Sony pmn user manual

User manual for the device Sony pmn

Device: Sony pmn
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Date of adding : 2014-03-22 17:45:00
Number of pages: 68
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2-347-256-11(1)
Mini-disc Recorder
TABLE OF CONTENTS
MDS-E10
Warning ......................................
2
Location and Function of Parts
6
Operating Instructions
Getting Started ..........................
15
Recording on MDs ....................
18
Playing MDs...............................
27
Editing Recorded MDs..............
40
Other Functions ........................
52
Operating the MD Recorder
Using a Keyboard ..................
55
Thank you very much for purchasing this Sony produc

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CAUTION For customers in Canada You are cautioned that any changes or This ClassB digital apparatus complies WARNING modification not expressly approved in With Canadian ICES-003. this manual could void your authority to operate this equipment. CAUTION Notice for the Customers in TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO the United Kingdom INFORMATION NOT USE THS POLARIZED AC PLUG This equipment has been tested and WITH AN EXTENSION CORD, IMPORTANT found to comply with the limits for a RECEPTACLE OR OTHER O

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Precautions On safety • Should any solid object or liquid fall into the cabinet, unplug the recorder and have it checked by qualified personnel before operating it any further. • Caution – The use of optical instruments with this product will increase eye hazard. On power sources • Before operating the recorder, check that the operating voltage of the recorder is identical with your local power supply. The operating voltage is indicated on the nameplate at the rear of the recorder. • The unit is

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Handling MDs The MD is enclosed in a cartridge to protect the disc from debris or fingerprints and to make it easy to handle. However, the presence of debris or a warped cartridge may inhibit the disc from operating properly. To ensure that you can always listen to the highest quality music, follow the precautions below: • Do not touch the internal disc directly. Forcing the shutter open may damage the internal disc. • Be sure to stick the labels supplied with the md to the appropriate positions

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Location and Function of Parts TABLE OF CONTENTS Location and Function of Parts ......... 6 Editing Recorded MDs ..................... 40 Front Panel Descriptions .............................................. 7 Before you start editing............................................... 40 Rear Panel Descriptions ................................................ 8 Erasing Tracks (ERASE) .............................................. 41 Remote Descriptions .............................................

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Location and Function of Parts 6

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Location and Function of Parts Preparation Front Panel Descriptions 11 2 3 4 56789q;qaqs qd qf qg qhqjqkql w;wawswdwf 1 POWER button !Á AUTO CUE button Press to turn the recorder on. When you press the Press to set AUTO CUE, AUTO PAUSE, or OFF. button again, the recorder turns off. !ª PHONE LEVEL control 2 INPUT selector Use to adjust the volume of the headphones. Use to select the input jack (or connector) of the !£ KEYBOARD jack program source to be recorded. Connect a keyboard to this jack.

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Location and Function of Parts Rear Panel Descriptions 230V 120V VOLTAGE SELECTOR 12345678 9 1 ANALOG (UNBALANCE) input jacks Inputs as an analog signal the sound of the component connected by a pin type connecting cable. 2 ANALOG (UNBALANCE) output jacks Outputs as an analog signal the contents of the MD of this recorder to the component connected by a pin type connecting cable. 3 ANALOG INPUT LEVEL control Can adjust the level of analog input in a range of _ ∞ ~ +15 dB. Normally, this contr

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Location and Function of Parts Remote Descriptions 5 REPEAT button wk Press to select ALL repeat, one track repeat, or repeat off. 6 NAME button EJECT qs Press to add the name or change the name of a track or 1 MD. qd PLAY MODE qf CHAR button M.ACCESS TIME YES DISPLAY MENU/NO 2 Press to select the type of characters to be input. qg DATE CONTINUE SHUFFLE PROGRAM RECORDED PRESENT NUM button qh ABCD E Press to input numbers. FG H I J 12 3 4 5 7 H (play) button 3 KL M N O Press to start play. 67 8 9

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Location and Function of Parts !¥ M.SCAN button Press to successively play the located tracks only for the set time. !» SCROLL button Press to scroll the name of a track or MD. @¼ CLEAR button Press to cancel the selection. @Á x (stop) button Press to stop play or recording, or clear the MENU mode. @ª X (pause) button Press to pause or resume play or recording. @£ z (record) button Press to record on the MD, monitor the input signal, or mark track numbers. @¢ MUSIC SYNC button Press to start Mus

