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MD MT888H Accessories, Accessories, Important Introduction. Remote control x 1 Earphones x 1 AC adaptor Battery carrying Rechargeable nick. RADPA8046AWZZ case x 1 el metal hydride, x1 battery AD N55BT. Battery charger x 1 Connection cable Connection cable Carrying bag x 1 Battery case x 1. for analogue re for digital record, cording x 1 ing x 1. z Parts and equipment mentioned in this operation manual other than those detailed above are not included. z The AC adaptor may be different from the one in the drawing. 01 8 30 1 fm, Contents MD MT888H, Important Introduction Advanced Features. Special Notes 4 5 Titling a MiniDisc 40 42, Precautions 6 Editing a Recorded MiniDisc 43 50.
Names of Controls and Indicators 7 9 Hold Function 51. Changing Default Settings 52 53, Preparation, Important Introduction. Listening through Another System 54, Using with the Rechargeable Battery 10 11. Using with the AC Adaptor 12 References, Using with the Alkaline Battery 13 Other Features and Caution 55. Inserting a MiniDisc 13 Troubleshooting 56 57, Connections 14 15 MiniDisc System Limitations 58. Error Messages 59 61, Basic Operation Maintenance 61.
Specifications 62 63, Long Time Recording and Group Recording 16. Group Playback 17, Recording 18 21, TERMS OF GUARANTEE Back cover. Playback 22 24, Useful Features, Advanced Playback 25 27. Advanced Recording 28 33, Recording from a Microphone 34 37. Checking Displays 38 39, 01 8 30 1 fm, MD MT888H Special Notes.
z The supplied AC adaptor contains no user serviceable. parts Never remove covers unless qualified to do so. It contains dangerous voltages always remove mains. plug from the main outlet socket before any service. operation or when not in use for a long period, Important Introduction. z The AC adaptor supplied with the MD MT888H must, not be used with other equipment. z To prevent fire or shock hazard do not expose this. appliance to dripping or splashing liquids No objects. filled with liquids such as vases shall be placed on. Special Notes, the apparatus, z Never use an AC adaptor other than the one specified. Otherwise problems or serious hazards may be cre, z When recording important selections make a prelimi. nary test to ensure that the desired material is prop. erly recorded, z SHARP is not liable for damage or loss of your record.
ing arising from malfunction of this unit, 01 8 30 1 fm. z At full volume prolonged listening to a personal stereo Notes. may damage the user s hearing This model complies z Recording and playback of any material may require. with the law if used with the correct earphones model consent which SHARP is unable to give Please refer. number RPHOH0004AWZZ If the earphones are particularly to the provisions of the Copyright Act. damaged in any way please order using the model 1956 the Dramatic and Musical Performers Protection. number given above Act 1958 the Performers Protection Acts 1963 and. z This product is classified as a CLASS 1 LASER, Important Introduction. 1972 and to any subsequent statutory enactments, PRODUCT and orders. z Use the Portable MiniDisc Recorder only in accord z This equipment complies with the requirements of. ance with the instructions given in this manual and do Directives 89 336 EEC and 73 23 EEC as amended. not attempt to interfere with the interlock switch or by 93 68 EEC. make any other adjustment as this may result in expo z US and foreign patents licensed from Dolby Laborato. Special Notes, sure to hazardous radiation ries, z The letters in brackets contained in the model number. Laser Diode Properties, indicate the colour of the product only Operation and.
z Material GaAIAs, specifications are unaffected, z Wavelength 785 nm. z Pulse time, Read mode 0 8 mW Continuous, Write mode max 10 mW 0 5S. min cycle 1 5S, Repetition, 01 8 30 1 fm, MD MT888H Precautions. Important z SHARP is not responsible for damage due to improper. use Refer all servicing to a SHARP authorised serv. z Do not wear your earphones when you are crossing. ice centre, streets or near traffic, z Do not use your earphones whilst Storing the unit. driving a motor vehicle it may cre, ate a traffic hazard and may be ille Avoid using or leaving the unit in the following.
