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PORTABLE MINIDISC RECORDER MODEL
Thank you for purchasing this SHARP product. For the best performance, read this manual carefully. It will guide you in operating your SHARP product.

MD-MT866H

OPERATION MANUAL
If you require any advice or assistance regarding your Sharp product, please visit our web-site www.sharp.co.uk/support. Customers without internet access may telephone during office hours (or (01) if telephoning from Ireland).

Accessories

Remote Control x 1

Earphones x 1

AC Adaptor (RADPA8046AWZZ) x 1
Rechargeable Nickel-Metal Hydride Battery (AD-N55BT) x 1

Battery Charger x 1

Battery Carrying Case x 1
Connection Cable (for analogue recording) x 1
Connection Cable (for digital recording) x 1

Carrying Bag x 1

Battery Case x 1
Notes: q Parts and equipment mentioned in this operation manual other than those detailed above are not included. q The AC adaptor may be different from the one in the drawing.
Web-site: www.sharp.co.uk/support
Help Line: (office hours)

Contents

Important Introduction
Special Notes.. 4-5 Precautions.. 6 Names of Controls and Indicators. 7-9 Battery Charger... 10-11

Useful Features

Advanced Playback.. Advanced Recording. Recording from a Microphone. Checking Displays.. Changing Default Settings.. 26-27 28-32 33-35 36-37 38-39

DEUTSCH

Power Source
Using with the Rechargeable Battery.. 12-13 Using with the AC Adaptor.. 14 Using with the Alkaline Battery. 15

Advanced Features

Preparation
Hold Function.. 16 Inserting a MiniDisc.. 17 Connections... 18-19
Titling a MiniDisc.. 40-43 Editing a Recorded MiniDisc. 44-46 FRANAIS Listening to a MiniDisc Through a Stereo System or a Car Stereo.. 47

ESPAOL

References
SVENSKA Other Features and Caution. 48 MiniDisc System Limitations.. 49 Error Messages.. 50-51 ITALIANO Troubleshooting.. 52-53 Maintenance.. 53 NEDERLANDS Specifications.. 54-55

Basic Operation

Recording.. 20-23 Playback.. 24-25
TERMS OF GUARANTEE. Back cover

ENGLISH

Special Notes
Warnings NOTES FOR USERS IN THE U.K. AND IRELAND
q The supplied AC adaptor contains no user serviceable

Special Notes

SERVICE INFORMATION In the unlikely event of your equipment requiring repair, please contact the dealer or supplier from whom it was purchased. Where this is not possible, please visit our web-site www.sharp.co.uk/support. Customers without internet access may telephone during office hours (or (01) if telephoning from Ireland). Please note; all calls will be charged at local rate. Certain replacement parts and accessories may be obtained from our main parts distributor. WILLOW VALE ELECTRONICS LTD. 5414 In the unlikely event of this equipment requiring repair during the guarantee period, you will need to provide proof of the date of purchase to the repairing company. Please keep your invoice or receipt, which is supplied at the time of purchase.
parts. Never remove covers unless qualified to do so. It contains dangerous voltages, always remove mains plug from the main outlet socket before any service operation or when not in use for a long period. q The AC adaptor supplied with the MD-MT866H must not be used with other equipment. q To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose this appliance to dripping or splashing liquids. No objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus. q Never use an AC adaptor other than the one specified. Otherwise, problems or serious hazards may be created.

Cautions

q When recording important selections, make a prelimi-
nary test to ensure that the desired material is properly recorded. q SHARP is not liable for damage or loss of your recording arising from malfunction of this unit.
Special Notes : continued Special Notes
q At full volume, prolonged listening to a personal stereo q It is not recommendable to put the MiniDisc into a rear

