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Turning pitch control on and off.. 25
About this manual..11 1, Introduction.. 11 2, Using the menu system. 11 3, Features and controls. 11 4, Playback operations.. 11 5, Recording.. 11 6, After recording.. 11 7, CD TEXT.. 11 8, Copying discs.. 11 9, External control.. 11 10, Specifications, etc.. 11
Setting the pitch value (i). 25 Setting the pitch value (ii).. 26 ISRC view (drive 2 only).. 26 RID view (drive 2 only).. 26 Auto Ready function.. 26 Auto Cue function.. 26 Incremental play.. 27 EOM tally time.. 27 TOC Editing (drive 1 only).. 27
Combining tracks.. 28 Erasing tracks... 28 Dividing tracks.. 28 Redefining the start point.. 28 Redefining the end point.. 29 Clearing the virtual TOC.. 29
2 Using the menu system
Menus and items..12
MENU keys 1 and 2..12 MENU key 1 only...13 MENU key 2 only...13
SYSTEM menu features..14
Dimmer settings..14 Meter peak hold..14 Timer play..14 Index display...15 Keyboard preferences..15 ISRC copy...15
Input selection.. 30
Signal volume.. 30 Input monitoring.. 30 Frequency conversion.. 31
Basic recording.. 31
Playing back tracks.. 32 Time display while recording.. 32 Manual track division.. 32 Restricting the number of tracks.. 32 Full disc... 32
3 Features and controls
Front panel..16 Rear panel features.18 Digital connections. 18 Analog connections.. 18 Other connections.. 18
Remote control unit...19
Synchronized recording.. 33
Setting the trigger levels.. 33 Adding extra time at the end of a recording.. 35 Trimming the sync.. 35
Drive 1 functions.. 19 Drive 2 controls.. 20
Automatic track division.. 35
Increasing the watch time.. 36 Trimming the increment time. 37
4 Playback operations
Simple playback operations..21
Time display modes..21 Track skip...22 Cue point...22 A and B points (drive 1 only)..22
Rec mute function.. 37
Setting the REC MUTE time:.. 37
Fade-in and fade-out.. 37
To perform a fade-in:.. 38 To perform a fade-out:... 38
Although audio data may be written on a CD-R or CD-RW disc, a standard CD player will not be able to read the data (i.e. play back the audio) until a final table of contents (TOC) has been written at the start of the disc. The process of writing this table of contents is known as finalizing. Once this has been done, no further data can be written to the disk. See Finalizing on page 40 for details. In the case of a CD-RW disc which has been finalized, the whole of the disc may be erased, or the disc may be refreshed, and the disc re-used. In addition, a CD-RW disc that has been finalized may be unfinalized, i.e. the TOC is removed. This allows further tracks to be recorded to the disc, provided that there is space on the disc.
In this manual, we use the term recordable disc to describe a CD-R or CD-RW disc that has not been finalized, i.e. further recording is possible on the disc.
A readable disc is one which can be read by the unit. In the case of drive 2, this is all discs, finalized or unfinalized. However, drive 1 cannot read unfinalized discs (whether CD-R or CD-RW). It can also play back finalized CD-RW discs.
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1 IntroductionAbout this manual
About this manual
In this manual, we use the following conventions: The names of keys and controls are given in the following typeface: ERASE. When the alphanumeric portion of the display shows a message, this is shown in the following typeface: Welcome. If a preset indicator in the display (i.e. one which cannot change, but is either on or off) is shown, this is shown as follows: SHUFFLE. The CD-RW402 can be used with a PS/2 computer keyboard. In this case, the key names are in bold type, inside square brackets, for example: [F1]. The sections of this manual are arranged as follows:
4, Playback operations Using the CDRW402 as an ordinary CD player is straightforward, but there are many useful playback features in this unit which repay careful study.
5, Recording The different options available when recording discs on the CD-RW402. 6, After recording After recording a disc, you
can finalize it, or erase the whole disc or part of it (CD-RW only). See this section for details.
1, Introduction This section, introducing the
CD-RW402 and some key concepts, is essential reading!
7, CD TEXT CD TEXT allows the entry and display of title and artist by disc and by track. This section explains how to use this feature on the CDRW402. 8, Copying discs Copying discs is a somewhat different process to recording audio on discs, and the CD-RW402 provides a number of options to perform these operations. 9, External control The CD-RW402 can be controlled by an external PS/2 computer keyboard, or through devices attached to the CONTROL I/O port. 10, Specifications, etc. This section contains the specifications of the CD-RW402 as well as a guide to the messages which are shown at different times on the displays.
parameters, and values for menu parameters, and press it to select the parameters and set the values. It can also be used for selecting tracks for playback, etc. as explained in the appropriate sections of this manual.
