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CAUTION: READ THIS BEFORE OPERATING YOUR UNIT.
1. This unit is a sophisticated mini disc recorder. To ensure
proper operation for the best possible performance, please read this manual carefully.
CAUTION FOR CARRYING THE UNIT
Before carrying the unit, first remove a disc from the unit, press POWER to turn the unit off, then disconnect the AC power plug from the wall outlet.
2. Install your unit in a cool, dry, clean place with good
ventilation. Avoid placing it in direct sunlight, near sources of heat, or in locations subject to vibration, excessive dust, heat, cold, or moisture. To avoid humming sounds, position the unit away from other electrical appliances, motors, and transformers.
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture. To avoid electrical shock, do not open the cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only.
3. Do not operate the unit upside-down. It may overheat,
possibly causing damage.
4. Do not place another component on top of this unit, to do
so may discolor or damage the surface of the unit.
Invisible laser radiation when open and interlock failed or defeated. Avoid direct exposure to beam.
5. Do not open the cabinet of this unit, to do so may result in
damage to the unit or electrical shock. If any foreign object or substance gets into the unit, contact your dealer for assistance.
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
6. When removing the power plug from the wall outlet,
always pull directly on the plug; never pull the cord itself.
7. Do not apply excessive force when operating switches and
Voltage Selector <General model only> The voltage selector on the rear panel of this unit must be set for your local main voltage BEFORE plugging into the AC power supply.
Voltages are 110/120/220/240 V AC, 50/60 Hz.
8. When moving the unit, be sure to first disconnect the
power cord from the AC outlet and disconnect all cords connecting the unit to other equipment.
9. To prevent damage by lightning, disconnect the power
cord from the wall outlet during an electrical storm.
10. Do not attempt to clean this unit with chemical solvents as
this may damage the finish. Use a clean, dry cloth.
11. Be sure to read the TROUBLESHOOTING section for
advice on common operating errors before concluding that your unit is faulty.
12. Keep this manual in a safe place for future reference. 13. The voltage to be used must be the same as that specified
on this unit. Using this unit with a higher voltage than that which is specified is dangerous and may result in a fire or other type of accident causing damage. YAMAHA will not be held responsible for any damage resulting from use of this unit with a voltage other than that which is specified.
Please check the copyright laws in your country to record from records, compact discs, radio, etc. Recording of copyright material may infringe copyright laws.
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT LASER KLASSE 1 PRODUKT LUOKAN 1 LASERLAITE KLASS 1 LASER APPARAT
This mini disc recorder is classified as a CLASS 1 LASER product. The CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT label is located on the rear exterior. (U.K., Europe and general models only)
Thank you for purchasing this YAMAHA product. We hope it will give you many years of trouble-free enjoyment. For the best performance, read this manual carefully. It will guide you in operating your YAMAHA product.
REMOTE CONTROL ~
REPEAT (P.9/P.10) S/F [ ! ] A-B [ ? ]
! S/F & RNDM ABC 1 PQR 6 SPACE +10 ? AB PROG DEF 2 STU 7 GHI 3 VWX 8 JKL 4 YZ 9 MNO 5 / 0 REPEAT ( ) DISPLAY SCROLL
! @ # $ %
PROG [ ] (P.10/P.11) RNDM [ & ] (P.9) Numbers [Characters] (P.7/P.22) CHAR. (P.22) TITLE (P.22) SEARCH ! (P.7/P.22) SKIP $ (P.7/P.22) PLAY # (P.7/P.13) PAUSE * (P.7/P.13) DISPLAY (P.8)
^ & * (
SCROLL (P.8) NUMBER (P.22) DELETE (P.22) SET (P.22) M-MARK (P.14) INPUT (P.12) MONO/ST (P.16) Special Record buttons TIME (P.15) SYNC (P.15)
SKIP TIME PLAY PAUSE STOP REC
CD-P (P.15) REC ? (P.12~P.16) STOP & (P.7/P.13/P.22)
Remote Control Operation Range
There should be no large obstacles between the remote control and the remote sensor on the main unit. Strong light (especially from an inverter type fluorescent lamp) shining directly on the remote sensor may prevent proper operation. In such cases, reposition the main unit to avoid direct light.
