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D-108 Owner’s Manual (Changing the initial setting <SETUP mode>)
Record Protect Setting ("Rec Protect ? ")
The D-108 carries a record prohibit function.
This function works as if you had removed the Record Protect tag from a conventional compact cassette tape. This mode allows you
to choose either the ON or OFF function.
* Initial setting : Off
* Available setting : Off, On
* This setting is applicable song by song.
* This setting can be saved or loaded as a part of the song data.
* The setting is memorized even when the power is off.
* Make sure you choose the right program before setting up this mode.
1. Press the DISP SEL key and choose the flashing SETUP
mode on the display. Then, press the EXECUTE/YES key.
The SETUP display will stop flashing.
2. With the JOG dial, choose “Rec Protect?”.
The “?” display will start flashing.
3. Press the EXECUTE/YES key.
The display will start flashing either “Off” or “On” of current
setting. In the case of the initial setting, it will display “Off”. 5. Press the EXECUTE/YES key again to proceed.
4. Choose either On or Off with the JOG dial.
If you choose “Off”, there is no protection and you can record,
paste, erase, etc. over it.
If you choose “On”, there is protection and you cannot record,
paste, erase, etc. over it.
<Note>
If you set this mode to record protect, the D-108 will not
perform such functions as recording, pasting or erasing. And
it will show “Disable REC” on the display for one second as
a warning message. Change the protect mode setting to
“OFF” in this situation.
* Press either the STOP button or EXIT/NO key to return
from the second step menu to the first or to quit the
SETUP mode. The menu will go backwards each time
you press either key so that you can correct the setting,
choose some other SETUP mode or eventually return to
the normal time base display.
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Digital Input Track Setting ("Digi. in ? ")
This mode sets up the incoming digital signal to assign the D-108 recording track you have chosen. Using this function to digitally
record from external digital equipment.
The SPDIF stereo digital signal can assign D-108 tracks from track 1 to track 8 according to what pair you want. In the case of adat
digital signal input, this mode will assign 8 track adat signals to either tracks 1 ~ 8. You need to set the D-108 sampling frequency to
match the incoming digital signal sampling frequency. When making a digital recording, set [Clock Sel.?] (setup of the operating
clock) according to the purpose of the recording.
* Initial setting : L: - R: - (Nothing is assigned on Lch and Rch)
* Available setting : Lch = 1 ~ 8, adat, - (No assign) Rch = 1 ~ 8, - (No assign)
* This setting is commonly applicable to all the programs .
* This setting cannot be saved or loaded.
* The setting is memorized even when the power is off.
<Important>
Again, remember that you need to set the D-108 sampling frequency to match the
incoming digital signal sampling frequency.
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