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Usable
cassettes
12 bit mode: The original sound can be recorded in stereo 1, and the new sound
in
stereo 2 in 32 kHz. The balance between
stereo 1and stereo 2 can be adjusted
by
selecting AUDIO MIX in tile menu
settings dtuing
playback. Both sounds can be played
back.
16 bit mode: A new sound cannot be recorded but the original sound can be recorded
in
high quality. Moreover,
it can also play back sound recorded
in 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz or
48 kHz. When playing back a tape recorded
in the 16 bit mode, 16BITindicator
appeals
on tile LCD screen or in the viewfinder.
When
you
play
back
a dual
sound
track
tape
recorded
in
a stereo
systen-l,
set
HiFi
SOUND
to tile
desired
mode
in
tbe
n-lenu
settings
(p.
84).
Sound from
speaker
HiFi SOUND
Playing
back
mode
a
stereo tape
Stereo
STEREO
Playing
back
a dual
sound
track
tape
Main
sound
and
sub
sound
Main
sound
Sub sound
1
Left sound
2
Right
sound
You cannot record dual sound programs
on
your camcorder.
When
affixing
a label
on the
mini
DV
cassette
Be
sure
to
affix
a label
only
on
tbe
locations
as
illustrated
below
[a]
so as
not
to
cause
malflmction
of
your
camcorder.
After
using
the
mini
DV
cassette
Rewind tbe tape to tlle beginning,
put tlle cassette in its case, and store it in an upright
position.
When
the
cassette
memory
function
does
not
work
Reinsert
a
cassette. Tbe gold plated
connector
of mini DV cassettes n-lay be dirty o1"
dusty.
Cleaning
gold-plated
connector
If the gold plated
ronnertor
of mini DV cassettes is dirty or dusty, you may not operate
tile flmction using cassette memory.
Clean up the goM plated
connector with cotton
wool swab, about every
10times ejection of a cassette. [b]
Do not affix a label
arotmd
this border.
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[a]
[b]
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