Battery replacement When you notice a decrease in the operating range of the remote control, replace both batteries with new ones. Notes
Use only AA, R6, UM-3 batteries for replacement. Be sure to insert the batteries with correct polarity (as illustrated on the battery compartment). Remove the batteries if the remote control will not be used for an extended period of time. If batteries leak, dispose of them immediately. Avoid touching the leaking material or letting it come into contact with clothing, etc. Clean the battery compartment thoroughly before installing new batteries.
Do not plug in this unit (or other components) until all connections are complete. Connections should be made to the correct input/output terminals on the other component. Also refer to the owners manual supplied with the component you are connecting. If the placement of this unit causes noise in other equipment, such as a tuner, move them farther apart.
Audio connecting cords (included)
IN (REC) OUT (PLAY)
OPTICAL IN (REC) OUT (PLAY)
Jog dial SEARCH !
! S/F & RNDM ABC 1 PQR 6 SPACE +10
? AB PROG DEF 2 STU 7 GHI 3 VWX 8 REPEAT (
JKL 4 YZ 9
MNO 5 / 0
SEARCH ! SKIP $
Example: To select track 3, press 3. To select track 13, press +10, then press 3. To select track 23, press +10 twice, then press 3.
1 Insert an MD.
Label facing up
To skip to the last track on the disc Turn the jog dial to the left when the display is showing the total tracks and total playing time.
To search forward during play or pause Press and hold SEARCH.
Arrow pointed toward disc insertion slot
To search in reverse during play or pause Press and hold SEARCH !. Notes
Sound can be heard when searching in play mode to help you locate the desired position within the track. No sound is heard when searching in pause mode, but the search is conducted at a higher speed. Search may not function correctly when there are several consecutive tracks consisting of only a few seconds each.
2 Press #/* (PLAY # on the remote) to start
3 Adjust the volume using the volume control
on your amplifier or receiver.
To pause Press #/* (PAUSE * on the remote). Press again to resume playback (or press PLAY # on the remote).
Switching the Display
When you insert an MD, the disc title is displayed automatically. Press DISPLAY during stop or playback to display other information, such as the remaining time and track titles.
During playback Press DISPLAY repeatedly to display the following information.
1 Current track number and elapsed time
DISC TRACK TOTAL REMAIN
2 Time remaining on the current track
3 Track title
If the track has not been given a name, No Title is displayed.
During stop Press DISPLAY repeatedly to display the following information.
1 Number of tracks and total playing time
Total playing time
To view the entire disc (track) title If the disc (track) title is too long to fit in the display, press SCROLL to move the title sequentially across the display. While the title is being displayed, press SCROLL to pause the display, and again to continue presentation of the title. Press and hold SCROLL for rapid presentation of the title.
2 Time remaining on the MD (only for recordable
MDs) REMAIN indicator
Time remaining on the MD
3 Disc title
If the disc has not been given a name, No Title is displayed.
You can have the unit play all the tracks on a disc in random order.
You can have the unit repeat a single track, a full disc, or just part of a track.
S/F REPEAT A-B REPEAT
& RNDM ABC 1 PQR 6 SPACE +10
REC SYNC PLAY CD-P
SKIP TIME PAUSE STOP REC
To start random playback Press RANDOM (RNDM on the remote). The RANDOM indicator lights up and _ _ _ : appears in the display while the unit selects a track. Playback starts automatically. To cancel Press & (STOP & on the remote) to stop playback. The RANDOM indicator turns off and random playback is canceled. Note
Pressing SKIP during random play skips to another track at random. Pressing SKIP $ returns to the beginning of the current track (you cannot return to previously played tracks).
Single Track Repeat / Full Disc Repeat
Press S/F REPEAT repeatedly to light the REPEAT S or REPEAT F indicators.
To repeat the single track, light the REPEAT S indicators.
To repeat the full disc, light the REPEAT F indicators.
To cancel Press S/F REPEAT repeatedly to turn off the REPEAT S or REPEAT F indicators. Notes on Full Disc Repeat
In program play mode, the entire program is played repeatedly. In random play mode, the unit reshuffles the tracks and plays them again after each track plays once.
Part (A-B) Repeat
This function lets you repeat a specific part of a track. Its a convenient way to study a language, or to learn the lyrics to your favorite song (etc.).
This function lets you enjoy listening to your favorite tracks in any order you desire.
1 Press A-B REPEAT during playback to
specify the beginning (A point) of the part you want to repeat.
The REPEAT A indicators light up.
