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Description of SONY MDSS50 Owner's Manual

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.

The manual is available in languages: English

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Other Functions

Undoing the last edit
You can undo the last edit operation and restore the contents of the MD to the condition that existed before the operation. Note, however, that you cannot undo an edit operation if you perform any of the following operations after the edit:
• Start recording. • Press MUSIC SYNC on the remote. • Change the recorded level after recording (S.F Edit). • Turn off the deck or eject the MD. • Disconnect the AC power cord.

Fading in and fading out
You can use Fade-in Play to gradually increase the signal level to the ANALOG OUT jacks and the PHONES jack at the start of playing. Fadeout Play gradually decreases the signal level at the end of playing. Fade-in Recording gradually increases the signal level at the start of recording. Fade-out Recording gradually decreases the signal level at the end of recording.

Fade-in Play and Fade-in Recording
During play pause (for Fade-in Play) or recording pause (for Fade-in Recording), press FADER on the remote.

1 While the deck is stopped, press MENU/

“Edit Menu” appears in the display.

2 Turn AMS (or press ./>
repeatedly) until “Undo ?” appears.

“Undo ?” does not appear if no editing has been done.

b flashes in the display and the deck performs Fade-in Play or Fade-in Recording for five seconds (factory setting) until the counter reaches “0.0s.”

3 Press AMS or YES.
One of the messages appears depending on the last edit operation.

Fade-out Play and Fade-out Recording
During play (for Fade-out Play) or recording (for Fade-out Recording), press FADER on the remote.

4 Press AMS or YES.
“Complete!!” appears.

B flashes in the display and the deck performs Fade-out Play or Fade-out Recording for five seconds (factory setting) until the counter reaches “0.0s,” then pauses.


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