FRANAIS

ESPAOL q Recording and playback of any material may require
consent, which SHARP is unable to give. Please refer particularly to the provisions of the Copyright Act 1956, SVENSKA the Dramatic and Musical Performers Protection Act 1958, the Performers Protection Acts 1963 and 1972 and to any subsequent statutory enactments and orders. ITALIANO q This equipment complies with the requirements of Directives 89/336/EEC and 73/23/EEC as amended by 93/68/EEC. NEDERLANDS q US and foreign patents licensed from Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation. q The letters in brackets contained in the model number ENGLISH indicate the colour of the product only. Operation and specifications are unaffected. Web-site: www.sharp.co.uk/support Help Line: (office hours)
may damage the users hearing. This model complies with the law if used with the correct earphones (model number RPHOH0176AFSA). If the earphones are damaged in any way, please order using the model number given above. q Use the Portable MiniDisc Recorder only in accordance with the instructions given in this manual and do not attempt to interfere with the interlock switch or make any other adjustment as this may result in exposure to hazardous radiation.
pocket, as this may damage the product when sitting.

Precautions

Important
q Do not wear your earphones when you are crossing

Storing the unit

Avoid using or leaving the unit in the following places. q Places exposed to direct sunlight for many hours (especially in cars with the doors and windows closed) or near heaters. (The cabinet may deform, change colour or the unit may malfunction.) q Places exposed to water. q Places exposed to excessive dust. q Places where temperatures are excessively high or low. q Places (bathrooms) where the humidity is extremely high.
q Places with strong magnetic

streets or near traffic.

q Do not use your earphones whilst

q q q q

driving a motor vehicle, it may create a traffic hazard and may be illegal. Remember to obey all of the safety rules in your area. Do not play the unit at a high volume. Hearing experts advise against extended listening at high volume levels. If you experience ringing in your ears, reduce the volume or discontinue use. No naked flame sources, such as lighted candles, should be placed on the apparatus. Attention should be drawn to the environmental aspects of battery disposal. The apparatus is designed for use in moderate climate.

Precautions

To avoid accidental electric shock or other possible problems, observe the precautions listed below. q Do not disassemble or modify the unit. q Do not drop or subject the unit to shock. q Do not use the unit near open flames. q Do not spill liquid on the unit. q Do not use an external power supply, other than the 5V DC supplied with this unit, as it may damage it. q SHARP is not responsible for damage due to improper use. Refer all servicing to a SHARP authorised service centre.
fields such as TVs or loudspeakers. q Places exposed to vibration.
q Places where sand can easily enter
the inside of the unit (beaches etc.).
q If the unit is used near radio tuners or TVs, noise and/or
picture interference may result. If you experience these problems, move the unit away from such devices.
Names of Controls and Indicators

Main unit

1. Volume/Cursor/Bass/Delete Left Shuttle Switch (24, 41) 2. Display/Character Select Button (36, 37, 40) 3. Stop/Power Off/Hold Button (16, 20, 24, 38) 4. Rechargeable Battery Cover (12) 5. Mode Button (27, 29, 38) DEUTSCH 6. Edit/Auto Mark/Time Mark Button (31, 35, 40-46) 7. Enter/Fast Play/Synchro/Fast Forward/Fast ReFRANAIS verse/Recording Level/Name Select Right Shuttle Switch (20, 26-28, 38-46) 8. Handstrap Holder ESPAOL 9. Record/Track Mark Button (20, 31) 10. Play/Pause Button (20, 24) SVENSKA 11. Optical/Line Input Socket (18, 19) 12. Microphone Input Socket (33) 13. Remote Control/Earphones/Line Output Socket ITALIANO (24) 14. Open Lever (17) NEDERLANDS
Names of Controls and Indicators
Names of Controls and Indicators (continued)
Main unit display panel Names of Controls and Indicators
01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. 09. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17.
Level Meter Monaural Long-Play Mode Indicator Record Indicator Synchro Recording Indicator Disc Mode Indicator Disc Name Indicator Track Name Indicator Remaining Recording Time Indicator Total Track Number Indicator Fast Play Indicator Repeat Indicator TOC Indicator Battery Indicator Random Indicator Track Number Indicator Character/Time Information Indicator LCD Edge Light Lights around the LCD show the operating condition. Flashes slowly. Flashes quickly. Flashes once slowly every 3 seconds. Flashes twice slowly every 5 seconds. Flashes Reading : Flashes Writing : Flashes quickly
Charging Refresh Playback Recording Fast forward and reverse TOC
Names of Controls and Indicators : continued

