TASCAM SD-20M 35
7 – Settings and Information
Setting the output level
If sound distorts from an output destination device at maximum
output level, you can set this function to lower the output level
to stop the distortion.
1. Select the
OUTPUT LEVEL
item on the
MENU
screen, and
press the MULTI JOG dial. (See “Menu operation procedures”
on page 14.)
The
OUTPUT LEVEL
screen opens.
2. Turn the MULTI JOG dial to set the output level.
Options:
0dB
(default) –
-14dB
(in 1dB increments)
3. When finished, press the STOP/HOME [8] button to return
to the Home Screen.
Make system settings
You can change various settings on the
MENU
screen to optimize
the device for your use conditions and other requirements. (See
“Menu operation procedures” on page 14.)
Setting the type of batteries
Use the
BATTERY TYPE
item to set the type of batteries used.
This setting is used to show the amount of remaining battery
charge and determine if the unit has enough power for normal
operation.
Options:
ALKALI
(alkaline, default),
Ni-MH
(nickel-metal
hydride),
LITHIUM
(lithium)
Set the automatic power saving function
Use the
AUTO PWR SAVE
item to set the amount of time from
when the unit last operated or was used until the unit automat-
ically turns off.
Options:
OFF
(unit does not automatically turn off),
3min
,
5min
,
10min
,
30min
(default)
Setting the backlight
Use
BACKLIGHT
to set the time until the backlight automati-
cally turns off after the last operation.
Options:
OFF
(turned off),
5 sec
(default),
10 sec
,
15
sec
,
30 sec
,
ALWAYS
(always on)
Adjusting the display contrast
Use
CONTRAST
to adjust the display contrast.
Options:
1
20
(default:
5
)
Viewing system information
The
VERSION
screen shows information about the unit's system
firmware version.
1. Select the
VERSION
item on the
MENU
screen, and press the
MULTI JOG dial. (See “Menu operation procedures” on page
14.)
Information about the current system firmware version is
shown on the
VERSION
screen.
2. When finished, press the STOP/HOME [8] button to return
to the Home Screen.
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