT ALL lights up, the entire disc or program plays repeatedly.
Note: Shuffle is also cleared when you open the disc tray.
2 To return to normal play, press REPEAT one or more times until: The REPEAT text disappears from the display.
Note: - You can use shuffle in combination with REPEAT ALL or programmed play of the 2-disc changer. - REPEAT is also cleared when you open the disc tray.

PROGRAMMING

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). A program for playback can be made from both the disc in the recorder deck and the disc in the player deck. A program for recording can only be made from the disc in the player deck. Programming for playback 1 Select Changer mode or DJ mode using the DJ MODE key. CHANGER or DJ MODE appears on the display. 2 Press CDR or CD to select the required deck. Selected key lights up. 3 Press PROG(ram) to enter Program mode. PROG flashes and PROGRAM followed by track information appears on the display.
Programming for recording 1 Press REC TYPE to select the required recording mode (see Recording). 2 Compile your program as described in programming for playback. (steps 3 to 5). Only tracks from the disc in the CD player can be stored. 3 Press RECORD to start recording.

Amplifier sound is distorted make sure that the CD recorder analog output is not connected to the amplifier Phono input Play will not start make sure that the label of the CD is facing up clean the disc make sure 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
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Table of contents
GENERAL INFORMATION AND DISCS Welcome...6 About this manual...6 Technical data..6 Discs for recording..7 Discs for playback...7 Maintenance...7 Accessories...7 CONTROLS AND CONNECTIONS Controls on the front..8 Connections at the back...9 DISPLAY DISPLAY indications...9 DISPLAY messages..10 MENU messages...11 INSTALLATION Connections general..11 Analog connections CD recorder & CD player..12 Analog connections CD player deck.12 Digital coaxial connections CD recorder.13 Digital optical connections CD recorder..13 Power supply..14 Setup recommendations..14 Inserting batteries in the remote control.14 REMOTE CONTROL Remote control commands..15 Inserting discs..15 RECORDING Remarks about recording..16 Recording modes...16 High speed recording from internal CD player..17 Listen mode recording from internal CD player.18 Manual recording from external CD player..19 Autostart recording from external CD player - CD-SYNC..20 Finalizing CDR & CDRW discs..21 Unfinalizing CDRW discs..21 Erasing CDRW discs..22 PLAYING Play a 2-disc changer (Changer mode)..23 Playing CDs on Deck 1 and/or Deck 2 (DJ mode)..23 Selecting a track...24 Search..24 Shuffle (random order) play..25 Repeat CD, track or program..25 PROGRAMMING Remarks about programming..26 MENU MODE/CD TEXT INPUT Remarks about Menu mode..27 General operation of Menu..27 A.Text input...28 B. Erasing text..28 C. Reviewing CD Text memory..29 D.Auto track increment...30 E. Balance..30 FIXING PROBLEMS Troubleshooting...31

Welcome !

Thank you for buying this Philips Compact Disc Recorder / Player Double Deck. 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 recorder/player, you can make your own high-quality audio CDs (subject only to legal restrictions on copying), either by recording at normal or high speed from the Player to the Recorder, or by recording from an external source. And naturally, you can also play all pre-recorded audio CDs, using one or both decks individually, or together as a 2deck changer.
Note: In certain countries including the UK and certain Commonwealth countries, use of the product (or CD Recorder) as shown or suggested in this user manual may require the permission 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.

Technical data

Subject to modification without notice.
General Power consumption...20 W Power consumption in Standby..6 W Operating temperature..5-35 C Weight...4.5 kg Dimensions..435 x 310 x 88 mm Audio Frequency response...2Hz-22050 Hz Playback S/N (A-weighted)..100 dB Playback S/N... 100 dB Playback dynamic range CDR..95 dB (90 dB) Playback dynamic range CD...90 dB Playback total harmonic distortion CDR.88 dB = 0.0033 % Playback total harmonic distortion CD..85 dB = 0.0056 % 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.

Maintenance

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.

Important:

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).

Discs for playback

Your CD recorder is able to play:
AUDIO CD RECORDABLE/REWRITABLE
Always keep the tray closed to avoid dust on the lens. - All pre-recorded audio CDs. - All Audio CDR and Audio CDRW. 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!

