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PDF Content Summary: CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 1 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Owner’s Manual This owner’s manual applies to both the CD-2u and the SD-2u. A icon or icon will be used to mark explanations that pertain only to a specific model. Before using this unit, carefully read the sections entitled “USING THE UNIT SAFELY” and “IMPORTANT NOTES” (Page 8–11; Page 12–13). These sections provide important information concerning the proper operation of the unit. Additionally, in order to feel assured that you have gained a good grasp of every feature provided by your new unit, read Owner’s Manual in its entirety. This manual should be saved and kept on hand as a convenient reference. Copyright © 2013 ROLAND CORPORATION All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form without the written permission of ROLAND CORPORATION. Selecting English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, or Japanese as the operating language. ☞ Page 117 CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 2 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 For the U.K. IMPORTANT: THE WIRES IN THIS MAINS LEAD ARE COLOURED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FOLLOWING CODE. BLUE: NEUTRAL BROWN: LIVE As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this apparatus may not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows: The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured BLACK. The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured RED. Under no circumstances must either of the above wires be connected to the earth terminal of a three pin plug. CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 3 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Check the Included Items The CD-2u/SD-2u includes the following items. Please take a moment to confirm that all of these items have been included with the CD-2u/SD-2u. If you find that any item is missing, contact the nearest authorized Roland distributor in your country.

❍ CD-2u/SD-2u (The illustration depicts the CD-2u) ❍ Remote controller ❍ AC Adaptor/Power cord * The shape of the power cord’s plug varies depending on the country. ❍ CD-R disc ❍ SD memory card * The SD memory card contains demo songs (Page 28). ❍ SD memory card Protector ❍ Owner’s Manual ❍ Quick Start

4 CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 4 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Table of Contents USING THE UNIT SAFELY............................................................................. 8 Checking IMPORTANT NOTES................................................................................... 12 and Panel Descriptions ..................................................................................... 14 Preparations Recordable Media and Functionality......................................................... 20 Turning the Power On and Off.................................................................. 22 Using the Dedicated AC Adaptor .......................................................................... 22 Using Batteries...................................................................................................... 24 Preparing an SD Memory Card ................................................................. 26 Preparing a CD ........................................................................... 29 Preparing the Remote Control .................................................................. 31 Replacing the Remote Control’s Battery................................................................ 31 Using the Remote Control .................................................................................... 32 Menu Operations ....................................................................................... 33 About Easy Guide....................................................................................... 37 Setting Items in Easy Guide....................................................................... 38 Recording Acoustic Instruments or Vocals................................................ 41 Recording with the Internal Mics .......................................................................... 41 Recording Connecting the External Mics for Recording ......................................................... 45 Recording an Electronic Instrument.......................................................... 50 Recording a Cassette or Digital Audio Player ........................................... 52 Recording Karaoke..................................................................................... 54 Layering your Performance onto an SD Memory Card Song and Recording It........ 59 Convenient Functions for Recording......................................................... 62 Automatically Starting Recording When Audio is Detected ................................... 62 Assigning Song Numbers While Recording (Marker)............................................. 64 Preventing Loud Sounds from Distorting (Limiter) ................................................ 67 Inserting a Count Before Recording Begins (Count-in) .......................................... 68 Listening to a CD/Listening to an SD Memory Card ................................ 70 Convenient Functions for Playback ........................................................... 72 Listening Adjusting the Tone (Bass/Treble) .......................................................................... 72 Adding Reverberation (Reverb) ............................................................................. 73 Muting the Sound of the Speakers........................................................................ 74 Exchanging the Left and Right Audio Channels for Playback................................. 74 Changing the Key of the Playback ............................................................ 75 Making Fine Adjustments to the Playback Pitch (Pitch)........................... 76 Convenient Functions Slowing Down or Speeding Up Playback .................................................. 77 for practicing Enjoying Simple Karaoke (Center Cancel) ................................................ 78 Repeatedly Playing Tracks (1 Track/All Repeat) ....................................... 79 Repeatedly playing a portion of the song (A/B Repeat) .......................... 80 Sounding the Metronome ......................................................................... 81 Tuning Your Instrument (Tuner Function)................................................ 83 Changing the Tuner’s Reference Pitch .................................................................. 84 Listening to a Guide Tone While Tuning ............................................................... 85

CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 5 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Deleting Creating a CD Editing an SD memory card Viewing Information and Screen Display Advanced Uses Appendices Table of Contents (continued) Deleting Songs from an SD Memory Card................................................ 86 Deleting Songs Individually .................................................................................. 86 Erasing All Tracks .................................................................................................. 87 Preparations RecordingListeningDeletingCreating a CDEditing an SDAdvanced UsesAppendices Checking Deleting an Unwanted Region at the Beginning of the Song (Trim In).................. 88 Deleting an Unwanted Region at the End of the Song (Trim Out)......................... 90 Erasing Tracks from a CD-RW Disc ............................................. 92 Deleting One Song at a Time (Only the Last Song)............................................... 92 Erasing All Tracks .................................................................................................. 93 Removing Finalization........................................................................................... 94 Selecting Songs from an SD Memory Card to Create a CD ...... 95 Making a music CD from a song recorded on a device such as the Roland R-05/R-09 series ....... 98 Making a CD-R/RW Disc for Playback on Another CD Player (Finalize) ....... 99 Creating a Duplicate of an Original Music CD (Backup) ......... 100 Moving a Song......................................................................................... 103 Dividing a Track ....................................................................................... 104 Joining Songs ........................................................................................... 106 Maximizing the Volume of a Song.......................................................... 107 Creating a Copy of a Song in a New Key ................................................ 108 Creating a Copy of a Song in a New Pitch.............................................. 109 Creating a Copy of a Song at a New Playback Speed............................. 110 Creating a Copy of a Song with the Center Cancelled........................... 111 Viewing the Remaining Recording/Playback Time ................................. 112 Viewing Information about an SD Memory Card ................................... 113 Viewing Information about a CD-R/RW Disc ........................... 114 Adjusting the Readability of the Screen (Contrast)................................ 115 Automatically Dimming the Screen (Backlight Timer) ........................... 116 Changing the Screen Display Language ................................................. 117 Returning the Menu Settings to their Factory-Set Condition (Factory Reset) ............ 118 Formatting an SD Memory Card ............................................................. 119 Adjusting the Left/Right Volume Balance of the Internal Mics.............. 120 Reversing the Stereo Field of the Internal Mics...................................... 121 Connecting External Speakers................................................................. 123 Troubleshooting ...................................................................................... 125 Messages .................................................................................................. 132 Specifications ........................................................................................... 134 Index ........................................................................................................ 135 Information .............................................................................................. 140 Functions Convenient Display Information 5

6 CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 6 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 List of Common Tasks Recording ● Automatically start new songs at silent spaces when recording from a cassette or MD ☞ Page 66 (Auto Marker) ● Automatically start recording when a performance begins ☞ Page 62 (Automatically Recording) ● Let the CD-2u/SD-2u adjust the input level ☞ Page 44 (Auto Level) ☞ Page 44 (Rehearsal) ● Sound a count before recording begins ☞ Page 68 (Count-in) ● Record your vocal along with karaoke backing ☞ Page 54 (Overdubbing) ● Overdub-record ☞ Page 59 (Overdubbing) ● Make a well-balanced recording of an ensemble ☞ Page 120 (Internal Mics Balance) ● Record without distortion ☞ Page 67 (Limiter) ● Return a CD-RW disc to a recordable state ☞ Page 94 (Unfinalize) ● Check how much recording time is left ☞ Page 112 (Remaining Time) ● Check the capacity of the currently inserted SD memory card ☞ Page 113 (Card Information) ● Check the capacity of the currently inserted CD-R/RW disc ☞ Page 114 (Disc Information) Deleting ● Delete a song from an SD memory card ☞ Page 86 (One Track) ☞ Page 87 (All Tracks) ● Delete a song from a CD-RW disc ☞ Page 92 (Last Track) ☞ Page 93 (All Tracks) ● Delete unwanted silence before or after a song ☞ Page 88 (Trim In) ☞ Page 90 (Trim Out) ● Protect an important song from accidental erasure ☞ Page 26 (Protect Switch) CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 7 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 List of Common Tasks (continued) Listening ● Listen to the same phrase repeatedly ☞ Page 80 (A-B Repeat) Preparations CRecordingListeningDeletingCreating a CDEditing an SDAdvanced UsesAppendices hecking ● Listen to a song repeatedly ☞ Page 79 (Repeat) ● Listen to a song at different speeds ☞ Page 77 (Speed) ● Use a commercial music CD for karaoke ☞ Page 78 (Center Cancel) ● Resume playback where you last stopped ☞ Page 71 (Resume) ● Apply reverb ☞ Page 73 (Reverb) ● Boost a softly recorded song to maximum volume ☞ Page 107 (Normalize) Creating a CD ● Make a duplicate of an original music CD you created ☞ Page 100 (Backup) ● Complete a CD ☞ Page 99 (Finalize) Other ● Use the CD-2u/SD-2u where there’s no AC power ☞ Page 24 (Batteries) ● Extend battery life ☞ Page 116 (Backlight Timer) ● Connect speakers to listen ☞ Page 123 (External Speakers) ● Restore the CD-2u/SD-2u to its factory-set condition ☞ Page 118 (Factory Reset) ● Change the metronome’s sound or tempo ☞ Page 76 (Metronome) ● Tune your instrument ☞ Page 83 (Tuner) ● Use the remote controller ☞ Page 31 (Remote Control) Functions Convenient Display Information 7 8 CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 8 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 USING THE UNIT SAFELY

Used for instructions intended to alert the user to the risk of death or severe injury should the unit be used improperly. Used for instructions intended to alert the user to the risk of injury or material damage should the unit be used improperly. * Material damage refers to damage or other adverse effects caused with respect to the home and all its furnishings, as well to domestic animals or pets. 001-60 To completely turn off power to the unit, pull out the plug from the outlet Even with the power switch turned off, this unit is not completely separated from its main source of power. When the power needs to be completely turned off, turn off the power switch on the unit, then pull out the plug from the outlet. For this reason, the outlet into which you choose to connect the power cord’s plug should be one that is within easy reach and readily accessible. .................................................................................... 001-70 Concerning the Auto Off function The power to this unit will be turned off automatically after a predetermined amount of time has passed since it was last used for playing music, or its buttons or controls were operated (Auto Off function). If you do not want the power to be turned off automatically, disengage the Auto Off function (Page 23). .................................................................................... 002c Do not disassemble or modify by yourself Do not open (or modify in any way) the unit or its AC adaptor. .................................................................................... 003 Do not repair or replace parts by yourself Do not attempt to repair the unit, or replace parts within it (except when this manual provides specific instructions directing you to do so). Refer all servicing to your retailer, the nearest Roland Service Center, or an authorized Roland distributor, as listed on the “Information” page. .................................................................................... The symbol alerts the user to important instructions or warnings.The specific meaning of the symbol is determined by the design contained within the triangle. In the case of the symbol at left, it is used for general cautions, warnings, or alerts to danger. The symbol alerts the user to items that must never be carried out (are forbidden). The specific thing that must not be done is indicated by the design contained within the circle. In the case of the symbol at left, it means that the unit must never be disassembled. The ● symbol alerts the user to things that must be carried out. The specific thing that must be done is indicated by the design contained within the circle. In the case of the symbol at left, it means that the power- cord plug must be unplugged from the outlet. 004 Do not use or store in the following types of locations Subject to temperature extremes (e.g., direct sunlight in an enclosed vehicle, near a heating duct, on top of heat-generating equipment); or are • Damp (e.g., baths, washrooms, on wet floors); or are • Exposed to steam or smoke; or are • Subject to salt exposure; or are • Humid; or are • Exposed to rain; or are • Dusty or sandy; or are • Subject to high levels of vibration and shakiness. ................................................................................... 005a-edit Use only stand that is recommended This unit should be used only with a stand that is recommended by Roland. ................................................................................... 006a-edit Do not place in a location that is unstable When using the unit with a stand recommended by Roland, the rack or stand must be carefully placed so it is level and sure to remain stable. If not using a rack or stand, you still need to make sure that any location you choose for placing the unit provides a level surface that will properly support the unit, and keep it from wobbling. ................................................................................... 006b-edit Precautions regarding placement of this unit on a stand Be sure to follow the instructions in the Owner’s Manual carefully when placing this unit on a stand (Page 19). If it is not set up properly, you risk creating an unstable situation which could lead to the unit falling or the stand toppling, and may result in injury. ...................................................................................

