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newmurr001 2:34am on Thursday, July 15th, 2010 
Worth the money. Excellent recordings, easy to use and set up. It is slow, 2 minutes for display to stabilize
melaniewindia 3:48pm on Thursday, May 27th, 2010 
Answer to below and others with blank media issues is that the 609 will only use audio cdrs or audio cdrws.
oldsalt100 3:57pm on Monday, April 26th, 2010 
As a recorder only, this is an excellent and well-specified machine that does all that it claims.

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COMPACT DISC RECORDER

PDR-609

Operating Instructions

IMPORTANT

CAUTION

RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated "dangerous voltage" within the product's enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons. CAUTION: TO PREVENT THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL. The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
READ INSTRUCTIONS All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the product is operated. RETAIN INSTRUCTIONS The safety and operating instructions should be retained for future reference. HEED WARNINGS All warnings on the product and in the operating instructions should be adhered to. FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS All operating and use instructions should be followed. CLEANING Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. The product should be cleaned only with a polishing cloth or a soft dry cloth. Never clean with furniture wax, benzine, insecticides or other volatile liquids since they may corrode the cabinet. ATTACHMENTS Do not use attachments not recommended by the product manufacturer as they may cause hazards. WATER AND MOISTURE Do not use this product near water for example, near a bathtub, wash bowl, kitchen sink, or laundry tub; in a wet basement; or near a swimming pool; and the like. ACCESSORIES Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table. The product may fall, causing serious injury to a child or adult, and serious damage to the product. Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table recommended by the manufacturer, or sold with the product. Any mounting of the product should follow the manufacturers instructions, and should use a mounting accessory recommended by the manufacturer. CART A product and cart combination should be moved with care. Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven surfaces may cause the product and cart combination to overturn. GROUNDING OR POLARIZATION If this product is equipped with a polarized alternating current line plug (a plug having one blade wider than the other), it will fit into the 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. If this product is equipped with a three-wire grounding type plug, a plug having a third (grounding) pin, it will only fit into a grounding type power outlet. This is a safety feature. If you are unable to insert the plug into the outlet, contact your electrician to replace your obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the grounding type plug. 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 product. OUTDOOR ANTENNA GROUNDING If an outside antenna or cable system is connected to the product, be sure the antenna or cable system is grounded so as to provide some protection against voltage surges and built-up static charges. Article 810 of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70, provides information with regard to proper grounding of the mast and supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire to an antenna discharge unit, size of grounding conductors, location of antenna-discharge unit, connection to grounding electrodes, and requirements for the grounding electrode. See Figure A. 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 power-line surges. POWER LINES An outside antenna system should not be located in the vicinity of overhead power lines or other electric light or power circuits, or where it can fall into such power lines or circuits. When installing an outside antenna system, extreme care should be taken to keep from touching such power lines or circuits as contact with them might be fatal. OVERLOADING Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords, or integral convenience receptacles as this can result in a risk of fire or electric shock. OBJECT AND LIQUID ENTRY Never push objects of any kind into this product through openings as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short-out parts that could result in a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the product. SERVICING Do not attempt to service this product yourself as opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. DAMAGE REQUIRING SERVICE Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions: When the power-supply cord or plug is damaged. If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen into the product. If the product has been exposed to rain or water. If the product does not operate normally by following the operating instructions. Adjust only those controls that are covered by the operating instructions as an improper adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the product to its normal operation. If the product has been dropped or damaged in any way. When the product exhibits a distinct change in performance this indicates a need for service. 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. 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. WALL OR CEILING MOUNTING The product should not be mounted to a wall or ceiling. HEAT The product should be situated away from heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other products (including amplifiers) that produce heat.