O A-B COPY key Starts the copying process of
data between points A and B between drives 1 and 2.
P DISPLAY key (2) Changes the time display
type of drive 2.
b MENU key (2) Press this in order to bring up
the menu selections for drive 2.
Q FINALIZE key Used when finalizing recordable discs. Also serves as a confirm key when entering disc and track titles.
c SEARCH keys (2) Allow fast forward
R ERASE key Used when erasing data from
CD-RW discs. Also serves as a delete key when entering disc and track titles.
d STOP key (2) Stops playback or recording
on drive 2.
S FADER key Starts automatic fade in and fade
out when recording.
e PLAY key (2) Starts playback or recording
T SYNC REC Turns synchronized recording of
the disc recorder on and off.
f READY key (2) Puts the drive into play ready or record ready mode, depending on the previous state. g RECORD key Puts the drive into record
U CALL key (2) This key moves playback
position to the last playback See Cue point on page 22.
V REC MUTE key When recording and this is
pressed, records several seconds of silence before entering record ready mode (the amount of silence is set by menu operations).
h INPUT SELECTOR key Allows the choice of the analog inputs, either of the digital inputs, or the internal drive 1 as a recording source. i BALANCE control Controls the left-right balance of an analog signal sent to the drive. j KEYBOARD connector Connect a standard computer PS/2 keyboard here for use with titling, etc. (see CD TEXT on page 42).
W Disc tray (2) Holds the disc for drive 2. X Drive 2 display Shows track and playback
information, etc. for drive 1, as well as the menu parameters and settings.
3 Features and controlsRear panel features
Rear panel features
k l m n o p q r s t u
Digital connections These connections all handle digital audio I/O.
p UNBALANCED OUTPUT (2) These
unbalanced RCA connectors output the signal from drive 2 at 10 dBV nominal levels (red=right).
k COAXIAL INPUT and OUTPUT (DRIVE 2) These RCA connectors accept and
transmit digital audio data to and from drive 2 respectively in SPDIF format. The IN connector accepts AES3-1992 (TYPE I) as well as SPDIF (TYPE II) format data. The unit automatically detects the data type. Input may be from 32 kHz to 48 kHz, and output is always at 44.1 kHz.
10Tr 0:48 NOTE
If programmed playback has been selected (Programmed order playback on page 24), the elapsed time and total remaining time refer to the programmed material, not the whole disc.
Press the appropriate DISPLAY key to cycle through these time display modes, as described here:
Display shows Meaning
TOTAL [blank] TOTAL REMAIN REMAIN
Total elapsed time of the disc Elapsed time of the current track Time remaining of the current disc Time remaining of the current track
If the disc contains CD TEXT (see CD TEXT on page 42), there is another mode, which shows the track and track artist information on the display (while playing) or the disc and disc artist information (if playback is stopped). If the disc or track does not contain such information, this mode is not available.
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4 Playback operationsSimple playback operations
Use the MULTI DIAL (or the track skip keys on the remote control unit) to jump forward or backward by one track at a time, as shown on the display. Note that going forward from the last track of the disc will wrap round to track 1, and going backward from the first track of the disc will wrap round to the last track of the disc. The track number indicators at the bottom of the display shows the selected track (the lit indicator at the left of the row of indicators). It is also possible to use the number keys on the remote control unit to jump directly to a particular track: 1 Select drive 1 or 2 with the switch as appropriate. To play tracks 1 through 9, simply press the appropriate key (1 through 9). 2 To play a track whose number is higher than 9, press the +10 key an appropriate number of times to set the tens digit of the track number, followed by a single key to set the units digit. For example: Track 13 = +10, 3 Track 30 = +10, +10, +10, 0
On the main unit only, the search keys can be used to fast-forward and fast-rewind through the disc.
The cue point is the point at which playback last started from ready mode. Every time the unit goes from ready mode to play mode, the cue point is updated. To return to the cue point, from stop, ready or play mode: 1 Simply press the CALL key. The playback position is returned to the cue point and the drive enters ready mode. Press PLAY to start playback from this point.
