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Stereo Cassette Deck

Operating Instructions

TC-WE835S TC-WE635

1999 by Sony Corporation

Warning
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture.

INFORMATION

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

Welcome!

Thank you for purchasing the Sony Stereo Cassette Deck. Before operating the unit, please read this manual thoroughly and retain it for future reference.

About This Manual

The instructions in this manual are for models TC-WE835S and WE635. Check your model number by looking at the rear panel of your tape deck. In this manual, the TC-WE835S is the model used for illustration purposes. Any difference in operation is clearly indicated in the text, for example, TC-WE835S only.
NOTICE FOR THE CUSTOMERS IN THE U.S.A.
Differences between the models
The two models covered by this manual differ with respect to the features shown in the table below. Check the table to verify whether the features are available on your tape deck before you start operating it.
This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the products enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.

Model WE835S Feature

High-speed Fast-forwarding and Rewinding Dolby S

CAUTION

This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance. You are cautioned that any changes or modification not expressly approved in this manual could void your authority to operate this equipment.

The power switch

The power switch is different, depending on the model and the place you purchased the tape deck.

Owners Record

The model and serial numbers are located on the rear panel of the unit. Record the serial number in the space provided below. Refer to them whenever you call upon your Sony dealer regarding this product. Model No. ___________ Serial No. ___________
NOTICE FOR THE CUSTOMERS IN CANADA CAUTION
TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT USE THIS POLARIZED AC PLUG WITH AN EXTENSION CORD, RECEPTACLE OR OTHER OUTLET UNLESS THE BLADES CAN BE FULLY INSERTED TO PREVENT BLADE EXPOSURE.

Where purchased

U.S.A. and Canada Other countries

1/u* U

* U for the TC-WE635 U.S.A. and Canadian models.

Convention

Instructions in this manual describe the controls on the cassette deck. You can also use the controls on the optional remote (supplied for TCWE835S U.S.A. model only) if they have the same or similar names as those on the deck. The following icons are used in this manual:

Z of the remote.

Indicates a task that requires use
Indicates hints and tips for making the task easier.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

For information on connections through the CONTROL A1 connectors, refer to the pamphlet included with this manual.
Setting the voltage selector (only on models supplied with a voltage selector)

Hooking Up the System

This section describes how to hook up the tape deck to an amplifier or a CD player equipped with CONTROL A1 connectors. Be sure to turn off the power of each component before making the connections.

Tape deck

Check that the voltage selector on the rear panel of the tape deck is set to the local power line voltage. If not, set the selector to the correct position using a screwdriver before connecting the AC power cord to an AC outlet.

VOLTAGE 220V

230 240V

TAPE IN

to an AC outlet
Connecting the AC power cord
Connect the AC power cord to an AC outlet.

REC OUT

Amplifier

Where do I go next?

to a wall outlet

CONTROL A1

Now youre ready to use your tape deck. For basic operations, go to pages 5 to 7; for advanced operations, go to the sections starting from page 8.

CD player : Signal flow

Basic Operations

Playing a Tape 4

RESET MEMORY

A COUNTER B

MEMORY

AUTO REC LEVEL

AUTO CAL ( START P ) CHECK DISPLAY DECK A DECK B
DUBBING AnB A+B REC HIGH/NORMAL

DIRECTION MODE

A a RELAY

RMS/START

RMS + 0 (AMS)

ON OFF

START (DECK B P)

0 (AMS)

SYNCHRO

PITCH CONTROL

REC REC MUTING
OFF DOLBY NR ON ON FILTER B C

PAUSE REC MUTING

PHONES
See page 4 for hookup information. You can use either deck for playback.
Turn on the amplifier and select the tape deck position. Press U (or 1/u), and press fully to open the cassette holder, then insert a cassette.
With the side you want to play facing you
To adjust the pitch (Pitch Control function)

ON OFF ROL

Set DIRECTION MODE.

To play back

One side only Both sides continuously* Both decks in succession*
Push in the PITCH CONTROL button to activate the Pitch Control function and turn the control clockwise to raise the pitch or counterclockwise to lower it. You can adjust the pitch during playback on deck A or normal-speed dubbing (but not during RMS play or RMS dubbing).

