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ONKYO TARW255
Owner's Manual


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

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Text excerpt from page 8 (click to view)
Recording
Recording can be performed on Deck B only. High-speed recording is not possible when recording from the LINE IN (REC) jacks. • Check to see if one or both of the cassette’s erasure prevention tabs have been removed. (Refer to page 13 for details) • Confirm that the cassette deck is properly connected to the amplifier. • Illustrations enclosed in solid boxes indicate source component operations.
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Recording

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DECK B

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DOLBY NR

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RESET
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REVERSE MODE

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Confirm that the amplifier is set up correctly for recording. (Refer to the amplifier’s instruction manual for details.) 1. Insert the cassettes. Make sure the side to be recorded is facing outward. • Recording is not possible on the tape leaders (the transparent sections you see at both ends of the tape.) 2. Prepare the source component to be used for the recording. • Tune in the desired station on the tuner. • Load a CD (or LP) into the CD player (or turntable). • Load a cassette into the tape player (analog or DAT). 3. Set the Dolby NR by pressing the DOLBY NR button repeatedly until the desired Dolby NR indicator (OFF, B or C) turns on. 4. Set the Reverse Mode by pressing the REVERSE MODE button repeatedly until the desired mode is displayed. ( v ) one side: Only one side of the tape is recorded. ( b ) repeat: Both sides of the tape are recorded. 5. Press the COUNTER A/B button repeatedly until B is displayed, and press the COUNTER RESET button to return the tape counter to [0000]. 6. Begin playing the source component. 7. Press the t button. 8. While observing the peak level indicators, adjust the recording level. • The recording levels of the left and right channels are adjusted simultaneously. • Use the REC LEVEL knob to adjust the recording level. • When using metal cassettes, the REC LEVEL knob should be adjusted so that +3 dB indicators light periodically.

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When using other kinds of tapes, the 0 dB indicator should light periodically. (See “Making good sound recordings” on page 9.)

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