Important Introduction, gal Remember to obey all of the. safety rules in your area z Places exposed to direct sunlight for many hours. especially in cars with the doors and windows closed. or near heaters The cabinet may deform change col, our or the unit may malfunction. z Do not play the unit at a high volume Hearing experts z Places exposed to excessive dust. advise against extended listening at high volume lev z Places exposed to water. Precautions, els z Places where temperatures are excessively high or. z If you experience ringing in your ears reduce the vol low. ume or discontinue use z Places bathrooms where the humidity is extremely. z No naked flame sources such as lighted candles high. should be placed on the apparatus z Places with strong magnetic fields such as TVs or. z Attention should be drawn to the environmental loudspeakers. aspects of battery disposal z Places exposed to vibration. z The apparatus is designed for use in moderate cli z Places where sand can easily enter the inside of the. mate unit beaches etc, z This portable MD should only be used within the range z If the unit is used near radio tuners or TVs noise and. of 0 C 40 C 32 F 104 F or picture interference may result If you experience. To avoid accidental electric shock or other possible these problems move the unit away from such. problems observe the precautions listed below devices. z Do not disassemble or modify the unit, z Do not drop or subject the unit to shock z It is not recommendable to put the.
z Do not use the unit near open flames MiniDisc into a rear pocket as this. z Do not spill liquid on the unit may damage the product when sit. z Do not use an external power supply other than the 2 V ting. DC supplied with this unit as it may be damaged, 01 8 30 1 fm. Names of Controls and Indicators MD MT888H, 1 2 3 Reference page. 5 1 Synchronised Recording Button 28, 2 Mode Button 19 26 29. 3 Volume Buttons 24, Important Introduction, Names of Controls and Indicators. 4 Record Button 19 31, 7 5 Play Pause Stop Power Off Hold Fast Forward.
Fast Reverse Button 19 21 23 25 40 51, 6 6 Rechargeable Battery Cover 10. 7 2 V DC Input Socket 12, 8 Optical Line Input Socket 14 15. 12 9 Microphone Input Socket 34, 10 Remote Control Earphones. Line Output Socket 18 22, 11 Open Lever 13, 12 3 Colour Indicators 23 53. 13 Battery Indicator, 14 Disc Mode Indicator, 8 15 Synchro Recording Indicator.
9 11 16 Record Indicator, 10 17 TOC Indicator, 18 Group Indicator. 14 15 16 17 18 19 19 Repeat Indicator, 20 20 Random Indicator. 13 21 Level Meter, 22 Recording Mode Indicators, 23 Track Number Indicator. 01 8 30 1 fm, Names of Controls and Indicators continued. Remote control unit, 2 3 4 5 Reference page, 1 1 Earphones Socket 22.
2 Record Button 19 31, 3 Volume Buttons 24, Important Introduction. Names of Controls and Indicators, 4 Mode Display Button 19 26 38. 5 Group Clear Button 16 21, 7 6 Menu Button 19 21 23 25 27 40. 7 Hold Switch 51, 8 Disc Mode Indicator, 9 Group Name Indicator. 10 Disc Name Indicator, 11 Group Indicator, 12 Total Track Number Indicator.
8 9 10 11 13 Synchro Recording Indicator, 15 14 Record Indicator. 15 Random Indicator, 12 16 16 Repeat Indicator, 17 17 Recording Mode Indicators. 13 18 Track Number Indicator, 14 19 Character Time Information Indicator. 18 19 20 20 Battery Indicator, 01 8 30 1 fm, Menu button operation Menu display. Various operations are performed by moving the M but When the unit enters the menu mode the initial letter of. ton on the remote control all around or pressing it each menu will be displayed in the first line and the con. tents of the selected menu in the second line, Important Introduction.
