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SONY DTCZE700
Owner's Manual


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Complete owner's manual in digital format. The manual will be available for download as PDF file after You purchase it.

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Text excerpt from page 16 (click to view)
Writing Sub Codes

Manual Writing of Start IDs During Recording
Press START ID WRITE. “ID WRITE” appears in the display for a few seconds and the start ID is written on the tape at the selected position. “START ID” flashes in the display during this time.
Start ID

If the last program number on the tape appears in the display, you don’t have to specify the next program number. If you are recording from the beginning of a blank tape, program number “1” appears in the display. If you forget program numbering at this time, you can add them later (see “Renumbering the Program Numbers Automatically (Renumbering)” on page 18).

ID WRI TE
START ID

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To start recording, press P or ·, then start playing the program source. Start IDs are written on the tape automatically during recording. “ID WRITE” appears for a few seconds whenever a sub codes (a start ID and program number) are being written.

Note
The interval between start IDs must be more than 18 seconds (36 seconds in long-play mode). If the interval is less than 18 seconds (or 36 seconds), the deck may fail to detect the second start ID during playback.

Writing the Start IDs Automatically During Recording
Do the following procedure to automatically write program numbers along with start IDs at the same position. • When recording an analog signal with the INPUT switch at ANALOG
A start ID and program number are written whenever the input signal rises above a given level after remaining at a muted or low level for 3 seconds or more.

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During digital recording from a CD player

Start recording on your deck first, then press the ( PLAY button on the CD player while it is stopped. If you place your deck into recording pause and the CD into play pause before you start recording, the start ID and program number of the first track on the CD may not be correctly written to the tape.

Note
During automatic start ID writing the positioning of some start IDs may be inaccurately or inappropriately positioned away from the beginning of the track. If this happens, you can reposition or erase the start IDs later (see “Accurate Positioning of Start IDs (Rehearsal)” and “Erasing Start IDs” on page 17).

• When recording a digital signal with the INPUT switch at OPTICAL or COAXIAL
A start ID and program number are written whenever a new track is detected while recording a digital signal through the COAXIAL IN or OPTICAL IN jack from a digital source such as CD player or another DAT deck. Start IDs and program numbers are not written, however, for tracks that are less than 18 seconds in length.

•

Writing Start IDs During Playback
You can write start IDs during playback.

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Do steps 1 to 7 of “Recording on a DAT” on pages 6 and 7. The deck changes to recording pause. Press START ID AUTO repeatedly until “AUTO”

INPUT
OPEN/CLOSE MODE ANALOG

REC MODE
STANDARD 48 kHz 44.1 kHz LONG

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ON

REC LEVEL
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RESET

OPTICAL COAXIAL

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OFF AMS REC MUTE

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POWER

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REC OFF PLAY

TIMER

AUTO

RENUMBER REHEARSAL

START ID

WRITE

ERASE

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RESET

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PHONES

PHONE LEVEL

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appears in the display.

3

If you are recording from the end of the recorded portion, use the number buttons on the remote to specify the program number after the last one recorded.
Example: When program number 5 is the last program number recorded on the tape.
PGM NO. REC

START ID REHEARSAL

START ID WRITE

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Press START ID WRITE. “ID WRITE” appears in the display for a few seconds and the start ID is written on the tape at the selected position. “START ID” flashes in the display during this time.

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AUTO

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The next program number

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