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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.

Owner's Manual ( sometimes referred to as User's Guide or User's Manual ) contains information on how to use Your device. After placing order we'll send You download instructions on Your email address.

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Text excerpt from page 29 (click to view)
About indication which appears while editing
When âProtectedâ appears in the display The record-protect slot is open. To edit the MD, slide the tab to close the slot. For details, see âTo prevent accidental erasure of the recorded materialâ on page 15.

Erasing Tracks
You can erase a track or part of a track simply by specifying the number of the track or the portion within a track to be erased. You can also erase all the tracks on an MD at one time.

About indications which appear after editing
When âTOCâ lights up in the display Editing has finished but the TOC (Table of Contents) on the MD has not been updated to reflect the editing results. The editing will be lost if you disconnect the AC power cord while the indication is on. The TOC will be updated only when you eject the MD or turn off the MD deck. When âTOC Writingâ flashes in the display The deck is updating the TOC. Do not disconnect the AC power cord or move the deck while the indication flashes.

Erasing a track
Specify the number of the track you want to erase. Example: Erasing the second track




When you erase a track, all the tracks after the one erased are automatically renumbered. For example, if you erase track number 2, the previous track number 3 becomes track number 2 and the previous track number 4 becomes track number 3, and so on.

1 2

While the deck is stopped, playing, or paused, press MENU/NO. âEdit Menuâ appears in the display. Turn AMS (or press ./> repeatedly) until âTr Erase ?â appears, then press AMS or YES. The deck starts to play the track indicated by the number in the display. Turn AMS (or press ./> repeatedly) until the track number you want to erase appears. Press AMS or YES. âComplete!!â appears for a few seconds and the track is erased. The track following the erased track starts to play. If the erased track is the last one on the MD, the track preceding the erased track starts to play.

3 4

To cancel the operation Press MENU/NO or x.

z If âErase ???â appears in step 4 above
The track has been record-protected on another MD deck. If you still want to erase the track, press AMS or YES again while the indication appears.

Editing Recorded MDs

z To avoid confusion when erasing more than one track
Start erasing from the highest numbered track. This way youâll avoid renumbering the tracks that you plan to erase.

z You can undo the erasure
For details, see âUndoing the Last Editâ on page 36.


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