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Example: Display while CD sound is recorded.
Erasing Recorded Sound from a Cassette Tape
Select the sound from other equipment (AUX) in step 3 on page 27,
â¢ When you record from a CD or MD, all tracks are recorded to the cassette tape. â¢ When you want to record sound from other equipment, start playback on the connected equipment. â¢ When recording finishes, the color pattern of the display window and CD tray switches to the color pattern set in "MANUAL" to inform you that recording has finished ( pages 12 and 13).
and then press
â¢ Do not play back any tracks on the connected equipment.
Changing the display in the display window during recording
, the display
â¢ Each time you press toggles as follows.
â While tracks from a CD or MD are being recorded
CD or MD
Recording Only One Track from a CD or MD
Before proceeding to step 4 on page 27, play back the track you want to record.
â¢ Pressing in step 4 returns playback to the beginning of the track and only that track is recorded.
Elapsed playing time
â While a radio broadcast (FM/AM) is being recorded
FM or AM
Recording the Second or Subsequent Track to the Last Track from a CD or MD
Before proceeding to step 4 on page 27, select the starting track number with or .
â While sound from other equipment (AUX) is being recorded
â¢ Pressing in step 4 starts this product recording from the selected track to the last track.
Program Recording from a CD or MD
Before proceeding to step 4 on page 27, program the tracks you want to record ( page 18).
Recording with No Blank Time between Tracks
Before proceeding to step 4 on page 27, pause playback of a CD or MD.
â¢ If the cassette tape reverses direction while a track is being recorded from a CD or MD, this product starts recording that track again from the beginning onto the reverse side of the cassette tape. However, if 12 or less seconds of that track were recorded onto the first side of the cassette tape, recording to the reverse side of the cassette tape starts from the beginning of the previous track. â¢ Before recording a long track from an MD, such as a recorded concert, using one return recording, use the divide function to divide the track into sections equal to the length of one side of the cassette tape. ( page 31)
Recording Sound English