Set to

* The deck automatically stops after playing back five times.
Press. The deck starts playing. Adjust the volume on the amplifier. Do not press U (or 1/u) or while the tape deck is operating. If you do so, the tape may be damaged.
To play a tape recorded with the Dolby* NR
Set DOLBY NR to ON and select the same position that the tape was recorded inB, C, or S (TC-WE835S only).
Stop playing Start playback from the reverse side Pause Fast-forward or rewind
p PAUSE P. Press the button again to resume play. ) or 0 when the deck is stopped ) or 0 again during fast-forwarding or rewinding after stopping playing
You can connect the headphones to the PHONES jack
* DOLBY, the double-D symbol a and HX Pro are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation.
Increase the tape fast-forward or rewind speed (High-speed Fast-forwarding and Rewinding functions) (TC-WE835S only) Take out the cassette

Recording on a Tape

RESET MEMORY RMS AUTO CAL ( START P ) CHECK DISPLAY DECK A DECK B DUBBING AnB A+B REC HIGH/NORMAL RMS/START SET
See page 4 for hookup information. You can use either deck for recording. See Dubbing a Tape (page 13) to make a copy of the tape.
Turn on the amplifier and play the program source you want to record. Press U (or 1/u), and press fully to open the cassette holder, then insert a cassette.
With the side you want to record facing you
To check the approximate remaining time on a tape (TC-WE835S only)
1 Locate the end of the recorded portion on the tape and press RESET for the deck youre using to reset the tape counter to 0.00. 2 Press ) to fast-forward the tape to its end. The tape counter shows the approximate remaining time.

To record on

Only one side Both sides*
* Recording stops when the tape reaches the end of reverse side.
Press REC r. lights up for recording on the side facing you. If it doesnt, press once. The tape deck automatically adjusts the recording level (see page 12). After the AUTO indicator lights up continuously, stop playing the program source. If you wish to adjust the recording level manually, see To adjust the recording level manually on page 7. Do not press U (or 1/u) or while the tape deck is operating. If you do so, the tape may be damaged.

Since the counter is not a digital clock, the displayed value will differ slightly from the actual elapsed recording or playing time.
To protect recordings against accidental erasure
Break out the record-protect tab(s) (see page 18).
Press PAUSE P or. Recording starts. Start playing the program source.

p twice in Step 5

Stop recording Start recording from the reverse side Pause Take out the cassette
PAUSE P. Press the button again to resume recording. after stopping recording
The Dolby HX Pro* automatically works during recording
Distortion and noise in the high-frequency response are reduced to produce highquality sound that can be enjoyed even during playback on other tape decks.
Use the following selectors and control to perform additional operations

RMS ET CHECK DISPLAY

AUTO CAL ( START P ) DECK A DECK B

RMS +

TING REC

DOLBY NR

REC LEVEL
To record with the Dolby NR
Set DOLBY NR to ON, and select B, C, or S (TC-WE835S only) before you start recording.
To record FM broadcasts with the Dolby NR
Even after adjusting the recording level, distortion may occur depending on the source that youre recording from. If this happens, turn REC LEVEL counterclockwise to lower the level. * HX Pro headroom extension originated by Bang & Olufsen and manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation. DOLBY, the double-D symbol a and HX Pro are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation.
If the FM reception is unsatisfactory, set DOLBY NR to ON FILTER (multiplex filter) (see page 22).
To adjust the recording level manually
After pressing REC r in Step 4 on page 6, turn REC LEVEL so that the peak level meters reach the recommended level for the corresponding tape type. After completing the adjustments, stop playing the program source, then continue the procedure from Step 5.

dB 30 20

For type I or type II tape For type IV tape
Advanced Playback Operations
Locating a Track (Multi-AMS/ Auto Play/Memory Play)
You can locate the following/previous tracks within a range of 30 tracks (Multi-AMS: Automatic Music Sensor) or the beginning of a tape quickly (Auto Play). You can even locate a specific point anywhere on a tape (Memory Play).
RESET MEMORY RESET MEMORY
The Multi-AMS function may not work correctly if: the blank space between tracks is less than 4 seconds long. there is a passage of low frequencies or very low volume within a track. the signal strength of the left and right channels are very different. The Multi-AMS function is inoperative on a deck whenever the other deck is playing, recording (except during dubbing), or in pause. Even if the DIRECTION MODE selector is set to a, the deck stops when the current side reaches the end during Multi-AMS operation. The tape counters are reset to 0.00 (TC-WE835S only) or to 0000 (TC-WE635 only) when you turn off the tape deck.

