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â Playback â When the tape is not running
Rewind/fast-forward Press REW (3 ) or FF (5). Eject the tape Press STOP/EJECT (0). â You can also eject the cassette when the recorder is turned off. Turn off the recorder Press POWER (1).
Playing back tape repeatedly (100 times) â Repeat Play
During playback, press and hold PLAY (4) for more than 5 seconds. The play indicator ($) on the display panel starts blinking slowly. To stop playback, press STOP (8) on the remote control or STOP/EJECT (0 ) on the recorder.
Pressing PLAY (4), REW (3 ), FF (5) or PAUSE (9) also stops repeat playback.
Adjusting tracking condition â tracking adjustment
Automatic tracking adjustment Whenever you insert a tape and start playback, automatic tracking starts working and continuously analyzes the signal to enable optimum picture quality during playback. Manual tracking adjustment If automatic tracking cannot eliminate noises well during playback, follow the procedures below.
Locating beginning of recordings â Index Search
Index codes are placed on the tape at the beginning of each recording when recording on this recorder.
A While the tape is not running, press w or e (2 or 6 ) on B
the remote control to start search. To access a recording of 2 to 9 index codes away, press w or e (2 or 6 ) repeatedly until the correct number is displayed on the screen (only if âO.S.D.â is set to âONâ). Playback begins automatically when the desired recording is located. Beginning of the current program recorded Previous program recorded Current position on the tape Next program recorded
A Press SP/LP/EP (p) on the remote control during playback to B
activate manual tracking. Press PR + and â to eliminate the noises. Press it briefly for a fine adjustment, or press and hold for a coarse adjustment. â Press SP/LP/EP (p) again to reactivate automatic tracking.
Beginning of the 2nd next program recorded 2nd next
Automatic operations after rewinding â Next Function Memory
The Next Function Memory âtellsâ the recorder what to do after rewinding is complete. Ensure that the recorder is in stop mode. â For Automatic Playback Start Press REW (3 ), then press PLAY (4) within 2 seconds. â For Automatic Power Off Press REW (3 ), then press 1 within 2 seconds. â For Automatic Timer Standby Press REW (3 ), then press # within 2 seconds.
Locating beginning of timer recordings â Instant Review
After ensuring that the recorder is turned off and that the timer mode is disengaged, press REVIEW on the remote control. â The recorder turns on, and rewinds to the index code indicating the beginning of the last timer-recorded program, then begins playback automatically. â You can access a program of 2 to 9 index codes away from the current position on the tape. If, for example, you have 5 programs recorded and you want to watch the third one, press REVIEW three times. â The Instant Review function will also operate if the recorder is turned on.
It is not possible to select the Automatic Timer Standby function if the cassetteâs record safety tab is removed.
Skipping unwanted portions â Skip Search
Press 30 SEC on the remote control once to 4 times during playback. Each press initiates a 30-second period of high speed playback (up to 2 minutes). When the specified portion of the tape is skipped, normal playback resumes automatically. To return to normal playback during Skip Search, press PLAY (4).
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