Remote control unit

Remote control display panel
01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. 09.
Record Indicator Track Number Indicator Disc Mode Indicator Character/Time Information Indicator Random Indicator Synchro Recording Indicator Total Track Number Indicator Battery Indicator Repeat Indicator

SVENSKA

ITALIANO

NEDERLANDS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.
Earphones Socket (24) Fast Forward/Fast Reverse Button Display Button Play Mode Button (27) Sound/Track Mark Button (25, 31) Stop/Power Off Button (22, 25) Play/Pause Button Volume Button Hold Switch (16)

Battery Charger

There are two different ways to use the battery charger one is to use it as a normal battery charger, the other is to use it with an AC adapter by attaching the portable MD to the battery charger.

Setting

Battery Charger

Face the top toward you.

CHAR GE

Charge mode

CHAR GE OPER ATIO N

OPER ATIO N

1. Remote Control Holder (11) (You can hang the remote control on it.) 2. Lock Detector 3. Hook For Fixing The Main Unit 4. Charge/Operation Switch (10, 11) 5. Stand 6. AC Adaptor Connecting Socket (18, 19) Web-site: www.sharp.co.uk/support
Caution: q Before setting the portable MD to the battery charger, make sure the battery charger is in charge mode (CHARGE). If you insert the portable MD by force whilst in operation mode (OPERATION), the hook for fixing the portable MD may break. q Operating whilst in charge mode, CHARGEmode will appear and no operation is possible.
About the Battery Charger : continued
How to use the Charge / Operation switch
Charge For charging mode (RELEASE) Move it to charge mode (see Using with the Rechargeable Battery page 12). Operation mode (LOCK) For operations Move it to operation mode when playing back or recording (see Using with the AC Adaptor page 14).
Setting the battery charger and hanging the remote control.
When the remote control is not used, hang it on the holder for your convenience.

Removing

For use with the AC adaptor.
When using the unit with AC adaptor, use it horizontally.SVENSKA Do not stand the unit.

Charge

mode (RELEASE)
q Move the Charge / Operation switch to charge mode.
Using with the Rechargeable Battery
Charging Using with the Rechargeable Battery
Do not force the battery cover open too far.
When the rechargeable battery is used for the first time or when you want to use it after a long period of disuse, be sure to charge it fully.
Insert the rechargeable battery. Move the Charge/Operation switch to charge mode. Place the portable MD into the battery charger and connect the AC adaptor.
q After the rechargeable battery is charged or used, it will get
slightly warm. This is normal.
q When the portable MD is turned on or operating, the battery
will not be charged. AC 230-240V 50/60Hz

To the DC IN 5V socket

About Power Source : continued
About the liquid crystal display (LCD)
The condition of the portable MD will be shown on the LCD when inserting it into the battery charger. Display Conditions

q Charging.

About charging time
After about 3.5 hours have passed, will go out.
Notes: q This portable MD should only be used within the range of 0C - 40C (32F - 104F). q Charge the battery within the range of 5C - 35C (41F - 95F). q The unit can be left in the charging state after it is comDEUTSCH pleted. q If the MiniDisc unit is not to be used for some time, remove the battery. (The battery drains gradually even FRANAIS when the power is turned off.) q Carry the battery in the supplied case.