Accessories

- 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

REC TIME TRACK TOTAL REM TRACK TIME STEP

SYNC MANUAL

AUDIO CD RECORDABLE/REW

RITABLE

DIGITAL I OPTICAL I ANALOG
AUDIO CD PLA UDIO PLAYBACK
CDR 77X AUDIO CD RECORDER

SHUFFLE

DISPLAY

SCROLL

DJ MODE

PHONES

CD CDR

OUT OUT ANALOG DIGITAL

IN OUT ANALOG

OUT DIGITAL

IN OPTICAL

Controls on the front

CD recorder 1 ON/OFF.turns the CD recorder ON or OFF (if the recorder is in Standby mode, any key press will activate the CD recorder) 2 Standby indicator 3 Disc tray 4 OPEN/CLOSE /..opens/closes disc tray 5 PLAY/PAUSE 2 ;.starts play/interrupts play or recording 6 STOP 9.stops/clears a program 7 REC(ord) TYPE.selects recording modes 8 RECORD..starts recording, finalizing, erasing 9 FINALIZE..selects finalize mode 0 ERASE.selects erasing mode (disc or track) ! EXT SOURCE.selects external input source @ CDR..selects CD recorder deck display/keys CD player $ CD..selects CD player deck display/keys ) PLAY/PAUSE 2 ;.starts play/interrupts play STOP 9.stops/clears a program OPEN/CLOSE /..opens/closes disc tray Disc tray General # Display.information screen % Q..- searches backward - cursor control in Menu/Prog. review mode ^ R..- searches forward - cursor control in Menu/Prog. review mode 8 & EASY JOG .- previous/next track (Play and (rotate) Program mode) - recording level control (recording) - selects settings (menu on) ENTER.- plays selected tracks (push) - selects settings in Menu mode - programs track numbers * STORE/MENU.- stores Menu settings - enters Menu mode ( CANCEL/DELETE.- deletes tracks from a program - deletes text in Menu mode - returns to a higher level in the menu IR sensor..receives signals from the remote control PHONES..socket for headphones DJ MODE..separate play of CD recorder deck and CD player deck REPEAT.repeats play (All, program or track) SCROLL.activates scrolling of text over the display (once) DISPLAY..selects display information, permanent text scrolling and time SHUFFLE..plays CD(RW) or program in random order PROG(ram).opens/closes program memory

DISPLAY messages

Messages, as listed and explained here, may appear on the display for your guidance. General READING.reading disc information OPEN..during tray opening CLOSE..during tray closing NO DISC.no disc inserted, disc unreadable or disc inserted upside down PROG FULL..program full INSERT DISC.insert disc or insert disc in correct way WRONG DISC.inserted disc is not an audio CD UNFINALIZED.unfinalized CDR(W) disc MEMORY XX.indicates the amount of text memory used for unfinalized discs Recording WAIT..- when STOP 9 is pressed during recording - when STOP 9 is pressed during recording the first 4 seconds of a track UPDATE.updating disc contents DISC FULL..no more recording possible DIGITAL 1..digital coaxial input 1 selected OPTICAL.digital optical input selected ANALOG..analog input selected COPY PROTECT.no digital recording can be made of the external source NOTFINALIZED.when opening the tray with an unfinalized disc inserted (CD recorder) RECORD FAST.high speed recording selected REC LISTEN.listen speed recording selected MAKE CD.high speed recording of a complete disc and Auto Finalize function selected REC EXT DISC.synchronised start of recording from external source selected REC EXT MAN.manual start of recording from external source selected _XX DB..level is being adjusted DOES NOT FIT.time left on CDR(W) disc is not enough for proposed recording ANALOG REC.copy prohibited track found during recording. Track will be copied analog (Copy Protection Regulations) ERASE TRACK.when erasing one or more tracks ERASE DISC.when erasing a disc FINALIZE CD.when finalizing a disc FINALIZED..when trying to finalize an already finalized disc CHECK INPUT.when RECORD is pressed while no digital source is detected XX XX ERASE.time countdown when erasing a track or a disc 10 XX XX FINAL.time countdown when finalizing a disc PRESS RECORD.to start manual recording, finalizing or erasing START SOURCE.to start synchronised recording from a source (e.g. CD player) FINALIZED CD.when trying to record on a finalized CDR or a prerecorded CD UNFINALIZE/.when trying to record on a PRESS ENTER finalized CDRW PROF SOURCE.when a professional source is connected REC TEXT..when reading CD text from source disc for recording TEXT PROTECT.when CD text of source disc is subjected to copy protection (CD text will not be recorded) Play CHANGER MODE.CD changer-mode selected DJ-MODE.DJ- mode selected when recording keys are pressed in DJ-mode PROGRAM.program mode selected ALBUM TITLE.will be followed by album title TRACK TITLE.will be followed by track title ALBUM ARTIST.will be followed by artist name TRACK ARTIST.will be followed by track artist name Others NO AUDIO TR.when the recorder enters a data track during recording FINALIZE CD.laser power calibration performed 96 times, finalize disc needed INITIALIZING.during laser power calibration for unfinalized discs DISC RECOVER.during disc recovering after power failure OPC ERROR..OPC failure during OPC procedure (OPC = Optimum Power Calibration) RECORD ERROR.recording error in menu mode DISC ERROR.when trying to record on or finalize a recovered disc MEMORY FULL/.when text memory is full. To add a FINALIZE CD CD to the list, first finalize or erase another disc from the list NOT POSSIBLE.when trying to erase a CDR

