Here you can find all about Sharp MD-MT270H like manual and other informations. For example: review.
Sharp MD-MT270H manual (user guide) is ready to download for free.
On the bottom of page users can write a review. If you own a Sharp MD-MT270H please write about it to help other people. [ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your Sharp MD-MT270H photo ]
Sharp MD-MT270H, size: 1.0 MB
User reviews and opinions
|mydream1000||11:08am on Monday, June 7th, 2010|
|Good quality sound I wanted a portable audio device that sounded better than the mp3s I had tried. Sharp MD 270 review Am very pleased with this MD Walkman. It is very well built, and uses very solid plastic.|
|Sanga||12:46am on Monday, April 26th, 2010|
|Sharp MD 270 review Am very pleased with this MD Walkman. It is very well built, and uses very solid plastic.|
|aagaard||1:57pm on Wednesday, April 14th, 2010|
|Good quality sound I wanted a portable audio device that sounded better than the mp3s I had tried.|
Comments posted on www.ps2netdrivers.net are solely the views and opinions of the people posting them and do not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of us.
Radio Regen Used Equipment Sale July 2010
The following items are located in City Centre Manchester. It is preferred items collected, if delivery is required than this will be charged at cost please note some of the items are extremely heavy. Buster 19 8u flight case containing: 2 x Sony CDPD11 1U rack mount Professional CD player 2 x Sony MDSE-10 1U rack mount Professional MiniDisc recorder Used on various RSL broadcasts for short periods, in good condition, some minor cosmetic marks, tested as working. Including remote controls and manuals. 600 Would accept offers on individual items
Buster Flight Case - containing: Pioneer DJM-300 DJ Mixer 2 x Technics SL1210 MK2 turntables + 2 x Ortofon Concorde Pro Stylus Used on various RSL broadcasts for short periods, in good condition, tested as working. Including manuals. 750
Page 1 of 8
Technics SL1210-MK2 Turntable (inc carts+ Stylus) - Original box. Very light use in excellent condition. Includes Manual. Tested as working.
Gemini SL-200 Turntable No Cartridge or Stylus tested appears functional. Entry level turntable for non demanding situations. 30
Peavey RQ200 Mixer - 6 Channel Tested working More Info:
Page 2 of 8
8 x Canford ASC MD Report Units Professional housing for Mini-Disc recorders. Provides XLR inputs for Microphone, and long life battery. See:
for more information.
Designed for use with MD recorders, provides selectable 5v or 6v power supply, and stereo mini-jack connectors for Line In / Out, could potentially be used with a suitable MP3 recorder (maybe requiring a modification to the power supply connector.)
2x Complete Reporter kit including Power Supply and Sharp MD-MT170 mini-disc recorder, XLR and AT 804 microphone. 200 (or 150 without microphone) 1x Complete Reporter kit including Power Supply and Sharp MD-MT270H mini-disc recorder, XLR and AT 804 microphone. 200 (or 150 without microphone) 2 x Kits without recorder 100 each 1 x Kit without recorder / no Power Supply requires a 12volt power supply a standard plug-top regulated power should suffice x Kit Damaged kit, without recorder / no Power Supply requires a 12volt power supply a standard plug-top regulated power should suffice. Rear corner of unit bent, due to unit being dropped. 50 All units above tested and appear functional, although they have not been used for several years, so can not guarantee that the batteries will be in perfect condition. 1 x Kits without recorder, power supply or Microphone appears faulty, does not power up 20 Would consider offers for the complete set.
Page 3 of 8
Vintage Custom Sound 12 Channel Audio Mixer in wooden flight case.
This item dates from the 1970s is very large and is unfortunately un-tested, so may have faults. Would suit collector of vintage kit, or engineer wanting a challenge.
Open to any offers
Tascam 103 Cassette Recorder Tested working 30
TEAC W-485C Double Cassette Deck Tested working 30
Page 4 of 8
5 x SONY TCM-939 Portable Cassette Recorders Battery Operated.
