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DA-88 quick ref.doc 10/14/97 7:27 PM
Function Display ABS Time Display H:M:S:F TC difference
Software Version 4.01 Items marked SY are only available when the SY-88 is installed.
Display LED ABS DIFF GEN GEN or OFFSET MEMO 1 MEMO 2 OFFSET PITCH TC Any To Enter Function Hold DISPLAY + DISPLAY DISPLAY DISPLAY DISPLAY Hold and then press DISPLAY To Enter Data Remarks Press to return to H:M:S:F display Time code offset only A period will start blinking in the Hours column, use or to enter hours. Press DISPLAY to move the period to next column. After setting last column, pressing DISPLAY will exit column setting mode By pushing MEMO 1, point can be set on the fly By pushing MEMO 2, point can be set on the fly ABS time Offset entry in Frames only. SMPTE T/C Offset entry in Frames, or when DISPLAY is pressed again, in Sub-Frames. TC LED will flash TC LED will flash. Press DISPLAY to exit. Press DISPLAY to exit Display will exit automatically
SY SY SY SY
Display Sub-Frame difference Auto Offset Calculate & Store Display Generator Start Time & Enter Data Column by column Generator or Offset time Setting
and or or
Display MEMO 1 & Enter data Display MEMO 2 & Enter data Display OFFSET & Enter data Display OFFSET & Enter Data Display PITCH & Enter data Display Tape Time Code Display User Bits on tape Display Incoming Time Code Pull Up / Down mode setting Display Pull Up / Down Status
DISPLAY DISPLAY DISPLAY DISPLAY DISPLAY or VARI
or or or or or
SY SY SY SY SY
Hold DISPLAY + Hold + DISPLAY Hold + Display Hold and press Fs Press Fs button
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Basic Functions cont.
Function Slave reference, Time Code or ABS time Digital or Analog output mode selection Track Delay ALL Track Delay
Display LED ABS
To Enter Function SY Press & Hold press Digital In Hold press DISPLAY Hold press DISPLAY then Hold Rec. for track 1 & press Rec. for track 2 Hold press DISPLAY Hold press SHUTTLE Hold press CHASE Perform Rehearsal Perform Rehearsal Press & when Rehearsal or Auto In LED is blinking or On In TEST mode Hold +
+ DISPLAY + and press remote. Release & first then DISPLAY
To Enter Data or -
Remarks Press DISPLAY to exit This sets a 43Fs delay on all 8 tracks for digital dubbing. Display will exit automatically Press Track Assign to select track to delay. Press DISPLAY to exit If no change is made, individual track delay values are retained. Press DISPLAY to exit Press DISPLAY to exit When ON this will mute all tracks not in Rec Ready when in shuttle mode. Rec Ready tracks will switch to Input. Press DISPLAY to exit Press DISPLAY to exit Press DISPLAY + to Exit or DISPLAY to go to Punch out point Press DISPLAY + to Exit Press DISPLAY + to Exit Use or to scroll through letters. Press DISPLAY after each correct letter. Press & when done to Exit message mode. Reboot. Track Meters 1 & 2 show Block Error Rate in real time for playback heads A & B This enters the SY-88 Menu system This will exit SY-88 Menu system Allows front panel Record command on slave units. Must have SYS version.34.02 Requires Modification & SYS ver 61.03
or or or or or or or or or
Crossfade Shuttle Monitor Mode
OFFSET Tally, On / Off Punch In point Display & Modify Punch Out point Display & Modify Display Preroll and Enter or modify data Greeting
MEMO 1 MEMO 2 ABS
Display Errors Enter SY-88 Menu System Exit SY-88 Menu System Chase Record Enable 20dB or 16dB Headroom Select
Any TC ABS ABS SY SY
Press REMOTE button when in TEST mode Press & Hold DISPLAY press Hold press TC Rec button Hold press ALL INPUT
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SY-88 MENU FUNCTIONS
Software Version 4.01
These items are available after you enter the SY-88 Menu System by switching display to TC and pressing and simultaneously. Once in the Menu System, pressing DISPLAY will scroll forward through the Menu Items. Holding DISPLAY and pressing will scroll back to the previous Menu items, Holding DISPLAY and pressing will exit the Menu system.
