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Description of JVC UX-Z7MD Owner's Manual

Complete owner's manual in digital format. The manual will be available for download as PDF file after You purchase it.

Owner's Manual ( sometimes referred to as User's Guide or User's Manual ) contains information on how to use Your device. After placing order we'll send You download instructions on Your email address.

The manual is available in languages: English, Chinese Simplified, Korean

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Stereo Long-Hour Recording (MDLP)
On conventional MD recorders, 2 times long-hour recording on MDs has been possible only in monaural sound, but this unit allows for 2 times or 4 times longhour recording without losing stereo sound. With this feature, songs (tracks) can be recorded on a single MD using different recording length modes—SP: Standard Play, LP2: 2 Times Long Play, LP4: 4 Times Long Play. SP: Signifies standard-hour stereo recording. The amount of time usable for recording is the same as shown on the package of the MD. LP2:Signifies 2 times long-hour stereo recording. The amount of time usable for recording is twice as long as shown on the package of the MD. LP4:Signifies 4 times long-hour stereo recording. The amount of time usable for recording is 4 times as long as shown on the package of the MD. REMEMBER to check the remaining recording time of MDs before starting recording The remaining recording time of MDs will be calculated and shown, based on the recording length mode (SP/LP2/ LP4) currently selected. Before starting recording or using the Recording Timer, check the recording time remaining on the MD for each recording length mode (SP/LP2/LP4) and select the optimum recording length mode.

To check the remaining recording time 1 Load an MD to record on. 2 Select the source to record. 3 Press DISP/CHARA repeatedly until “REC REMAIN” and the remaining time based on the current recording mode* appear in the main display. * When the source is “MD,” the remaining time will be shown based on SP mode. Precautions for performing long-hour stereo recording After having made long-hour stereo recordings on this unit, pay attention to the following: • Songs (tracks) recorded in 2 times or 4 times longhour recording mode can only be played back on the equipment provided with MDLP, compatible with a long-hour stereo recording function; otherwise, “LP:” is displayed before a title and playback proceeds without sounds. • When editing songs (tracks) on an MD, you cannot join (JOIN) songs (tracks) recorded in different recording length modes (SP/LP2/LP4).

More about MDLP • You cannot make a long-hour monaural recording using this unit. • Sound quality will decrease as the recording length mode changes to LP2 (little) and LP4 (much). To obtain the best sound quality, it is recommended to use the SP mode when recording.

About High-Speed Recording
The time for high-speed recording is half or quarter as long as the time for normal speed recording. There are some restrictions to observe for high-speed recording (x2 speed recording: two times as quick as normal speed recording, x4 speed recording: four times as quick as normal speed recording) to protect copyrights. (HCMS: see page 66.) This unit is so designed that a song (track) recorded from a CD using high-speed recording cannot be re-recorded until 74 minutes elapse after the previous recording started. If you try to re-record the same song (track) within the 74 minutes, recording is canceled and “HCMS CANNOT COPY” appears in the main display as a warning.
During high-speed recording You cannot listen to any source, and therefore, cannot adjust the volume level. (“CANNOT LISTEN” will appear if you try to do.)

REMEMBER if you are trying to record a program including the same song (track) twice using high-speed recording, recording will stop at the beginning of the 2nd recording of the same song (track). (“HCMS CANNOT COPY” will appear in the main display.)

About x4 speed recording • You can select x4 speed recording only when you select SP as recording length mode. • When you select x4 speed recording, you cannot record using Program or Random play mode.

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