Open to Offers
5x Anglepoise Microphone Stands. Various makes, with integral XLR microphone cable. All in average condition Open to Offers
The following items are located in Wythenshawe Town Centre, preferred items collected from Wythenshawe, or by arrangement, Central Manchester, if delivery is required than this will be charged at cost please note some of the items are extremely heavy. Sonifex HY-02 Telephone Balance Unit Connect your phone line to studio mixing desk, tested functioning, was in use until a couple of years ago when it was replaced by a newer unit. 250
Page 5 of 8
Technics DN-1800F Dual CD Player CD Drives in 2u Rack Mounting. Controller in separate 2u rack mount. Ideal DJ set-up. Tested as working. 150 Technics ST-Z11l Analogue Tuner Rotary Tuning control FM/MW/LW Tested working 30
2x Domestic Mini-Disc Recorders 1x SONY MDS-JE330 1x SONY MDS-JE520 Both tested working some cosmetic damage 30 each Technics SL-PG320A CD Player Tested working
Undocumented modification for mixer fader start
Denon PMA-255UK Amplifier Tested Working 30
Page 6 of 8
Yahmaha AX-592 Amp Tested working missing one foot, some cosmetic damage 30
Pure DRX-701ES DAB Tuner Tested working with indoor aerial 75
2x Pace Sky Digital Receivers Tested working Open to Offers
Denon DRM-555 Cassette Recorder.Tested working 30
Page 7 of 8
Phil Tronics Passive Telephone Balance Unit. 30
VDA Video and Audio Distribution Amplifier Untested. 7x video DA modules and 2x Audio DA modules. Extremely heavy Open to offers
For further information about any of the items, or to make an offer please contact Phil Edmonds via email: email@example.com or leave a message for Phil on 5012.
For further information about any of the items please contact Phil Edmonds via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message for Phil on 5012.
Page 8 of 8
Thank you for purchasing this SHARP product. For the best performance, read this manual carefully. It will guide you in operating your SHARP product.
-Introduction/Contents! Important Introduction
! Useful Features
Special Notes. 2 Accessories. 2 Optional Accessories. 2 Names of Controls and Indicators. 3 Precautions. 4
Hold Function. 13 Advanced Playback. 13 - 14 Advanced Recording. 15 - 20 Checking Displays. 21 - 22
! Power Source
Using with the AC Adaptor. 5 Using with the Alkaline Battery. 5
! Advanced Features
Titling a MiniDisc. 23 - 26 Editing a Recorded MiniDisc. 27 - 29 Changing Default Settings. 30 Listening through Another System. 31 - 32
Inserting a MiniDisc. 6 Connections. 7 Before Recording. 8
Troubleshooting. 32 - 33 MiniDisc System Limitations. 34 Error Messages. 35 - 36 Maintenance. 37 Specifications. 37 - 38
! Basic Operation
Recording. 9 - 10 Playback. 11 - 12
" US and foreign patents licensed from Dolby Laboratories. " The AC adaptor supplied with the MD-MT270H must not be used with other equipment. " When recording important selections, make a preliminary test to ensure that the desired material is properly recorded. " SHARP is not liable for damage or loss of your recording arising from malfunction of this unit. " The letters in brackets contained in the model number indicate the colour of the product only. Operation and specifications are unaffected.
Earphones x 1
AC Adaptor (RADPA7057AWZZ) x 1 Connection Cable (for analogue recording) x 1
Notes: " Parts and equipment mentioned in this operation manual other than those detailed above are not included. " The AC adaptor may be different from the one in the drawing.
" Car adaptor (AD-CA20X) " Cassette adaptor (AD-CT14) " Connection cable (for digital recording) (AD-M1DC) " Connection cable (for digital recording) (AD-M2DC)
-Special Notes/Accessories/Optional Accessories-
Names of Controls and Indicators
Recordable Recording prevented
! If any resistance is felt, do not force the MiniDisc into the unit, as it may cause damage to the unit. If resistance is felt, remove the MiniDisc and reload it. ! The lid cannot be opened if "TOC" is displayed; refer to the instruction on page 8. ! When you record on a MiniDisc, check that the erase prevention tab is set to the "Recordable" position.
-Inserting a MiniDisc-
You can record your favourite CDs or tapes to MD. When recording, it is recommended to use the AC adaptor and also install the battery. Should the power failure occur, the power source would be automatically switched to the battery.
Supplied connection cable
s To connect to a stereo system with "LINE OUT" or "AUDIO OUT" sockets (analogue connection)
If the audio system has only one pair of sockets, they are usually for input only and recording via this connection is not possible.