Scrolling

q The charging is complete. q When the portable MD is not in-

Turns off

serted correctly to the battery charger, or Rechargeable terminal is dirty, it may not be possible to charge the battery. (Wipe the terminal by cotton swab.)
q Refreshing (see page 38).
The unit checks and, if necessary, discharge the rechargeable battery to recharge it automatically. (At this time battery indicator is flashing.)
ESPAOL Caution: q Use the specified battery AD-N55BT only. Do not charge a battery (nickel-cadmium, alkaline, etc.) other than that SVENSKA specified. q Do not remove the outer cover of the rechargeable battery. It may cause heat genITALIANO eration, fire, or explosion. q Do not dip the battery in water, do not dispose of it in a fire, and do not take it apart. NEDERLANDS q If the rechargeable battery terminal is dirty, charging may not start. In such a case, wipe off the dirt with a dry cloth. q Do not disassemble the battery. ENGLISH
Using with the Rechargeable Battery
Using with the AC Adaptor
Using with the AC Adaptor
Place the portable MD to the battery charger. Move the Charge/Operation switch to operation mode. Plug the AC adaptor.

Operation mode

Caution: q If the Charge/Operation switch is not set to operation mode, no operation is possible. (See How to use the Charge/Operation switch, page 11) q When the unit is not in use for extended periods, remove the AC adaptor from the wall socket. q Insert the plugs firmly. Note: When power failure occurs whilst playing back using the AC adaptor, disconnect the adaptor from the outlet. Otherwise, playback may start automatically when the power returns. AC 230-240V 50/60Hz
Using with the Alkaline Battery

2 Open

Use one commercially available alkaline battery (LR6, AA size). When using the alkaline batteries, make sure the rechargeable battery is inserted.

1 Press

Open the case cover.
Insert a alkaline battery into the batteryDEUTSCH case. Attach the battery case to the portable MD.

Back of the portable MD

ESPAOL Caution: q Do not use rechargeable batteries (nickel-cadmium battery etc.) in the battery case. SVENSKA
ENGLISH RELEASE LOCK Web-site: www.sharp.co.uk/support Help Line: (office hours)
Using with the Alkaline Battery

Hold Function

The present operation condition can be kept even if other buttons are accidentally pressed in a place such as a crowded train.
Main unit Remote control unit

Hold Function

Press the s / :OFF button for 2 seconds or more.
Move the HOLD switch to the safety position (direction indicated by the arrow).

Orange mark

Release
q If the alkaline batteries are inserted or the AC adaptor
is connected, you can set this function even when the power is turned off.
To cancel the hold mode: Move the HOLD switch away from the safety position (the opposite direction of the arrow). q 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.

To cancel the hold mode

Press and hold down for 2 seconds or more whilst the unit is in the hold mode. q HOLD OFF will be shown

Inserting a MiniDisc

Slide the OPEN lever to release the compartment door. Lift it up. Insert a MiniDisc as shown. Close the compartment door.
Notes: q Do not place the MiniDisc under the holder.
When you record on a MiniDisc, check that the Check that the erase-protectionis erase prevention tab Recordable Recording the recordable position. tab is in set to the recordable prevented position.
q 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. q The lid can not be opened if TOC is displayed refer to the instruction on page 22. Help Line: (office hours)

Inserting a MiniDisc

Connections
You can record your favorite CDs or tapes to an MD.
To connect to a stereo system with AUDIO OUT or LINE OUT sockets
AC 230-240V 50/60Hz To the DC IN 5V socket

Connections

To the wall socket
White : To Left Red : To Right
To the OPTICAL/ LINE IN socket

AUDIO OUT

location.

Recordable

Recording prevented

To add a recording to such a MiniDisc, slide the accidental erase prevention tab back to its original position.

existing one.

q If the label peels off or partially lifts

Playback

Before Playing back
Cancel the hold mode. The portable MD does not work whilst in hold mode. Remote control unit Main unit Release

Playback

Right channel

Left channel

To the
socket Help Line: (office hours)

Playback : continued

Insert the earphones plug firmly into the earphones socket on the remote control unit. Plug the remote control into the on the unit. Insert a MiniDisc (page 17). Press the 06 button.
q Playback starts automatically with a playback only

Volume control

Move the left shuttle switch to VOL+ to increase the volume and the left shuttle switch to VOL to decrease the volume.

socket

Volume (0 - 30)