Using the main unit menu system
Press the appropriate MENU key. Turn the MULTI DIAL until PLAY MENU ? appears in the display. Push the MULTI DIAL. Turn the MULTI DIAL until PLAY MODE? appears in the display. Push the MULTI DIAL. Turn the MULTI DIAL. The three options detailed above are shown as PMODE>SHUF ? (shuffle), PMODE>PGM ? (programmed playback) and PMODE>CONTI? (continue playback). Push the MULTI DIAL when the appropriate option is displayed.
Programmed order playback
The steps to set up to 99 program steps (tracks) to be played back in a specified order are as follows: Set the play mode to Program as described above. The display changes to show 0Tr 00:00 00, meaning that no program steps have yet had tracks assigned to them. Set the switch on the remote control to let the number keys control either drive 1 or drive 2. Use the number keys on the remote control to enter a track number (including the +10 key to enter values greater than 9, as described above). The track entered is assigned to the program step, and the display changes, showing the track number, the total time of the program so far, and the step number, e.g. 2Tr 14:56 03. 5 The next program step can then be entered. Repeat steps 4 and 5 above until the program is complete. Press the PLAY key to start playback at the first program step. The display shows the track, the current time display, and the program step number. While in programmed playback mode, using the skip keys or the MULTI DIAL moves backwards and forwards in the order set in the program. Use the READY key to halt playback temporarily or the STOP key to stop playback of the program. If the STOP key is used, when playback is restarted, it starts from the first program step. Clear the program by setting the Continue play mode. The program is also cleared when the disc tray is opened, and if the STOP key is pressed when playback is stopped in programmed order mode. The programmed play order is not memorized when power is turned off. If an attempt is made to enter more than 99 program steps, the message PGM Full ! appears on the display.
Steps 4 and 5 above can also be carried out from the main unit by turning and pushing the MULTI DIAL.
The repeat playback function allows repeated playback of the whole disc (ALL), a single track (1) or repeat off (OFF).
1 Press the appropriate REPEAT key repeatedly on the remote control unit to cycle
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4 Playback operationsContinuous playback
through the three repeat modes: ALL, 1 or REPEAT. The appropriate indicator (REPEAT ALL or REPEAT 1) lights in the display when a repeat mode is active. Turn the MULTI DIAL until the display shows REPEAT MODE?. Push the MULTI DIAL. Turn the MULTI DIAL so that the display shows REPEAT> OFF?, REPEAT> ALL? or REPEAT> 1 ?. Push the MULTI DIAL.
Setting the pitch value (i)
To set the pitch control from the main unit: 1 Press the appropriate MENU key and turn the MULTI DIAL until the display shows PLAY MENU. Push the MULTI DIAL. 4
4 Playback operationsISRC view (drive 2 only)
Setting the pitch value (ii) To set the pitch
value from the remote control unit: 1 Press either of the PITCH + or keys on the remote control unit when drive 1 is not in menu mode.
The pitch changes made in this way (or on the main unit) do not take effect if the PITCH indicator is not lit.
ISRC view (drive 2 only)
On drive 2, the ISRC code (see ISRC copy on page 15 for more information about this code), if present on the disc, can be displayed during playback, if the FINALIZE key is pressed while playback is taking place.
RID view (drive 2 only)
The RID (recorder identification data)1, if present, can be shown for discs playing back on drive 2. Press the ERASE key while playback is taking place to display this data.
1. The first three digits of the RID are assigned as the Manufacturer Code, the next four digits as the Type Code, and the last five digits as the Recorder Unique Number. TEACs Manufacturer Code is TCJ.
Auto Ready function
This function allows the playing back of a single track, and the automatic cueing of the next track ready for playback. The unit is cued to the start of the track as determined by the subcode, not the start of the audio signal, unless the AUTO CUE function is on (see Auto Cue function on page 26). The unit will enter pause mode in the continue, shuffle and programmed play modes, after the location has taken place. If repeat is active (see Repeat playback on page 24), the unit will enter play ready mode at the start of the next track (REPEAT ALL), or the start of the track which is being repeated (REPEAT 1). To set the function: 1 Press the appropriate MENU key and turn the MULTI DIAL until the display shows PLAY MENU. Push the MULTI DIAL.
level Start of recording
To start synchronized recording when the source is stopped or in pause mode: 1 The unit must be in record ready mode, and the SYNC indicator in the display must be lit, as explained above. Start playing the source. The pause indicator disappears from the display, and the unit starts recording.
Low numerical values of this setting (towards 24) mean that it takes a louder signal to trigger the start of the synchronized recording. A high numerical value (towards 72) means that a relatively quiet signal will trigger the start of recording.