! ? AB PROG DEF 2 STU 7 GHI 3 VWX 8 JKL 4 YZ 9 MNO 5 / 0 REPEAT ( ) DISPLAY SCROLL
S/F & RNDM ABC 1 PQR 6 SPACE +10
2 Press A-B REPEAT again to specify the
end (B point) of the part you want to repeat.
This unit allows you to make recordings from a wide variety of program sources (both analog and digital). When recording an analog source (such as an FM broadcast or cassette) this unit converts the analog signals to a 44.1 kHz digital signal before recording them onto the MD. When recording a digital source, this unit converts the digital signals to 44.1 kHz for recording onto the MD. However, if you are recording a 44.1 kHz source signal (such as a CD) there is no conversion. This unit can record 32, 44.1 and 48 kHz digital signals. Preparations Be sure to set the TIMER switch to OFF, then press POWER to turn this unit on. Set your amplifier or receiver to the program source to be recorded.
2 Press INPUT repeatedly to select the input
connected to the sound source you want to record.
For LINE IN 4 DIGITAL IN OPTICAL 1 DIGITAL IN OPTICAL 2 Input indicator
ANALOG DISC TRACK TOTAL DIGITAL OPT. REMAIN COAX.
3244.148 kHz RANDOM PROGRAM
Select ANALOG DIGITAL OPT. 1 DIGITAL OPT. 2
(Source) sampling frequency indicators* * Appears when digital signal is input.
3 Locate the point where you want to start
NATURAL SOUND MINIDISC RECORDER MDX596 POWER
2 REC LEVEL
When recording on a blank MD Skip this step. To start recording from the end of a previous recording Press & to set this unit to stop mode. To record over a previous recording Turn the jog dial (or press SKIP $ or on the remote) to select a track (recording starts from the beginning of the deleted track), or press #/* (PAUSE * on the remote) during playback to pause at the point where you want to start recording.
4 Press REC (REC on the remote) to set this
unit to record pause mode.
The REC * indicators light up. REC Standby and the amount of time available for recording flash alternately in the display. If you selected a track number or paused playback (in step 3) to record over a previous recording OverWrite OK? appears in the display. To confirm, press ENTER. This operation will erase the selected track number (or point) and all subsequent material. To cancel, press CANCEL (or &). Adjust the recording level corresponding to the audio input you selected in step 2. Refer to Adjusting Recording Levels on page 13 for more details. Note When recording from a digital source that has a digital output (volume) control, set the output level (volume) to MAX. Recording may not be possible at low output levels (when the digital volume is turned down).
PAUSE * STOP &
5 Press #/* (PLAY # on the remote) to start
Using the Fade-in and Fade-out Functions
When making recordings, it is possible to fade-in at the beginning of a recording and fade-out at the end of a recording. This function is useful for custom recording of songs and other material. Fading in to a recording
Press M-MARK on the remote repeatedly to select automatic (MANUAL indicator out) or manual (MANUAL indicator lit) marking.
Press REC (REC on the remote) in step 5 of the recording procedure described on pages 12 and 13.
Fade in is displayed and recording begins with a 10 second fade-in. (During the fade-in, the volume of the source being recorded is gradually increased to the set recording level.)
When recording analog signals Auto : Track numbers are written in synchronization with the input level of the signal being recorded. During recording, if no sound is detected for more than 1.5 seconds, the recorder interprets this to be a gap between two tracks. When the source signal is detected again, a track number is automatically written. Manual : One track number is written automatically when you start recording, but none are written during recording. To mark a track number, press M-MARK at the desired position while recording. Note
When using manual marking, the marks must be set at least 4 seconds apart.
Fading out of a recording
Press REC (REC on the remote) while making a recording.
Fade out is displayed and a 10 second fade-out is performed. Following the fade-out, this unit is set to the record pause mode. (During the fade-out, the volume of the source being recorded is gradually decreased to the minimum level.)
When recording digital signals Track numbers are written in the same positions as the original source (CD, etc.) with either automatic or manual marking. To add additional track numbers, set M-MARK to MANUAL and press M-MARK at the desired position while recording. Notes
When recording is paused, the portion recorded up to the pause is counted as an individual track. When recording is resumed, a new track number is created. During synchronized recording, manual track marking is not possible.
TIME RESCUE RECORDING
The Time Rescue (TIME) recording function allows you to start recording six seconds before you press record. During record pause mode, the MD recorder monitors the input signal and continuously maintains a six second memory cache. Therefore, you can record a song that just started without cutting off the beginning. You may find this function useful when recording live broadcasts, or when you want to start recording from the beginning of a song without recording lots of commercials (etc.).