To the wall socket
Red : to right White : to left
AC 230V, 50/60 Hz
Separately available connection cable AD-M1DC
To the OPTICAL/ LINE IN socket
To the DC IN 5V socket
s To connect to a stereo system with a "DIGITAL OUT" or "OPTICAL OUT" socket (digital connection)
When compared with an analogue connection recording, using a digital connection will give higher quality. Some audio systems do not have a DIGITAL OUT socket. Check before connecting.
" About the TOC
After any recording or editing function, "TOC" (Table Of Contents) is displayed. To finalise the recording or editing function, turn the power off. During this process, "TOC" will flash and "TOC EDIT!" will be displayed. During any recording or editing function, the MiniDisc unit lid is locked, and the MiniDisc cannot be removed until the process is finalised.
" To prevent recorded MiniDiscs from being erased accidentally
Slide the accidental erase prevention tab, located on the side of the MiniDisc, in the direction indicated by the arrow. The MiniDisc will then be protected against accidental erasure.
If the power is removed (Battery/AC adaptor) whilst "TOC" is displayed, the MiniDisc unit lid will remain locked until the battery/main power is restored and the unit is turned on. Your new recordings or edited changes will be lost and your MiniDisc may become unusable.
To add a recording to such a MiniDisc, slide the accidental erase prevention tab back to its original position.
Whilst "TOC" or "TOC EDIT!" is displayed, follow the instructions below. Do not jerk or bump the unit. Do not unplug the AC adaptor. Do not remove the battery. Do not subject the unit to shock. Otherwise, tracks may not be recorded properly.
" Helpful tip when attaching a label
When attaching a label to an MiniDisc cartridge, be sure to note the following. If the label is not attached properly, the MiniDisc may jam inside the unit and you may not be able to remove it. ! If the label peels off or partially lifts away, replace it with a new one. ! Do not put a new label on top of an existing one. ! Attach the label only in the specified location.
Press the REC LEVEL recording level. or button to adjust the
Analogue recording (connecting with analogue cable) Adjust the recording level so that the maximum sound volume from the source makes the reading swing somewhere between -4 dB and 0 dB.
Digital recording (connecting with digital cable)
You can adjust the level in 1 dB increments between + 10 dB and - 10 dB.
+ 10 dB to - 10 dB
Cancel the hold mode. The portable MD does not work whilst in the hold mode. As for the details, see page 13.
Once you adjust the recording level, the setting is retained even after the recording stops. (For cancellation instructions for the digital recording level, see page 30.) The sound from the earphones dose not change even the digital recording level is adjusted.
Press the REC button. Begin playback on the stereo system connected to this portable MD.
Press the PAUSE button on the stereo system to enter the playback pause mode. Here, you can search for the track to be recorded.
Press the MENU/ENTER button. Press the MODE". or button repeatedly to select "REC
Notes: ! Complete the operation within 7 seconds whilst selecting the menus. ! Changing the volume level whilst recording does not affect the recording. ! You cannot adjust the bass level whilst recording.
To interrupt recording
Press the MENU/ENTER button. Press the or button repeatedly to select the recording mode (page 15). Press the button. ! To resume recording, press the button again. ! The track number will be increased by one each time the recording is interrupted.
To stop recording
Press the :OFF/HOLD button. Notes: ! Whilst "TOC" is displayed, the MiniDisc recorded contents are not yet updated. ! To prevent the new recording from being lost, it is not possible to remove the MiniDisc whilst "TOC" is displayed. TOC display
Press the MENU/ENTER button. The mode will be set automatically after 7 seconds even if the MENU/ENTER button is not pressed.
button to start the MiniDisc unit re-
To update the recorded contents of the MiniDisc
Press the :OFF/HOLD button whilst in the stop mode. The power turns off after recorded contents have been updated on the MiniDisc.
11Begin playback on the stereo system, the output
will be recorded.
(Stereo recording) (2 times long recording) (4 times long recording) (Monaural recording)
Press the button.
Playback starts automatically with a playback only MiniDisc or a MiniDisc which is protected against accidental erasure (Auto-play function).
To interrupt playback
Press the button. To resume playback, press the button again.
To stop playback
Press the :OFF/HOLD button. The power will turn off automatically after 2 minutes if the unit is left in the stop mode.