Bass control

Each time the left shuttle switch is pressed toward BASS (Remote control: the SOUND button is pressed), the tone will be switched as follows.
BASS 1 BASS 2 BASS 3 BASS OFF Emphasised slightly Emphasised more Emphasised fully Cancelled
MiniDisc or a MiniDisc which is protected against accidental erasure (Auto-play function).
To interrupt playback Press the 06 button.
q To resume playback, press the 06 button again.
To stop playback Press the s / :OFF button.
q If the unit is not operated for at least 2 minutes whilst in the stop mode, the power will shut off automatically.
To turn off the power Press the s / :OFF button whilst in the stop mode.
Notes: q If power failure occurs whilst playing a disc using the AC adaptor, disconnect it from the wall socket. Otherwise, playback may start automatically when electricity resumes. q If you connect the AC adaptor without installing the rechargeable battery, playback may start automatically. Be sure to turn off the power. q 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. q The sound escaping from your earphones may annoy people around you. In particularly crowded places (such as on trains or buses), reduce the volume. Help Line: (office hours)

Advanced Playback

To locate the beginning of a track
To move to the beginning of the next track: Move the right shuttle switch to 4 during playback.

Advanced Playback

To re-start the track being played: Move the right shuttle switch to 5 during playback. To locate the next track: Move the right shuttle switch to 4 whilst the unit is stopped.
To locate the desired portion

button is pressed.

q The SOUND button on the remote control can also be
used to create track numbers.
Note: q When making digital recordings using a CD player or an MiniDisc player, track numbers will be created automatically regardless of the setting of the auto marker function.

About track numbers

1. Track numbers are created automatically during recording via the analogue connection when a silence of 1 second or more is detected (Auto marker function). A series of tracks can be recorded as one by disabling the auto marker function see page 31. About 1 second
q When recording, if a programmed playback is performed
by the source or playback is performed by selecting tracks manually, the MiniDisc track numbers may not be the same as on the source. q Track numbers may not be created properly, depending on the connected stereo system.

Silence

First track Second track
About sampling rate converter
This portable MD incorporates a sampling rate converter meaning it can record from digital radios or DAT tape recorders.
2. When recording from a CD or a MiniDisc using the digital connection, track numbers will be created at the same points as on the CD or MiniDisc (Synchro marker function).
First track Second track Third track

Playback side

Note for digital recording
You can not copy a MiniDisc that you recorded from digital inputs to another MiniDisc or DAT. It is prevented by the SCMS (Serial Copy Management System). Recording from analogue inputs is not affected. Digital signals Digitally recorded MiniDisc Cannot record

Track A

Track B

Track C

Recording side
q Track numbers may not be created in proper places,
depending on the source to be recorded from, such as signals with noise. q The track numbers on the playback side may not match the track numbers recorded on the MiniDisc.
CD player, MiniDisc player, etc. Digital connection

Digital connection

Recording from a Microphone
To record from a microphone
Connect a stereo microphone to the MIC IN socket. Insert a recordable MiniDisc (page 17). Press the REC button. Move the right shuttle switch to 5 or 4 to adjust the recording level.

To the MIC IN socket

To interrupt a recording Press the 06 button whilst recording.
q To resume recording, press the 06 button again.
Stereo microphone (commercially available)
The track number will be increased by one each time you interrupt a recording.

Track Track number 3 number 4

Track number 5

q The interval between marks may vary slightly com-

2 minutes

5 minutes 1 minute
pared with the actual recording time.
Track numbers will be created automatically at regular intervals.
Creating track numbers manually Press the REC button whilst recording.
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Track number 1

Track number 2

Track number 3

Track number 4

Checking Displays

To check the elapsed time and remaining time of the track
During playback, press the DISP button.
Each time the button is pressed, the display will change as follows:
To check the remaining recording time and the total playing time
Whilst in the stop mode, press the DISP button.
Each time the button is pressed, the display will change as follows: Total number of tracks Disc name