The synchronized recording function lets you set this unit to start recording automatically when a sound signal is input. When operating this unit in combination with a remote controllable Yamaha CD player, you can use the CD-P button on this units remote control to start playback from the CD player.
NATURAL SOUND MINIDISC RECORDER MDX596 POWER EJECT
REC TIMER OFF PLAY
RANDOM S/F REPEAT AB DISPLAY SCROLL TITLE CHARA. DELETE EDIT SET SEARCH INPUT
Press ) EJECT to remove the disc. 2 Press INPUT repeatedly to select the input
connected to the sound source you want to monitor.
Press MONO/ST to light the MONO indicator after step 3 of the recording procedure described on pages 12 and 13.
3 Press REC.
MONITOR OUT appears in the display. Sound from the selected input will be output from this units analog and digital output terminals.
4 Start playing the sound source selected in step
The sound is output from the MD recorders analog and digital output terminals.
To cancel Press REC again, press &, or insert a disc. Note
The digital volume can be adjusted when using the monitor out function.
PROTECTING A RECORDED MD
Slide the tab to open the slot.
To protect a recorded MD, slide the tab on the side of the MD to open the slot. In this position, the MD cannot be used for recording, editing, or titling. To record, edit, or title the MD, slide the tab to close the slot. If the MD is protected against erasure, Protected appears in the display.
One of the main advantages of MD is its editing capabilities. You can remove the commercials from a radio broadcast, reorder songs into the order you want, remove songs, combine songs, and even remove part of a song. This unit offers the following editing operations. (Please note that track numbers are updated automatically when you perform a ERASE, MOVE, COMBINE or DIVIDE operation.)
Lets you erase a track, the entire disc, or part of a track. You can also erase the title of a disc, or the titles of tracks on a disc.
EDIT Jog ! dial
Lets you move a track to a different track number.
Lets you combine two adjacent tracks.
The ability to erase sound without having to re-record is a convenient function of MD. You can erase the entire disc, a single track, or just part of a track.
Lets you split a single track into two different tracks.
This operation lets you erase all audio and title (character) data to create a blank MD. Please note that once erased, this data can be recovered using the UNDO function.
TOC WRITE (P.21)
Lets you write TOC information to the disc so that changes are saved.
FRA CHECK (P.21)
Lets you recover disc space that may have been lost after multiple edit operations.
Lets you undo the previous edit operation if you make a mistake (you cannot, however, undo the UNDO function).
1 Press & to set this unit to stop mode. 2 Press EDIT repeatedly to display Disc
Erase?, then press ENTER.
Disc Erase OK? appears in the display.
Notes on editing
To cancel an edit Press CANCEL (or &). Before editing Make sure that the MD is not protected against erasure. If the MD is protected, you cannot edit the MD. Slide the tab to close the slot on the side of the MD. After editing Update the TOC information by pressing ) EJECT or using TOC WRITE function.
3 Press ENTER again.
When all audio, name and title data has been erased Complete appears momentarily.
Continued on next page
This operation lets you erase a single track as well as corresponding title data. After you erase the track, the total number of tracks decreases by one and all tracks following that track are renumbered. Example: Erasing track 3
This operation lets you erase part of a track.
1 Play the track containing the part you want to
2 Use SEARCH ! or to locate the
beginning of the part you want to erase (point A), then press #/* to pause at that point.
1 Turn the jog dial to select the track you want
3 Press EDIT repeatedly to display AB
Point A (from step 2) is registered and Erase A_ appears in the display.
2 Press EDIT repeatedly to display Erase ?,
then press ENTER.
(track number) Erase OK? appears in the display.
The track is erased and Complete appears momentarily.
4 Use #/* and SEARCH to locate the end
of the part you want to erase (point B).
5 Press ENTER to register point B.
If you plan to erase two or more tracks
To avoid confusion you should always erase from higher track numbers to lower track numbers. This prevents accidental renumbering of tracks you plan to erase. Check appears momentarily in the display, and two second segments of the track immediately before point A and after point B play repeatedly. Erase AB? appears in the display. To adjust points A and B Pressing EDIT repeatedly displays + A Point = and + B Point = alternately. Adjust the selected point by turning the jog dial in the direction you want to move the point. Each point can be adjusted up to 2 seconds (176 steps) in either direction.
