PLAY switches must be depressed simultaneously to achieve the record
SPEAKER ON-OFF switch S7 turns the
internal speaker on or off.
RECORD LEVEL control R3A adjusts the level
at which sound is recorded on the tape.
The RECORD LEVEL control is
normally set for a peak reading of zero on the VU meter while talking
into the microphone to set the proper record level.
PLAY LEVEL control R3B adjusts the volume in
the playback mode of operation.
VU meter M1 indicates the record level (in
Volume Units) in the record mode.
Tape counter MP6 indicates the number of turns
A knurled thumbwheel is accessi-
of the tape reels during operation.
ble on the top panel for resetting the counter to zero.
MIC CONNECTOR J1. Provides microphone input connection to the
BRIDGE INPUT CONNECTOR J2. Provides bridging audio input
connection from external source (such as a radio) to the record cir-
An attachment cord is supplied for use with the bridging
EXTENSION SPEAKER CONNECTOR J3. -Provides connection for an
external speaker and opens the internal speaker leads when external
speaker is used.
PREPARATION FOR USE.
Since this equipment is portable, the operator or user prepares
the equipment for use.
To prepare the equipment for use, place the
recorder on a flat surface within eight feet of a 115V ac power source.
Disengage the two luggage catches and raise the hinged top cover to