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Field Memory Recorder (Chapter 5: Recording/playback)
Recording audio
In the following description, it is assumed that the necessary settings for recording are
made using the quick setup mode or MENU mode and no audio is recorded to the
memory card ("<<No Audio Files>>" is shown on the screen).
Adjusting the input gain
When you make recording using an external microphone connected to the [ANALOG IN] XLR
connector, adjust the input gain using the appropriate [MIC TRIM] control. Note that the
[MIC TRIM] controls are not effective for line input sources (connected to the [ANALOG IN]
phone connectors) or the internal microphones.
Adjusting the recording level
You must adjust the recording level appropriately according to the recording source.
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Press the [REC STBY] key to enter the input monitor mode, and adjust the recording
level using the recording level controls while monitoring the level meters on the front
panel or on the screen.
Especially when you record a microphone signal, adjust the [MIC TRIM] control appro-
priately so that the [MIC PEAK] indicator on the level meter does not light.
When recording an external source (microphone or line input)
Using the [MIC TRIM] control, you can adjust the input
gain appropriately to accept a signal between -50 dBu
and -10 dBu. At the fully counterclockwise position,
you can get the proper input gain for a -10 dBu signal.
At the fully clockwise position, you can get the proper
input gain for a -50 dBu signal.
[REC STBY] key Recording level controls
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