Yamaha CDR-HD1000 Owner's Manual

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CDR-HD1000
Compact Disc Recorder
OWNERS MANUAL
UB
TEXT/TIME MODE/SET
MULTI JOG
DIGITAL REC LEVEL
PUSH ENTER
TRACK NO.
FINALIZE ERASE
BOOKMARK
COMPLETE
MENU
CLEAR
MIN MAX
OPTICAL
ANALOG REC LEVEL
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REC
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Summary of Contents

Page 1 - CDR-HD1000

CDR-HD1000Compact Disc RecorderOWNER’S MANUALUBTEXT/TIME MODE/SETMULTI JOGDIGITAL REC LEVELPUSH ENTERTRACK NO.FINALIZE ERASEBOOKMARKCOMPLETEMENUCLEARM

Page 2 - IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

E-6PREPARATIONConnectionsTurn off the power of this unit and the other components, and unplug them from the wall outlet before making any connections.

Page 3

E-7PREPARATIONEnglish1 POWER ... P. 132 HDD3 CDR4 COPY ...

Page 4

E-8CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS1 OPEN/CLOSE2 COPY ... P. 23, 25, 273 FINALIZE ...

Page 5 - Introduction

E-9PREPARATIONEnglishCONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS1 HDD mark2 Information display3 CDR mark4 REC indicator5 Playback mode/play style indicator ...

Page 6 - FOR MUSIC USE ONLY

E-10CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONSDisplay InformationThe display located in the center of this unit provides theinformation about the drive (HDD or CDR drive)

Page 7 - PREPARATION

E-11PREPARATIONEnglishRules of Digital Recording SCMS—Serial Copy Management SystemAs a digital audio component, this unit conforms with the SerialCo

Page 8 - Supplied Accessories

E-12RULES OF DIGITAL RECORDING AND NOTES ON SYSTEM Data on the HDDThe data recorded onto the built-in HDD of this unit will benumbered and organized

Page 9

E-13RECORDING ANDCOPYINGEnglishUsable Recording MediaThe media used for recording and copying with this unit are thehard disk drive (HDD) or a compact

Page 10 - Connections

E-14This section describes the basic recording operation. The operation steps are explained by using the buttons on the front panel and the remotecont

Page 11 - Front Panel

E-15RECORDING ANDCOPYINGEnglishBASIC RECORDING OPERATION<Preparing a CD-R or CD-RW disc>1. Press v (OPEN/CLOSE on the remote control) toopen the

Page 12 - Remote Control

CAUTION• Explanation of Graphical SymbolsThe lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within anequilateral triangle, is intended to alert you to thepres

Page 13 - 8888888888888

E-16BASIC RECORDING OPERATION<To start recording>1. Press REC.This unit automatically adjusts the laser strength against thedisc reflection for

Page 14 - Display Information

E-17RECORDING ANDCOPYINGEnglishBASIC RECORDING OPERATION9. Perform finalization when all recordings have beencompleted.See page 19 for the finalizatio

Page 15 - Notes on System

E-18BASIC RECORDING OPERATION3. Rotate the MULTI JOG knob (press +/– on the remotecontrol) to adjust the recording level.Adjustment is possible in the

Page 16

E-19RECORDING ANDCOPYINGEnglishBASIC RECORDING OPERATIONFinalizationFinalization is the process that concludes recording, and allows aCD-R disc to be

Page 17 - RECORDING AND COPYING

E-20Setting the Recording ModeThis unit provides various recording modes. Choose the one thatsuits your needs.1. Press MODE/SET while this unit is in

Page 18 - BASIC RECORDING OPERATION

E-21RECORDING ANDCOPYINGEnglishRECLRdB –30 –10 –6 –20MULT SYNCHow Many ? 1ADVANCED RECORDING OPERATION Auto Period (Auto-period recording mode)This m

Page 19 - New Disc

E-22<Preparing a CD>1. Press v (OPEN/CLOSE on the remote control) toopen the disc tray.2. Load the CD to record from on the disc tray.Place a CD

Page 20

E-23RECORDING ANDCOPYINGEnglishBASIC COPYING OPERATION<To start copying>1. Press COPY once.The following message appears on the display, and thi

Page 21 - Adjusting the Recording Level

E-24BASIC COPYING OPERATION<Preparing a CD-R or CD-RW disc>1. Press v (OPEN/CLOSE on the remote control) toopen the disc tray.2. Load a new CD-R

Page 22 - R CDR–HD1000

E-25RECORDING ANDCOPYINGEnglishBASIC COPYING OPERATIONNATURAL SOUND HDD/CD RECORDER CDR–HD1000TEXT/TIME MODE/SETMULTI JOGDIGITAL REC LEVELPUSH ENTER

Page 23 - Finalization

CAUTIONFCC INFORMATION (for US customers only)1. IMPORTANT NOTICE: DO NOT MODIFY THIS UNIT!This product, when installed as indicated in the instructio