Check the direction indicator of the deck you use. When you locate a track on the reverse side (when lights up), press the button(s) in the parentheses.

To locate

The beginning of the next or succeeding tracks (Multi-AMS) The beginning of the current track (Multi-AMS) The beginning of the preceding tracks (Multi-AMS)
) (or 0) as many times as you want during playback. For example, to locate 2 tracks ahead, press twice. 0 (or )) once during playback.
0 (or )) as many times as you want during playback. For example, to locate 2 tracks behind, press three times.
The beginning of a tape MEMORY on the deck being used (Auto Play) repeatedly until M disappears in the display. Then press 0 (or )) while holding down (or ). A particular point on a tape (Memory Play) MEMORY on the deck being used repeatedly until M appears in the display. Find the point you want, then press RESET to reset the tape counter and to memorize the point. To locate the memorized point and start playback, press 0 (or )) while holding down (or ). (Press 0 or ) to stop at 0.00 (TC-WE835S only) or at 0000 (TCWE635 only). )
Creating Your Own Program (RMS Play)
By creating a program, you can play back tracks on deck A in any order that you want. The Random Music Sensor (RMS) function lets you create a program of up to 28 tracks, from the 1st to the 14th tracks on each side of the tape.
RMS buttons (RMS/START, SET, CHECK, DISPLAY)
Repeat Steps 2 to 4 to program more tracks. If FULL appears in the display
This means that youve already programmed 28 tracks and cant program any more.
Press RMS/START to start RMS Play. The peak level meters appear in the display.

To stop RMS Play

Press p (CLEAR) once. The RMS program still remains.

To cancel RMS Play

0 ) 0 )
Press p (CLEAR) repeatedly until the peak level meters appear in the display or eject the tape in deck A. When RMS Play is canceled, the RMS program is automatically erased.
Press RMS/START. RMS and a flashing cursor appear in the display. Press (BACK) or (FRONT) to select the side of the tape. or appears in the display. Press 0 or ) repeatedly until the track number you want appears in the display.

To alternate between the RMS and peak level meter displays

Press DISPLAY.

You can play the program again after RMS Play ends

Press RMS/START.

During RMS Play, you can only use the CHECK, DISPLAY, and p buttons on deck A, and the p, 0, and ) buttons on deck B. The RMS function may not work properly if a blank space between tracks is short. If there is a long blank space between tracks, the deck may fast-forward a portion of the blank space. If your program includes a number for a track that does not exist, the deck will skip that number during RMS Play.

FRONT RMS BACK

Side of the cassette Track number
Press SET to store your selection. To program the same track again, press SET once more.
Checking the order of tracks in the program
Press CHECK. Each time you press this button, the display shows the track numbers in the order they were programmed. After the last track in the program, End appears in the display.
Track number Order on the program

(Continued)

Adding tracks to the end of a program
Press p (CLEAR) once, and follow Steps 2 to 5 in Creating Your Own Program (RMS Play) on page 9.
To create another program
Press p (CLEAR) until the order on the program returns to 0 and the cursor flashes above track number 1 in the display, then follow Steps 2 to 5 on page 9.
You can use your Sony remote to perform RMS programming
If your Sony stereo receivers remote has RMS buttons, do the following steps. 1 Turn on the receiver and press TAPE. 2 Press RMS/START. 3 Press or to select the front or reverse side of the tape, and the number keys and the >10 key to specify the tracks. 4 Press RMS/START again to start RMS Play.
For more information on the availability of Sony stereo receiver remotes with RMS capability, contact your nearest Sony dealer.
Adjusting Bias and Recording Level Calibration Automatically
Since there are many different types of cassettes on the market, your tape deck automatically sets the appropriate equalization characteristics and bias current for each tape type (ATS: Automatic Tape Selection). However, you can get better recording results by doing the automatic bias current and the recording level calibration.

