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TEAC 2488
Owner's Manual


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Description of TEAC 2488 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.

The manual is available in languages: English

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5 â Mastering
wish to add to the final CD, press the INSERT key. A check mark (â) appears by the title of every selected song. There is no need to worry about the final running order of the CD at this stage. If you have made a mistake in adding a song to the list, you can remove it by highlighting the title and pressing the DELETE key.

2 When you have added all the songs to the list
that you want to record on the CD, press
ENTER.
NOTE

7 Use the § and ¶ keys to move the cursor to
the gaps between the songs on the CD.

8 Use the wheel to set the time in seconds
between songs, from 0.0 seconds (no gap) through 9.9 seconds in 0.1 second steps.
NOTE

If you have only selected one song, the procedure from now is as if you had highlighted the song and pressed ENTER, as described above. Read that section, and ignore the remainder of this section.

When you come to play back the disc on a CD player, the start of the gap will appear as Index 0 on the track following the gap, and the start of the track will appear as Index 1. Because the gap counts as a part of the track, the total length of the track and gap together cannot exceed 80 minutes.

The screen changes to the song order screen (if you want to return to the song selection screen, press EXIT).

9 When all the gaps have been set, press ENTER.
A pop-up asks if you are sure. Use the YES key to proceed with writing the CD or the NO key to cancel the operation.

10 When you press YES, a disk image is made of
each song in turn, which is then written to the CD.

3 Use the wheel to scroll through the list of
songs.

NOTE

4 When a song title is highlighted, use the §
and ¶ keys to move it up and down in the list. As the song is moved up and down in the list it remains highlighted.

DO NOT TURN OFF the 2488 or the CD-RW drive while this writing operation is taking place. You will almost certainly spoil the disc and may corrupt the song data.

11 When the last song has been written, the disk
is finalized. You can now eject the disc and play it in a CD player.
NOTE

5 Select further songs for rearrangement using
the wheel. 6 When you have completed the running order, press ENTER. The screen changes to the âgap settingâ screen. This allows you to set the gap between tracks on the CD (press EXIT to return to the song order screen)

The CD-RW drive eject button is locked while writing is going on. You can only eject the disc after writing has finished. If you use CD-RW media, you cannot play the resulting discs in most audio CD players.

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