To turn off the power
To the PHONES socket
Press the :OFF/HOLD button whilst in the stop mode. Notes: ! Reduce the volume before starting to play. MiniDiscs, compared to ordinary cassette tapes, have very little noise. If the volume is adjusted according to your usual expectations of noise, high volume may damage your hearing. ! The sound escaping from your earphones may annoy people around you. In particularly crowded places (such as on trains or buses), reduce the volume.
" Volume control
Press the VOL + button to increase the volume and the VOL - button to decrease the volume. Volume (0 - 30)
Insert the earphones plug into the PHONES socket. Insert a MiniDisc (page 6).
" Bass control
Each time the BASS/SYNC button is pressed, the bass response will be switched as follows. BASS 1 BASS 2 BASS 3 BASS OFF Emphasised slightly. Emphasised more. Emphasised fully. Cancelled. (Default setting)
Press the or button repeatedly to select "Lo". Lo: low sound setting Press the VOL + or VOL button to adjust the low sound setting. 1 to 5 (default setting:3)
You can set 3 types of bass settings (BASS 1 - BASS 3) by adjusting low (Lo) and high (Hi) boost for each setting.
Hi: high sound setting Press the VOL + or VOL button to adjust the high sound setting. 1 to 5 (default setting:3)
During playback, press the MENU/ENTER button. Press the or "SOUND ADJ". Press the button. button repeatedly to select
10Repeat steps 4 - 9 to change the other bass setting. 11When the bass selection is entered, press the
MENU/ENTER button. Notes: ! If you set the volume more than 23, the bass boost will be adjusted automatically. ! When the bass sound is emphasised with the volume level set higher than 23, the volume level will be reduced to 22 automatically.
Press the or button repeatedly to select bass setting. B: bass selection
(Example: to change Press the VOL + or VOL - "BASS 3") button to select the bass selection from "B1" to "B3". B1 to B3
" To adjust the bass response
Press the or button repeatedly to select "Hi".
To prevent accidental operation, the unit can be locked in its present condition using the Hold function. When in Hold, no buttons are active.
! To locate the desired portion
-Hold Function/Advanced Playback-
Press the HOLD button for 2 seconds or more. For audible fast forward: Hold Release Press and hold down the For audible fast reverse: Press and hold down the button during playback. button during playback.
If the battery is inserted or the AC adaptor is connected, you can set this function even when the power is turned off. To cancel the hold mode Press and hold down the HOLD button for 2 seconds or more whilst the unit is in the hold mode. "HOLD OFF" will be shown. If the hold function is active whilst the power is turned off, the power cannot be turned on by mistake and the battery will not be drained.
" Normal playback will resume when the or button is released. " When the end of the last track is reached during fast forward, the unit will enter the pause mode. When the beginning of the first track is reached during fast reverse, the unit will enter the playback mode.
! To locate the beginning of a track
To move to the beginning of the next track: Press the button during playback.
To restart the track being played: Press the button during playback.
Press the or button repeatedly to select the desired playback mode. RANDOM : Random play RANDOM REP : Repeat play of tracks in random order ALL REPEAT : Repeat play of all of the tracks 1Tr REPEAT : Repeat play of a single track NORMAL : Normal playback Press the MENU/ENTER button. The mode will be set automatically after 7 seconds even if the MENU/ENTER button is not pressed.
To locate the next track: Press the button whilst the unit is stopped. To locate the previous track: Press the button whilst the unit is stopped.
" To skip a number of tracks at one time, press the or button repeatedly until the desired track number is shown. " When you press the button, playback starts from the beginning of the track.
! Random play or repeat play
During playback, press the MENU/ENTER button. Press the or button repeatedly to select "PLAY MODE". Press the MENU/ENTER button.
Notes: " Complete the operation within 7 seconds whilst selecting the menus. " If the playback mode is selected whilst stopped, press the button to start playback. " When "TOC" is displayed, random play or repeat play is impossible. " In random play, the unit will select and play tracks automatically. (You cannot select the order of the tracks.) After all of the tracks are played once in random order, the unit will stop automatically. " During random, random repeat, or single track repeat play, you can forward or reverse the MiniDisc only within the track being played. " During random play, the unit cannot find the beginning of any track which has been played. " Repeat play lasts until you stop the unit.
