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Useful manual, good scan, worth the pay if you find the unit difficult to operate.
Exactly as described, the full user-manual (145 pages). Perfect.
About recorded tracks
â¢ Whenever you stop recording, the audio recorded up to that point will be stored as a track. â¢ A new track is recorded after the end of the last track already stored. â¢ During recording if the playerâs memory becomes full, the OPE indicator flashes in red and the existing tracks will be erased starting with the first track.
To separate tracks automatically (Auto Track)
Set the /AUTO TRACK switch to ON before pressing REC/ERASE in step 3. Recording from the external audio device will automatically be paused when 4 seconds of silence are detected, and all audio recorded to that point will be stored as a track. If an incoming signal is detected again within 20 seconds after entering the recording pause mode, recording will start for another new track. If 20 seconds have passed without any audio signal detected, recording stops automatically, and it will not start thereafter even if there is audio input again. To resume recording, press REC/ ERASE.
â¢ Track separation may not be done correctly depending on the condition of the external audio device and the song to be recorded. â¢ Depending on the connected audio device, the sound may become louder when recording. In this case, adjust the volume on the connected audio device.
Erasing tracks one by one
You can erase tracks while playing, one track at a time.
Play the track you want to erase. Press and hold REC/ERASE. Two short beeps sound in the headphones, and the first 5 seconds of the track are repeated three times while the OPE indicator is flashing in red. Make sure this is the track you want to erase. If you decide not to erase the track Press PLAY/STOP. Playback starts normally from the beginning of the track without erasing the track. The track will not be erased either if no buttons are pressed while the first 5 seconds of the track are repeated.
Press REC/ERASE. The OPE indicator flashes quickly in red. When a long beep is heard, the track is erased, the OPE indicator starts flashing in green, and playback starts normally from the next track.
It takes about 10 seconds to erase a track.
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