Checking Displays

Track number Track name

Elapsed playback time

Remaining recording time
Remaining playback time Notes: q If the disc name or the track name was not originally recorded on the MiniDisc, NO NAME will be displayed. q Remaining recording time will not be displayed with a playback only MiniDisc. q Elapsed playback time and remaining playback time may be different from the actual time. Web-site: www.sharp.co.uk/support Help Line: (office hours)

Total playing time

Checking Displays : continued
To display the playing time of an individual track Checking the remaining amount of battery level
The remaining amount of battery level is shown by the battery indicator ( ) during operation.
When the battery level is high
When the battery level is very low
q When the battery is completely discharged, the battery
Press the DISP button to display the playing time for that track.
Playing time q Each time the right shuttle switch to 5 or 4 is moved, the playing time of the previous or next track will be displayed.
indicator will flash. Recharge the battery or replace the alkaline battery with a new one. q When the battery has run completely out, BATT EMPTY (LoBATT) will appear. Then, the power will be disconnected automatically. Notes: q If you use the battery which you stopped charging half may appear. It does not mean that the batway, tery is completely charged. q The battery indicator will not correctly display the remaining capacity for approximately 10 seconds after the power has been turned on. q When the AC adaptor or a separately available car adaptor is used, the battery indicator will not be shown. q The number of bars shown in the battery indicator may increase or decrease, depending on the operation being performed. This is normal. Help Line: (office hours)

Whilst in the stop mode, move the right shuttle switch to 5 or 4 to display the track number and track name.
How to read the battery indicator
Changing Default Settings

Whilst in the stop mode.

Changing Default Settings
MENU BEEP ON confirmation sound EL ON display backlight
SETTING ITEM BEEP ON* BEEP OFF Beep Silent
With a MiniDisc inserted, press the MODE button for 2 seconds or more. SET UP will appear.
q When you release the button, BEEP ON or BEEP

OFF will appear.

Move the right shuttle switch to 5 or 4 to display the menu.
EL ON 1* EL ON 2 EL OFF A-PLAY ON* A-PLAY OFF AUTO Psave* Psave OFF D.L MODE 1* D.L MODE 2
Turn on Turn on Turn off Setting Cancelled Setting Cancelled Setting keep Cancelled
A-PLAY ON auto play AUTO Psave auto power save D.L MODE 1 digital recording level RFRESH ON refresh LIGHT ON LCD edge light
Press the MODE button to switch items.
Press the s / :OFF button.
RFRESH ON* RFRESH OFF LIGHT ON* LIGHT OFF
Setting Cancelled Setting Cancelled
(*) indicates default setting.

Beep sound

You can eliminate the confirmation sound that beeps when you press a button.

Digital recording level

D.L MODE 1 The digital recording level you set will be kept even after canceling recording. D.L MODE 2 Every time you cancel recording, the level will return to [ D.L 0dB ].
Display backlight on the remote control
EL ON 1 When any button is pressed, the backlight will remain lit for about 10 seconds. EL ON 2 When the rechargeable battery, alkaline battery or car adaptor is used, the backlight will remain lit for about 10 seconds. When the battery charger is used and the power is turned on, the backlight will always be lit. EL OFF Light will not be turned on.

Refresh

If you charge the battery before it runs out completely, the operating time may be shortened. To avoid this, the battery will be discharged and refreshed automatically. You can cancel this function.

LCD edge light

Whilst in [ LIGHT ON ] mode, LCD edge lights flash according to the function. What is auto power save function?
Auto power save function automatically adjusts the sound skip memory storage to be from 5 to10 seconds depending on playback conditions, this saves battery power. If the MiniDisc unit is used in areas of much vibration it may be necessary to fix the sound skip memory to 10 seconds Psave OFF (PS off) this will improve performance under difficult conditions but uses more power. (When the AC/car adaptor is used the 10 second mode is always used.) Help Line: (office hours)

To enter a space

Move the left shuttle switch to VOL + to move the cursor to the right.
Select the character to add. (Perform steps 3 - 4 on page 40.)