Page 24 - ADVANCED RECORDING OPERATION

E-26BASIC COPYING OPERATION<Preparing a CD>1. Press v (OPEN/CLOSE on the remote control) toopen the disc tray.2. Load the CD to duplicate on the

Page 25 - Manual Track Marking

E-27RECORDING ANDCOPYINGEnglishBASIC COPYING OPERATIONNATURAL SOUND HDD/CD RECORDER CDR–HD1000TEXT/TIME MODE/SETMULTI JOGDIGITAL REC LEVELPUSH ENTER

Page 26 - BASIC COPYING OPERATION

E-28Selecting a Disc to Be Copied onWhen the copying onto the HDD, you can select the disc on theHDD to make copy on. Rotate the MULTI JOG knob (press

Page 27 - 003 1π 1 001

E-29RECORDING ANDCOPYINGEnglishADVANCED COPYING OPERATIONCopying Menu SettingYou can make detailed settings on the menu for your copying.Follow the st

Page 28

E-30ADVANCED COPYING OPERATION4. Adjust the parameter for each item by rotating theMULTI JOG knob (pressing +/– on the remotecontrol).See the further

Page 29 - OPC Adjust

E-31EDITINGEnglish1. Press HDD or CDR to select the drive to be edited.2. Menu appears on the display if MENU is pressedwhen this unit is in the stop

Page 30 - Duplication of a CD

E-32Edit StoredYou can add tracks to or delete tracks from an already createdalbum.Editing subject: HDD or CD1. Select and confirm “Edit Stored” in st

Page 31 - 1 5 4, 6 2

E-33EDITINGEnglishAlbum CopyYou can copy the entire disc, album, or bookmark in a new album.Editing subject: HDD only1. Select and confirm “Album Copy

Page 32 - Setting the Copying Mode

E-34GROUPLRdB –30 –10 –6 –20Delete 001?Album to be deletedALBUM EDITINGAlbum RenameYou can move the album and assign a new number.Editing subject: HDD

Page 33 - Copying Menu Setting

E-35EDITINGEnglish3. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remotecontrol) to confirm the album to assign a title to.The following message appears on

Page 34 - Level 0.0dB

CAUTIONCAUTION: READ THIS BEFORE OPERATING THIS UNIT• To assure the finest performance, please read this manualcarefully. Keep it in a safe place for

Page 35 - ALBUM EDITING

E-36ALBUM EDITINGNATURAL SOUND HDD/CD RECORDER CDR–HD1000TEXT/TIME MODE/SETMULTI JOGDIGITAL REC LEVELPUSH ENTERTRACK NO.FINALIZE ERASEBOOKMARKCOMPLE

Page 36 - Album New

E-37EDITINGEnglish1. Press HDD to select the HDD.2. Press MENU to display the menu item selection whilethis unit is in the stop mode.3. Select “Track

Page 37 - Album Copy

E-38TRACK EDITINGTrack RenameYou can move a track and assign a new number.1. Select and confirm “Track Rename” in step 5 for“TRACK EDITING” on page 37

Page 38 - Album Delete

E-39EDITINGEnglish1212Before “Track Adjust” is performedAfter “Track Adjust” has been performed (The beginningof track 2 is adjusted earlier.)7. Adjus

Page 39 - Album Title

E-403. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remotecontrol) to search for the point that is severalseconds before the beginning point of the partiale

Page 40 - Bookmark

E-41EDITINGEnglishTRACK EDITING3. Press MODE/SET to confirm the ending point of thepartial erase.“Prt.Er.” and “Pt.Fix” alternately appear on the disp

Page 41 - TRACK EDITING

E-42TRACK EDITING12 456123456Before “Track Divide” is performedDivided into twoAfter “Track Divide” has been performed (dividing a track intotwo) : Sp

Page 42 - Track Adjust

E-43EDITINGEnglishTRACK EDITINGTrack PackYou can re-organize the track numbers by eliminating unused tracknumbers, that have been created by changing

Page 43 - Track Erase

E-448. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remotecontrol) to repeatedly play the passage between thebeginning of the track and a point that is seve

Page 44 - Part Erase

E-45EDITINGEnglishTRACK EDITINGTrack TitleYou can assign a title to a track.1. Select and confirm “Track Title” in step 5 for “TRACKEDITING” on page 3

Page 45 - Track Combine

E-1PREPARATIONRECORDING ANDCOPYINGEDITINGPLAYBACKADDITIONALINFORMATIONEnglishFeatures• Copying a CD to the HDD at maximum 10x speed• Copying data on t

Page 46 - Track Divide

E-466. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENTER on the remotecontrol) to confirm the menu item before editing.7. Start editing by following the detailed steps

