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Great manual, would not have been able to operate my machine without it!!
James Dawson August 18, 2012
excellent value & price! Includes everything you need to know about the NN-C777! I would buy this again.
Very satisfied! I was searching for several days, but nope; till I discovered your webside and there it was at a very reasonable price. Keep up the good work!
Generally speaking good copy; a few pages too hard contrast...
Good service and communication.
I purchased the unit from a private party and the original owners manual was not available. Having the ability to download it was extremely helpful and clarified operating the equipment immensely. This is a complicated unit and without the manual I would not have been able to maximize it's potential. Thank you.
Recording Discs âDisc Synchronized Recording
You can start disc play and recording at the same time.
You cannot press â¡ (recording) in the following cases: â¢ If no cassette is inserted. â¢ If a protected cassette is inserted.
On the unit ONLY:
To stop recording for a moment, press *. The recording is paused, but the CD playback does not stop. To resume recording, press * again. To stop recording, press &/). The recording stops and the CD playback is paused.
1 Put a recordable cassette in with the exposed
part of the tape down.
â¢ See also page 15.
2 Close the cassette holder gently. 3 Press CD 3/8 to select the CD
player as the source.
To remove the cassette, press &/) while recording is stopped.
4 Press 7 to stop the disc playback.
â¢ If you want to start recording from a particular track, select the beginning track using UP Â¢ or DOWN 4, then go to the next step. â¢ If you want to make a program, perform steps 2 to 4 on page 13. After making a program, go to the next step.
5 Press â¡ (recording).
The REC indicator appears on the display and the CD starts playback automatically and the recording starts.
â¢ When the end of the tape is reached, recording stops and the CD player is paused. â¢ If you press â¡ (recording) while playing back the CD, the CD player returns to the beginning of that track and the track is recorded on the tape.