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Location and Function of Parts Display Window Descriptions 1 1 234 5 6 7 8 9q;qa 1 Disc, track, and time display 7 Level meter display Displays MD information, the set contents of “Edit Displays the loudness of the sound of play or Menu” or “Setup Menu,” and time information. recording. 2 AUTO PAUSE and AUTO CUE display 8 VARI SPEED display Lights up when AUTO PAUSE or AUTO CUE is Lights up when the VARI SPEED function is selected. selected. 9 MARK display 3 TOC EDIT display Lights up when the p

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Location and Function of Parts While the recorder is stopped Using the Display Window Press LEVEL/DISPLAY/CHAR (or DISPLAY) repeatedly to change the display. The display window shows information about the MD or Each press of the button changes the display as follows: track. This section describes the information that is displayed for each recorder status. Total number of tracks and recorded time (default display) SONGS 15 46m08s Tr TIME LEVEL / DISPLAY / CHAR M.ACCESS CONTINUE SHUFFLE PROGRAM

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Location and Function of Parts While the recorder is recording While the recorder is playing Press LEVEL/DISPLAY/CHAR (or DISPLAY) Press LEVEL/DISPLAY/CHAR (or DISPLAY) repeatedly to change the display. repeatedly to change the display. Each press of the button changes the display as follows: Each press of the button changes the display as follows: Track number and recorded time of the current track Track number and elapsed time of the current track (default display) (default display) No Name DR

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Location and Function of Parts z You can check the remaining time Press TIME. Each press of the button changes the display as follows: Track number and elapsed time of the current track (default display) DREAM 2 2m33s Tr Press Track number and remaining time of the current track DREAM 2 -1m25s Tr Press Remaining time of all recorded tracks DREAM -24m47s Press z Press SCROLL when disc time information is displayed The track name appears and scrolls. While the track name is scrolling

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After Unpacking Getting Started Check the supplied accessories. • Remote commander (remote) RM-DR1E (1) • AA-size (R6) batteries (2) • Connecting cable (control S cable) (1) Inserting batteries into the remote Insert two AA-size (R6) batteries with the 3 and # properly oriented to the markings into the battery compartment. z When to replace the batteries Under normal conditions, the batteries should last for about six months. When the remote no longer operates the recorder, replace both batteri

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Getting Started 1 Prepare necessary connecting cables. Hooking Up the Audio • Audio connecting cable (pin type) Components White White Left (L) Left (L) Hook up a mixer, CD player, DAT recorder, and other components to the MD recorder. Be sure to turn off the Right (R) Right (R) power of each component to do so. Red Red • Optical Digital connector cable POC-15A To power outlet • Coaxial digital connecting cable VMC-10 • Control S cable (accessory) (Mini-jack) OUT IN Remote or control 2 Connect.

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Getting Started xWhen connecting with digital components (CD player, DAT recorder, other MD recorders, mixer with coaxial digital input/output jacks or optical digital input/output connector.) When this recorder is connected with a CD player, MD recorder, or DAT recorder, digital recording can be performed. Use an optical digital connecting cable (POC-15A) or a coaxial digital connecting cable (VMC-10) that can be purchased separately. • When using an optical digital connecting cable Take the c

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Recording on an MD Recording on If the MD has recorded material on it, the recorder will MDs automatically start recording from the end of the recorded portion. This chapter explains the various ways to POWER INPUT LEVEL / DISPLAY / CHAR TIME record to an MD , as well as how to mark track numbers and perform synchro- recording with other components. AMS 1 Turn on the mixer and program source. 2 Select the source on the mixer. 3 Press POWER to turn on the recorder. 4 Insert a recordable MD. 5 Use

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Recording on MDs Operations you may want to do during recording To Press Notes on Recording Stop recording x Pause recording 7 When “ Protected” is displayed Resume recording after 7 The MD is record-protected. To record on the MD, slide Eject the MD after stopping recording A the tab to close the slot (see “To prevent accidental erasure of the recorded material” on page 19). Changing display during recording Press LEVEL/DISPLAY/CHAR (DISPLAY) repeatedly. When the record-protect slot is closed

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Recording on MDs The digital output connectors of the mini-disk recorder output the signal input from the digital Recording for long times input connectors as it is during recording or recording pause. In addition to normal stereo recording, this recorder has Use an input monitor function (page 21) when only a built- two long time recording modes: LP2 and LP4. When in sampling rate converter is used. recording in LP2 stereo mode, you can record 2 times the normal recordable time, and in LP4 Ster


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