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008c Use only the supplied AC adaptor and the correct voltage Be sure to use only the AC adaptor supplied with the unit. Also, make sure the line voltage at the instal- lation matches the input voltage specified on the AC adaptorÅfs body. Other AC adaptors may use a different polarity, or be designed for a different voltage, so their use could result in damage, malfunction, or electric shock. .................................................................................... 008e Use only the supplied power cord Use only the attached power-supply cord. Also, the supplied power cord must not be used with any other device. .................................................................................... 009 Do not bend the power cord or place heavy objects on it Do not excessively twist or bend the power cord, nor place heavy objects on it. Doing so can damage the cord, producing severed elements and short circuits. Damaged cords are fire and shock hazards! .................................................................................... 010 Avoid extended use at high volume This unit, either alone or in combination with an amplifier and headphones or speakers, may be capable of producing sound levels that could cause permanent hearing loss. Do not operate for a long period of time at a high volume level, or at a level that is uncomfortable. If you experience any hearing loss or ringing in the ears, you should immediately stop using the unit, and consult an audiologist. .................................................................................... 011 Don’t allow foreign objects or liquids to enter unit; never place containers with liquid on unit Do not place containers containing liquid (e.g., flower vases) on this product. Never allow foreign objects (e.g., flammable objects, coins, wires) or liquids (e.g., water or juice) to enter this product. Doing so may cause short circuits, faulty operation, or other malfunctions. .................................................................................... 012b Turn off the unit if an abnormality or malfunction occurs Immediately turn the unit off, remove the AC adaptor from the outlet, and request servicing by your retailer, the nearest Roland Service Center, or an authorized Roland distributor, as listed on the “Information” page when: • The AC adaptor, the power-supply cord, or the plug has been damaged; or • If smoke or unusual odor occurs; or • Objects have fallen into, or liquid has been spilled onto the unit; or • The unit has been exposed to rain (or otherwise has become wet); or • The unit does not appear to operate normally or exhibits a marked change in performance. .................................................................................... USING THE UNIT SAFELY (continued) 013 Adults must provide supervision in places where children are present When using the unit in locations where children are present, be careful so no mishandling of the unit can take place. An adult should always be on hand to provide supervision and guidance. ................................................................................... 014 Do not drop or subject to strong impact Protect the unit from strong impact. (Do not drop it!) ................................................................................... 015 Do not share an outlet with an unreasonable number of other devices Do not force the unit’s power-supply cord to share an outlet with an unreasonable number of other devices. Be especially careful when using extension cords—the total power used by all devices you have connected to the extension cord’s outlet must never exceed the power rating (watts/amperes) for the extension cord. Excessive loads can cause the insulation on the cord to heat up and eventually melt through. ................................................................................... 016 Do not use overseas Before using the unit in overseas, consult with your retailer, the nearest Roland Service Center, or an authorized Roland distributor, as listed on the “Infor- mation” page. ................................................................................... 019 Handle 1-edit batteries carefully • Batteries must never be recharged, heated, taken apart, or thrown into fire or water. 2-edit • Never expose batteries to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the like. 3-edit • Incorrect handling of batteries or rechargeable batteries, can cause leakage, overheating, fire, or explosion. Before use, you must read and strictly observe all of the precautions that accompany the batteries, rechargeable batteries, or battery charger. 4 • When using rechargeable batteries and a charger, use only the combination of rechargeable batteries and charger specified by the battery manufacturer. ................................................................................... 020 Handle lithium batteries carefully • Lithium batteries must never be recharged, heated, taken apart, or thrown into a fire or water. • Keep lithium batteries out of reach of small children. If a child has accidentally swallowed a battery, see a doctor immediately. • Never expose lithium batteries to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the like. ................................................................................... 9