This function lets you combine two consecutive tracks into one. After you combine the tracks, the total number of tracks decreases by one and the tracks following the combined tracks are renumbered. Example: Combining tracks 2 and 3
This function lets you divide one track into two separate tracks by adding a new track number to a specified point in the track. Example: Dividing track 3
1 Press & to stop playback. 2 Turn the jog dial to select the second track of
the two you want to combine.
1 Play the track you want to divide. 2 Use SEARCH ! or to locate the point
where you want to divide the track, then press #/* to pause at that position.
3 Press EDIT repeatedly to display
Combine ?, then press ENTER.
Check appears momentarily, then the MD recorder plays the 4 seconds before and after the point where the tracks will be connected. (track number) + (track number) OK? appears in the display.
3 Press EDIT repeatedly to display Divide ?,
Check appears momentarily, then Divide OK ? appears and the MD recorder starts repeating the point where the track will be divided.
4 Press ENTER again.
The tracks are combined and Complete appears momentarily.
4 If necessary, use the jog dial to adjust the
position of the point where the track will be divided.
The dividing position can be adjusted up to 2 second (255 steps) in either direction.
This operation is not possible when track 1 is selected. You can also divide the track later using the DIVIDE function. If Cant Edit appears in the display, the tracks cannot be combined. This sometimes happens when you have edited the same track many times. This is due to the technical limitations of the MD system and is neither a mechanical error nor a malfunction.
5 Press ENTER.
The track is divided and Complete appears momentarily. Note
You can also combine the tracks later using the COMBINE function.
The UNDO function lets you immediately return to the condition before an edit is made (note: you cannot undo an edit once you press any other button). 1 Press & to stop the MD recorder. 2 Press EDIT repeatedly to display Undo ____ *1, then press ENTER.
Undo OK ? appears in the display. To cancel undoing, press CANCEL (or &).
This unit features two disc maintenance functions which optimize performance of your MD discs. The TOC WRITE function allows you to write any edits to the TOC without having to eject the disc. The FRA CHECK function recovers recordable space on a disc that may have been lost because of multiple edit operations.
receiver to MD.
3 Set the timer to the times at which you want to
start and stop playback.
4 Set TIMER to PLAY.
When the preset time arrives, the timer turns on the components (amplifier/receiver and MD recorder) and the MD recorder starts to play. When the stop time arrives, the timer stops the playback by turning off the components.
Timer Recording 1 Turn on the power of each component, then set
your tuner to the station you want to record.
Playback always starts from the beginning of the MD. Set TIMER to OFF when not using the timer play function. If the power is turned on (by pressing POWER, plugging in the power cord, etc.) when TIMER is set to PLAY, the MD recorder will start to play and may cause a sudden output at high volume.
2 Set this units recording options.
Select digital or analog inputs, auto or manual marking, stereo or mono recording and then set the recording level.
3 Turn down the volume on your amplifier/
This has no effect on the recording level.
4 Set the timer to the times at which you want to
start and stop recording.
We recommend setting the timer to start a few minutes before and stop a few minutes after the actual broadcast to leave some room for later editing.
5 Set TIMER to REC.
When the preset time arrives, the timer turns on the components (amplifier/receiver, tuner and MD recorder) and the MD recorder starts to record. When the stop time arrives, the timer stops the recording by turning off the components.
When recording to a blank MD, recording starts from the beginning. When recording to a previously recorded MD, recording starts from the end of the last track. Set TIMER to OFF when not using the timer recording function. If the power is turned on (by pressing POWER, plugging in the power cord, etc.) when TIMER is set to REC, the MD recorder will start recording automatically. When timer recording is performed, the recorded contents are not written to the MD until the the unit is turned on again. When the unit is turned on, TOC Writing appears in the display. While this message appears, do not subject the unit to shock or vibration or turn off the power. During timer recording, recording is stopped when there is no remaining recording time on the MD.
