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|acb||9:16am on Thursday, September 2nd, 2010|
|Absolute Solid build and sound I have owned this machone for 14 months and has been the perfect recording facility. It has a PC, DAB.|
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|Absolute Solid build and sound I have owned this machone for 14 months and has been the perfect recording facility. It has a PC, DAB.|
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Displays disc and track names, Edit Menu parameters, and Setup Menu parameters (etc.). The track name appears instead of the disc name during play. When the MD or the track has no name, No Name appears.
Lights when the track information (etc.) is shown.
C Playback indicators REP indicators (26)
These indicators turn off during stereo recording/ playback. MONO lights when the deck is set to Monaural Recording mode or playing an MD recorded in Monaural Recording mode. LP2 lights when the deck is set to LP2 Stereo Recording mode or playing an MD recorded in LP2 Stereo Recording mode. LP4 lights when the deck is set to LP4 Stereo Recording mode or playing an MD recorded in LP4 Stereo Recording mode.
SYNC indicator (21)
Light when the deck is set to Repeat Play. REP lights when the deck is set to repeat the entire disc. REP 1 lights when the deck is set to repeat just one track. REP A-B lights when the deck is set to repeat a specific portion within a track.
SHUF indicator (27)
Lights during synchro-recording.
Lights during recording.
TOC indicators (16) (31)
TOC lights to indicate the presence of TOC data that has not been written to the disc. TOC flashes when the TOC data is being written. TOC EDIT lights during edit operations.
E INPUT indicators (14)
Lights when the deck is set to Shuffle Play.
PGM indicator (27)
Lights when the deck is set to Program Play.
OPT1 lights when the program source is connected to the DIGITAL OPTICAL IN1 connector.
Lights during playing or playing pause.
Rear panel description
OPT2 lights when the program source is connected to the DIGITAL OPTICAL IN2 connector. COAX lights when the program source is connected to the DIGITAL COAXIAL IN jack. ANALOG lights when the program source is connected to the ANALOG IN jacks.
F Music calender Location and Function of Controls
I O C I 2 I
C I O 1 I
I O C O
C I O O
Shows all the track numbers within a grid if the MD is a premastered disc, or without a grid if the MD is a recordable disc. If the total number of tracks exceeds 15, B appears to the right of number 15 in the music calendar.
Under normal conditions, the batteries should last for about six months. When the remote no longer operates the deck, replace both batteries with new ones.
Do not leave the remote in an extremely hot or humid place. Do not drop any foreign object into the remote casing, particularly when replacing the batteries. Do not use a new battery with an old one. Do not expose the remote sensor to direct sunlight or lighting apparatus. Doing so may cause a malfunction. If you dont use the remote for an extended period of time, remove the batteries to avoid possible damage from battery leakage and corrosion.
Hooking up the audio components
CONTROL A1 AC power cord
to a wall outlet
CD player, DBS tuner, etc.1), Digital amplifier, DAT deck, MD deck, etc.2)
1) Digital equipment with a DIGITAL OUT connector only 2) Digital equipment with both DIGITAL IN and OUT connectors
A Audio connecting cords (2) (supplied)
Hookup considerations Turn off the power of all components before making any connections. Do not connect any AC power cord until all the connections are completed. Be sure the connections are firm to prevent hum and noise. Jacks (connectors) for connecting audio components
Connect Amplifiers CD players or DBS tuners To the ANALOG IN/OUT jacks DIGITAL COAXIAL IN jack or DIGITAL OPTICAL IN1) connector
When connecting an audio connecting cord, be sure to match the color-coded pins to the appropriate jacks: white (left) to white and red (right) to red. White (L) Red (R) White (L) Red (R)
B Optical cables (3) (only one supplied)
When connecting an optical cable, take the caps off the connectors and insert the cable plugs straight in until they click into place. Do not bend or tie the optical cables.