! Long-play recording
2 times and 4 times long recording Double or quadruple time of stereo recording is possible. Monaural recording In monaural, you can record twice as long as the stereo recording.
Press the or button repeatedly to select the desired recording mode.
Stereo recording (SP)
2 times long recording (LP2)
Monaural recording (MONO)
4 times long recording (LP4)
When recording is paused, press the MENU/ENTER button. Press the or "REC MODE". button repeatedly to select
Press the MENU/ENTER button. The mode will be set automatically after 7 seconds even if the MENU/ENTER button is not pressed. Start recording.
" Complete the operation within 7 seconds whilst selecting the menus. " The recording mode remains unchanged until a new mode is selected.
Press the MENU/ENTER button.
LP2 LP4 MONO
2 times long (stereo) 4 times long (stereo) Monaural
MAX. 160 min. MAX. 320 min. MAX. 160 min.
! About ATRAC
The ATRAC (Adaptive TRansform Acoustic Coding) system compresses the sound data into 1/5 by cutting out the inaudible sound. Since the sound is selected based on psychoacoustics masking, the sound quality is not impaired. This unit is equipped with the ATRAC3 compressing system that can reduce the sound data to 1/10 or 1/20 of its original size. By employing this system, 2 times and 4 times long recordings are enabled in stereo mode.
! Caution for 4 times long recording (LP4)
Special compression methods are used to achieve 4 times long recording. This may cause some noise to be recorded occasionally. When the highest quality is required, stereo or LP2 recording is recommended.
Notes: " In monaural recording, the sound on the right and left channels is mixed even if the input source is in stereo. Although you can hear the stereo sound from the earphones, the recorded sound is monaural. " Tracks recorded in 2 times long recording and 4 times long recording modes cannot be played with the unit that does not support these modes. On such a unit, no sound is heard. (The operation may vary depending on the unit.) " Tracks recorded in monaural cannot be played if equipment do not support monaural playback.
! About the recording mode
You can select the recording mode from stereo recording, 2 times long recording, 4 times long recording, and monaural recording. Recordable time varies depending on the recording mode. If the tracks are recorded on an 80minute MiniDisc, its recording time changes as follows: Indication Recording mode Recording time
Advanced Recording (continued)
! Playback sound-actuated recording
Recording automatically starts or pauses by detecting sound from the stereo system (Synchronised recording).
Press the MENU/ENTER button. Select the recording mode (step 4, page 15) and press the MENU/ENTER button.
9 Press the MENU/ENTER button. 10Press the or button repeatedly
11Press the MENU/ENTER button.
-Advanced Recording" The BASS/SYNC button can be used instead of steps 9 - 11. " "SYNC" will flash. " To cancel the operation, press the :OFF/HOLD button. " The mode will be set automatically after 7 seconds even if the MENU/ENTER button is not pressed. Press the REC button. Begin playback on the stereo system connected to this portable MD. Press the or el (see page 9). button to adjust the recording lev-
12Begin playback on the stereo system.
Recording will begin automatically. To interrupt recording " When the stereo system is stopped, the unit will enter the synchro recording pause mode. When playback is resumed, recording will also resume. " If a silence lasts for 3 seconds or more, recording will be paused (pause function does not work for approximately 10 seconds after recording starts). When the unit receives sound again, recording automatically starts. " A new track number is created when recording resumes.
Press the PAUSE button on the stereo system to enter the playback pause mode. Select the starting point for your recording and press the PAUSE button. Press the MENU/ENTER button. Press the MODE". or button repeatedly to select "REC
! To start recording from the middle of a track
You can erase a portion of a track and make a new recording. All of the tracks that follow the newly recorded track will be erased.
During playback, press the button at the point where you want to begin recording. Press the REC button.
To cancel the operation, press the :OFF/HOLD button.
Press the MENU/ENTER button again. Press the MODE". or button repeatedly to select "REC
Press the MENU/ENTER button. Press the or button repeatedly to select the recording mode (step 4, page 15). Press the button. Recording will start.
" Complete the operation within 7 seconds whilst selecting the menus. " To keep a track after the point you want to make a new recording, move the track and then make recording after that point. (See "Editing a Recorded MiniDisc", page 29.)
Press the MENU/ENTER button. All of the tracks and track names will be erased, following the point where the playback is paused.
