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SONY MDSS40
Service Manual


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Complete service manual in digital format (PDF File). Service manuals usually contains circuit diagrams, printed circuit boards, repair tips, wiring diagrams, block diagrams and parts list. Service Manual ( sometimes called Repair Manual ) is used mainly by technicians.

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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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