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101b Place in a well ventilated location The unit and the AC adaptor should be located so their location or position does not interfere with their proper ventilation. .................................................................................... 101c-edit Use only the specified stand This unit is designed to be used in combination with specific stand (SS-PC1) manufactured by Roland. If used in combination with other stands, you risk sustaining injuries as the result of this product dropping down or toppling over due to a lack of stability. .................................................................................... 101f Evaluate safety issues before using stands Even if you observe the cautions given in the owner’s manual, certain types of handling may allow this product to fall from the stand, or cause the stand to overturn. Please be mindful of any safety issues before using this product. .................................................................................... 102c When disconnecting an AC adaptor, grasp it by the plug To prevent conductor damage, always grasp the AC adaptor by its plug when disconnecting it from this unit or from a power outlet. .................................................................................... 103b Periodically clean the AC adaptor’s plug At regular intervals, you should unplug the AC adaptor and clean it by using a dry cloth to wipe all dust and other accumulations away from its prongs. Also, disconnect the power plug from the power outlet whenever the unit is to remain unused for an extended period of time. Any accumulation of dust between the power plug and the power outlet can result in poor insulation and lead to fire. .................................................................................... 104 Manage cables for safety Try to prevent cords and cables from becoming entangled. Also, all cords and cables should be placed so they are out of the reach of children. .................................................................................... 106 Avoid climbing on top of the unit, or placing heavy objects on it Never climb on top of, nor place heavy objects on the unit. .................................................................................... 107c Do not connect or disconnect the AC adaptor with wet hands Never handle the AC adaptor or its plugs with wet hands when plugging into, or unplugging from, an outlet or this unit. .................................................................................... 108b Disconnect everything before moving the unit Before moving the unit, disconnect the AC adaptor and all cords coming from external devices. .................................................................................... 109b Unplug the AC adaptor from the outlet before cleaning Before cleaning the unit, turn it off and unplug the AC adaptor from the outlet (Page 22). ................................................................................... 110b If there is a possibility of lightning strike, disconnect the AC adaptor from the outlet Whenever you suspect the possibility of lightning in your area, disconnect the AC adaptor from the outlet. ................................................................................... 111 Handle batteries carefully If used improperly, batteries may explode or leak and cause damage or injury. In the interest of safety, please read and observe the following precautions (Page 24). 1 • Carefully follow the installation instructions for batteries, and make sure you observe the correct polarity. 2 • Avoid using new batteries together with used ones. In addition, avoid mixing different types of batteries. 3 • Remove the batteries whenever the unit is to remain unused for an extended period of time. 5 • Never keep batteries together with metallic objects such as ballpoint pens, necklaces, hairpins, etc. 6 • Used batteries must be disposed of in compliance with whatever regulations for their safe disposal that may be observed in the region in which you live. ................................................................................... 113-edit Handle lithium batteries carefully • Use only the specified type (model no. CR2025) of lithium batteries (Page 31). Be sure to insert it as directed (to ensure correct polarity). • Used lithium batteries must be disposed of in compliance with whatever regulations for their safe disposal that may be observed in the region in which you live. ................................................................................... 116a-edit Take care so as not to get fingers pinched When handling the following moving parts, take care so as not to get fingers etc. pinched. Whenever a child uses the unit, an adult should be on hand to provide supervision and guidance. • CD-R/RW drive (Page 29) ................................................................................... 118d-edit Keep small items out of the reach of children To prevent accidental ingestion of the parts listed below, always keep them out of the reach of small children. • Included Parts SD memory card (Page 26) SD memory card protector (Page 28) • Removable Parts screws (Page 27) ...................................................................................

CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 11 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 118e Handle the ground terminal carefully If you remove the screw from the ground terminal, be sure to replace it; don’t leave it lying around where it could accidently be swallowed by small children. When refastening the screw, make that it is firmly fastened, so it won’t come loose. .................................................................................... 120-edit Precautions concerning use of phantom power supply Always turn the phantom power off when connecting any device other than condenser microphones that require phantom power. You risk causing damage if you mistakenly supply phantom power to dynamic microphones, audio playback devices, or other devices that don’t require such power. Be sure to check the specifications of any microphone you intend to use by referring to the manual that came with it. (This instrument’s phantom power: 48 V DC, 8 mA Max) .................................................................................... 123 Handle leaking batteries carefully • If fluid has leaked from a battery, make sure not to touch it with your bare hands. • If any of the leaking fluid gets into your eyes, the loss of vision may result. Do not rub your eyes; use clean water to flush them thoroughly. Then, promptly see a doctor. • Burning of the skin or dermatitis may result if fluid has gotten onto your skin or clothing. Use clean water to flush affected areas thoroughly; then, promptly see a doctor. • Using a soft cloth, carefully wipe any remaining fluid from the inside of the battery compartment. Then, install new batteries. .................................................................................... USING THE UNIT SAFELY (continued) Preparations RecordingListeningDeletingCreating a CDEditing an SDAdvanced UsesAppendices 11 Checking Functions Convenient Display Information

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Power Supply 301 ● Do not connect this unit to same electrical outlet that is being used by an electrical appliance that is controlled by an inverter or a motor (such as a refrigerator, washing machine, microwave oven, or air conditioner). Depending on the way in which the electrical appliance is used, power supply noise may cause this unit to malfunction or may produce audible noise. If it is not practical to use a separate electrical outlet, connect a power supply noise filter between this unit and the electrical outlet. 302 ● The AC adaptor will begin to generate heat after long hours of consecutive use. This is normal, and is not a cause for concern. 303a-edit ● The use of an AC adaptor is recommended as the unit’s power consumption is relatively high. Should you prefer to use batteries, please use the alkaline batteries or rechargeable Ni-MH batteries. 307 ● To prevent malfunction and equipment failure, always make sure to turn off the power on all your equipment before you make any connections. Power Supply: Use of Batteries 322 ● When installing or replacing batteries, always turn this unit off and disconnect any other devices you may have connected. This way, you can prevent malfunction and damage. 325 ● A battery was installed in the remote controller before it left the factory. The life of this battery may be limited, however, since its primary purpose was to enable testing. 327-edit ● If the batteries run extremely low, the sound may distort / interruptions in the sound may occur at high volume levels, but this does not indicate a malfunction. If this occurs, please replace the batteries / use the included AC adaptor. 328-edit ● If operating this unit on batteries, please use alkaline batteries or rechargeable Ni-MH batteries. 329 ● If operating this unit on batteries, please disconnect the AC adaptor from this unit. 330-edit ● Even if batteries are installed, the unit will turn off if you connect or disconnect the power cord from the AC outlet while the unit is turned on, or if you connect or disconnect the AC adaptor from the unit. When this occurs, unsaved data may be lost. You must turn off the power before you connect or disconnect the power cord or AC adaptor. Placement 351 ● Using the unit near power amplifiers (or other equipment containing large power transformers) may induce hum. To alleviate the problem, change the orientation of this unit; or move it farther away from the source of interference. 352a ● This device may interfere with radio and television reception. Do not use this device in the vicinity of such receivers. 352b ● Noise may be produced if wireless communications devices, such as cell phones, are operated in the vicinity of this unit. Such noise could occur when receiving or initiating a call, or while conversing. Should you experience such problems, you should relocate such wireless devices so they are at a greater distance from this unit, or switch them off. 354a ● Do not expose the unit to direct sunlight, place it near devices that radiate heat, leave it inside an enclosed vehicle, or otherwise subject it to temperature extremes. Excessive heat can deform or discolor the unit. 355b ● When moved from one location to another where the temperature and/or humidity is very different, water droplets (condensation) may form inside the unit. Damage or malfunction may result if you attempt to use the unit in this condition. Therefore, before using the unit, you must allow it to stand for several hours, until the condensation has completely evaporated. 