12 FINALIZE (p.26) Press to start the disc finalization process (to make recordable CDs playable on ordinary CD players). Indicator lights up during finalization. 13 AUTO/MANUAL (p.3334) Switches between automatic and manual track numbering when recording a disc. 14 INPUT SELECTOR (p.1924,37) Switches between the analog, optical digital and coaxial digital inputs. 15 Remote sensor (p.9) 16 Character display (p.14) / REC BALANCE (p.15,25,30) Press and hold for fast-reverse and fast-forward playback (p.15). Use when recording to set left and right input levels (p.25).Use to move cursor back and forth across character display while using CD text (p.30). (p.15,19-22) Press to play, pause, or resume playing, a disc. Also use to start recording from record-pause mode. 19 NAME (p.3032) Use to cycle through CD text naming options. (p.16,1922) Press to stop playback or recording. 21 SYNCHRO (p.1921) Press to start recording on detection of an input signal. 22 MENU/DELETE (p.16,23,25,30,33,35) Press to cycle through the preference menu options(p.16, 23, 25,33,35). Press to delete characters while editing CD text (p.30). 23 PHONES jack Plug in a pair of stereo headphones for private listening or monitoring. 24 LEVEL Use to adjust the phones volume.
1 ERASE (p.3839) 1 Press to start erasing tracks, or to re-initialize a disc.

Remote control

1 REC MUTE (p.35) Records a blank section on a disc (for space between tracks, etc.) REC (p.2225) Press to enter record-pause mode. TIME (p.17) Switches the display mode (elapsed track time, remaining track time, total disc playing time, etc.) 4 DISPLAY/CHARA Press to switch between display modes (disc title, artist name, track title) (p.16), and between upper- and lower-case characters while using CD text (p.30). SCROLL (p.16) Press to scroll through long names in CD text. MARK / 10/0 Press to choose symbol characters when using CD text. As a numeric key, this represents zero. 7 MENU/DELETE (p.16,23,25,30,33,35) Press to cycle through the preference menu options. Press to delete characters while editing CD text. (p.15) Press to skip backward tracks. Also performs those operations assigned to turning the jog dial (see page 12). 9 Playback control (p.1516,1922) / ENTER 3 Press to play, or resume playing, a disc. 1 and Press and hold for fast-reverse and fastforward playback, and to move cursor position using CD text. 7 Press to stop playback or recording. ENTER Confirm playback, recording, menu settings (p.16), and characters in CD text (p.30). 10 Press to skip backward index points. 11 RANDOM (p.28) Press to start random playback. 12 REPEAT (p.28) Use to set the repeat mode (current track, disc, or repeat off). 13 PROGRAM (p.27) Use to program the playback order of tracks on a disc. 14 FADER (p.28,34) Press to fade in or fade out during playback or recording.

SCROLL

AUTO/ REC SYNCHRO MANUAL

15 SKIP PLAY (p.28)

Press to switch skip play on and off. 16 SKIP ID SET (p.29)
Instructs the player to skip a particular track on playback. 17 SKIP ID CLEAR (p.29) Clears the above setting. 18 SYNCHRO (p.1921) Press to start recording on detection of an input signal. 19 AUTO/MANUAL (p.3334) Switches between automatic and manual track numbering when recording a disc. 20 Number / Letter buttons (p.16,27,30) Use to jump directly to track numbers for playback, selecting track numbers for editing / programming, and selecting letters when using CD text.

DISPLAY /CHARA

8 >10

CURSOR

REPEAT RANDOM NAME CLIP
FADER PROGRAM CHECK SKIP ID CLEAR INPUT SELECTER

SKIP PLAY

21 NAME (p.3032) Use to cycle through CD text naming options. 22 >10 (p.16,27) Use to select track numbers over 10. 23 (p.15) Press to skip forward tracks. Also performs those operations assigned to turning the jog dial (see page 12). 24 Press to skip forward index points. 25 NAME CLIP (p.32) Press to copy the current CD text to the recorders memory. (p.15,22) Press to pause playback or recording. 27 CHECK (p.27) Press repeatedly to step through the program playlist. 28 CLEAR (p.27) Press to clear the last track in a programmed playlist. 29 INPUT SELECTOR (p.1924,37) Switches between the analog, optical digital and coaxial digital inputs.
TOTAL REMAIN TIME DISC TRACK ARTST ANALOG OPTICAL