C Coaxial digital connecting cables (2) (not supplied)
DIGITAL COAXIAL IN/OUT Digital amplifiers, DAT decks, jacks or DIGITAL OPTICAL or another MD deck IN1)/OUT connectors 1) There is no distinction of IN1 and IN2 connectors.
To connect a CONTROL A1 compatible component
Adjusting the recording level/Recording tips
To stop Input Monitor
Press x. Erasing blank portions automatically (Smart Space/Auto Cut) The deck can be set to automatically erase any blanks that are produced when the signal is interrupted during recording. The function that activates (Smart Space or Auto Cut) depends on the length of the interruption, as described below.
Marking track numbers while recording (Track
You can mark track numbers either manually or automatically while recording. By marking track numbers at specific points, you can quickly locate the points later or edit the MD easily.
REC z MENU/NO YES
If the signal is interrupted for less than 30 seconds, Smart Space replaces the blank portion with a blank space of about three seconds, then continues the recording. Smart Space appears in the display during this time.
If the signal is interrupted for about 30 seconds, Auto Cut replaces the blank portion with a blank space of about three seconds, then pauses the recording. Auto Cut appears in the display during this time. Do the procedure below to turn Smart Space and Auto Cut on or off.
Marking track numbers manually (Manual Track Marking)
While recording, press REC z at the point where you want to add a track number.
Turn AMS (or press./> repeatedly) until S.Space On appears, then press AMS or YES. Turn AMS (or press./> repeatedly) to select the setting, then press AMS or YES. To Turn on Smart Space and Auto Cut Turn off Smart Space and Auto Cut Select S.Space On (factory setting) S.Space Off
Marking track numbers automatically (Automatic Track Marking) When recording from a CD player or MD deck connected to a DIGITAL IN connector, the deck marks track numbers in the same sequence as the source. When recording from other sources connected to the DIGITAL IN connector or a source connected to the ANALOG IN jacks, do the procedure below to mark track numbers automatically. However, you cannot mark track numbers automatically if the sound source to be recorded is noisy (e.g., tapes or radio programs).
Recording starts automatically.
To stop Music Synchro-recording
The CD player changes to play standby and the MD deck changes to recording standby.
During Music Synchro-recording, Smart Space and Auto Cut will operate regardless of their setting (S.Space On or S.Space Off).
Press CD-SYNC START.
The deck starts recording and the CD player starts to play. The track number and elapsed recording time of the track appear in the display.
If the CD player does not start playing
Some CD players may not respond when you press CDSYNC START. Press X on the CD players remote instead to start play on the CD player.
Synchro-recording with the audio component of your choice/Synchro-recording with a Sony CD player
Operations you may want to do during CD Synchro-recording To Stop recording Pause recording Locate the next track to be recorded during recording pause Resume recording after pausing Check the remaining recordable time on the MD Recording to MDs
Press CD-SYNC STOP CD-SYNC STANDBY or CD PLAYER X CD PLAYER./> CD-SYNC START or CD PLAYER X TIME (page 18)
When you record tracks from certain CD or multi-disc players, the entire material may be recorded as a single track. The Disc Memo Copy Function may not operate for extremely short CD tracks. Text information may not be copied for some CDs.
Making a CD Synchro-recording from a Sony CD player connected with a control A1 cable
Do steps 1 to 3 of Synchro-recording with a Sony CD player on page 21. Set the CD player to playing pause mode. Press REC z on the deck.
z You can use the remote of the CD player during CD
The MD deck changes to recording pause.
Press H or X on the deck.
Press H x X
To change the deck to Recording Recording pause Recording pause
And change the CD player to Play Stop Pause
The deck starts recording and the CD player starts to play. When CD play finishes, recording stops.
z During CD Synchro-recording, track numbers are
marked in the following ways:
Locating a particular point in a track
You can locate a particular point in a track during play or play pause.
