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AIWA TP-VS615
Owner's Manual


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Description of AIWA TP-VS615 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, French, Spanish

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and low frequencies that usually comprise noise.

Recording from an external microphone → O

O

To record sound with more clarity, use an optional external microphone. Connect the microphone to the EXT MIC jack and set the microphone near the sound source.

Note
Keep the microphone away from the unit or an earphone to avoid a howling noise.

EXT MIC

To record from another unit → P
Connect the other unit to the EXT MIC jack of this unit, using the appropriate connecting cords. a To connect to stereo source equipment b To connect to monaural source equipment c Attenuation cable d Monaural mini-plug e Stereo mini-plug

P a

Note
• The connecting cords may vary according to the type of source equipment. Before connecting a unit, read the operating instructions of the connected unit. • If the volume setting of the source equipment is too high, the recorded sound may be noisy or distorted. Be sure to set the volume of the source equipment to a moderate level.

PLAYBACK → Q
EXT MIC PHONES
1 2 3 4 Insert a cassette. Set the REC MODE switch to the same position it was in during recording. Press the jPLAY button. Adjust the volume.

Basic operation
To stop playback Press the sSTOP button. Set the PAUSE switch in the direction of the arrow (U). To resume playback, set the switch in the opposite direction.

b

To pause playback

• The PAUSE switch is released automatically when the sSTOP button is pressed.

EXT MIC

EARPHONE

When the end of the tape is reached during playback
The tape stops automatically.

To find the section you want to listen to
To fast forward/rewind
To fast forward: Press the fFF/CUE button during stop mode. To rewind: Press the gREW/REV button during stop mode. Press the sSTOP button at the desired point. If the tape winds to the end, the tape stops but the fFF/CUE or gREW/REV button is not released. Press the sSTOP button to release it.

Q
4 2 3

Keep the fFF/CUE or gREW/REV button pressed during playback by

To search while monitoring high-speed sound

monitoring the sound. When you reach the desired point, release the button to start playback.

Note

When the REC MODE switch is set to 3 × , the tape speed of fast-winding will be slower. To wind the tape faster, set the REC MODE switch to NORMAL.

To increase or decrease the playback speed
You can change the playback speed with the PLAYBACK SPEED control. Turn the PLAYBACK SPEED control as follows.

1

To increase the speed To decrease the speed

Turn to FAST. Turn to SLOW.

After listening, set the PLAYBACK SPEED control to the center position for playback at normal speed.

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