TRK INDEX MIN

FADER SYNC-1 AUTO TRK

MANU TRK

COAXIAL

dB RDM

SKIP ON RPT-1 PGM

Display

1 CD text indicators(p.16) DISC Lights up when disc information is displayed. TRACK Lights up when track information is displayed. ARTST Lights up when artist information is displayed. TOTAL / REMAIN / TIME (p.17) Indicates whether the current displayed time is elapsed, remaining, or total time for a disc or individual tracks. Message/time display FADER (p.28,34) Blinks during fade in or fade out. 3 (p.1516) Lights up during playback. 8 (p.15,22) Lights during play- or record-pause. REC (p.2225,34) Lights up to when recording or record-paused. Blinking display indicates record muting. 9 CD TEXT (p.15,30,31) Lights if the CD currently loaded contains CD text. CD / CDR / CDRW (p.15) Indicates the type of disc currently loaded. FINALIZE (p.21,26) Lights up if the CD-RW currently loaded has been finalized. Also blinks during automatic finalization recording (p.21,26). 10 SYNC / SYNC-1 (p.1921) Lights up when the recorder is in automatic synchro recording mode. 1 AUTO TRK (p.33) 1 Lights when automatic track numbering is on during recording. 12 MANU TRK (p.34) Lights up when manual track numbering is on during recording.

Press OPEN/CLOSE 0 to open the disc tray. Load a pre-recorded audio CD. Place the disc in the disc tray label-side up. The disc tray has guides for both CD singles (8cm) and regular CDs (12cm). Do not use an adaptor when playing CD singles: it could damage the recorder. Never load more than one disc at a time.
DIGITAL REC LEVEL ANALOG REC LEVEL

7 5,6 10

Press OPEN/CLOSE 0 to close the disc tray. Once the recorder has found out what is on the disc, the display will show track and disc information or, depending on the disc, CD text. If the disc does not contain CD text, you should see a display that looks something like this:

AL DIGIT VEL LE REC

Number of tracks on disc Total playing time of disc

PUS T H EN ER

Indicates a pre-recorded disc
Pressing 3 (6 on the front panel) will also close the disc tray (but you wont see the above display).
10 To stop playback, press 7. Take out the CD from the disc tray before switching off the unit.
Selecting tracks directly
Number buttons If you want to start directly from a track other than the first, just enter the track number from the remote control. If you do the same thing during playback, the recorder immediately jumps to that track on the disc. While a disc is stopped, paused or playing, enter the track number you want to play. The recorder jumps directly to that track. If the recorder was stopped, the track then starts playing. For track numbers 1 to 10, use the corresponding number button. For track numbers over 10, press the >10 button, then enter the track number. For example, to select track 28:

ABC TUV

Showing CD text information
If the CD contains text information, you can see this in the display during both playback and when the disc is stopped. The DISPLAY/CHARA button switches between the different text displays. When a disc with text is loaded into the recorder, the entire disc title automatically scrolls across the display. The first 12 characters of the disc title remain. Press SCROLL at any time to see the full title scroll across the display. During playback, press DISPLAY/CHARA to switch the display. There are three different displays. Press DISPLAY/CHARA repeatedly to switch between them:
BEST CLASSIC Disc name 3rd Movement

Track name

>10

DISPLAY/CHARA

Using the menu features
Several features of the CD recorder can be accessed by using the MENU/DELETE key. This menu is like a selection of preferences that will stay in memory even if the system is turned off (see note below).The jog dial cycles you through the features listed below (refer to the page numbers listed to set your preferences in the menu). Digital volume (p.23) Balance (p.25) Silence threshold for auto track numbering (p.33) Time increment recording (p.35) Fade length (p.35) Note: The time increment will default to OFF when: recording is stopped; auto track numbering is turned off; power is switched off.

O2 O1 O7:46 REC 56:14

P QR S

Elapsed recording time

Remaining recording time available*
While stopped, press TIME to switch the display mode. There are two different displays. Press TIME repeatedly to switch between them:

O9 45:37 REC 28:23

Total disc time and number of tracks.
* Although compatible with 80 minute discs, the remaining recording time display will not accurately show 80 minutes for blank discs.
This generally allows just one generation of digital recording. In other words, you can make a digital recording from an original source (such as a commercial CD), but you cant then make further digital recordings from that copy. Most digital recording equipment uses the SCMS system, including CD and MD recorders, and DAT decks. You may also find that you cant record certain DVD discs as the digital output of the DVD player can be disabled by the disc. Of course, if you do encounter SCMS or other digital-copy restrictions, you can always record through the analog inputs of the PDR-609. To check whether a source is digital-copy protected, see Checking for Digital Copy Protection on page 60.
Digital recording from DAT
If youre recording a DAT tape that was recorded using the DAT machine's auto ID function, the IDs on the tape are slightly after the beginning of the actual recording. This can cause problems for the CD recorder: The start of the track may not be recorded. The track number will be recorded on the disc after the start of the track. The beginning of the next track on the DAT is unintentionally recorded. To avoid these problems, we recommend recording start IDs on the DAT manually, if possible. If this is not possible, or if there are no start IDs on the DAT, we recommend using manual track numbering while recording to CD to ensure that new tracks are starting in the right places. Refer to the instructions for your DAT recorder for more information. You might also encounter problems if you try to synchrorecord all tracks from a DAT that is set to program play. If you want to record a DAT in program play mode, use the 1-track synchro recording modesee pages 20 for how to do this.