The conditions under which synchronized recording stops are: the sound level drops below the threshold level for the time set by the Sync End Time function (Adding extra time at the end of a recording on page 35):
REC pause Sync End Time
When the signal drops below the threshold for one second or more and then rises above the threshold again (this is the general condition, of which starting synchronized recording from a stopped or paused source is a special case):
At least 1 second Recording starts
If you set the threshold value so that only high-level signals trigger recording, remember that this will not record the start of a piece with a slow fade-in:
Alternatively, when recording digitally from sources (MD, CD and DAT) which output track divisions, synchronized recording starts when a track division is received, regardless of the level:
Track signal from source starts recording
This part of the track is not recorded
Also remember that when recording from an analog source, the threshold should be set so that it is higher than the noise floor (the base level of hiss, pops and crackles which may come from an older vinyl recording, for example). If the noise floor is higher than the threshold, synchronized recording will not take place:
Start of track is not registered Noise is higher than threshold
To stop synchronized recording: 1 2
The unit must be in record mode, and the in the display must be lit.
Stop the source. After a few seconds, the unit enters record ready mode. The time between the stopping of the source and entering record ready mode is used to record a gap at the end of the track. If no changes are made to the units controls, restarting the source restarts recording, as the unit is still in sync mode and will start recording again when the source is detected.
Because synchronized recording can be turned on and off while recording is taking place, it is therefore possible to record with a synchronized automatic start, and a manual end, or vice versa. When the source material is being played back before synchronized recording is enabled, the conditions under which synchronized recording will start (after synchronized recording has been enabled) are:
When recording in sync mode, you may notice a slight delay between starting the source, and the CDRW402 responding. This is due to the way in which the unit works, storing the data in a memory buffer before writing it to the disc. The resulting delay is therefore not a cause for concernall audio data received between the start and end points will be recorded.
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5 RecordingAutomatic track division
Adding extra time at the end of a recording
If the material being recorded from an analog source ends very quietly (it drops below the trigger level for some time before the actual end of the piece), the CD-RW402 may enter record ready before the actual end of a piece. You can allow for this by increasing the time between the detection of silence and the change to record ready mode. The minimum value here is 5 seconds, and the maximum value is 60 seconds (1 seconds increments). 1 Press the MENU key (2) and turn the MULTI DIAL to display REC MENU 2 ?. Press the MULTI DIAL. Turn the MULTI DIAL until the display shows SYNC END TM?. Press the MULTI DIAL. Turn the MULTI DIAL to change the SyncEnd (increment watch time) value between 5s and 60s (in 1 second steps). Press the MULTI DIAL to make the setting and leave the menu.
Trimming the sync
In addition to the extra time shown above, it is also possible to move the synchronized start and end backwards and forwards by up to 125 frames either before or after the received sync start and stop signals (in case youre wondering how the CD-RW402 can start before it receives a signal, its not magicjust clever use of buffer memory!). Press the MENU key (2) and turn the MULTI DIAL to display REC MENU 2 ?. Press the MULTI DIAL. 5 Turn the MULTI DIAL until the display shows
SYNC TRIM ?.
Press the MULTI DIAL. Turn the MULTI DIAL to change the SYNC_T (sync trim) value between 125 frames and +125 frames (in 1 frame steps). Press the MULTI DIAL to make the setting and leave the menu.
Automatic track division
The trigger level, as set above (Synchronized recording on page 33) can also be used to divide tracks if the A-TRACK (auto track) function is enabled. When this function is enabled, the unit automatically inserts a track division in the recorded material when: recording digitally from MD, CD or DAT, an increment signal is detected or increment signals are unavailable (e.g. analog recording or digital sources other than MD. CD or DAT) and the sound level has dropped below the threshold for more than the watch time (see
Increasing the watch time on page 36), and sound has re-started:
Inc Watch Time Track increment
To enable or disable automatic track division: Press the MENU key (2) and turn the MULTI DIAL to display REC MENU 1 ?. Press the MULTI DIAL. Turn the MULTI DIAL until the display shows AUTO TRACK ?. Press the MULTI DIAL.
Turn the MULTI DIAL to change the A_TRACK value between ON and OFF. Press the MULTI DIAL to make the setting and leave the menu. The A-TRACK indicator shows in the display when the function is active.
A fall and subsequent rise in volume alone when recording digitally from CD, MD or DAT is not sufficient to trigger an automatic track increment.
level Digital recording from CD, MD and DAT Long "pause" in signal, but " track is not incremented
Automatic track division can be turned on or off while recording is taking place.