Playing a track by entering the track number Z
Press the number button(s) to enter the track number of the track you want to play. To enter a track number over 25
Press >25. Enter the corresponding digits.
Locating a point while monitoring the sound
During play, press down m/M until you reach the point you want.
To enter 0, press 10 instead.
To play track number 30, press >25, then 3 and 10. To play track number 108, press >25 twice, then 1, 10, and 8.
You will hear intermittent playing as the disc goes forward or in reverse. When you reach the point you want, release the button.
z If you enter a track number while the deck is paused
The deck will still be paused at the beginning of the track.
If the MD reaches the end while youre pressing M, the deck stops. Tracks that are only a few seconds long may be too short for monitoring. For such tracks, play the MD at normal speed.
Locating a point by observing the time indication
During play pause, press down m/M until you reach the point you want.
When you reach the point you want, release the button. To start playing, press H or X. No sound is output during this time.
z When Over appears in the display
The MD has reached the end while youre pressing M. Turn AMS counterclockwise (or press.) or press m to go back.
Playing a specific track/Locating a particular point in a track
Playing tracks repeatedly
You can play an entire MD repeatedly. This function can be used with Shuffle Play to repeat all the tracks in random order (page 27), or with Program Play to repeat all the tracks in the program you have created (page 27). You can also repeat a specific track or portion within a track.
Repeating the current track (Repeat 1 Play)
While the track you want to repeat is being played, press REPEAT repeatedly until Repeat 1 appears in the display.
Repeat 1 Play starts.
To stop Repeat 1 Play
To resume normal play
Press REPEAT repeatedly until Repeat Off appears in the display. Repeating a specific portion within a track (Repeat A-B Play) Z
. m > M z
You can specify one portion within a track to be played repeatedly. Note that the portion that you specify must be within the boundaries of a single track.
While the deck is playing, press AyB at the starting point (point A) of the portion to be played repeatedly.
REP A- lights up and B flashes in the display.
If you turn off the deck or disconnect the AC power cord, the deck will store the last setting of the repeat play (Repeat All or Repeat 1) and recall it the next time you turn on the deck.
Continue playing the track or press M to locate the ending point (point B), then press AyB.
REP A-B lights up and Repeat A-B Play starts.
To stop Repeat A-B Play and resume normal play
Repeating all the tracks on the MD (Repeat All Play)
Press REPEAT repeatedly until Repeat All appears in the display.
Press REPEAT or CLEAR.
z You can set a new starting point and ending point
during Repeat A-B Play
When you play an MD, the deck repeats the tracks as follows:
When the play mode is Normal play (page 23) Shuffle Play (page 27) Program Play (page 27) To stop Repeat All Play The deck repeats All the tracks in sequence All the tracks in random order All the tracks in the program in sequence
You can change the current ending point to a new starting point, then specify a new ending point to repeat a portion right after the current portion. 1 During Repeat A-B Play, press AyB. The current ending point changes to the new starting point (point A). REP A- lights up and B flashes in the display. 2 Locate the new ending point (point B) and press AyB. REP A-B lights up and the deck starts to repeat the newly specified portion.
Press REPEAT repeatedly until Repeat Off appears in the display.
Playing tracks in random order (Shuffle Play)
When you select Shuffle Play, the deck plays all the tracks on the MD in random order.
Creating your own program (Program Play)
You can pick out the tracks that you like and specify the playing order in a program containing up to 25 tracks.
H MENU/NO YES
PLAY MODE DISPLAY/CHAR
While the deck is stopped, press PLAY MODE repeatedly (or SHUFFLE once) until SHUF lights up in the display. Press H.
Shuffle Play starts. ; appears while the deck is shuffling the tracks.
While the deck is stopped, press PLAY MODE repeatedly (or CONTINUE once) until SHUF turns off.
z You can locate tracks during Shuffle Play
Turn AMS (or press./> repeatedly). To locate the next track or a later track to be played, turn AMS clockwise (or press > repeatedly). To locate the beginning of the current track, turn AMS counterclockwise (or press.). Note that you cannot locate and play the tracks that have already been played once.