Recording modes

The recorder is equipped with a set of analog input terminals, as well as both optical and coaxial digital inputs. This means that the PDR609 is compatible with almost all audio sourcesanalog or digital. It even has a built in sampling rate converter making it ideal for recording DAT tapes or satellite broadcasts, for example, which are often at sampling rates different to that of CD. Since CDs are always recorded at a sampling rate of 44.1kHz, sample rate conversion is completely automaticif the recorder senses a digital signal at either 32 or 48kHz, it will convert it to 44.1kHz. Note that this recorder can't convert 96kHz digital sources (such as some DAT tapes and DVD discs).

Make sure one of the digital inputs is selected. Pressing INPUT SELECTOR repeatedly switches the active input: Analog - Optical - Coaxial The recorder's display indicates the current input.
Make sure the recorder is stopped, then press RECORD ( REC on the remote control). The recorder goes into record-pause. (You can also press MONITOR.) Press MENU/DELETE. Turn the jog dial until D. VOL appears in the display, then press to ENTER. If there is nothing connected to the selected digital input, the message DIN UNLOCK appears in the display. The display shows current digital recording level.
Turn the jog dial or press 4 or on the remote control to adjust the recording level up or down. The maximum adjustment possible is between MIN(silence) and +20dB. Pressing the jog dial (ENTER)and holding for 3 seconds resets to OdB.
Press the jog dial (ENTER) to confirm the digital recording level.
If you are recording DTS encoded audio CDs or HDCD format CDs, the digital recording level must be set to 0.0dB for recording.
Setting the analog recording level
Compared to analog tape, the distortion that you get from overloading a CD is much less tolerable, and something youll definitely want to avoid. What you want to aim for is a level where the loudest sound from your source material is recorded onto the CD at a level just below the point where it overloads (where it produces an unpleasant, buzzy distortion). 1
Press INPUT SELECTOR to choose the analog input. Pressing INPUT SELECTOR repeatedly switches the active input: Analog - Optical - Coaxial The recorders display indicates the current input.
PUSH ENTER ANALOG L REC BALANCE R TEXT
Make sure the recorder is stopped, then press RECORD ( REC on the remote control). The recorder goes into record-pause. (You can also press MONITOR.) Start playing the source. Adjust the recording level using the ANALOG REC LEVEL control.
Dont let the recording level to reach the red OVER indicator!

0 OVER

The maximum recording level should be in this area. 1
When youre happy with the recording level, stop the source.

Setting the balance

You can increase the relative volume of the right or left channel for both recording and playback. However, It is generally not necessary to change the balance of a commercially recorded source.
Press INPUT SELECTOR to choose an input. Pressing INPUT SELECTOR repeatedly switches the active input: Analog - Optical - Coaxial The recorders display indicates the current input.
Make sure the recorder is stopped, then press RECORD ( REC on the remote control). The recorder goes into record-pause. (You can also press MONITOR.) Press MENU/DELETE. Turn the jog dial until BALANCE appears in the display, then press to ENTER. Adjust the balance using the REC BALANCE buttons (1 and ). You can adjust the balance from 0dB (default) to around 5dB in either direction for digital recording, and up to around 7dB for analog recording. Pressing the jog dial (ENTER)and holding for 3 seconds resets to center position.