This connection must be made for playback on the CD recorder deck as well as the CD player deck (cable 2). Cable 1 is only required if you want to make recordings from an external analog source.
Analog connections CD player deck
This connection is only required if you want to playback on the CD player deck seperately from the CD recorder deck. This will be the case in DJ-mode.
Use the audio cables supplied. Connect the red plugs to the R sockets, and the white plugs to the L sockets. 1 For recording, connect cable 1 between the ANALOG INsockets on the CD recorder and the CDR LINE- or TAPE OUTsockets of an amplifier.
1 For separate playback on the CD player deck, connect a third cable 3 (not supplied) between the ANALOG OUT sockets of the CD recorder and the input sockets of an amplifier e.g. CD, or AUX. (Connect the red plugs to the R sockets, and the white plugs to the L socket.)
Note: For recording directly from a CD player, the analog input of the CD recorder should be connected to the analog output of the CD player.
2 For playback, connect cable 2 between the ANALOG OUTsockets on the CD recorder and the input sockets of an amplifier e.g. TAPE IN, CDR or AUX.
Note: - Never use the PHONO input. - Your CD recorder/player is equipped with a digital coaxial output for the CD player deck. This output can be used for digital playback.
Note: Never use the PHONO input.
Digital coaxial connections CD recorder
This connection is only required if you want to make recordings from an external CD player with a digital coaxial output.
Digital optical connections CD recorder
This connection is only required if you want to make recordings from an external CD player with a digital optical output.
Use the digital coaxial cable supplied. 1 For external recording, connect the cable 4 between the DIGITAL IN-socket on the CD recorder and the DIGITAL OUTsocket of an external CD player. When connecting the Digital Optical cable, make sure it is fully inserted until there is a click.
Note: Your CD recorder is equipped with a digital coaxial output (common output for CD recorder & CD player deck). This output can be used for digital playback.
1 Remove the dust caps from the digital optical connection. (We recommend you save the cap.) 2 For external recording, connect a fibre-optic cable 5 between the digital optical input of the CD recorder and the digital-optical output of an external CD player.

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.
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. - Reading an unfinalized disc in the CD recorder deck could take approximately 1 minute. - For recording it is important that the blank disc is completely free from dust particles or scratches. (see maintenance).

RECORDING

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. We will describe: - Recording from internal CD player deck: high speed or listen mode. - Recording from an external CD player deck: syncronized start with CD player or manual start. (analog or digital). 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.) The CD recorder deck is able to record CD text from the internal CD player deck. (If not subjected to copy protection.) This may take up to 2 minutes. 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. DOES NOT FIT 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.

Recording modes

Your recorder offers several recording modes. For recording from internal CD-deck: - RECORD FAST (high speed digital recording) - fast recording of a disc or programmed tracks. - REC LISTEN (normal speed digital recording) - listening to a recording while making it. - MAKE CD (high speed digital recording and auto-finalize) fast recording of a disc or programmed tracks. Recording will be finalized automatically. Warning: No more recording possible after finalizing CDR disc!

