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!5 Auto gain control switch of Mic
(MIC AGC) (DN-T645 only)
â¢ Selects the microphone level adjustment method. OFF : The level is adjusted with the MIC LEVEL control !4. ON : The level is adjusted automatically according to the level of the microphone input signal. NOTE : â¢ Set the MIC MODE switch !7 to OFF when not using the set with a microphone plugged into the microphone jack (because the white noise level is high when the MIC AGC mode is on.)
@0 Reverse mode switch (REV. MODE)
â¢ Select the type of tape transport. The reverse mode can be set to (one side), (continuous playback). If the continuous mode is set in the recording mode, recording continues from side A to side B and stops at the end of side B.
@9 Tape transport buttons
1 0 2 6 7 Play button (forward) Play button (rewind) Stop button Fast rewind button Fast forward button Press to playback tape. (to forward) Press to playback tape. (to rewind) Press to stop the tape in any mode. Press for fast rewind. Press for fast forwarding. Press the rec/rec mute (4) button and play (0 or 1) button simultaneously to start recording. If only the rec/rec mute (4) button is pressed, the tape deck enters the recording pause mode. Pressing the button in the recording pause mode will start auto rec mute, and a 4second silent space is recorded onto the tape. See page 15. Press this button to enter the recording pause mode from the recording or recording mute mode.
@1 INPUT switch
â¢ Select the audio input to the tape (CD or LINE 4 Rec/Rec mute button
@2 DOLBY NR switch
â¢ Select the Dolby NR type that suits the recording and playback. OFF : Recording without Dolby NR B : Recording with Dolby NR type B C : Recording with Dolby NR type C 3 Rec Pause button
!6 Microphone jacks (MIC L/MONO, R)
â¢ Connect the microphone to this jack for microphone mixed recording. â¢ MIC signals will be mixed with the line input signals or CD signal. â¢ Accepts an balanced (TRS Type) microphone with 1/4â mono jacks. â¢ When a microphone is only connected to the L/MONO jack, the recording will be monaural. â¢ Connect to both the L and R jacks for stereo recording. NOTE : â¢ To prevent noise, set the MIC MODE switch !7 to âOFFâ when connecting microphones to the MIC jacks.
â¢ Refer to page 8 for details.
#5 CD synchronized recording button
â¢ Press for synchronized recording from CD to cassette deck. â¢ The recording level is adjusted automatically. (Refer to page 15 for details.)
@3 PHONES SELECT switch
â¢ Use this to select the headphoneâs output signal. CD : The CDâs play signal are output to the headphones. The line out (MIX) signals are output to the headphones.
#1 COUNTER RESET/MEMO button
â¢ When this button is pressed once, the counter is reset and the display is set to â0000â. â¢ When the button is pressed again, the position at which the counter was reset is stored in the memory and âMEMOâ appears on the display. Memory function : When the tape is rewound, rewinding stops at the position stored in the memory. â¢ When the button is pressed again, the memory is cleared.
#6 A-B (A-B repeat) button
â¢ Use this to play a set section repeatedly. â¢ When the button is pressed once during playback, that position is set as the A point and the âA-Bâ indicator flashes on the display. â¢ When the button is pressed again, that position is set as the B point, the âA-Bâ indicator stops flashing (remaining lit), and the A-B section begins playing repeatedly. â¢ When the button is pressed again, A-B repeat is canceled and the mode returns to the normal
@4 Headphones jack
â¢ For private listening, you can connect your headphones to this jack. â¢ Do not raise the volume level too much when listening through headphones.
#2 Disc holder
â¢ The disc placed on this holder. Pressing the disc holder open/close (5) button w will open and close the holder. When loading the CD, place it securely in the disc holder.
!7 Microphone mode switch (MIC MODE) (DN-T645 only)
OFF : Turns the microphone input off. LINE : The sound input to the microphone is output from the LINE OUT (TAPE/MIX) jack. The sound input to the microphone is not recorded. REC : Microphone mixed recording is performed.
@5 PHONES LEVEL control
â¢ Use this adjust the output level of the headphones.
play mode. â¢ The A-B repeat function can be used even when the REPEAT switch $1 is turned off.
@6 INPUT LEVEL control
â¢ This knob adjusts the recording input level. It affects the level in both channels. See page 14.
#3 Remote control sensor
â¢ About the wireless remote control unit : Please contact local dealer or distributor.
#7 RANDOM button
â¢ When this button is pressed, the random play mode is set and the âRANDâ indicator is lit.
!8 TAPE SPEED control
â¢ Use this knob to vary the tape speed. â¢ The speed can be varied with in a range of approximately Â±12 % according to the position of the speed control knob.
#8 CALL button
â¢ When this button is pressed in the program mode, the programmed track numbers are called out. â¢ When a number button #9 is pressed after a track number is called out, a new track number is inserted. â¢ When the 0/CLEAR button #9 is pressed, the displayed track number is cleared. (Refer to page 11 for details.)
@7 Eject button (5)
#4 +10 button
â¢ Press this button first when selecting track numbers over 10. â¢ Use together with the number buttons #9. For example, to select track number 15, press then . For track number 33, press three times, then press .
â¢ Press this button to eject the cassette. When the stop the tape transport; then press the eject button.
!9 OUTPUT switch
MIX : The tapeâs audio signals and CD audio signals are output from the UNBALANCED OUT TAPE/MIX terminals and BALANCED OUT TAPE/MIX terminals. SEP. : Only the tapeâs audio signals are output from the UNBALANCED OUT TAPE/MIX terminals and BALANCED OUT TAPE/MIX terminals.
@8 Cassette compartment cover
â¢ If this compartment cover is not closed completely, the tape deckâs transport controls will remain inoperative.