Bedienungsanleitung Tascam CC-222SLmkII CD Player

Bedienungsanleitung für das Gerät Tascam CC-222SLmkII CD Player

Bedienungsanleitung Tascam CC-222SLmkII CD Player

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»D01022120ACC-222SL@#CD Recorder/Cassette DeckProfessionalOWNER'S MANUAL

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1 – IntroductionIMPORTANTSAFETY PRECAUTIONSCAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVECOVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICINGTO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within equilateral triangle, is intendedto alert the user to the presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within theproduct’s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk ofelectric shock to persons.The exclamation point wit

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IMPORTANT SAFETY1 INSTRUCTIONS– Introduction1 Read these instructions.2 Keep these instructions.3 Heed all warnings.4 Follow all instructions.5 Do not use this apparatus near water.6 Clean only with dry cloth.7 Do not block any ventilation openings. Install inaccordance with the manufacturer's instructions.8 Do not install near any heat sources such asradiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus(including amplifiers) that produce heat.9 Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarize

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Safety InstructionsThis product has been designed and manufacturedaccording to FDA regulations "title 21, CFR, chapter1, subchapter J, based on the Radiation Control forHealth and Safety Act of 1968", and is classified asa class 1 laser product. There is no hazardous invisible laser radiation during operation because invisible laser radiation emitted inside of this product iscompletely confined in the protective housings.CAUTIONThe label required in this regulation is shown at 1.• IF THIS PROD

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Contents1 – Introduction....................................... 6Dubbing from tape to disc........................ 24Supplied accessories..................................... 6Rack-mounting the unit............................... 7Some notes, precautions and environmental considerations......................................... 7Advanced recording................................... 25Beware of condensation....................................7Never use a stabilizer or printable discs...........7

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11 –– IntroductionIntroductionThank you for your purchase of the TASCAMCC-222SLMK II CD Recorder/Cassette Deck.A multi-function “multi dial” is used to set and confirmparameter settings.Before connecting and using the unit, please takesome time to read this manual thoroughly to ensureyou understand how to properly set up and connect theCC-222SLMK II, as well as the operation of its many usefuland convenient functions. After you have finished readingthis manual, please keep it in a safe p

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1 – IntroductionRack-mounting the unitIf you are mounting the unit in a rack, leave 1U of spaceabove it and 4 inch (10cm) or more of space at the rear.Use the rack-mounting kit to mount the unit in a standard19-inch equipment rack, as shown in this section. Removethe feet of the unit before mounting.Some notes, precautions and environmental considerationsThe CC-222SLMK II may be used in most areas, but tomaintain top performance, and prolong operating life,observe the following notes, precauti

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1 – IntroductionHandling of compact discsThe CC-222SLMK II has been designed for the playback ofCD-DA format discs and MP3 files recorded in ISO9660format: In addition to ordinary 5-inch and 3-inch CDs, itcan also play properly recorded CD-R and CD-RW discs.•• Always place the compact discs in the trays with theirlabel facing upward.•• To remove a disc from its case, press down on the centerof the disc holder, then lift the disc out, holding it carefully by the edges.•• Avoid getti

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1 – Introduction•• Always store CD-R and CD-RW discs in their cases toavoid dirt and dust accumulating on their surfaces.•• When labeling CD-R and CD-RW discs, always use asoft oil-based felt-tipped pen to write the information.Never use a ball-point or hard-tipped pen, as this maycause damage to the recorded side.•• Always keep the recording sides of the discs away fromgrime and dust to avoid a reduction in sound quality.To clean a disc, wipe gently with a soft dry cloth fromthe c

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1 – IntroductionUse of the remote control unit•• Do not expose the infrared receiver (light receptive areaon the front panel) to direct sunlight or intense light forextended periods of time. Long exposure to this lightmay result in failure of the remote control sensor.•• When the remote control will not be used over onemonth, please remove the batteries to prevent the possibility of battery acid leakage which could damage theunit. Should leakage occur, remove and discard thebatteries,

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2 – Features of the1 – IntroductionCC-222SL@#Front panelw e r0 q typai o 1 23 4 5 6 7 8 9usb n m ,z x c v This section provides a brief reminder of the functionsprovided by these controls.1 Power switch (POWER) Turns the unit on and off.2 Cassette holder Open this holder using the EJECTkey. Insert cassettes tape side downwards, and close theholder by hand.3 REW key Rewinds the tape moving fast in the right-toleft direction.4 FFWD key Forwards the tape moving fast in the left-toright directio