Display Choices Item Default Item
Description Setting Default Dip Sw
1 Select DA-88 Time Base Select operating Frame rate: 30 ndF, 29 ndF, 29 dF, 25 F and 24 F 2 t Display Only Displays Frame Rate of time code recorded on tape 3 t.out tc Abs ABS to TC conversion off on The following menus are available DA-88 SYS Ver 3.10 or later, and SY-88 Ver 4.01 S1-#2 Must be in the down position for 9-pin control 4 ChS rEch FrEE Chase Mode rechase free S1 #vSync OFF on Video Sync Off On S1 #tCt. AnLG dGEL Time code timing analog digital S1 #rEnt. EnA dSA 9-pin Remote control Enable Disable 8 d. Device Type (See table 2) 9 pin device Ack. (See Table 2) S3 #1,2,rcdLy. Record delay (See Manual) Record Delay See Manual for settings 10 trKArm. on oFF Track arming enable disable S3 #tm. Track Mapping (See Table 3) Track Mapping See Table 3 for settings S3 #4&Shtmute Shuttle Mute dont mute mute 13 FASt. Fast wind speed X8 X100 S3 #CutLy. StP StL Cue up tally Stop Still S3 #morE More Menu No Yes The following Menu items are available only when item 15, more is set to v. Example 4.01. 3 Software Version (Display only) 17 rEchwd. Rechase Window 1 second 2 seconds S1 #vsy. FrEE rESy Video re-Sync mode Free Re-Sync 19 LtC. LEAP 5F LTC mode leap 5 frames S1 #tCrEc 9-pin TC record enable Disable Enable 21 PSP. mute on Pgm Spd Play mode mute dont mute 22 rESEt Reset to factory defaults 23 rEAd Read current hardware switch settings
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SY-88 MENU FUNCTION Tables
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DA-88 Power up sequences
System version 3.10 and up
Hold the following keys in combination while powering on the DA-88. REW FF STOP PLAY REC
RESULT Cleaning Mode. With ABS display selected, If and the number of cleaning cycles is displayed. POWER ON STOP VERSION RELEASE DATE D TIME DS TIME BOT STOP (at Beginning of Tape enter Stop mode) EOT STOP (at End of Tape enter Stop mode) SYS VERSION SY-88 VERSION PEAK HOLD ON (+ Clear to reset) PEAK HOLD OFF TEST MODE (when stop is pressed again) EOT REWIND (at End of Tape enter Rewind mode) SERVO VERSION BOT PLAY (at Beginning of tape enter Play mode) POWER ON PLAY
are pressed again,
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DA-88 ERROR NUMBERS AND THEIR DESCRIPTION
ERROR S-Err-01 S-Err-02 DESCRIPTION
Mechanical Problem (tape path, guide, drum motor, etc.) Irregular head drum speed. The drum motor spin command is given, but no tachometer pulses from the frequency generator (FG) coil are received for 1.5 seconds. This can happen if the tape has come in contact with lubricant from the mechanism. The Bernoulli ef fect explains how a spinning drum creates a cushion of air between the tape and the heads. The lubricant, however, will stop the head dead in it s tracks. S-Err-03 Combination of Errors 1 & 2 S-Err-04 Capstan Motor Problem. The motor spin command is given, but no FG signal is detected within 1.5 seconds. S-Err-05 Combination of Errors 1 & 4 S-Err-06 Combination of Errors 2 & 4 S-Err-07 Combination of Errors 1,2 &4 S-Err-08 Reel Problem (take-up or supply). No FG received from either reel table for 1.5 seconds. S-Err-09 Combination of Errors 1 & 8 S-Err-10 Combination of Errors 2 & 8 S-Err-11 Combination of Errors 1,2 & 8 (a mechanical mode change is not completed within 5 seconds). S-Err-12 Combination of Errors 4 & 8 S-Err-13 Combination of Errors 1,4 & 8 S-Err-14 Combination of Errors 2,4 & 8 S-Err-15 Combination of Errors 1,2,4 & 8 S-Err-21 The reel tables do not wind the tape in preparation for Eject. S-Err-31 The tape is loose or caught. Tape width varies within a specified tolerance. If the tape path has been adjusted for a narrow or easily flexed tape, a wider or stiffer tape may get caught in the guides. The System control monitors both reel table tachometers, as well as the Head and Capstan tachs. Any conflicting information will halt the transport. S-Err-41 The solenoid does not engage during FF/RW (100x speed). S-Err-59 In Eject mode, the reels do not start to drive, or do not lock for more than 1.5 seconds S-Err-68 In Play mode, the reels do not start to drive, or do not lock for more than 1.5 seconds. E.CLOC No clock data, or incorrect setting of the clock switch or machine time base reference. This could also indicate a mismatch in the machine ID K numbers and/or missing sync signal such as video or word clock. E.t cut The tape is broken. Ed io Digital I/O error. No digital device is detected at the T-DIF port. Check to see if cables are connected and power is on. You must use TASCAM cables or other individually shielded twisted pair cable. E.dE Dew sensor has detected condensation on the head drum. This occurs when a machine is brought from a cold to a warm area. Leave the machine powered so the heat from the electronics will evaporate the moisture. E.HI-8.t The tape is not a HI-8 formulation. You must use either a metal particle (MP) or metal evaporated (ME) HI-8 Tape. E.thin.t The tape inserted is too thin. Use a 90 or 120 minute tape. Clearing Errors Generally Errors can be cleared by re-booting the machine. However some errors require the machine be serviced immediately. This is usually the case with S-Err-11, as the tape could be locked in the transport.