Characters (symbols)

Capital letters

A B C D E F G H

Lower-case letters

K L M N , /

O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z. a o b c r d s e t 5 f u g h i j y 0 / k l z. ! : " ;

p q 1 2

v w x .

m n , / # < $ =

Press the EDIT button.

Numbers and symbols

% & ' > ? @ _

: indicates a space.

displayed. TOC will not disappear until the recorded contents have been updated. Web-site: www.sharp.co.uk/support Help Line: (office hours)
Titling a MiniDisc (continued)
Stamping titles from another MiniDisc

Before stamping

Master MiniDisc operation
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).
Insert a Master MiniDisc.
q Do not mistake the Master
MiniDisc for the target one.
q If you turn off the unit after
1. What is a master MiniDisc?
A recordable MiniDisc that contains tracks and character information. (You can not transfer the information from a playback only MiniDisc.)
inserting the master MD, the operation from step 2 may not allow the unit to stamp the titles correctly.
Whilst in the stop mode, press the EDIT button repeatedly to select NAME STAMP.
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.)
When the unit displays CHANGE MD, remove the master MiniDisc.
q Remove it without turning off the power. Or, the
Notes: q If the total number of tracks on the master MiniDisc does not match that on the MiniDisc for stamping, the unit will display Can't STAMP and turn off the power.
operation will be cancelled.
Operation of the MiniDisc for stamping
Load a MiniDisc for stamping.
q The unit will finish recording the character infor-
mation and enter the stop mode. Web-site: www.sharp.co.uk/support Help Line: (office hours)
If this happens, adjust the total number of tracks on the newly recorded MiniDisc using the edit operation. q Use a MiniDisc that was recorded by this portable MD to make a MiniDisc for stamping. Character information may not be transferred if you use a MiniDisc recorded by other equipment. In such a case, enter at least one character for the disc name or the track names. You can transfer information once you record the TOC.

Editing a Recorded MiniDisc
To erase tracks one at a time To erase all of the tracks at once
1 Start playing the track to be erased, and

press the 06 button.

1 Whilst in the stop mode, press the EDIT button repeatedly to select ALL ERASE.
Editing a Recorded MiniDisc
2 Press the EDIT button repeatedly to select

ERASE.

2 Press 3 Press
the right shuttle switch toward ENTER/SYNC.

3 Press

the right shuttle switch toward ENTER/SYNC again.

4 Press

q All of the tracks will be erased.
q The track will be erased.
5 To erase other tracks, repeat steps 1 - 4.
Caution: Once a track has been erased, it can not be recovered. Check the track number before erasing it.
Editing a recorded MiniDisc : continued
To divide a track To combine tracks
1 Start playing the track to be divided into
two. Press the 06 button at the point where you want to divide the track.
1 Start playing the last of the two tracks to
be combined, and press the 06 button. COMBINE.

DIVIDE.

3 Press the right shuttle switch toward

ENTER/SYNC.

q To cancel the operation, press the s / :OFF button. q To cancel the operation, press the s / :OFF button.
4 Press the right shuttle switch toward

ENTER/SYNC again.

q The two tracks will be combined, and the unit will q The track will be divided into two tracks, and the
be paused at the beginning of the combined track.
unit will pause at the beginning of the second of the two new tracks. Web-site: www.sharp.co.uk/support Help Line: (office hours)
Editing a Recorded MiniDisc (continued)

To move a track

5 Press
1 Play the track to be moved, and press the

06 button. MOVE.

2 Press the EDIT button repeatedly to select 3 Press
q The track will be moved, and the unit will be paused
at the beginning of the track. When a track has a name before dividing: q 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: q Each disc can hold up to 255 tracks. However, even if the number of assigned tracks has not reached 254, it might not be possible to make any further divisions of tracks. To combine two non-adjacent tracks: q 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: q 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: q Tracks recorded by different inputs cannot be combined. Example: - Digital recorded track and analogue recorded track. - Long play recorded track and stereo recorded track. q Tracks whose recording time is less than 12 seconds.

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