Names of Controls and Indicators, If you move the M button toward Note. Playback pause selecting a character Display of the initial letter of the menu depends on. If you move the M button toward the used conditions. Fast reverse selecting a track menu and setting Whilst stopped playback paused digital recording. item moving cursor adjusting recording level select analogue recording microphone recording or when a. ing a character group recorded MD or non group MD is loaded. If you move the M button toward, Fast forward selecting a track menu and setting. item moving cursor adjusting recording level select. ing a character, If you move the M button toward, Stop power off. If you press the M button, Displaying a menu determining a menu setting item. and character, 01 8 30 1 fm, MD MT888H Using with the Rechargeable Battery.
When the rechargeable battery is used for the first time. or when you want to use it after a long period of disuse. be sure to charge it fully, Using with the Rechargeable Battery 1 Insert the rechargeable battery. 2 Connect the AC adaptor, 3 Place the unit on the battery charger. z When the portable MD is turned on or operating the. Preparation, battery will not be charged, z No operation can be performed whilst charging If you. try to operate CH will appear, z After the rechargeable battery is charged or used it. will get slightly warm This is normal, z Use the specified battery AD N55BT only Do not.
charge a battery nickel cadmium alkaline etc other. than that specified, z Do not remove the outer cover of the re. chargeable battery It may cause heat gen, eration fire or explosion. z Do not dip the battery in water do not dis, pose of it in a fire and do not take it apart. z If the rechargeable battery terminal is dirty charging. may not start In such a case wipe off the dirt with a. z Do not disassemble the battery, 01 8 30 2 fm, Display of remaining amount of battery Charging time. When the unit is set on the charger the remaining Charging is completed in about 3 hours and the dis. amount of battery is displayed play of remaining amount of battery will go out. 90 of charging is completed If you leave it for another. Display Conditions, 2 hours the battery will be fully charged.
z Charge the battery within the range of 5 C 35 C, Using with the Rechargeable Battery. z The unit can be left in the charging state after it is. Preparation, Charging completed, When the unit is not set correctly If you charge the battery before it runs out completely the. on the charger the rechargeable operating time may be shortened To avoid this the bat. terminal is dirty or foreign mate tery is discharged automatically and refreshed. Turned off, rial adheres to it charging may, not be possible Wipe the termi. nal with dry cotton swab, Refreshing, The unit reads the memory effect. of the rechargeable battery and, discharge the battery if neces.
sary After refreshing it starts, charging automatically. 01 8 30 2 fm, MD MT888H Using with the AC Adaptor, 1 Take out the lead from the charger. 2 Connect the lead to the main unit at DC IN, 2 V socket. 3 Connect the AC adaptor, z If the AC adaptor is not used for a long period of time. Using with the AC Adaptor, be sure to remove the plug from the socket for safety.
z Insert each plug fully, Preparation, When the power failure occurs whilst playing back music. using the AC adaptor unplug the unit If it is left plugged. in playback may start automatically after the power is. 01 8 30 2 fm, Using with the Alkaline Battery MD MT888H. Use one commercially available alkaline battery LR6 AA. 2 Back of the size, Using with the Alkaline Battery Inserting a MiniDisc. portable MD, When using the alkaline battery be sure to insert the. rechargeable battery also, 1 1 Open the battery case cover.
2 Insert an alkaline battery into the battery, 3 Attach the battery case to the unit. Preparation, Do not put a rechargeable battery nickel cadmium bat. tery etc in the battery case, Inserting a MiniDisc. 1 Slide the OPEN lever to release the com, partment door. 2 Insert a MiniDisc as shown, 3 Close the compartment door.
z Do not place the MiniDisc under the holder, z If any resistance is felt do not force the MiniDisc into. the unit as it may cause damage to the unit If resist. ance is felt remove the MiniDisc and reload it, z The lid cannot be opened if TOC is displayed refer. to the instruction on page 21, 01 8 30 2 fm, MD MT888H Connections. You can record your favourite CDs or tapes to MD, Preparation. Connections, 01 8 30 2 fm, Preparation, Connections.
z SHARP is not responsible for damage due to improper use Refer all servicing to a SHARP authorised serv ice centre Storing the unit Avoid using or leaving the unit in the following places z Places exposed to direct sunlight for many hours especially in cars with the doors and windows closed or near heaters The cabinet may deform

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