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DA-88 Cleaning Procedure
The DA-88 incorporates an internal cleaning mechanism that not only cleans the rotary head but also the tape as it enters the tape path. The inclusion of this cleaning mechanism significantly reduces the need for manual cleaning, and all but eliminates the need to use the dry cleaning tape. Use of the dry cleaning tape will reduce the head life of the DA-88 by approximately 5 hours for every cleaning cycle, use is therefor reserved for situations when playback errors occur and a manual cleaning is not possible. If you elect to use the dry cleaning tape, RUN ONE PASS ONLY NOT MULTIPLE CYCLES. If this does not resolve the situation, a manual cleaning or alignment is required. The following is a suggested maintenance schedule. Note that the cleaning interval may be longer or shorter depending on your individual environmental conditions. 350 to 400 hours: Perform manual cleaning of heads and guides. Check tape path alignment after cleaning. (requires proper test and measurement equipment, and should be performed by qualified service personnel)
During third cleaning, (1000 hours) a complete alignment check is suggested. Remember, the duration between cleanings may vary depending on your environment. A dusty or smokey environment will shorten the cleaning cycle. Although most name brand tapes are of very high quality, it is possible to receive some bad stock. Most notably stock which exhibits excessive shedding. If you receive tape stock that sheds, immediately stop using it, and clean you transport.
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DA-88 Digital Dubbing
Requirements: 1 PW-88S Sync Cable 1 PW-88D Digital Dubbing Cable 1 RCA to RCA audio cable. (If dubbing Time code) 2 DA-88s (Both must have SY-88 Sync cards if dubbing Time code) 1 Pre-Formatted tape. Procedure: 1) With power off, connect Source DA-88 SYNC OUT to Target DA-88 SYNC IN using the PW-88 Sync cable. 2) With Power off, connect Source DA-88 DIGITAL I/O port to Target DIGITAL I/O port using the PW-88D Digital Dubbing cable. If dubbing Time code, connect TC Out from source DA-88 to TC In on the target DA-88 using the RCA to RCA audio cable. 3) Power On both DA-88s 4) On the Source DA-88, enter a 43 Fs Track Delay value for all 8 tracks. a) Press DISPLAY until ABS is selected. b) Hold the and press DIGITAL IN. The display will toggle between Analog and Digital. Select DIGITAL. c) If dubbing Time code, on Source DA-88 set menu Item 6 to Digital (old S1 #5 Up). 5) Load Master tape into Source DA-88 and the pre-formatted tape into the target DA-88. NOTE: Make certain that the master tape is WRITE PROTECTED. 6) Make certain that the REC FUNCTION switches on the Source DA-88 are NOT ENGAGED. 7) Engage REC FUNCTION switches on the Target DA-88 to arm all tracks. If dubbing Time code, engage the TC REC FUNCTION switch, but DO NOT start the generator. 8) Rewind both tapes to BOT 9) On the Target DA-88, engage DIGITAL IN, and CHASE. 10) On the Source DA-88, hold RECORD and press play.
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