For recording from external sources: - REC EXT DISC (automatic start of recording) - to make an automatic recording of an external source simply by starting the source. - REC EXT MAN (manual start of recording) - to start a manual recording from an external source. Some remarks on recording: - During high speed recording, the original recording quality will be maintained. - When Auto track is on (default setting), track numbers will automatically be increased during recording. - By programming tracks 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.
Note: If during recording ANALOG REC appears, the track will be recorded as analog, at normal speed. All other tracks will be copied normally (at double speed).
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 always use REC EXT DISC.
English High speed recording from internal CD player

ANALOG

PROG SHUFFLE DISPLAY
If DOES NOT FIT appears on the display, there is not enough recording space left on the CDR(W) disc. You can press RECORD: only complete tracks that still fit on the CDR(W) will recorded. or You can press PROG to select one or more tracks for recording (see programming): - rotate the EASY JOG/ENTER key to the required track number, then press the key (or ENTER on the remote control) or - directly select the track number via the 10-keypad on the remote control then press the ENTER key to confirm your selection and go to the next step. Start high speed recording 1 Press RECORD to start recording. WAIT lights up. The display shows the total remaining time for the selected recording. High speed recording starts. fRECORDg lights continuously. To check the track number and track time, press DISPLAY. This can be done during recording. Recording will stop automatically.
During high speed recording the sound is not audible. Preparing for high speed recording 1 Make sure that the recording disc is absolutely free of scratches and dust particles. 2 Press REC TYPE to choose the type of recording:
once: to select RECORD FAST if you wish to make a fast recording of a disc or programmed tracks; three times: to select MAKE CD if you wish to make a fast recording of a disc or programmed tracks and to automatically finalize the recording. The display first shows the selection. The fRECORDg label starts blinking. After 3 seconds the display shows the remaining CDR(W) recording time on the left and total time of source on the right. (every 2 seconds PRESS RECORD is displayed.) The left selection indicator is lit.

English Manual recording from external CD player
MANUAL starts to flash and the display shows REC EXT MAN followed by WAIT. After a few seconds PRESS RECORD followed by the remaining time and track number appear on the display.
OPEN / CLOSE PLAY / PAUSE STOP REC TYPE RECORD FINALIZE ERASE EXT SOURCE

PROG SHUFFLE ALL

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 left 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 total remaining 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. Press PAUSE again to restart recording. ( A new track will always be made.) After recording the display will show UPDATE for several seconds.
Important: - Recording from CD-changers should always be started in the Auto-Start 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 EXT(ernal) 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.
When Auto Track is On (default setting), track numbers will automatically be increased during recording. To switch off the Auto Track function you have to enter Menu mode. If you wish to increase track numbers manually, press TRACK INCR(ement) on the remote control. For further instructions see Menu mode. ON (Auto): The track increments are automatically taken over from the digital source material or after 2.7 seconds silence during analog recording. OFF (Manual): While recording track numbers can be incremented manually by pressing TRACK INCR(ement) on the remote control. (Minimum track length is 4 sec.) (This can also be done in Auto track ON mode.) Track numbers cannot be changed after recording.

If input label (DIGITAL I) flashes, the digital connection is incorrect. Start autostart recording 1 To start recording, press PLAY on the selected source. The CD recorder automatically starts to record and d lights continuously. The track number and track time appear on the display.
English Finalizing CDR & CDRW discs
During finalizing the Table of Contents (TOC) is written to the disc. Finalizing is a simple procedure, necessary to: - be able to play recordings on a CD PLAYER, - avoid further unwanted recordings on a disc, - avoid erasure of tracks on a CDRW, - write CD text on a CDR(W). Auto finalizing Auto finalizing is possible when using the MAKE CD recording function. Manual finalizing 1 Make sure the disc (in the CD recorder deck) is absolutely free of scratches and dust particles. 2 With the recorder stopped press FINALIZE. The display shows FINALIZE CD and PRESS RECORD.