MD SYSTEM LIMITATIONS
The recording system in your MD recorder is radically different from those used in cassette and DAT decks and is characterized by the limitations described below. Note, however, that these limitations are inherent to the MD recording system and are not a result of mechanical trouble. Tracks created through editing may exhibit sound dropout during search operations. Track numbers are not recorded correctly Incorrect assignment or recording of track numbers may result when CD tracks are divided into several smaller tracks during digital recording. It is not possible to erase part of a track using the A-B ERASE function This unit organizes the audio data in sound groups and clusters. The minimum size of these units varies according to the number of channels being recorded. For a 2 channel (stereo) recording, a single unit may not consist of less than 10 seconds of sound. For one channel (mono) recording, a single unit may not consist of less than 20 seconds of sound. Limitations when recording over an existing track The correct remaining recording time may not be displayed. You may find it impossible to record over a track if that track has been recorded over several times already. If this happens, erase the track using the ERASE function. The remaining recording time may be shortened out of proportion to the total recorded time. Recording over a track to eliminate noise is not recommended since this may shorten the duration of the track. You may find it impossible to label a track while recording over another track. The correct recorded/playing time may not be displayed during playback of MDs recorded in monaural.
Cant REC is displayed before the maximum recording time (60, 74 or 80 minutes) has been reached Once 255 tracks have been recorded on one MD, Cant REC is displayed regardless of the total recorded time. More than 255 tracks cannot be recorded on one MD. To continue recording, erase unnecessary tracks, combine tracks to reduce the total number of tracks, or use another recordable MD. Disc Full is displayed before the maximum number of tracks (255) have been recorded During automatic track marking, fluctuations in emphasis within songs may be interpreted as song intervals, increasing the total number of tracks and causing Disc Full to be displayed. The remaining recording time does not increase even after erasing numerous short tracks Tracks under 12 seconds in length are not counted and so erasing them may not lead to an increase in the recording time. TOC Reading is displayed continuously The TOC Reading display lasts longer than normal when a brand new (blank) disc is inserted. The total recorded time and the remaining time on the MD do not total to the maximum recording time Recording is done in minimum units of 2 seconds each, no matter how short the material. The contents recorded may thus be shorter than the maximum recording capacity. Disc space may also be further reduced by scratches. This unit displays the length of the largest continuous blank area as the remaining time. Therefore, if there are several separate blank spaces, the remaining time will only display a time equivalent to the largest continuous blank space. If there is a 1 minute blank space and a 2 minute blank space, the remaining time display will be 2 minutes. If you then record 1 minute and 30 seconds of the 2 minute blank, the remaining time display will become 1 minute.
As a digital audio component, this MD recorder conforms with the Serial Copy Management System (SCMS) standards. The Serial Copy Management System restricts copies made by recording digital signals to first-generation copies only. Therefore, an MD recorded through a digital input cannot be used as a source for making another digital recording. Care of MDs Do not expose the MD to direct sunlight or heat sources such as hot air ducts, nor leave it in a car parked in direct sunlight as there can be a considerable rise in temperature inside the car. Periodically remove dust and debris from the cartridge surface by wiping it with a dry cloth. Because the MD itself is housed in a cartridge, you can handle it normally without being concerned about dirt or fingerprints. However, malfunctioning may result if the cartridge itself is dirty or warped. Do not open the shutter on the MD cartridge Trying to force the shutter open will damage the shutter.
If your MD recorder fails to operate normally, check the following table. It lists common operating errors and simple measures which you can take to correct the problem. If it cannot be corrected, or the symptom is not listed, disconnect the recorders power cord and contact your authorized YAMAHA dealer or service center for help.
The unit does not respond to operations.
MD is dirty or damaged. MD is damaged (UTOC ERR appears in the display). There is an influence of strong external noise (lightning, excessive static electricity, etc.) or a misoperation was performed while using this unit. Moisture is on the laser pickup.
Replace the current disc with a new one.
It happens that this unit does not work normally.
Turn the power off and disconnect the AC power from the AC outlet. After about 30 seconds have passed, connect the power and try again.
Playback is not possible.
The power is OFF. The disc has been loaded incorrectly.
An unrecorded (blank) MD was loaded (Blank Disc appears in the display). Recording is not possible. The disc is write protected (Protected appears in the display). A pre-mastered MD is loaded (Playback MD appears in the display). The source is not connected correctly. The input setting is incorrect. The recording level is too low. The digital output level of the digital source is too low. There is not enough blank space left on the MD. If the power cord was unplugged or there was a power outage during recording, that recording may be lost. The MD cannot be removed when partially inserted. Excessive noise. The carriage lock function has activated. The unit is too close to the television or other component. The batteries are exhausted. The remote control transmitter is operated from an incorrect distance or angle. The remote control sensor is located in strong direct light.
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