Clearing the playlist

Since the program only applies as long as the disc is in the player, you can clear it by simply ejecting the disc. Alternatively, press 7 while the disc is stopped.
Clearing a track from the playlist
Delete the last (most recently) programmed step by pressing CLEAR. Press repeatedly to clear several steps (if the program is playing while youre doing this, you cant clear steps beyond the one that is currently playing).
The playlist you program applies only to the disc in the player at the time: as soon as you eject that disc the playlist is lost. 1 Make sure the player is stopped, then press PROGRAM. The PGM indicator lights and the display prompts you to enter the first track in the program:
Checking what's in the playlist
While the disc is stopped, you can check the contents of the playlist using CHECK on the remote control. Each press steps through the playlist, showing the step number and the corresponding track number.
As you program tracks, the total running time of the program is displayed here.
Enter the track numbers in the order you want them played. There are three ways to enter track numbers: Using the number buttons For track numbers 1 to 10, use the corresponding number button. For track numbers over 10, press the >10 button, then enter the track number. For example, to select track 28:

Programmed step number

Programmed track number
Replacing a track in the playlist
While checking the playlist (see above), you can change the track number for the step youre on using either the number keys, the 4 and buttons, or the jog dial.
Using the track skip buttons Use the 4 and buttons to select a track; press PROGRAM to enter it into the playlist. Using the jog dial Turn the jog dial to select a track; push to enter it into the playlist. 3 Press 3 (6 on the front panel) to start playback. You must press PROGRAM if you want to enter another track after you have started playback.

Playing tracks at random

Repeating tracks
Using the repeat play function you can repeat either the current track over and over, or the entire disc. To repeat the current track, press REPEAT once. The RPT-1 indicator lights up in the display and the current track repeats until you either press 7, or press REPEAT twice. Either way, repeat is canceled. You can use repeat track in normal, program or random play modes. To repeat the whole disc, press REPEAT twice. The RPT indicator lights up in the display and the CD repeats until you press either 7 or REPEAT again (in which case the disc continues playing to the end, then stops). You can use repeat disc in normal, random or program play modes.

If the disc is already named, the character display shows the name (or the first 12 characters if it is too long to be displayed completely), with a blinking cursor under the first character. 4 Select/change the character at the current cursor position by turning the jog dial. See below for the complete list of letters, numbers, and symbols available. If youre using the remote control, use numbers keys 1-9 for numbers and the letters shown above each key. Press a key repeatedly to cycle through the letters and numbers on that key. Characters available for disc and track names: ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST UVWXYZ abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz 1234567890 !"#$%&()*+,-./<=> ? @[]_'{|}<space> 5 Change between uppercase, lowercase, and numbers/ symbols by pressing DISPLAY/ CHARA. The case of the character at the current cursor position changes between upperand lowercase and numbers/symbols with each press. Confirm the character and move the cursor to the next character position by pressing the jog dial (or ). For the remote, move the cursor to the next character position by pressing ENTER. Move the cursor backwards or forwards along the display using 1 and. Insert a new character into a name by moving the cursor to the character position you want and repeating steps 46.

6 2,7 6

4 2,6 2
Make sure the disc you want to name is loaded into the recorder and is stopped. For track names: Before proceeding to step 2, you must choose the track you want to name by turning the jog dial. You can also name tracks during playback. Press NAME. Press NAME to switch between disc and artist name:

DISC NAME ARTIST NAME

If you are naming a track, go to step 3. The default is disc title. Press 7 at any time to exit. 3 Wait two seconds after making your selection, or press ENTER. If the disc doesn't already have a name, the character display is blank, with a blinking cursor on the first character.
0!"#$%&()*+,-./<=> ?@[]_'{|}<space>
Erase the character at the current cursor position by pressing MENU/ DELETE. The characters on either side of the current cursor position close to fill up the gap. 7 Press NAME again to enter the text and return to the title selection display. If you are inputting a track title, you must assign it to a track number using 4 or , or the corresponding number on the remote control. Pressing NAME twice takes you back to the previous menu (step 2). Note: After you have finished setting the names you want in CD text, be sure to eject the disc or, if you have finished all the recording and editing that you want do to, finalize the disc as shown on page 26.

Editing CD text

The CD recorder can store information for up to three discs at one time. When an unfinalized CD-R containing CD text is loaded, this text will automatically return to memory. Before finalizing the CD-R, you can go back and edit the text as many times as you like, or until you input CD text for a fourth disc (this will erase the oldest information in memory). Load the CD-R or CD-RW you wish to edit. Press NAME. Choose the name you wish to edit as in steps 13 of Using CD text. Edit the text. See step 6 of Using CD text. Eject or finalize the disc. See Finalizing a disc on page 26 if you have finished all the recording and editing that you want do to.

