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Using the Cassette Deck (Recording)
This is the basic method for recording any source. The System also has special ways for recording CD to tape, and tape to tape, which save you time and effort, as well as give you some special effects. However, when you need to add a selection to a tape you have made, or are combining selections from several sources on one tape, use the method described below; just substitute the source you want into this procedure, such as a tape in Deck A, a CD, or the Tuner. You can also record from an external equipment with this procedure.
Insert a blank or erasable tape into the Deck B and wind past the tape leader. Press the CD REC START button on the Unit.
âCD RECâ appears on the display and the âRECâ indicator lights up. Then, the System begins CD Synchro Recording and the tracks on the CD are recorded on the tape. When recording of the tracks of all CDs is finished, âCD RECâ and âFINISHEDâ shows on the display alternatively and the CD Player and Cassette Deck stop.
CD REC START
To Record Any Sound Source to Tape
Follow these steps to record from any sound source onto a tape in
Insert a blank or erasable tape into the Deck B and wind past the tape leader.
â¢ If the tab of the cassette tape on the Deck B is removed to prevent erasure or recording, âNO RECâ will appear on the display. â¢ After the CD Player has played the entire CD or all the programmed tracks, the tape automatically stops. To stop at any time during the recording process, press the REC START/STOP button on the Unit or the 7 button. âCD REC FINISHEDâ scrolls on the display and the CD Player and Cassette Deck stop.
Tape travelling direction
Prepare the source, by, for example, tuning in a radio station, loading CDs, or turning on connected equipment.
â¢ For CD recording, see âCD Synchro Recordingâ mentioned below. â¢ For dubbing, see âTape to Tape Recording (DUBBING)â described below.
â¢ When making SLEEP timer settings while doing CD Synchro recording, set enough time to allow for the CD to finish playing, otherwise the power will go off before recording is completed.
Tape to Tape Recording (DUBBING)
Recording from one tape to another is called dubbing. You can dub tapes simply, with just a single button.
Press the REC START/STOP button on the Unit.
The âRECâ indicator lights up and the System begins recording. The Tape indicator (3) blinks on the display.
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Press the TAPE3 button, and then press the 3 7 button. 7 Insert the source cassette you want to copy from into Deck A for playback. Insert a blank or erasable cassette you want to copy onto into Deck B for recording. Press the DUBBING button on the Unit.
Deck A and Deck B will start simultaneously and the âRECâ indicator lights up. During dubbing, the Deck indicators âAâ and âBâ light up alternately. â¢ If no tape is inserted into Deck A, âNO TAPEâ will appear on the display. â¢ If no tape is inserted into Deck B, âNO TAPEâ will appear on the display.
â¢ If the tab of the cassette tape on the Deck B is removed to prevent erasure or recording, âNO RECâ will appear on the display. To stop during recording, press the REC START/STOP button on the Unit, or press the 7 button.
Recording an AM Station to Tape (Beat Cut)
When recording an AM broadcast, beats may be produced which are not heard when listening to the broadcast. If this happens, press the PROGRAM button on the Unit to eliminate the beats.
Set to AM station and start recording. Press the PROGRAM button on the Unit to eliminate the beats.
Each time you press the button, the display changes as shown below: B-CUT 1= B-CUT 2 = (back to the beginning)
To stop dubbing, press the REC START/STOP button on the Unit or the 7 button.
CD Synchro Recording
Everything on the CD goes onto the tape in the order it is on the CD, or according to the order you have set in a program.
â¢ During dubbing, you can hear sound effects through the speakers or headphones. However, the sound is dubbed without sound effects.
Prepare CDs. (See page 12.)
Press the CD1-3 button (that you want to make recording), and then press the 7 button. â¢ If you want to record specific tracks only, you need to program the tracks beforehand. (See page 13.)