/ DECK A/DECK B

Press PAUSE P. The automatic calibration procedure starts (i.e., recording test tones, rewinding, and playing back). During the calibration, the counter changes from 9 to 0.

CA. L9

When the automatic calibration procedure ends, the tape rewinds to the original position, the counter returns to normal and the tape deck stops.

Start the actual recording (see page 6).
To cancel the Automatic Calibration function
Press p on the deck youre using.
If A or B flashes continuously

PAUSE P /

Insert the cassette you want to record on into either deck. Make sure the record-protect tabs on the cassette have not been removed. Press DECK A or DECK B until CAL appears in the display. Press or to select the side of the tape to be recorded. To select
The front side The reverse side
The automatic calibration procedure has been interrupted by: The end of the tape. Reverse the tape direction or rewind the tape to a new position that allows recording of the test tone. Damaged tape or dirty heads. Change the cassette or clean and demagnetize the heads (see page 19).
Updating the calibration setting
If you insert a cassette and [A] CAL or CAL [B] appears in the display, it means that automatic calibration data in that deck for that tape type (I, II or IV) exists. However, we recommend that you repeat the automatic calibration procedure each time you insert a new cassette since cassettes of the same type also vary in their characteristics. Before recalibrating, be sure to turn off [A] CAL or CAL [B] by pressing the DECK A or DECK B button. Then start from Step 2 of the automatic calibration procedure.
Adjusting the Recording Level Automatically (Auto Rec Level)
The Auto Rec Level function automatically measures the peak signal level and adjusts the recording level accordingly. The Auto Rec Level function operates during normal recording, Relay Recording or Simultaneous Recording on either deck.

AUTO indicator

You should adjust the recording level manually with the REC LEVEL control in the following cases:
The recording level cannot be adjusted properly due to excessive noise in the program source. The program source level is too low and the recording level does not increase. During a quiet passage in a program source such as classical music, the recording level may not increase for some time. If a high sound level is expected later on in the track, play that portion first so that the right adjustment can be obtained. The recording level does not decrease for a long time. The Auto Rec Level function may not work properly when you try to record sound produced by a graphic equalizer that has extremely high-level signals.

DIRECTION MODE / HIGH/NORMAL

PAUSE P

Insert a recorded cassette into deck A and a blank cassette into deck B. Make sure the record-protect tabs on the cassette in deck B have not been removed. Select the side(s) to be recorded on. To record on

One side Both sides

Fade in

Do the following:

1 Follow Steps 1 to 4 of Recording on a Tape on page 6. 2 Start playing the program source and press FADER at the point where you want the fade-in to start. During fadein, the AUTO indicator flashes. When the fade-in has completed, the AUTO indicator lights up if the Auto Rec Level function is working, or goes off if the Auto Rec Level function is not working.

Set DIRECTION MODE to

A a. Recording on the reverse side on deck B starts independently of playback on deck A. RELAY. Recording on the reverse side on deck B starts simultaneously with playback of the reverse side on deck A.

Fade out

While youre still recording, press FADER at the point where you want the fade-out to start. When the fade-out has completed, REC flashes in the display and the deck pauses.
Select the dubbing speed. To select

Normal speed High speed

Press HIGH/NORMAL

Once Twice

Fade-in or fade-out is not possible when the REC LEVEL control is manually set to 0 (minimum) (see page 7).
HIGH or NORM appears in the display. The deck changes to dubbing standby.
Select the side from which to start dubbing. To record from
Press PAUSE P on deck B to start dubbing.

To stop dubbing

During
Normal-speed dubbing High-speed dubbing
p on deck B p on either deck
Recording on Both Decks in Succession (Relay Recording)
You can make a continuous recording that starts on a cassette in deck A and ends on a cassette in deck B.

DIRECTION MODE /

During high-speed dubbing
Only the p button is operative.
You dont have to adjust the recording level or select the Dolby NR during dubbing
Dubbing is automatically performed with the same recording level and Dolby NR as the original in deck A. If, however, you want to monitor the sound during normal-speed dubbing, set the DOLBY NR selector to match the tape in deck A (see page 5).
You can adjust the pitch of the playback on deck A

See page 5.

