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Check that you received the following items:

Inserting batteries into the remote

You can control the deck using the supplied remote. Insert two R6 (size-AA) batteries by matching the + and - on the batteries. When using the remote, point it at the remote sensor rs.gif - 0.2 K on the deck.

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With normal use, the batteries should last for about six months. When remote no longer operates the deck, replace all the batteries with new ones.


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Hooking up the System


This section describes how to hook up the MD deck to an amplifier or other components such as a CD player or DAT deck. Be sure to turn off the power of each component before connection.

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What cords will I need?

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Connecting the deck to an amplifier
Connect the amplifier to the LINE (ANALOG) IN/OUT jacks using the audio connecting cords (supplied), making sure to match the color-coded cords to the appropriate jacks on the components: red (right) to red and white (left) to white. Be sure to make connections firmly to prevent hum and noise.

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Connecting the deck to a digital component such as a CD player, DAT deck, digital amplifier, or another MD deck.
Connect the component through the DIGITAL OPTICAL IN1/IN2/OUT or DIGITAL COAXIAL IN connectors with two (or three) optical cables (only one supplied) or a coaxial digital connecting cable (not supplied).

Take the caps off the connectors before plugging in the cables.

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A built-in sampling rate converter automatically converts the sampling frequency of various digital sources to the 44.1 kHz sampling rate of your MD deck. This allows you to record sources such 32- and 48- kHz DAT or satellite broadcast, as well as compact discs and other MDs.


Connecting the AC power cord

Connect the AC power cord to a wall outlet or to the outlet of a timer.

Turning on the unit (except for Canadian model)

Set MAIN POWER on the rear of the unit to ON. The unit is turned on in standby mode.

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