FR-2LE
Field Memory Recorder (Chapter 3: Names and functions)
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File number / Cue information
Time counter
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Transport status
Quick setup mode settings
Recording format
Realtime clock indicator
Level meters
Remaining time (or space)
File name
This area shows the current file number and the cue number infor-
mation.
This counter shows the current position of the file in ABS time, PRG
or 24H (Time Stamp). The time mode can be set by the "Time Dis-
play" menu item on the "Setup" menu in the MENU mode (the de-
fault time mode is "ABS").
This area shows transport status using symbols.
For example, you can see " " while stopped, or " " during record-
ing.
The current settings of some items of the "Setup" menu are shown.
By pressing the [MENU/ENTER] key while holding down the [SHIFT]
key, you can set these items directly from the Home screen without
the need of entering the MENU mode.
Recording format which is set when formatting the card is shown.
This indicator shows the battery power condition when the unit is
running on batteries. When you need to replace batteries, the bat-
tery indicator flashes.
This indicator shows the internal realtime clock information in "day,
month, hour and minute". You can adjust the time and date via the
"Adjust Real Time Clock" item on the "Setup" menu in the MENU
mode.
These meter show recording/playback levels of L and R channels.
The reference level corresponds to -12 dB.
This area shows the remaining (recordable) space of the memory
card in Mbytes or time. The remaining display mode (Mbytes or time)
can be set via the "Remain Display" item on the "Setup" menu in the
MENU mode (the default is "Time").
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On the Home screen, you can see the following information.
This area shows the current audio file name. Up to 16 characters
can be displayed. The file name is automatically given when record-
ing is made according to the File Name Mode and Default File Name
settings. You can also edit the name after recording via the "Re-
name" item on the "File" menu in the MENU mode.
6Battery (BATT) indicator
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