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I was so happy that the owner's manual was available. It is well written and helped me to use the radio/CD player/recorder without problems. Thanks for making it available.
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Advanced Tape Operations (see pages 28 to 29)
Recording on a Tape:
â¢ The recording level is automatically set correctly. Thus, you can adjust the sound you are actually listening to without affecting the recording level. â¢ There is leader tape which cannot be recorded onto at the start and end of cassette tapes. Thus, when recording CDs or radio broadcasts, wind the leader tape first to ensure that the recording will be made without any music part lost. â¢ If you start recording with no cassette inserted, âNO RECâ appears on the display. If a protected tape has been inserted, âNO RECâ appears. â¢ When using Reverse Mode for recording, start recording in the forward (3) direction first; otherwise, recording will stop when only one side (reverse) of the tape is recorded. â¢ You can also change Reverse Mode setting ( and ) after starting recording. â¢ You cannot open or close the disc tray while recording a disc.
Timer Operations (see pages 32 to 33)
Setting the Timer:
â¢ When using an external componentââAUXâ for the playback source, set the timer built in the component at the same time. â¢ Before turning off the power, do not forget to prepare the required materialsâa disc or tape for playback and a recordable tape for recording.
â¢ If you do not specify the preset station or track number correctly while setting a timer, the currently selected station or the first track will be played when timer is activated. â¢ When you unplug the AC power cord or if a power failure occurs, the timer will be canceled. You need to set the clock first, then the timer again. â¢ If you set DVD Video as the source, Daily Timer will not work correctly. Timer Priority: â¢ If you set the Sleep Timer after Daily Timer starts playing the selected source, Daily Timer is canceled. â¢ If you set the Sleep Timer after Recording Timer starts recording, Recording Timer is canceled, but recording continues until Sleep Timer shuts off the power.
Synchronized Disc Recording:
â¢ When the tape reaches its end in the forward direction (3) during recording with Reverse Mode set to , the last tune will be re-recorded at the beginning of the reverse side.
Enjoying Karaoke (see pages 30 to 31)
Singing Along (Karaoke):
â¢ Karaoke mode setting (Key Control and Vocal Cancel) can be used only when the source is disc player (DVD/CD). â¢ Karaoke mode setting is automatically canceled when the source is changed. â¢ Karaoke mode setting is also applied to the optical digital output signals. â¢ When Vocal Cancel is activated, 3D Phonic will be canceled temporarily. â¢ On some music disc, Vocal Cancel does not provide the correct effect.
Setup Menu Operations (see pages 34 to 35)
General: â¢ If the upper and lower parts of the menu are cut off, adjust the picture size control of the TV. LANGUAGE menu: â¢ When the language you have selected for MENU LANGUAGE, AUDIO LANGUAGE, or SUBTITLE is not recorded on a disc, the original language is used as the initial language. PICTURE menuâMONITOR TYPE: â¢ Even if â4:3 [MULTI] PSâ is selected, the screen size may become 4:3 letter box while playing a disc. This depends on how the discs are recorded. â¢ When you select â16:9 [MULTI]â for a picture whose aspect ratio is 4:3, the picture slightly changes due to the process for converting the picture width. OTHERS menuâON SCREEN GUIDE: â¢ The setup menu and on-screen bar will be displayed (and recorded) even though this function is set to âOFF.â Subtitles and the information for zoom-in always appear on the display regardless of this setting.