Unfinalizing CDRW discs

For CDRW discs only. If you want to make more recordings (or erasures of tracks) on a finalized disc you must unfinalize it first. The Table of Contents (TOC) will be removed. (This is not possible for CDR discs.) To unfinalize: 1 With the CD recorder stopped, press REC TYPE or ERASE. UNFINALIZE and PRESS ENTER will appear on the display.
2 Press JOG (ENTER). The disc will now be unfinalized and can be recorded on again and the Recording or Erasure mode is entered.
SYNC MANUAL REM REC TIME TRACK TOTAL REM TRACK TIME STEP DIGITAL I OPTICAL I ANALOG
3 You can now start recording or erasing. If no further recording or erasure is required press STOP 9.
3 Press RECORD. XX XX FINAL and the approximate finalization time appears on the display. The display counts down through the finalization. On completion, the total number of tracks and the total time recorded appears on the display. changes to on display. For CDR(W),
Finalizing will take at least 2 - 4 minutes.
Note: - During finalization, the CD recorder accepts no operating commands. - When a CDR is finalized no more recordings can be added.
Note: - Unfinalizing will take approximately 1 minute 30 seconds. - When unfinalizing a CDRW disc with text on it available, this text will be transferred to the CD recorder memory. It may occur that the text memory is full. The message MEMORY FULL/FINALIZE CD will be displayed. To empty the recorders text memory you have to erase text from it. This can be done in two ways: 1) Finalize one or more unfinalized discs for wich CD text is available. 2) Delete text of unfinalized discs with the memory view option in the Menu mode.

Erasing CDRW discs

To erase the entire disc: 1 Press ERASE twice. The display shows the number of tracks and their total playing time. ERASE DISC and PRESS RECORD light up. If the disc is finalized, CD appears on the display after inserting a CDRW in the recorder. The recorder will ask you to confirm unfinalizing first. Confirm by pressing the EASY JOG/ENTER key or ENTER on the remote control.

For unfinalized CDRW discs only. You can erase: - Tracks can only be erased from the end.
- With the EASY JOG you can erase more tracks.
Note: It is not possible to erase tracks within the sequence. - It is also possible to erase the entire disc at once.
To erase one or more tracks from the end: 1 Press ERASE once. The display shows the number of tracks and their total playing time. ERASE TRACK and PRESS RECORD lights up. If the disc is finalized, CD appears on the display after inserting a CDRW in the recorder. The recorder will ask you to confirm unfinalizing first. Confirm by pressing the EASY JOG/ENTER key or ENTER on the remote control. 2 Select the track(s) you wish to erase by turning the EASY JOG/ENTER key to the left. The selected track numbers start blinking on the track bar. The display shows the remaining time after erasing the selected track(s), the shown track will also be included in the erasure of tracks.
2 Press RECORD. The display shows the total countdown time and ERASE The complete disc will be erased.
Erasure of a complete disc may take up to 15 seconds.
3 Press RECORD. The display shows the total countdown time and ERASE. After the selected track(s) have erased, the display shows the remaining tracks and their total playing time. 22

PLAYING

English Play a 2-disc changer (Changer mode)
Your CD recorder is able to play the two decks sequentially (CHANGER mode). This is the default setting. 1 Select Changer mode using the DJ MODE key. CHANGER appears on the display and iCHANGERh lights up.
Playing CDs on Deck 1 and/or Deck 2 (DJ mode)
With this double deck it is possible to play the CD recorder deck and/or the CD player deck individually (at the same time). In this case the extra CD output must also be connected to an amplifier. 1 Select DJ mode using the DJ MODE key. DJ MODE appears on the display and j up.
REM REC TIME TRACK TOTAL REM TRACK TIME

k lights

2 On the deck you want to play, press PLAY/PAUSE 2 ; to start CD play. 2 lights up, the track number and track time of the track in play appear on the display. After playing the first disc the second disc will automatically be played. Press DISPLAY once, twice or three times to see: remaining track time, total remaining time, permanent text information (see Menu mode). To interrupt play temporarily, press PLAY/PAUSE 2 ; again. ; lights on the display. To continue play, press PLAY/PAUSE 2 ; again. 3 To stop play, press STOP 9. The number of tracks and the total playing time appear on the display. If you want to see the information about the other deck, press the CDR key or the CD key in the display frame.

MENU MODE

LEVEL 2
TIME TRACK TOTAL REM TRACK TIME STEP

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.)

MAIN MENU

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"

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.This can be done 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 (unfinalized) 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 NO TEXT
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. If text is available ALL TEXT appears on the display. (When there is no text available the message NO 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.

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.

FIXING PROBLEMS

English TROUBLESHOOTING
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 total remaining time not sufficient, try programming tracks (see programming) Recording is distorted make sure the recording level is correct 20 second pause between recordings see Autostart recording from external CD player (CD-SYNC) 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

Warning!

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 towards the CD recorder check the batteries and replace if necessary select the correct 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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