Programing the tracks
Turn AMS (or press./> repeatedly) until Program ? appears, then press AMS or YES. Turn AMS (or press./> repeatedly) until the track number you want to add to the program appears, then press AMS or M (or use the number button(s) to enter the track directly). If you entered the wrong track number
Press m/M repeatedly until the wrong track number flashes, then do step 3 above again or press CLEAR to erase the track number. If 0 flashes, press m so that the last track number flashes, then enter a correct number.
To enter a track number over 25 Z
Use >25. For details, see page 25.
Playing tracks in random order/Creating your own program
Repeat step 3 to enter other tracks.
Do the following: Press m/M repeatedly until the track number which will precede the new track flashes. Press AMS to display flashing 0, then do steps 3 to 5 of Programing the tracks on page 27. Press M repeatedly until 0 flashes after the last track number, then do steps 3 to 5 of Programing the tracks on page 27. Press m/M repeatedly until the number of the track to be changed flashes, then do steps 3 to 5 of Programing the tracks on page 27.
The entered track is added to the location where the 0 flashes. Each time you enter a track, the total program time appears in the display.
Add a track in the middle of the program
Complete!! appears and the program is completed.
Press PLAY MODE repeatedly (or PROGRAM once) until PGM lights up in the display. Press H.
Add a track to the end of the program
Program Play starts.
To stop Program Play
Replace a track
Press PLAY MODE repeatedly (or CONTINUE once) until PGM turns off.
z The program remains even after Program Play ends or
Press H to play the program again.
If you turn off the deck or disconnect the AC power cord, the program will be lost. The display shows - - -. - - when the total playing time of the program exceeds 999 minutes. ProgramFull appears when you try to program the 26th track.
Checking the order of the program
While the deck is stopped and PGM lights up, press DISPLAY/CHAR (or DISPLAY) repeatedly.
The first several tracks in the program appear in the display. To see the rest of the program, turn AMS (or press./> repeatedly). Changing the contents of the program While the deck is stopped and PGM lights up, do steps 1 and 2 of Programing the tracks on page 27, followed by one of the procedures below:
A flashing cursor appears in the display.
z When Overwrite ? appears in step 5 above
The track or the disc selected in step 5 already has a name. If you wish to replace the name, press AMS or YES again while the indication appears in the display.
Select the character type as follows. To select Uppercase letters Lowercase letters Numbers and symbols1) 1) Only Press CHAR repeatedly until Selected AB appears in the display CHAR repeatedly until Selected ab appears in the display NUM repeatedly until Selected 12 appears in the display. , / ? ! ( ) can be selected.
Renaming a track or MD Z
Press NAME while the deck is in one of the operating modes listed below, depending on what you want to rename: To rename A track The MD Press while the deck is Playing, paused, recording, or stopped with the track number displayed Stopped with total number of tracks displayed
Enter a character using letter/number buttons.
When you press each button, the cursor shifts to the right. You can also select a character by pressing./ >.
Repeat steps 2 and 3 to enter the rest of the name. To change a character
A track or disc name appears in the display.
Press m/M repeatedly until the character to be changed flashes, press CLEAR to erase the character, then repeat steps 2 and 3.
Press down CLEAR until the selected name is erased completely. Do steps 5 to 8 of Naming a track or an MD using the controls on the deck on page 35 or steps 2 to 4 of Naming a track or an MD using the remote on page 36. Press NAME.
Press MENU/NO or x. Erasing a track or disc name Copying a track or disc name You can copy an existing track or disc name and use it to name another track on the same disc or the disc itself. Use this function to erase the name of a track or disc.
While the deck is stopped, playing, recording, or paused, press MENU/NO.
Turn AMS (or press./> repeatedly) until Name ? appears, then press AMS or YES.