Page 47 - Add Fade In

E-47EDITINGEnglish4. Select the new disc number to by rotating the MULTIJOG knob (pressing +/– on the remote control).5. Press the MULTI JOG knob (ENT

Page 48 - Add Fade Out

E-48Disc DivideYou can divide a disc into two at the selected point.1. Select and confirm “Disc Divide” in step 5 for “DISCEDITING” on page 46.The fol

Page 49 - Track Title

E-49EDITINGEnglishDISC EDITINGDisc TitleYou can assign a title to a recorded disc.1. Select and confirm “Disc Title” in step 5 for “DISCEDITING” on pa

Page 50 - DISC EDITING

E-50UNDO FUNCTIONYou can cancel an operation and the result of a previous editing stepon this unit (Undo function).1. Press MENU to display the menu i

Page 51 - Disc Combine

E-51EDITINGEnglishERASING A CD-RW DISCYou can erase the data recorded on a CD-RW disc. New recordingscan be made in the space created by erasing. The

Page 52 - Disc Pack

E-52Playing a CD1. Press v (OPEN/CLOSE on the remote control) toopen the disc tray.2. Load the CD to be played on the disc tray and closethe disc tray

Page 53 - Disc Title

E-53PLAYBACKEnglishBASIC PLAYBACK OPERATIONFinding the Desired Passage (Search) To go forward rapidlyPress and hold r/y (r on the remote control) dur

Page 54 - UNDO FUNCTION

E-54BASIC PLAYBACK OPERATIONNATURAL SOUND HDD/CD RECORDER CDR–HD1000TEXT/TIME MODE/SETMULTI JOGDIGITAL REC LEVELPUSH ENTERTRACK NO.FINALIZE ERASEBOO

Page 55 - ERASING A CD-RW DISC

E-55PLAYBACKEnglishThis unit provides various playback methods according to thesetting. The following steps describe the setting procedure for eachset

Page 56 - Playing Tracks on the HDD

E-2 Discs that can be used for recording on this unitBe sure to use only CD-R and CD-RW discs made by reliablemanufacturers.CD-R and CD-RW digital au

Page 57 - (Group Skip)

E-56ADVANCED PLAYBACK OPERATIONRandom PlayYou can listen to all tracks recorded in a group on the HDD or on aCD in a random sequence. To set random p

Page 58 - Numeric buttons

E-57PLAYBACKEnglishADVANCED PLAYBACK OPERATIONFull Repeat PlayYou can repeatedly listen to all tracks recorded in a group (or a CD)or group category.

Page 59 - ADVANCED PLAYBACK OPERATION

E-58ADVANCED PLAYBACK OPERATIONAlbum PlayYou can listen to the desired tracks in the desired order (albumplay). You need to create an album that lists

Page 60 - Single Repeat Play

E-59ADDITIONALINFORMATIONEnglishHDD Utility To check the HDD utility (HDD Info.)You can check the HDD utility (capacity, usage, and availablespace) o

Page 61 - Intro Play

E-60OTHERSSystem Utility To check the firmware version (Firm. Version)Software that is called “firmware” is built into this unit. Thisfirmware contro

Page 62 - Listening with Headphones

E-61ADDITIONALINFORMATIONEnglishOTHERS To change the display brightness (Dimmer Setup)You can change the brightness of the display.1. Press MENU to d

Page 63 - HDD Utility

E-62OTHERSDAC (Digital/Analog Converter) ModeThis unit has a DAC mode function. You can switch the inputsignals, as an input selector, to output from

Page 64 - System Utility

E-63ADDITIONALINFORMATIONEnglishDisplay MessagesCan’t CopyThis message is displayed for approximately 3 seconds when digitalrecording or copying is no

Page 65 - INFORMATION

E-64OTHERSSYMPTOMThis unit does not turn onwhen POWER is pressed.Playback does not beginwith the disc loaded.Playback is delayed, orbegins at the wron

Page 66 - DAC mode

E-65ADDITIONALINFORMATIONEnglish Audio PerformanceFrequency response ... 5 to 20,000 Hz, ±0.5 dBS/N ratio (EIAJ)Play

Page 67 - Display Messages

E-3PREPARATIONEnglishDISCS COMPATIBLE WITH THIS UNIT Handling of discsHeed the following notes on handling of discs not to create anycause for a reco

Page 68 - Troubleshooting

YAMAHA ELECTRONICS CORPORATION, USA 6660 ORANGETHORPE AVE., BUENA PARK, CALIF. 90620, U.S.A.YAMAHA CANADA MUSIC LTD. 135 MILNER AVE.,

Page 69 - Specifications

E-4Supplied AccessoriesAfter unpacking, make sure the following items are included in your package.PREPARATION• Remote Control • Batteries (size AA, U

Page 70 - PRODUIT LASER DE CLASSE 1

E-5PREPARATIONEnglishPREPARATIONRemote ControlCautions• If operation of this unit by the remote control creates any malfunction in any other component

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