! To create your own track numbers
You can create your own track numbers at any point. Whilst recording, press the REC button at the point where you want to create track numbers. The track number will be increased by one. One track number will be added every time the REC button is pressed.
Note: Complete the operation within 7 seconds whilst selecting the menus.
9 To enter more letters, repeat steps 6 - 8. 10When the name is completely entered, press and
hold down the MENU/ENTER button for 2 seconds or more.
! To erase a character
Press the VOL + or VOL - button to move the cursor to the character you want to erase, and then press the BASS/SYNC button. You can also erase a character by selecting "DL" and pressing the MENU/ENTER button.
! To enter a space
" "TOC" will be displayed. To write the updated contents to the MiniDisc, press the :OFF/HOLD button. " You cannot remove the MiniDisc whilst "TOC" is displayed. "TOC" will not disappear until the recorded contents have been updated. Press the VOL+ button to move the cursor to the right.
Space Note: One disc name and up to 255 track names can be created per disc (a maximum of 100 characters for the disc and each track name and a total of 1,700 characters can be entered. However, if any tracks are recorded in the 2 times or 4 times long recording mode, the number of characters to be entered is decreased, since the information of the recording mode is stored by the track).
! Characters (symbols)
Numbers and symbols
(Delete) : erases a character. (Space) : indicates a space.
Titling a MiniDisc (continued)
! To add characters ! Stamping titles from another MiniDisc Before stamping
When there are 2 MiniDiscs on which the same tracks are recorded, you can transfer the character information (disc and track names) of the Master MiniDisc to another MiniDisc (for stamping). 1. What is a master MiniDisc?
Put the unit in the character input mode. (Perform steps 1 - 5 on page 23.) Press the VOL + or VOL - button to move the cursor to the character before which you want to add a new character.
Select the character to add. (Perform steps 6 - 8 on page 23.) Press and hold down the MENU/ENTER button for 2 seconds or more.
A recordable MiniDisc that contains tracks and character information. (You cannot transfer the information from a playback-only MiniDisc.)
2. What is a MiniDisc for stamping? A MiniDisc that contains the same tracks in the same order as the master MiniDisc. (Make sure that the total number of tracks of the master MiniDisc and the one for stamping are the same.)
" "TOC" will be displayed. To write the updated contents to the MiniDisc, press the :OFF/HOLD button. " You cannot remove the MiniDisc whilst "TOC" is displayed. "TOC" will not disappear until the recorded contents have been updated.
Master MiniDisc operation
Operation of the MiniDisc for stamping
Insert a master MiniDisc. Do not mistake the master MiniDisc for the target one. Whilst in the stop mode, press the MENU/ENTER button. Press the or button repeatedly to select "EDIT".
Load a MiniDisc for stamping.
10Press the MENU/ENTER button.
The unit will finish recording the character information and enter the stop mode.
Press the MENU/ENTER button. To cancel the operation, press the :OFF/HOLD button. Press the MENU/ENTER button.
Note: If the total number of tracks on the master MiniDisc does not match that on the MiniDisc for stamping, the unit will display "Can'tSTAMP" and turn off.
If this happens, adjust the total number of tracks on the newly recorded MiniDisc using the edit operation.
When the unit displays "CHANGE MD", remove the master MiniDisc. Remove it without turning off the power. Or, the operation will be cancelled.
Press the or button repeatedly to select "NAME STAMP".
Editing a Recorded MiniDisc
! To erase one track at a time ! To erase all of the tracks at once
-Editing a Recorded MiniDisc-
Start playing the track to be erased, and press the button. Press the MENU/ENTER button. Press the "EDIT". Press the "ERASE". or button repeatedly to select
Whilst in the stop mode, press the MENU/ENTER button. Press the "EDIT". or button repeatedly to select
Press the MENU/ENTER button. Press the or "ALL ERASE". button repeatedly to select
Press the MENU/ENTER button. or button repeatedly to select
Press the MENU/ENTER button. To cancel the operation, press the :OFF/HOLD button.
Press the MENU/ENTER button again.
Press the MENU/ENTER button again. The track will be erased. To erase other tracks, repeat steps 1 - 7. All of the tracks will be erased. Caution: Once a track has been erased, it cannot be recovered. Check the track number before erasing it.
