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SONY MDS-S40
Owner's Manual


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Text excerpt from page 30 (click to view)
Erasing Tracks

Erasing all the tracks on an MD
Do the procedure below to erase all the tracks, track names, and disc name at once.

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While the deck is stopped, playing, or paused, press MENU/NO. “Edit Menu” appears in the display. Turn AMS (or press ./> repeatedly) until “All Erase ?” appears, then press AMS or YES. “All Erase ??” appears in the display. Press AMS or YES. “Complete!!” appears for a few seconds and all the tracks, track names, and disc name are erased.

While monitoring the sound, turn AMS (or press ./> repeatedly) to locate the starting point of the portion to be erased (point A). The time indication (“m (minute),” “s (second),” and “f (frame = 1/86 second)”) of the current point is displayed and several seconds of the track from that point play back repeatedly. To find a point quickly Specify a unit (minute, second, or frame) by which the MD is advanced when you turn AMS (or press ./ > repeatedly). To do this, press m/M in step 4 repeatedly to select “m,” “s,” or “f.” The selected unit flashes in the display.

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To cancel the operation Press MENU/NO or x.

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Repeat step 4 until you’ve located point A. Press AMS or YES to enter point A. “Point B set” appears and several seconds of the track from point A play back repeatedly.

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Editing Recorded MDs

You can undo the erasure

For details, see “Undoing the Last Edit” on page 36.

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Erasing a portion of a track
You can easily erase a portion of a track by specifying the starting and ending points of the erasure. This is useful for erasing the unnecessary portions of a track recorded from a satellite or FM broadcast. Example: Erasing portion “B2” of the second track
1 AAA 2 BBB B1 1 AAA 2 BBB B1 B3 B2 B3 3 CCC 3 CCC

Continue playing the track or press M to locate the ending point of the portion to be erased (point B), then press AMS or YES. “A-B Ers” and “Point B ok?” alternate in the display and a few seconds of the track before point A and after point B play back repeatedly.

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Repeat step 4 until you’ve located point B. Press AMS or YES to enter point B. “Complete!!” appears for a few seconds and the portion between point A and B is erased.

To cancel the operation Press MENU/NO or x.

z You can undo the erasure
For details, see “Undoing the Last Edit” on page 36.

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While the deck is stopped, playing, or paused, press MENU/NO. “Edit Menu” appears in the display. Turn AMS (or press ./> repeatedly) until “A-B Erase ?” appears, then press AMS or YES. Turn AMS (or press ./> repeatedly) until the number of the track containing the portion to be erased flashes, then press AMS or YES. “-Rehearsal-” and “Point A ok?” alternate in the display and the deck plays the first several seconds of the track repeatedly.

Note
In the following cases, “Impossible” appears and you can’t erase a portion of a track: • The point B you entered comes before point A. • After repeated editing of a track, it may become impossible to erase a portion of the track any further. This is a technical limitation of the MD system and is not a mechanical error.

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