Turn AMS (or press./> repeatedly) until Nm Erase ? appears, then press AMS or YES. Turn AMS (or press./> repeatedly) until the number of the track (when erasing the track name) or Disc (when erasing the disc name) flashes, then press AMS or YES.
Changing the recorded level after recording
You can change the volume of recorded tracks using S.F (Scale Factor) Edit. The original track is recorded over at the new recording level. When changing the recording level, you can select Fade-in Recording to gradually increase the signal level at the start of recording, or Fadeout Recording to gradually decrease the signal level at the end of recording.
S.F EDIT YES
Complete!! appears for a few seconds and the name is erased.
Press MENU/NO or x. Erasing all the names on the MD You can erase all the track names and the disc name on an MD in a single operation.
During play (for Fade-out Play) or recording (for Fadeout Recording), press FADER.
B flashes in the display and the deck performs Fade-out Play or Fade-out Recording for five seconds (factory setting) until the counter reaches 0.0s, then pauses.
Changing the pitch/Fading in and fading out
z You can change the duration of Fade-in and Fade-out
1 While the deck is stopped, press MENU/NO twice. Setup Menu appears in the display. 2 Turn AMS (or press./> repeatedly) to select the setting, then press AMS or YES. To change the duration of Fade-in Play/Recording Fade-out Play/Recording Select F.in F.out
Falling asleep to music
You can set the deck so that it turns off automatically after a specified duration.
3 Turn AMS (or press./> repeatedly) to select the duration, then press AMS or YES. Both the Fade-in and Fade-out durations can be set in 0.1 second steps. 4 Press MENU/NO.
Turn AMS (or press./> repeatedly) until Sleep Off appears in the display, then press AMS or YES. Turn AMS (or press./> repeatedly) to select the setting, then press AMS or YES. To Turn on Sleep Timer Turn off Sleep Timer Select Sleep On Sleep Off (factory setting) Other Functions
Turn AMS (or press./> repeatedly) until Sleep 60min appears in the display, then press AMS or YES. Turn AMS (or press./> repeatedly) to select the time to be turned off (30min, 60min (factory setting), 90min, or 120min), then press AMS or YES. Press MENU/NO.
To turn off Sleep Timer
Repeat the procedure above, selecting Sleep Off in step 3.
Once you turn on Sleep Timer, the remaining time is displayed when you select Sleep in Setup Menu.
Fading in and fading out/Falling asleep to music
Using a timer
By connecting a timer (not supplied) to the deck, you can start and stop playing/recording operations at specified times. For further information on connecting the timer or setting the starting and ending times, refer to the instructions that came with the timer.
Set TIMER on the deck to REC. Set the timer as required.
When you have set the time for the start of recording, the deck turns off. When the specified time arrives, the deck turns on and starts recording. When you have set the time for the end of recording, recording continues. When the specified time arrives, the deck stops recording and turns off. When you have set the time for both the start and end of recording, the deck turns off. When the starting time arrives, the deck turns on and starts recording. When the ending time arrives, the deck stops recording and turns off.
TIMER PLAY MODE H x
After you have finished using the timer, set TIMER on the deck to OFF. Then change the deck to standby mode by plugging the AC power cord of the deck into a wall outlet or set the timer to continuous operation.
Playing an MD using a timer
Do steps 1 to 3 of Playing an MD on page 23. Press PLAY MODE repeatedly to select the play mode you want.
If TIMER is left at REC, the deck will automatically start recording the next time you turn on the deck. If you do not change the deck to standby mode for more than a week after timer recording has finished, the recorded contents may disappear.
Make sure to change the deck to standby mode within a week after timer recording is completed.
To play only specific tracks, create a program (see page 27). To specify the time for the end of playing, press H to start playing, then go to step 3.
Set TIMER on the deck to PLAY. Set the timer as required.