! To divide a track
! To combine tracks
Start playing the track to be divided into two. Press the button at the point where you want to divide the track. Press the MENU/ENTER button. Press the "EDIT". Press the "DIVIDE". or button repeatedly to select
Start playing the latter of the two tracks to be combined, and press the button. Press the MENU/ENTER button. Press the "EDIT". Press the "COMBINE". or button repeatedly to select
Press the MENU/ENTER button again. The track will be divided into two tracks, and the unit will be paused at the beginning of the second of the two new tracks.
Press the MENU/ENTER button again. The two tracks will be combined, and the unit will be paused at the beginning of the combined track.
Editing a Recorded MiniDisc (continued)
! To move a track
Play the track to be moved, and press the ton. Press the MENU/ENTER button. Press the "EDIT". Press the "MOVE". or
button to select the direction.
When a track has a name before dividing: The two new tracks will have the same name. However, in the "TOC FULL" condition, the second track may not be named. Total number of tracks that can be divided: Each disc can hold up to 255 tracks. However, even if the number of assigned tracks has not reached 255, it might not be possible to make any further divisions of tracks. To combine two non-adjacent tracks: First, put the two tracks next to each other in the order you want using the MOVE function. Then combine them using the COMBINE function. When one or both tracks to be combined have a name: The first track name will be used. However, when the first track does not have a name, the second track name will be used. In the following cases, tracks may not be combined. " Tracks recorded by different input modes/sources cannot be combined. Example: Digital recorded track and analogue recorded track. Different recording modes (stereo recording, 2 times long recording, 4 times long recording, monaural recording). " Tracks whose recording time is less than 12 seconds.
Press the MENU/ENTER button again. The track will be moved, and the unit will be paused at the beginning of the track.
Changing Default Settings
Whilst in the stop mode.
! Beep sound
You can eliminate the confirmation sound that beeps when you press a button.
With a MiniDisc inserted, press the MENU/ENTER button for 2 seconds or more. "SET UP" will appear. When you release the button, "BEEP" will flash. Press the or button to select the menu.
! Auto play
You can make the unit not play automatically when you insert a playback-only MiniDisc or an accidental erasure protected MiniDisc.
Press the MENU/ENTER button to display the setting item. Press the or button to select the setting items.
! Auto power save
Press the MENU/ENTER button. MENU SETTING ITEM BEEP ON* BEEP OFF A-PLAY ON* A-PLAY OFF Beep Silent Set. Cancelled. Set. Cancelled. Setting retained. Cancelled.
What is auto power save function?
During playback, maximum 40 seconds (in stereo) of musical information is stored. Auto power save function automatically adjusts the storage time between 5 and 40 seconds to reduce the power consumption. If this function is cancelled, the storage time cannot be adjusted. " If this unit is used with the AC adaptor, the storage time will be 40 seconds regardless of the settings. " The storage time varies depending on the recording mode.
BEEP (Confirmation sound) AUTO PLAY (Auto play)
POWER SAVE (Auto power save)
! Digital recording level
"D.L MODE 1" The digital recording level you set will be kept even after cancelling recording. "D.L MODE 2" Every time you cancel recording, the level will return to [D.L 0dB].
D-LEVEL (Digital record- D.L MODE 1* ing level) D.L MODE 2 (*) indicates default setting.
-Changing Default Settings-
When the unit is used in a place exposed to much vibration, sound skipping can be decreased by cancelling the auto power save function. (Battery will drain faster.)
Listening through Another System
! Listening through a stereo system
To the LINE INPUT sockets White: To the left
! Listening through a car stereo
Separately available cassette adaptor (AD-CT14)
-Listening through Another System-
Red: To the right
Separately available car adaptor (AD-CA20X)
Notes: " It is recommended that the volume level of the MiniDisc unit be set to maximum when listening through a stereo system. " When recording with a stereo system, eliminate the confirmation sound (page 30). Otherwise, it will also be recorded. " The recording will be made in the analogue mode. " Character information will not be recorded.
Notes: " Adjust the volume of both this portable MD and a car stereo. " Do not operate this portable MD whilst you drive a car. It may distract your attention and cause a traffic accident. " Do not use any car adaptor except for the separately available AD-CA20X. " Remove the battery when you power the unit from the car battery.