Copying track names to other tracks
If you need to name several tracks with similar namesseveral parts of one suite, for exampleyou can name the first one using the procedure detailed above, then simply copy that name to the other tracks and edit them as required. This can save you a lot of time over naming each track individually. The recorder stores the last three names you've copied using the name clip function in its memory (up to 40 characters each). When you copy another track name, the oldest one is deleted from memory. 4,8 7
Use the jog dial to select one of the previous three names stored, then press the jog dial (ENTER). On the remote, use the 4 and buttons to select a name, then press ENTER. The display flashes Name Insert briefly and the selected name is inserted at the point you chose. Edit the name further if necessary.
Press NAME to leave the track name mode.
Go to the track with the name you want to copy. Use one of the usual methodstrack skip, direct selection, etc. Press NAME CLIP to copy the currently displayed into memory. The display should confirm that the track name has been copied. You cannot copy the names of commercially recorded discs.
Go to the track that you want to copy the name to. Press NAME to start editing the current track name. Move the cursor to the postion you want to insert the copied name. Use the 1 and buttons to move the cursor around the character display. Press NAME CLIP again. The most recently clipped name appears.

4 4,8 5

Automatically numbering tracks
The display shows the current silence threshold for automatic track numbering. The default is -54dB. 3 Turn the jog dial (4 and on the remote) to change the threshold level. Turning the dial cycles through the following levels: -78dB to -66dB Use these levels if you find the recorder is putting in new track numbers during very quiet sections of classical music, for example. -60dB to -48dB A mid level suitable for most recordings. -42dB to -24dB If you find that the recorder is not putting in new track numbers because the original source is too noisy. 4 Press the jog dial (ENTER) to confirm the new level. If the AUTO TRK indicator is not lit, press AUTO/MANUAL to switch it on. To check that tracks will start at the correct points on the recording, see Monitoring a source on page 36.

PUSH ENTER

ANALOG REC BALANCE R TEXT
You don't have to record a whole disc at once. Until you finalize the disc, further recording is possible from the end of the last track you recorded (assuming there are fewer than 99 tracks already on the disc). Here's how to check what's on the last recorded section of the disc before recording new material: Press RECORD. The recorder goes into record-pause mode. Press and hold 1. You'll hear the last recorded track in reverse. Release the button and the track plays normally to the end. While the track is playing you can use the 1 and. If you press RECORD again while the track's playing, the recorder jumps to the end of the track and goes into recordpause. When the track has played out, the recorder automatically enters record-pause again.
Once the player is back in record-pause mode you can go ahead and record normally. If you decide you dont want to record, just press 7.

Monitoring a source

Press MONITOR. The indicator above the MONITOR button lights up. If the source is copy protected, the message Cant COPY appears (see the following page for more on this). When automatic track numbering has been selected, the TRACK indicator will light for 2 seconds at track start points. See Automatically numbering tracks on page 33 if you find the recorder cant recognize the gaps between tracks. When monitoring through a digital output, you cannot hear changes you make in the recording level or balance.
When recording, or in record-pause mode, the source signal is always available for monitoring through a connected amplifier or through a pair of headphones plugged into the PDR609s phones jack. Even if youre not recording, you can still monitoruseful for cueing up for the next recording and also for checking that tracks are starting in the proper places during automatic track numbering. 1 Start the source component playing. Make sure that the input selector is set to the correct input.
To switch off monitoring, press MONITOR again. The monitor indicator switches off.
Checking for digital copy protection
Using the MONITOR button, you can also check whether or not a digital source is copy-protected with SCMS (Serial Copy Management System). SCMS allows you to make digital copies of original sources for your own use, but prevents further digital copies being made from the copy (see page 27 for more on SCMS). 1 Start playing the digital source. Make sure that the input selector is set to the correct digital input. Press MONITOR. The display shows Cant COPY if the source is digital-copy protected. Press MONITOR again to switch monitoring off.