When you have set the time for the start of playing, the deck turns off. When the specified time arrives, the deck turns on and starts playing. When you have set the time for the end of playing, play continues. When the specified time arrives, the deck stops playing and turns off. When you have set the time for both the start and end of playing, the deck turns off. When the starting time arrives, the deck turns on and starts playing. When the ending time arrives, the deck stops playing and turns off.
The TOC on the MD is updated and recorded contents are written to the MD when you turn on the deck. If the recorded contents have disappeared, Initialize flashes when you turn on the deck.
After you have finished using the timer, set TIMER on the deck to OFF.
It may take about 30 seconds after the deck is turned on until recording starts. When recording at a specified time using the timer, be sure to take this time into account when setting the recording start time. During timer recording, new material is recorded from the end of the recorded portion on the MD. Material recorded during timer recording will be saved to the disc the next time you turn on the deck. TOC Writing will flash in the display at that time. Do not disconnect the AC power cord or move the deck while the indication flashes. Timer recording will stop if the disc becomes full.
Recording to an MD using a timer
Do the following steps of Recording to an MD on page 14 according to how you want to use the timer. To specify the time for The start of recording The end of recording Both start and end of recording Do Steps 1 to 6, then press x Steps 1 to 9 Steps 1 to 6, then press x
On condensation in the deck
If the deck is brought directly from a cold to a warm location, or is placed in a very damp room, moisture may condense on the lenses inside the deck. Should this occur, the deck may not operate properly. In this case, remove the MD and leave the deck turned on for several hours until the moisture evaporates.
On the MiniDisc cartridge
Do not open the shutter to expose the MD. Do not place the cartridge where it will be subject to extremes of sunlight, temperature, moisture or dust.
Clean the cabinet, panel and controls with a soft cloth slightly moistened with a mild detergent solution. Do not use any type of abrasive pad, scouring powder or solvent such as alcohol or benzine. If you have any questions or problems concerning your deck, please consult your nearest Sony dealer.
The MD is enclosed in a cartridge to protect the disc from debris or fingerprints and to make it easy to handle. However, the presence of debris or a warped cartridge may inhibit the disc from operating properly. To ensure that you can always listen to the highest quality music, follow the precautions below: Do not touch the internal disc directly. Forcing the shutter open may damage the internal disc. Be sure to stick the labels supplied with the MD to the appropriate positions. The shape of the labels may vary depending on the MD brand.
Proper location of the labels
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.
* During stereo recording. In MONO or LP2 mode: about 24 seconds In LP4 mode: about 48 seconds
The total recorded time and the remaining recordable time on the MD may not total the maximum recording time
Recording is done in minimum units of two seconds* each, no matter how short the material is. The contents recorded may thus be shorter than the maximum recording capacity. Disc space may also be further reduced by scratches.
* During stereo recording. In MONO or LP2 mode: about 4 seconds In LP4 mode: about 8 seconds
Where to keep the MDs
Limitations when recording over an existing track
Do not place the cartridge where it may be exposed to direct sunlight or extremely high heat and humidity.
Handling MDs/System limitations
The correct recorded/playing time may not be displayed during play of MDs recorded in monaural mode.
, The MD is inserted in the wrong direction. Slide the MD into the disc slot with the label side up and the arrow pointing toward the slot (page 4). , The MD may not be recorded. Replace the disc with one that has been recorded.
The sound has a lot of static.
Guide to the Serial Copy Management System Digital audio components, such as CDs, MDs, and DATs, make it easy to produce high-quality copies of music by processing music as a digital signal. To protect copyrighted music sources, this deck uses the Serial Copy Management System, which allows you to make only a single copy of a digitally recorded source through digital-to-digital connections.
You can make only a first-generation copy1) through a digital-to-digital connection.
, Strong magnetism from a television or a similar device is interfering with operations. Move the deck away from the source of strong magnetism.
The deck does not record.
