10 TASCAM SD-20M
2 – Names and functions of parts
Front panel
1 STANDBY/ON button
Press and hold to turn the unit on/off (standby).
CAUTION
Before turning the unit on, lower the volumes of connected
equipment to their minimum levels.
Failure to do so might cause sudden loud noises, which
could harm your hearing or result in other trouble.
2 Front cover
This covers the battery compartment and the SD card slot.
3 Display
Shows a variety of information.
4 1-2 indicator
This lights when the
INPUT 1-2
screen
REC
item is set to
MONO 1
or
STEREO 1-2
. (See “Setting the recording input
sources” on page 19.)
5 3-4 indicator
This lights when the
INPUT 3-4
screen
REC
item is set to
ON
. (See “Setting the recording input sources” on page 19.)
6 MENU button
When the Home Screen is open, press this button to open
the
MENU
screen.
When the
MENU
screen is open, press this button to return
to the Home Screen.
Press this button to return to the
MENU
screen from the
various setting screens.
Press the BROWSE button and this button at the same time
to open the
KEY LOCK
screen. (See “Setting the key lock
function” on page 18.)
7 MULTI JOG dial
This functions both as a dial when turned and as a button
when pressed.
Dial functions
oTurn toward / during playback or when stopped to
skip to the next file.
oTurn toward . during playback or when stopped
within one second of a file beginning to skip to the
previous file. When more than one second from a file
beginning, turn this way to return to the beginning of the
current file.
oWhen in menu mode, turn to select items and change
setting values.
oWhen editing names, use to select characters.
oWhen the
BROWSE
screen is open, turn this to select
folders and files within the current folder. (See “Screen
navigation” on page 27.)
Button functions
oPress to confirm selections and settings (ENTER button
function).
oOn the setting screens, use to move the cursor left and
right.
oWhen the
BROWSE
screen is open, press this to show the
pop-up folder/file menu for the selected folder/file. See
“Folder operations” on page 27 and “File operations” on
page 28.
oPress during recording to add a mark. (See “Adding marks
manually to a recording” on page 24.)
8 INPUT SETTINGS 1-2 button
Press this button to open the
INPUT 1-2
screen. (See
“Opening the INPUT 1-2 and INPUT 3-4 screens” on page
19.)
When the
INPUT 1-2
screen is open, press this button to
return to the Home Screen.
9 INPUT SETTINGS 3-4 button
Press this button to open the
INPUT 3-4
screen. (See
“Opening the INPUT 1-2 and INPUT 3-4 screens” on page
19.)
When the
INPUT 3-4
screen is open, press this button to
return to the Home Screen.
0 REC SETTINGS button
Press this button to open the
REC SETTING
screen. (See
“Opening the REC SETTING screen” on page 19.)
When the
REC SETTING
screen is open, press this button
to return to the Home Screen.
q PLAY SETTINGS button
Press this button to open the
PLAY SETTING
screen. (See
“Opening the PLAY SETTING screen” on page 30.)
When the
PLAY SETTING
screen is open, press this button
to return to the Home Screen.
w PHANTOM indicator
This indicator lights when phantom power is on.
e MIC/LINE INPUT (BALANCED) 1/2 jacks
These balanced analog jacks are combined XLR mic and
standard TRS inputs.
XLR (1: GND, 2: HOT, 3: COLD)
TRS (Tip: HOT, Ring: COLD, Sleeve: GND)
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