7 Additional information

Understanding display messages
Below is a list of messages youll see during normal operation of the PDR609 together with a brief explanation of what they mean. If you need more information, turn to the page indicated. Note: In the table below, ** indicates a track number. Message TOC READ SYNC1 SYNCALL PMA REC ** SKIP SET ** SKIP CLR ERASE LAST? ERASE ALL? ERASE TOC? ERASE ** ** ? INITIALIZE? Description The recorder is reading the disc's TOC (Table of Contents). Wait for the message to disappear. The unit is in 1-track automatic digital recording mode. Recording starts when the recorder detects the digital source input signal. Reference p. 15 p. 19
The unit is in all-track automatic digital recording mode. Recording starts when the p. 20 recorder detects the digital source input signal. The recorder is writing TOC data to the disc's PMA (Program Memory Area). Never turn off the power while this display is showing. Confirm that you want to set a skip ID by pressing the SKIP ID SET button. Confirm that you want to set a skip ID by pressing the SKIP ID CLEAR button. Confirm that you want to erase the last track of a CD-RW disc by pressing 6 (8 on the remote control). Confirm that you want to erase all tracks on a CD-RW disc by pressing 6 (8 on the remote control). Confirm that you want to erase the TOC of a finalized CD-RW disc to return it to a non-finalized state. After doing this, you can record more material on the disc. Confirm that you want to erase tracks recorded on a CD-RW disc. Confirm that you want to re-initialize the CD-RW disc by pressing 6 (8 on the remote control). p. 29 p. 29 p. 37 p. 37 p. 38 p. 37 p. 38

Troubleshooting

Below is a list of messages mainly related to playback and recording problems, together with a brief explanation and a page reference where you can find more information:

Display CHECK DISC

Cause The disc is damaged or dirty. The disc is loaded upside down.
Remedy Take out the disc and check for dust, dirt, scratches, etc. Clean as necessary.
Take out the disc and reload it label-side up. If the same message is displayed again after the disc is reloaded, unplug the power cord and plug it in again. If the same message is still displayed, please contact a Pioneer authorized service center. Unplug the power cord and plug it in again. If the same message is displayed again, please contact a Pioneer authorized service center.

CHECK (blinking display)

A system error occurred, perhaps due to noise or static electricity.
Display messages relating to playback

NEW DISC

A blank disc is loaded.

Remedy

Only recording is possible on blank CD-R or CDRW discs. Playback is not possible. Open the tray and check that a disc is loaded.

Its often easy to mistake incorrect operation for trouble and malfunction of the unit. If you think there is something wrong with the component, check the points below first. If the problem persists, contact you nearest Pioneer-authorized service center and have them check over the unit.
Symptom Power cannot be turned on. Cause The power cord is unplugged from the wall outlet. The power was turned off from the component (stereo amplifier, audio timer, etc.) to which it is connected. No sound is heard during playback. Cannot record. The recorder is not connected up properly. The recorder is not connected up properly. The CD-R or CD-RW disc in use has already been finalized. The input selection is incorrect. The analog REC LEVEL control is set too low. Recorded sound is distorted. The analog REC
Remedy Plug the power cord into a power outlet. Turn on the component supplying the power to the recorder. Check all connections, especially to the amplifier (p.1011) Check all connections (p.1011) Use a non-finalized disc or erase the CD-RW disc (p.36) Select the input connected to the source component you re recording from. Increase the recording level (p.2324) Reduce the analog recording level (p.24) Check all connections (p.1011) Turn the TV power off or install this unit further away from the TV. Use another disc. Clean the disc. Replace both of the remote control batteries with new ones. Remove the obstacle. Operate in the remote controllable range (p.9) Set the SKIP PLAY button to off (p.28) Set the SKIP PLAY button to on (p.28) Set the silence threshold to a suitable level for automatically numbering tracks (p.33) Finalize the disc (p.26) Try the disc on a different CD player. If it plays OK then get the pickup lens on the original player cleaned.

control is set too high.

Signal connections are incorrect. There is interference from a TV set. The disc is damaged or warped. The disc is extremely dirty. Remote control operation is impossible. The remote control batteries are exhausted. There is an obstacle between the remote control unit and main unit. The remote control unit is being operated outside the remote controllable range. The SKIP PLAY button is set to on
Some tracks are skipped without being played. Skip playback does not occur.
The SKIP PLAY button is set to off.
The level that the recorder regards as silence is set The recorder does not recognize the end either too low, or too high. of tracks during sync recording. A recorded CD-R disc The disc has not been finalized after recording. When such a disc is loaded, the CD-R indicator lights up. cannot be played on The pickup lens of the other CD player is dirty, other CD players. impairing its ability to play CD-R discs.

 

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