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1. Tape Speed Adjustment Settings : Â Test tape : TTA Â 100 (Tape center) Â Test point : Phones Jack (J101) Â Adjustment location : SFR301 Â Dolby<AE ONLY> : OFF Â DSL : OFF Â Tape selector : NORMAL (AUTO) Â Volume : Non Â clip (MAX Â 10 dB down) Method : Play back the test tape and adjust SFR301 so that the frequency becomes 3015 Hz Â± 10 Hz. Then confirm WOW is less than 0.50%.
2. Dolby Level Adjustment<AE ONLY> Setting : Â Test tape : TTA Â 200 Â Test point : TP1 (LCH), TP2 (RCH), Â DSL : OFF Â Tape selector : NORMAL (AUTO) Â Dolby SW : OFF Â Volume : MIN Â Adjustment points : Soldered patterns Â~ Â Procedure : Short the patterns via solder as shown in the table so the Dolby NR level is 32 mV Â± 1.0 dB. Adjust so the specifications are satisfied in both the forward and reverse directions. Connect 10mF/16V coupling capacitors between test points and test equipment (connect the terminals to the test points). SOLDER PATTERN Â~ Â SOLDER POINT INCREASE LEVEL 1 only 0.5 dB 3 only 1.5 dB 1 and 3 2.0 dB 2 only 0.5 dB 4 only 1.5 dB 2 and 4 2.0 dB