When recording certain types of material (e.g. certain types of classical music or spoken word) through the analog connections, since the track divisions are determined by relative silence, it is possible that spurious track divisions will be inserted. Under these conditions, it may be better to use manual track division (Manual track division on page 32). However, if recording through a digital connection, the track number will be incremented only when a track division signal is received.
You may find it helpful to use the track restriction facility (see Restricting the number of tracks on page 32) together with the automatic track division. For instance, if you have recorded two albums on one DAT tape, and you wish to make two separate CDs from this tape, you can use the MULTI DIAL to set the number of tracks to the number of tracks comprising the first album. When the final track of the first album has been recorded, the unit automatically performs the PMA writing procedure and enters stop mode.
Although the CD-RW402 may report that extended recording may take place on a disc, it may be that extended recording is not actually possible when it is attempted. Because such extended recording does not conform to the Orange Book standard, discs created in this way may not be playable on other CD players.
This section deals with the actions taken after recording: finalizing for CD-R and CD-RW discs, and erase operations for CD-RW discs.
This section refers to drive 2 only. Finalizing and erase operations are only possible on drive 2 of the CDRW402.
Once finalized, CD-R discs are truly finalno more can be recorded on them. By contrast, CD-RW discs can be unfinalized using the CD-RW402, i.e. their TOC can be deleted, and if there is space, further material can be recorded on them. Even if the disc is full, tracks can be erased following the unfinalize process, and new material can be recorded.
As has been explained earlier (Finalizing on page 10), in order for a disc to become a standard CD, it must have a Table of Contents (TOC) written to it. This process is known as finalizing. An unfinalized disc can always be distinguished on the CD-RW402 by the NO TOC indicator under the disc type on the display being lit when the disc is inserted. To finalize a disc: 1 With the unfinalized (recordable) disc loaded, and the unit in stop mode, press the FINALIZE key. The display shows FINALIZE OK?. 2 To start the finalizing process, push the MULTI DIAL or REC key. If you do not want to proceed with the finalizing process, press any other key (such as the STOP key). If finalization has been chosen, the display changes. The NO TOC indicator goes out, and the word TOC and the REC indicator flash in the display. The unit starts counting down from a time shown on the display. After finalization, a CD-RW NO TOC changes to CD-RW and a CD-R NO TOC changes to a CD.
Although CD-R discs finalized on the CD-RW402 may be replayed on ordinary CD players, remember that finalized CD-RW discs may not play on CD players (but they may be played on drive 1 of the CD-RW402).
Unfinalizing CD-RW discs
If a CD-RW disc has been finalized, it is possible to erase the Table of Contents in the following way: With the finalized disc loaded and the unit in stop mode, press the ERASE key. If the display does not show the word UNFINALIZE?, turn the MULTI DIAL until it is displayed. To start the unfinalizing process, push the
MULTI DIAL or REC key.
If you do not want to proceed with the unfinalizing process, press any other key (such as the STOP key). If unfinalization has been chosen, the NO TOC indicator starts flashing in the display, and the word ERASE also starts flashing. The unit starts counting down from a time shown on the display. After unfinalization, a CD-RW indicator changes to a CD-RW NO TOC indicator.
Unfinalizing (described above) is a special case of erasing a disc. It is also possible to erase a track or tracks, starting with the last-recorded track, a whole disc, or to refresh a disc.
erase procedure will automatically unfinalize it prior to erasure. The disc may then have to be re-finalized. Any CD TEXT information (see CD TEXT on page 42) is therefore lost. Remember that it is not possible to perform any erase procedures on a CD-R disc.
Erase procedures are possible only on a CD-RW disc. Even if a CD-RW disc has been finalized, selecting an
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6 After recordingErasing
It is possible to erase the last recorded track, the last two recorded tracks, the last three recorded tracks, etc. It is not, however, possible to erase tracks in the middle of the disc. With the disc loaded, and the unit in stop mode, press the ERASE key. If the display does not show ERASE XX-XX?, where XX is the number of the last track recorded on the disc, turn the MULTI DIAL or use the skip keys until it is displayed. Turn the MULTI DIAL to change the number of the first track to be erased. The highest value that this number can take is the last track recorded (for example, if 17 tracks have been recorded on the disc, 17-17 means that the last track only, number 17, will be erased). The lowest value that this number can take is 2 (if this number was 1, the whole disc would be erased, as described below). If you do not want to proceed with the erase operation, press any other key (such as the STOP key).
If only one track has been recorded on the disc, only the erase disc option (Erasing a whole disc on page 41) is available.