Examples are as follows: You can make a copy of a commercially available digital sound program (for example, a CD or MD), but you cannot make a second copy from the firstgeneration copy. You can make a copy of a digital signal from a digitally recorded analog sound program (for example, an analog record or a music cassette tape) or from a digital satellite broadcast program, but you cannot make a second copy from the first-generation copy.
1) A first-generation copy means the first recording of a digital audio source through the decks digital input connector. For example, if you record from a CD player connected to the DIGITAL IN connector, that copy is a first-generation copy.
, The MD is record-protected. Slide the record-protect tab and close the slot (page 15). , The deck is not connected properly to the program source. Check the connection (page 11). , Select the correct program source using INPUT. , The recording level is not adjusted properly. Adjust the recording level (page 17). , A premastered MD is inserted. Replace it with a recordable MD. , There is not enough time left on the MD. Replace it with another recordable MD with fewer recorded tracks, or erase unnecessary tracks (page 31). , There has been a power failure or the AC power cord has been disconnected during recording. Data recorded to that point may be lost. Repeat the recording procedure.
The deck does not perform Synchro-recording with a CD player or video CD player.
The restrictions of the Serial Copy Management System do not apply when you make a recording through the analog-to-analog connections.
MDS-JB940 MINIDISC RECORDER
The MDS-JB940 brings the advantages of MiniDisc to a new level. Now with more flexible access and control features, the MDS-JB940 offers production engineers, DJs, contractors and broadcasters a cost-effective solution for music editing and playback.
n n n n n n n n n n Variable Coefficient 24-Bit digital filter and S-TACT circuitry Sony MegaStorage CD changer control CD Text and Custom File transfer via Control A-1 II Current Pulse D/A Converter ATRAC Type R Digital Signal Processing Scale Factor Edit Playback pitch control PC keyboard input for disc and track names Anti-resonant aluminum front panel; slanted PC board Playback pitch control
TECHNOLOGIES Wide Bit Stream Terchnology ATRAC Circuitry 3x Digital Filter S-TACT circuitry D/A Converter A/D Converter Off-Center Insulator Feet Gold-Plated Inputs/Outputs Slanted circuit board Sampling Rate Converter FEATURES Display (lines) PC Keyboard Input Scale Factor Edit Control A-1 II Jog Dial Shuffle Play/Program Play Repeat Play (1/All/A-B) Name Disc/Track Time Machine Recording Smart Space Recording Auto Cut CD Synchro Recording Recording Date/Time Stamp Timer Standby Analog Record Volume Digital Record Volume Digital Peak Meters Playback Pitch Control Remote Commander Unit 2 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes 1/All Yes 6 sec. Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Type R Yes Yes Hybrid Pulse 24-bit Yes Yes EDITING FEATURES Combine Tracks Divide Tracks Move Tracks A-B Erase Erase Track Erase Disc Un-Do Last Edit Rehearsal SPECIFICATIONS Stereo Record/Playtime Sampling Frequency Frequency Response, 0.3 dB Dynamic Range (playback) S/N Ratio (playback) Harmonic Distortion (playback) Wow & Flutter Line Input Jacks Optical Inputs Coaxial Input Analog Optical Output Coaxial Output Headphone Output Jack Power Consumption Width Height Depth Weight 80 min. 44.1 kHz 5 - 20,000 Hz >96 dB >100 dB <0.003% Unmeasurable Phono Yes 1 Yes Yes 18 w 17 43/4 111/lbs., 7 oz. Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Variable Coefficient 24-Bit digital filter Yes
Sony Electronics Inc. 1 Sony Drive Park Ridge, New Jersey 07656 www.sony.com/proaudio 2000 Sony Electronics Inc. Reproduction in whole or in part without written permission is prohibited. All rights reserved. Features and specifications are subject to change without notice. Non-metric weights and measures are approximate. Sony, Custom File, Remote Commander, and S-Link are trademarks of Sony.
A-1059 Printed in USA 9/2000
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