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MR-8HD Owner’s Manual (Troubleshooting)
<Trouble 7>
During overdubbing, I cannot monitor the playback sig-
nal of the recorded track.
Is the track fader for the playback track
raised?
During overdubbing, raise the faders for both the
playback and recording tracks appropriately.
Otherwise, you cannot make overdubbing while
listening to the recorded track(s).
<Trouble 3>
The input level of the track to which I am going to record
is too low.
Is the [TRIM] control of the input to which
the sound source is connected adjusted
appropriately?
To set the input level (= recording level)
appropriately, use the [TRIM] control so that the peak
indicator does not light continuously.
<Trouble 1>
I cannot record the sound source connected to
[INPUT B] to track 1.
<Trouble 5>
The meter shows very low level and the recording level
is too low.
When recording a sound source to a mono
track, you can only use the [INPUT A]
section.
Connect the source to [INPUT A].
Is the recording track in the input monitor
mode?
Make sure that the [RECORD] key flashes and
"" is shown on the display. If not, press
the [RECORD] key to set the armed track to the
input monitor mode.
Is the [TRIM] control for the input section
the sound source is connected adjusted
appropriately?
Set the [TRIM] control just below the position where
the [PEAK] indicator in the [INPUT A] section lights
at the loudest part.
<Trouble 6>
The meter shows good level for recording, but no sig-
nal can be monitored via headphones though the
[PHONES VOL] control is raised.
Are the track fader for the recording track
and the [MASTER] fader raised?
Both of these faders, as well as the [PHONES VOL]
control, have to be raised in order to monitor the
recording signal via headphones.
We recommend to raise both the track fader for the
recording track and the [MASTER] fader to the “
position.
<Trouble 2>
I cannot record the sound sources connected to [IN-
PUT C] and [INPUT D] to tracks 1 and 2.
When recording two sound sources
simultaneously, you must use [INPUT A] and
[INPUT B]. You cannot use [INPUT C] and
[INPUT D].
Reconnect the sources to [INPUT A] and
[INPUT B].
<Trouble 4>
I cannot hear the input signal via the headphones though
the [REC SELECT] key is active.
Did you press the [RECORD] key to make
the armed track in the input monitor mode?
Is the [PHONES VOL] control raised?
You cannot hear the input signal unless the assigned
track is in the input monitor mode by pressing the
corresponding [REC SELECT] key to turn on the
indicator. Also, you cannot hear any signal if the
[PHONES VOL] control is set to minimum.
Troubles for recording
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