Insert blank cassettes into both decks. Make sure that record-protect tabs on the cassettes have not been removed. Select the Dolby NR (see page 7). Set DIRECTION MODE to RELAY. Press REC r on deck A. Deck A changes to recording pause. Start playing the program source. Adjust the recording level manually, if necessary (see page 7). Start recording. To record from

Recording of the track ends immediately, the tape direction is reversed, and recording starts again from the beginning of the track. If the tape ends on the reverse side of the tape ( lights up), CD Synchrorecording stops and the CD player stops playing.
Press STANDBY. lights up and the CD player changes to play pause and deck B to recording pause. If doesnt light up, press once. To record on the reverse side

Press once.

Press START.
To stop Synchro-recording
To prevent interruption of the recording process, do not press any operation buttons on the CD player during CD Synchro-recording. Certain operation buttons on the tape deck are disabled during CD Synchro-recording.

Press STOP.

If your CD player has the Peak Search function
After performing Steps 1 to 3 above, press PRESET to turn on the Auto Rec Level function (see page 12). Then continue from Step 4.
You can use the remote to operate the CD player
Some CD player might not start playback when you press START. In this case, press P on the CD player to start playback.

Precautions

On safety
Do not disassemble the cabinet this may result in an electrical shock. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only. Should any solid object or liquid fall into the cabinet, unplug the tape deck and have it checked by qualified personnel before operating it any further.

Notes on Cassette Tapes

To protect a recording on side A or B
Break out the respective tab.

Side A

On power sources
Before operating the tape deck, check that the operating voltage of the tape deck is identical with your local power supply. The operating voltage is indicated on the nameplate at the rear of the tape deck. The unit is not disconnected from the AC power source (mains) as long as it is connected to the wall outlet, even if the unit itself has been turned off (TC-WE835S U.S.A. and Canadian models only). If you are not going to use the tape deck for a long time, be sure to disconnect the tape deck from the wall outlet. To disconnect the AC power cord, grasp the plug itself; never pull the cord. AC power cord must be changed only at the qualified service shop.

Line inputs (phono jacks) Sensitivity: 0.16 V Input impedance: 47 kilohms

Outputs

Line outputs (phono jacks) Rated output level: 0.5 V at a load impedance of 47 kilohms Load impedance: Over 10 kilohms Headphones (stereo phone jack) Output level: 0.25 mW at a load impedance of 32 ohms

General

Power requirements Where purchased U.S.A. and Canada U.K., Continental Europe, China and certain countries in Asia Australia Other countries Power requirements 120 V AC, 60 Hz V AC, 50/60 Hz 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz 120/220/V AC, 50/60 Hz
Power consumption TC-WE835S: 30 W TC-WE635: 22 W Dimensions (approx.) (w/h/d) Model for U.K. and Australia: 310 mm Model for other countries: 290 mm (3/1/2 in.) including projecting parts and controls Mass (approx.) 4.3 kg (9 lbs 8 oz)
Wow and flutter TC-WE835S: 0.13% W. Peak (IEC) 0.07% W. RMS (NAB) 0.18% W. Peak (DIN) TC-WE635: 0.13% W. Peak (IEC) 0.1% W. RMS (NAB) 0.2% W. Peak (DIN) Variable pitch range (approx.) 30 to +30%

Supplied accessories

See page 4.

Optional accessory

Remote commander RM-J910 (except TC-WE835S U.S.A. model) For more information on the availability of the remote commander, contact your nearest Sony dealer. Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.

Glossary

Automatic Tape Selection. The tape deck automatically sets the appropriate equalization characteristics and bias current according to the type of tape inserted in the deck.
Accessories optional 21 supplied 4 Adjusting recording level automatically. See Auto rec level recording level manually 7 volume 5 ATS 11, 22 Audio connecting cord 4 Auto play 8 Automatic Music Sensor. See Multi-AMS Automatic calibration 11, 22 Automatic Tape Selection. See ATS Auto rec level 12, 22

Automatic calibration

The automatic adjustment of the bias current and recording level for the inserted tape. This adjustment works together with the decks ATS (Automatic Tape Selection, see above) to get the best possible recording results on any tape.