When the range of tracks to be erased has been selected, push the MULTI DIAL or REC key.
This operation cannot be undone. If you are going to erase a track or tracks, make sure that they are recordings that you really want to erase!
If the erase operation has been selected, the word ERASE flashes on the display, and the timer starts counting down.
Erasing a whole disc
When you want to erase a whole disc (all the tracks on a disc), follow the procedure below: With the disc loaded, and the unit in stop mode, press the ERASE key. Turn the MULTI DIAL until the display shows ERASE DISC?. If you do not want to proceed with the erase operation, press any other key (such as the STOP key). 3 To erase the contents of the disc, push the MULTI DIAL or REC key.
This operation cannot be undone. If you are going to erase a disc, make sure that it contains only recordings that you really want to erase!
If the erase operation has been selected, the word ERASE flashes on the display, and the timer starts counting down a time value shown on the display.
Refreshing a disc
If a CD-RW disc has been corrupted at any point (e.g. power has been cut off in the middle of a finalize operation, etc.), or has been used in a computer or another piece of equipment that makes it unreadable, it is possible to refresh the disc to make it usable again. This operation destroys all data on the disc. 3 With the disc loaded, and the unit in stop mode, press the ERASE key. Turn the MULTI DIAL or use the SKIP keys until the display shows DISC REFRESH. To refresh the disc, push the MULTI DIAL or
The error messages mentioned above appear if the wrong type of disc has been loaded as source or destination. If the A and B points are too close together the display shows Not enough. If the B point is set before the A point, the display shows A-B ERROR. It is not possible to copy more than one track if the tracks have different emphasis status.
A-B Excluded copy
This allows the copying of a track (audio) except the portion delimited by the A and B location points. The A and B location points must be in the same track for this function to be enabled. The source disc should be in drive 1 and the destination disc in 2. Set the A and/or the B points on the source disc (A and B points (drive 1 only) on page 22). If only the A point is set, the copy will be from the A point to the end of the track. If only the B point is set, the copy will be from the start of the track to the B point. 3 If both points are set, in order that the final disc corresponds to the Red Book standard, these points must be at leas 4 seconds apart. Point A must be before point B. With both drives stopped, press the A-B COPY key. The displays show A-B COPY and
Turn the MULTI DIAL (2) to select the A-B excluded copy mode. Drive 1 display now shows A-B ExclCOPY and drive 2 display shows COPY>AB EXCL. Press the MULTI DIAL (2).
8 Copying discsA-B Excluded copy
The drive 2 display shows ExclRHSL>. This allows a preview of the material immediately before point A, immediately followed by the material following point B (in other words, a preview of the join). 6 To rehearse the copy, turn the MULTI DIAL (2) to select YES, and press the MULTI DIAL. The joined section is repeated. Display 2 shows RehearsalOK?. If the join is satisfactory, press the MULTI DIAL, otherwise press STOP and reset the A and B points. If you do not want to rehearse, choose NO, and press the MULTI DIAL. 7 Select the copy speed (x4, x2 or x1), and press the MULTI DIAL (2). Drive 2 display shows COPY START ?. 8 Press the MULTI DIAL (2). Copying takes place (standby and copy) as for other copy operations. The displays return to normal when the copy operation is complete.
The error messages mentioned above appear if the wrong type of disc has been loaded as source or destination. If the A and B points are too close together the display shows Not enough.
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A PS/2 keyboard can be attached to the CD-RW402 for titling purposes, as explained above (Entering characters using an external keyboard on page 43). The same keyboard can also be used as a remote control device for simple control of the two drives of the unit: The keyboard controls for drive 1 are:
The following messages typically indicate an error condition, or a condition which requires attention:
No sound on playback (the disc is playing and the time display is incrementing) No meter indication when a source is input
Possible cause and remedy
The connections from the CD-RW402 to the amplifier system have not been made properly, or the amplifiers input source selector is not at the correct position. Analog and/or digital volume (Signal volume on page 30) is set too low. The signal is being input through an unselected input source (Input selection on page 30). Both drives must be stopped (not just in ready mode) A digital input source has been selected, but the source is not connected or is not switched on. A finalized disc has been inserted. Use an unfinalized recordable disc. An attempt has been made to create more than 100 program steps. There is no space on the disc, or no tracks are available, or a general recording error has occurred. The disc is bad. If it is a CD-RW disc, you may refresh it (, Refreshing a disc), otherwise replace the disc. An error has occurred while trying to erase the disc. Either the disc is full (this message will be prefaced by Disc Full!! (Full disc on page 32) or an attempt has been mode to write more than 99 tracks. General recording error. This may be caused by vibration or a shock during recording, for example, or may be the result of a bad disc. Try recording again with the same disc. If the message appears again, try a different disc. Appears only with CD-R discs. The OPC area is full, and no further recording is possible on this disc. Finalize the disc.
