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MARANTZ PMD690
Owner's Manual


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Description of MARANTZ PMD690 Owner's Manual

Complete owner's manual in digital format. The manual will be available for download as PDF file after You purchase it.

Owner's Manual ( sometimes referred to as User's Guide or User's Manual ) contains information on how to use Your device. After placing order we'll send You download instructions on Your email address.

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PLAYBACK and EDITING
Repeat Play, Single Track Play
The PMD690 can be set to repeatedly playback a single track or all the tracks on a card. The PMD690 also can be set to play a single track and pause.

Output Selection
The ANALOG OUTPUT switch is used to select the output through the headphones, speaker, and line output.
L STEREO R L/R L INT STEREO SP LP MONO

REPEAT

ANALOG OUT LIMITER ALC MANUAL

MIC LINE

REC MODE -15dB 0dB -30dB

REC LEVEL OFF LOCK

INPUT OFF ON

MIC ATTEN FLAT

KEY LOCK

PRE REC

ANC

PLAY / PAUSE (6)

To enter the single track repeat mode, press the REPEAT button so that the "REPEAT 1" is indicated in the display as shown below.
REPEAT 1 TRACK

This switch has effect only on Stereo and Dual Mono recordings (not Mono recordings). The normal position is Stereo, which will playback the audio on card as it was recorded (left channel of the recording to the left channel of the headphone and line out and the right channel of the recording to the right channel of the headphone and line out). If the L (left) or R (right) position is selected, that channel of the recording will be output to both the left and right channels of the headphones and line out jacks.

TIME

L
-dB â 50 40 24 12 6 2 0
OVER

Auto Power Off
If the PMD690 is not operated for 5 minutes during stop or play pause, the power is automatically shut off in oder to conserve battery life. The alarm beep sounds for 30 seconds until the Auto Power Off. If the alarm preset [" "] is set ON, the unit will beep to alart that the power is automatically shut off.

R

To enter the all track repeat mode, press the REPEAT button so that "REPEAT" is indicated in the display as shown below.

REPEAT 1 TRACK

TIME

Track Editing
L
-dB â 50 40 24 12 6 2 0
OVER

R

The PMD690 allows only two ways to directly manipulate the recorded tracks on a card, Erase and Renumber. Erasing a track will permanently delete a recorded track from a card. The track number of the deleted file is eliminated but a higher number track does not take its place. The deleted track number remains gone until the Renumber function is performed.
Note ⢠The next recorded track is always the last track on the card. Therefore, if a deleted track is the last track on a card or a deleted track is the last track on the card and other tracks directly previous have been deleted, then the next recorded track number will be a number of a track that has been deleted.

To enter single track play mode, press the REPEAT button so that the "1" is indicated in the display as shown below. After playing the track, the PMD690 pauses at the beginning of next track.

1 TRACK

L
-dB â 50 40 24 12 6 2 0
OVER

R

The Renumber function will re-order all the tracks on a card in a sequential order starting from number 1. For example, if a card has three tracks numbered 2, 4, and 6, the Renumber function will change the track numbers to 1, 2, and 3. So the old track 2 becomes track 1, the old track 4 becomes track 2, and the old track 6 becomes track 3.

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ENGLISH

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