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Description of SHARP MDMT16E Service Manual

Complete service manual in digital format (PDF File). Service manuals usually contains circuit diagrams, printed circuit boards, repair tips, wiring diagrams, block diagrams and parts list. Service Manual ( sometimes called Repair Manual ) is used mainly by technicians.

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s Rechargeable battery power
first time or when you want to use it after a

This unit can be used with the following power sources: a rechargeable battery, an AC adaptor,

When rechargeable battery is used for the cordings made from analogue inputs, digi-

Connect the external equipment. corded on a MiniDisc. go the outside and then lift to open it. If the battery cover is lifted without beq MiniDiscs are designed so that only first
ing slid all the way out, it may break.

tal recordings have extremely high-quality

Open the battery cover. When you attempt to make a new digital

This is the method used for digiThere are cases where digital recording commercially alkaline batteries, and a separately available car adaptor (AD-CA20X). tal signals from CDs or MDs exactly as they may be impossible. are stored on the original. Compared to reIn the following cases digital recording is impossible, even if you are using digital cables. long period of disuse, be sure to charge it fully. sound.

q Slide the battery cover far as it will recording from a track that was digitally re-

Start recording. Insert the rechargeable battery accordthe SCMS (Serial Copy Management of the unit. System). generation digital copies can be made.

Further digital copies are prevented by

ing to polarity marked on the bottom Synchro recording:


2 Close the battery cover. Before starting a synchro recording, Playback Digital cable Recording
CD player, MD Press CHARGE button of main (2) Next, put it in the pause mode.

Plug adaptor into AC socket, perform following steps on the

and then insert plug on the AC adapequipment connected to this unit. tor lead into the DC IN 5V socket. (1) First, put it in the playback mode.

3 4 5
of the track you want to record. will begin charging. (1) Insert a recordable MiniDisc, and “ ” will go out.

unit to begin charging. player, etc. (3) Finally, position it at the beginning q “ ” will appear, and the battery

q After about 4 hours have passed, Digitally recorded MiniDisc This indicates that battery chargthen press the REC button. ing is about 90% complete. (2) Press the ENTER/SYNC button.



(3) Start playback on the equipment charging for about 2 more hours.
(In this case, you do not need to press

q To charge the battery fully, continue MD player

Playback Digital cable Recording
CHARGE button. Even if the CHARGE button pressed, “ ” Manual recording: Analogue recording is will not appear.) possible.

connected to this unit.

(1) Insert a recordable MiniDisc, and Notes:
AC adaptor may be left connected. q This unit incorporates a sampling rate (For example, when charging at night)

Notes: then press the REC button. q After charging has been completed, the (2) Press the button.

4 power to main unit is turned on. not necessary adjust the recordWhen this unit is connected to digital

q When recording from digital inputs, i t

q The battery will not be charged when the converter.


q Do not force open the battery cover too wide. ing level. equipment such as Digital radios or DAT q Do not use a rechargeable battery or an

q The charging time will vary, depending cordings can still be made. (The sam-

tape recorders that use a different samAC adaptor other than those specified pling frequency (32 kHz or 48 kHz), reon page 3 (ACCESSORIES).

q When battery is charged for the first

on condition of the battery. pling frequency of this unit is 44.1 kHz.)

Insert securely, AC 230-240V, will recover with normal use i.e. chargfunction is turned on) the optical output all the way in. 50/60 Hz ing and discharging. drop out and digital recording will not

To the DC IN 5V socket for long period, operating time may portable CD (if the player has a be shorter than normal. The battery life sound skip prevention function and this

q When making digital recording from a time or is charged after not being used

q To avoid shortening service life of the be possible. Be sure to turn the sound only recharge the battery after


in has been completely discharged. skip prevention function off.

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