Copying is not possible (the copy keys do not work) D-IN UNLOCK! Cannot record on a disc (pressing RECORD shows MONITOR) PGM Full! Disc Full! or Cannot Rec! Disc Error Erase Error! The display suddenly shows PMA Writing Rec Error
No OPC Area!
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10 Specifications, etc.Specifications
CopyReadErr! TEXT FULL! POINT ERROR! CantCompare! COMPARE ERR! DRV2 DiscErr DRV1 NO TRK! PLAY MODE!
There is an error in reading the source disc in a copy operation. The text buffer for CD TEXT is full. No more can be entered. An error has been made when attempting to use the location points when editing the TOC of a disc. Comparison between the original and copy disc is not possible as the destination disc contains an audio track The comparison between the original the copy has failed An error has occurred when drive 2 attempts to write to a disc. This message is shown when an attempt is made to copy from a blank disc in drive 1 When copying if an attempt is made to copy a disc when drive 1 is in shuffle mode. It also appears if drive 1 is not in continue mode when making an A-B or A-B excluded copy. An attempt has been made to perform a program copy with an empty program. When attempting an A-B or A-B excluded copy, the A-B points have not been set or B is set ahead of A. There is not enough space on the destination disc for a copy, or the A and B points are too close together. System error. Error in the drive mechanism.
Traditionally CD players, CD recorders, and CD duplicators have been thought of as distinctly different products. TASCAM's engineers have broken these barriers with the CDRW402, creating a single product that offers an uncompromising combination of all three CD products into a single, affordable recorder. The CD-RW402's CD player functions offer enough capability for live theater or broadcast, yet remain simple enough for the novice. Functions like CD-text, call, locate points; fader start and auto ready make this the ideal machine for environments where there is no "take-two". Recording functions take advantage of the latest CD-R advances including overburn capability and improved auto ID modes. The CD-RW402 also offers the ability to edit CDs, remove dead space in a track, or add/remove track IDs. For increased accuracy, a stutter-scrub mode allows you to nudge an edit or cue point with CD frame accuracy. Duplicating functions for both audio and data CD format scan run at 4x - convenient for limited in-house duplication. The CD-RW402 also has the ability to convert Orange Book CDs into Disk-At-Once Red Book compliant CDs.
3-U Rack-mountable CD Editing Capability w/ Stutter Scrub PS/2 Keyboard Input for CD-TEXT and Control 2 Displays for Meters and 12 Characters of Text Uses Professional 74min and 80min Blank Media Overburn Capability for Extended Recording Time Duplicates Audio and Data CDs at 4x, 2x, and 1x 9.9% Pitch Control (Deck 1 Only) Independent Analog Unbalanced RCA I/O Independent SPDIF Digital Coax and Optical I/O Built-in RAM Buffer for Precise ID Marks Parallel Control I/O for Custom Remotes & Tallies Call Function for Checking Play Cues Auto Cue and Auto Ready for Live Sound Cues Event Start Function (In Parallel Control) Selectable SCMS Status User Selectable Digital Fade In/Fade Out Headphone Monitor Select w/ Level Control Rugged TEAC Computer CD-ROM and CD-R Drives
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All features and specifications are subject to change without notice. Contact your local TASCAM representative for the latest information.
CONSULTANTS AND SYSTEM DESIGN SPECIFICATIONS
The TASCAM CD-RW901 is a 3U rack-mountable dual-well CD Player (well #1), CD player/recorder (well #2). Both decks have independent meters, 12 character text display, and each has a multi-purpose dial. Both decks are capable of auto-ready (pause at each track ID), fader start, EOM alerts, and shutter-scrub (jog mode) via multi-dial. Both wells utilize a rugged TEAC computer drive. The CDRW-402 offers parallel control and tally messages. User selectable Fade In/Out. CD-Text and transport control is achieved via FS/2 keyboard (input on front panel). A headphone output w/volume control allows monitoring of individual or both wells. Well #1 (player) Features 9 +/- pitch control, two-locate points, and call. Track advance and rewind are located on the multi-purpose dial. Dedicated analog outputs via balanced XLR connectors and unbalanced RCA jacks. S/PDIF Optical and Coax digital outputs. Well #2 (player/recorder) Features sync record, record mute, and call. Track advance and rewind are located on the multi-purpose dial. Dedicated analog inputs and outputs via balanced XLR connectors and unbalanced RCA jacks. S/PDIF Optical and Coax digital outputs. A common unbalanced RCA output is provided. Wired remote control (RC-402) is included.