! Resuming auto play
When you stop and then restart playback, without removing the disc, playback will resume from the point at which the disc was stopped. Once you remove the MiniDisc, playback starts from the first track.
First track Stopping Stopped track Playing
Many potential "problems" can be resolved by the owner without calling a service technician. If something seems to be wrong with this product, check the following before calling your authorised SHARP dealer or service centre. The unit does not turn on.
First track Playing
Stopping Stopped track
" Is the AC adaptor disconnected? " Is the battery exhausted? " Is the unit in the hold mode? " Is the unit being influenced by mechanical shock or by static electricity? No sound is heard from the earphones. " Is the volume set too low? " Are the earphones plugged in? " Are you trying to play a MiniDisc with data on it instead of a MiniDisc containing music? When the operation buttons are pressed, the unit does not respond. " Is the unit in the hold mode? " Is the battery exhausted? " Has condensation formed inside the unit?
Stopping First track Stopped track Playing
The unit provides the following functions when you use it with the separately available car adaptor (ADCA20X) (when the battery is removed): 1. When you turn off the engine, the power of this portable MD also turns off. (It may not work with some types of cars.) 2. When you restart the engine, playback starts from the beginning of the stopped track.
Some sounds are skipped. " Is the battery exhausted? " Is the unit being subjected to excessive vibration? The MiniDisc cannot be ejected. " Has the track number or character information been written on the disc yet? " Is the unit in the recording or editing mode?
! If trouble occurs
When this product is subjected to strong external interference (mechanical shock, excessive static electricity, abnormal supply voltage due to lightning, etc.) or if it is operated incorrectly, it may malfunction. If such a problem occurs, do the following: 1. Unplug the AC adaptor from the wall socket. 2. Remove the battery. 3. Leave the unit completely unpowered for approximately 30 seconds. 4. Plug the AC adaptor back into the wall socket and reoperate the unit.
Recording and editing are impossible. " Is the MiniDisc protected against accidental erasure? " Is the unit connected properly to the other equipment? " Is the AC adaptor unplugged or did a power failure occur whilst recording or editing? " Is the unit in the hold mode? " Is an optical signal being output from the stereo system? Read the operation manual for the stereo system.
6081 W L46010L Gemini 125 Duotone Head Synthex STR-DE310 SA-AK12 EWT10410W HF R106 Pcga-PRV1 ZWF1000 RD-6108 WF7522S8V Series AQV09FAN Dvbr-520HD HL-1230 SCE4420 EIW60000X Fishfinder 250C Abit AU10 Ryobi AP12 Spectra 1689 XA311 LE22A457c1C SL-HD505 CF29N3l26BM Travelmate-5310 Sni Spyro TX-29AL10P Pro-SLI LT2021 MP300 H3800 Pocket PC Control AAM6000UG-a1 TS4GMP650 Contour F3 Batteries M530 WEP700 KX-TH111S DCR-PC120E M198WA-BZ G550W Condensing Unit SR-S20NTD DT-585W Asko 7005 PAC700T Piper J-3 EW 300 Gigaset C1 K8N4-e SE GT4-12 EA3200 Digital Sony Rokr E1 GR-D73e-93E VGN-A617B Kxtca130EX IC-R20 Generation Commodore 64 Firefly Rev8 Review Samsung ST50 HB175 01 Benq V772 Digital CA-MXS5RMD And F60 SMH9187W 9600S 35T Plus Inkjet 2600 Roland FR-3 FS2700F Instruments FM7 TX-32LM70PA FTM-350R S1400 Astra 3450 FAV80850S KX-TG5431 Yamaha CS01 IC-02AT XLR-1 Jetaudio 5 FS-1118 Deskjet F350 SDX-550V RL38hcih 1230 FAX HDR-XR550E BH200- CO-V100 PS42C430a1 KV-HR36m90 Venture
manuel d'instructions, Guide de l'utilisateur | Manual de instrucciones, Instrucciones de uso | Bedienungsanleitung, Bedienungsanleitung | Manual de Instruções, guia do usuário | инструкция | návod na použitie, Užívateľská príručka, návod k použití | bruksanvisningen | instrukcja, podręcznik użytkownika | kullanım kılavuzu, Kullanım | kézikönyv, használati útmutató | manuale di istruzioni, istruzioni d'uso | handleiding, gebruikershandleiding
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101