Auto Rec Level function

A function that automatically sets the recording level according to the peak signal level of the program source prior to recording. When active, this function gradually decreases the recording level when the signal level rises excessively during recording.
Cassette. See Tape CD synchro-recording through a control A1 cord 16 using a remote 17 Cleaning cabinet 18 heads and tape path 19 Connecting. See Hooking up Control A1 cord 4, 16

Dolby HX Pro

A system that reduces distortion, and increases highfrequency headroom during recording. A tape recorded with this system produces the same high-quality sound even when played on other tape decks.

D, E, F, G

Dolby NR (noise reduction)
A system that eliminates tape hiss noise by boosting lowlevel signals in the high-frequency range during recording, then lowering them during playback. There are four types: A, B, C and S (TC-WE835S only). Type A is for professional use (and is not available on your tape deck), and types B, C and S are for consumer use. Type S has the maximum noise reduction capability, followed by types C and B.

Multi-AMS

Multi-Automatic Music Sensor is a function that locates the beginning of up to 30 tracks before or after the current track by detecting the blank space (of over 4 seconds) between tracks.
Difference between the models 2 Dolby HX Pro 7, 22 Dolby NR 5, 7, 22 Dubbing high-speed dubbing 13 normal-speed dubbing 13 only specific portions 14 RMS dubbing 15 Fader 13 Fading in. See Fader out. See Fader FILTER. See Multiplex filter

H, I, J, K

Heads cleaning 19 demagnetizing 19 High-speed fast-forwarding function 5 rewinding function 5 Hooking up hookups 4 overview 4 Insert blank space 16 cassette 5, 6

Multiplex filter

A filter for eliminating the 19-kHz stereo carrier and the 38-kHz sub-carrier signals that may impair the Dolby NR system. Though tuners are usually equipped with this filter, if you got poor results when recording FM broadcasts with the Dolby NR, your tuner may not have a filter or the filter may not be working. In this case, set the DOLBY NR selector on the tape deck to ON FILTER.

Test tones

Signals (10-kHz and 400-Hz) generated by the tape deck for bias current and recording level calibration.
Locating beginning of the tape 8 particular point 8 tracks 8
Index Additional Information

M, N, O

Memory play 8 Multi-AMS 8, 22 Multiplex filter 7, 22

Names of Controls

Buttons
A+B REC (simultaneous recording) 15 ARL (automatic recording level adjustment) 12 CHECK 9 DECK A/DECK B 11 DISPLAY 9 FADER 13 HIGH/NORMAL 13, 15 MEMORY 8 PAUSE P 6, 11 13, 15, 16 PITCH CONTROL 5 REC (recording) r 6, 12, 14 REC MUTING (record muting) R 16 RESET 8 RMS/START 9, 15 SET 9 SYNCHRO 16 (eject) 5, 6, 19 p (stop/RMS CLEAR) 9, 12, 13 (forward play/RMS FRONT) 5, 6, 8, 9, (reverse play/RMS BACK) 8, 9, 11, ), 0 (fast-forwarding and rewinding/AMS/ RMS +/) 8, 9
Pitch control function 5 Playing auto play 8 basic play 5 memory play 8 RMS play 9
Random Music Sensor. See RMS play or dubbing Recording basic recording 6 CD synchro-recording 16 FM broadcasts 7 on both decks in succession. See Relay recording the same source on both decks. See Simultaneous recording Record muting 16 Relay recording 14 Remote commander 4, 17, 21 RMS dubbing 15 RMS play adding tracks 10 checking the order of tracks 9

Selectors

DIRECTION MODE 5, 6, DOLBY NR 7
Searching. See Locating Simultaneous recording 15 Specifications 21

Switches

U (or 1/u) (power) 5, 6

Controls

PITCH CONTROL 5 REC (recording) LEVEL 7, 12
Tape ejecting 5, 7 notes 18 path cleaning 19 protect the recording 18 type 18 Test tones 11, 22 Troubleshooting 20
CONTROL ALINE IN 4 LINE OUT 4 PHONES 5

Others

AUTO indicator 6, 12, 13 Cassette holder 5, 6, 19 Peak level meters 7 SYNCHRO button indicator 17

U, V, W, X, Y, Z

Unpacking 4

Sony Corporation

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