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21 –– FeaturesIntroductionof the CC-222SL@#k Disc slot Insert a disc into the slot with the label sideuppermost. When the Eject key is pressed, the loadeddisc is ejected from the slot.l MULTI DIAL Used to select and confirm menu settingsetc. (turn to make the setting, push to confirm), and alsoas a track search key when playing back discs.; REMOTE SENSOR window Receives the infraredsignals from the remote control unit. Do not block thiswindow if you are using the remote control unit.b CD TIM

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2 – Features of the1 – IntroductionCC-222SL@#DisplayW( )QO PADF GSH JERKThis display shows various types of operation information,including CD disc information, deck operation modes, andmenu status.( Tape PLAY Lights when a tape is being played back orrecording.) ˙/¥ (Tape-running indicator) Shows the direction of atape during playback or recording.Q Tape pause (π) Lights when the unit is in standbymode for tape playback or recording.W Tape REC Lights during tape recording or recordingsta

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21 –– FeaturesIntroductionof the CC-222SL@#RC-222SL Remote control unite DISPLAY key Changes the time display for the discrecording and playback.2qepr FADER key Use this key to perform automated fadein and fade-out when recording to disc. The time is setusing menu items.1564709t PLAY MODE key Allows the selection of either continuos, single, programmed or random playback.ty INTRO CHECK key Allows the first 10 seconds ofevery track on a disc to be played.83wuiyoi A-B key Use this key to set t

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3 – Menu operationMenu operationThe following are the menu items that can be set using theMENU key. The majority of them affect disc recording.Pressing the MENU key repeatedly cycles through themenu items. Not every menu item is available in everysituation (for instance, if a digital input is not selected, thedigital direct option is not shown).2 Turn the MULTI DIAL to change a value or setting.3 Push the MULTI DIAL to confirm the change and exitthe menu item. Alternatively, keep pressing the

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41 –– DiscIntroductionoperationsSimple playback operationsWARNINGIf you are monitoring using headphones, first adjustthe level control to low on the unit, then connect to thePHONES jack before playing back. This will preventany possible damage to your hearing.1 Insert a disc with the label side uppermost until theunit pull the disc in.2 Press the PLAY key to start playbackThe track number indicators at the bottom of the displaylight, to show the available tracks playing back. If there arethi

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4 – 1Disc– IntroductionoperationsPlayback modesThe unit can be set to play back a single track, the wholedisc in the created order, the tracks of the disc in a random(shuffled) order, or a programmed order. This operationtakes place when stopped.•• Single. The currently selected track is played andthen playback stops. The SINGLE indicator lights in thismode.•• Random. In this mode, all the tracks on the disc areplayed in random order, and the RANDOM indicator lights(see “Random pla

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1 – Introduction4Disc operationsRepeat playbackThe unit can repeat the whole of the disc, the current trackonly, or an A–B portion set as described here. Selecting therepeat mode is only possible using the remote control unit.To cancel repeat mode, press the REPEAT key again so thatthe display shows Repeat OFF and the REPEAT indicatorgoes out.NOTEYou can use this mode with Single, Random, orProgram playback modes.1 The unit should be in playback, standby or stop mode. Press the REPEAT key so

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4 – 1Disc– IntroductionoperationsPitch control playbackWhen playing back an audio CD, the pitch (or speed) of theplayback can be varied. Pitch can be varied +/- 12.5%.1. When stopped, press the MENU key to display CDPITCH>XXX.2. Use the MULTI DIAL on the unit or SKIP key on theremote control to select ON.3. Press the MENU key to display Pitch> X.X%.3. Use the MULTI DIAL on the unit or SKIP key on theremote control to adjust the pitch value.NOTEPitch control cannot be used with MP3 discs.When

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1 – Introduction4Disc operationsPlaying back MP3 filesMP3 files recorded onto a CD are handled the same way asfiles are handled in an ordinary PC, with some MP3 filesheld within a directory. In addition, several directories canbe combined into one directory. This results in multiplelayers of directories and files.Example of MP3 file structureDiscDirectoryANOTEMP3 file formatted at 44,1 kHz sampling rate and 128kbps or higher are required, otherwise, that MP3 filecannot be played back.Directory