FS/2 KEYBOARD CONTROL
Notes on CD-R Media: Quality and recording characteristics of media from different manufacturers will vary from brand to brand. This has to do with the manufacturing processes of both the CD-R media and CD-R mechanism. Some media that does not work well with one CD-R mechanism may work reasonably well with another. In order to take the guesswork out of selecting media, we are posting an approved list of media for use with the CD-RW900. At the time of this writing, media from each of these manufacturers was written to and verified. CD-R / CD-R-DA approved manufacturers: Sony, TDK, Taiyo Yuden, AMT, CMC, Ritek, Prodisc, Mitsubishi Chemical CD-RW / CD-RW-DA approved manufacturers: Sony, Ritek, Prodisc, AMT, CMC, Ricoh, Mitsubishi Chemical. High-speed media is approved for use, meaning that the unit is not limited to 1x speed media.
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Drive 1 Media type Frequency response S/N ratio Dynamic range Total harmonic distortion Channel separation Wow & flutter Drive 2 Recording media type Recording resolution Recording sampling frequency Frequency convertor input Frequency response S/N ratio Dynamic range Total harmonic distortion Channel separation Wow & flutter Digital I/O Digital inputs (drive 2 only) COAXIAL OPTICAL Digital outputs (drives 1 and 2) COAXIAL OPTICAL
CD-R, CD-RW, CD-RDA, CD-RWDA 20 Hz 20 kHz (playback 0.8 dB) > 95 dB (playback) > 95 dB (playback) < 0.005% (playback) 90 dB (playback: 1 kHz) Unmeasurable (< 0.001%) CD-R, CD-RW, CD-RDA, CD-RWDA 16-bit linear 44.1 kHz 32 kHz 48 kHz 20 Hz 20 kHz (playback 0.8 dB, recording 1 dB) > 95 dB (playback) > 90 dB (recording) > 95 dB (playback) > 90 dB (recording) < 0.005% (playback) < 0.008% (recording) 90 dB (playback: 1 kHz) 80 dB (recording: 1 kHz) Unmeasurable (< 0.001%)
RCA pin, IEC-60958 TYPE I, TYPE II auto-detect TOSLINK, IEC-60958 TYPE I, TYPE II auto-detect RCA pin, IEC-60958 TYPE II (SPDIF) TOSLINK, IEC-60958 TYPE II (SPDIF) Unbalanced RCA 10 dBV (FS 16 dB) +6 dBV 570 (unbalanced) XLR-3 type (male) (1-gnd, 2=hot, 3=cold) +4 dBu (FS 16 dB) +20 dBu 75
Analog I/O UNBALANCED LINE OUTPUTS (1, 2, COMMON Nominal output level Maximum output level Output impedance BALANCED LINE OUTPUTS 1, 2 Nominal output level Maximum output level Output impedance
UNBALANCED LINE INPUTS (2) Nominal input level Maximum input level Input impedance BALANCED LINE INPUTS (2) Nominal input level Maximum input level Input impedance 12 k PHONES output (switchable 1, 2 or COMMON) Output level CONTROL I/O KEYBOARD REMOTE IN Writable disc formats
Unbalanced RCA 10 dBV (6dBV 16 dB) + 6dBV 23 k XLR-type (female) (1-gnd, 2=hot, 3=cold) +4 dBu +20dBu 6 mm (1/4) stereo 20 mW + 20 mW (into 32 ) D-sub 25-pin female Mini-DIN 6pin (conforms to PS/2 standard) 3.5 mm mini-jack (only for use with RCRW402) CD-DA (including CD-TEXT), CD-ROM (IS09660), CD Extra. When copying CD Extra discs, DISC copying allows copying of audio data, and DAO copying allows copying of data. USA/Canada 120 VAC, 60 Hz U.K./Europe 230 VAC, 50 Hz Australia 240 VAC, 50 Hz 100 V 120 V: 34 W, 220 V 240 V: 39 W E4 6.1 A (Pro CE) 483 x 138 x 301 (mm) 19 x 5.4 x 11.6 (in) 8 kg (17.6 lb.) 5C to 35C (41F to 95F) RC-RW402 remote control unit 2m (6 ft.) AC cord
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