360 ● Depending on the material and temperature of the surface on which you place the unit, its rubber feet may discolor or mar the surface. You can place a piece of felt or cloth under the rubber feet to prevent this from happening. If you do so, please make sure that the unit will not slip or move accidentally. 361 ● Do not place containers or anything else containing liquid on top of this unit. Also, whenever any liquid has been spilled on the surface of this unit, be sure to promptly wipe it away using a soft, dry cloth. Maintenance 401a ● For everyday cleaning wipe the unit with a soft, dry cloth or one that has been slightly dampened with water. To remove stubborn dirt, use a cloth impregnated with a mild, non-abrasive detergent. Afterwards, be sure to wipe the unit thoroughly with a soft, dry cloth. 402 ● Never use benzine, thinners, alcohol or solvents of any kind, to avoid the possibility of discoloration and/or deformation. Repairs and Data 452-edit ● Please be aware that all data contained in the unit’s memory may be lost when the unit is sent for repairs. Important data should always be backed up SD cards, SDHC cards, or written down on paper (when possible). During repairs, due care is taken to avoid the loss of data. However, in certain cases (such as when circuitry related to memory itself is out of order), we regret that it may not be possible to restore the data, and Roland assumes no liability concerning such loss of data. Handling CDs 801 ● Avoid touching or scratching the shiny underside (encoded surface) of the disc. Damaged or dirty discs may not be read properly. Keep your discs clean using a commercially available disc cleaner.

CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 13 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 IMPORTANT NOTES (continued) Additional Precautions 551-edit ● Please be aware that the contents of memory can be irretrievably lost as a result of a malfunction, or the Preparations RecordingListeningDeletingCreating a CDEditing an SDAdvanced UsesAppendices Copyrights / Licenses / Trademarks C-01 ● It is forbidden by law to make an audio recording, video recording, copy or revision of a third party’s copyrighted Checking improper operation of the unit. To protect yourself against work (musical work, video work, broadcast, live the risk of loosing important data, we recommend that you performance, or other work), whether in whole or in part, have written down on paper (when possible). and distribute, sell, lease, perform, or broadcast it without 552 ● Unfortunately, it may be impossible to restore the contents the permission of the copyright owner. of data that was stored in the unit’s memory, SD cards, or ● Do not use this product for purposes that could infringe SDHC cards once it has been lost. Roland Corporation on a copyright held by a third party. We assume no assumes no liability concerning such loss of data. responsibility whatsoever with regard to any 553 ● Use a reasonable amount of care when using the unit’s buttons, sliders, or other controls; and when using its jacks and connectors. Rough handling can lead to malfunctions. infringements of third-party copyrights arising through your use of this product. 2a-2 ● MMP (Moore Microprocessor Portfolio) refers to a patent 554 ● Never strike or apply strong pressure to the display. 556 ● When disconnecting all cables, grasp the connector itself— portfolio concerned with microprocessor architecture, which was developed by Technology Properties Limited (TPL). Roland has licensed this technology from the TPL never pull on the cable. This way you will avoid causing Group. shorts, or damage to the cable’s internal elements. 558 ● To avoid disturbing others nearby, try to keep the unit’s About the Licenses Agreement 2a-3 ● Fugue © 1999–2013 Kyoto Software Research, Inc. All rights reserved. volume at reasonable levels. 2a-10 559a ● When you need to transport the unit, package it in the box ● The SD logo ( ) and SDHC logo ( ) are (including padding) that it came in, if possible. Otherwise, you will need to use equivalent packaging materials. 562 ● Some connection cables contain resistors. Do not use cables that incorporate resistors for connecting to this unit. The use of such cables can cause the sound level to be extremely low, or impossible to hear. For information on trademarks of SD-3C, LLC. 2a-17 ● This product contains eCROS integrated software platform of eSOL Co.,Ltd. eCROS is a trademark of eSOL Co., Ltd. in Japan. 3a ● Roland is a registered trademark or trademark of Roland cable specifications, contact the manufacturer of the cable. Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. 567-edit ● When opening/closing the CD drive , please be 4 ● T-01 Company names and product names appearing in this careful not to get your fingers pinched between the movable part and the panel. In places where small document are registered trademarks or trademarks of their respective owners. children are present, make sure that an adult provides supervision and guidance. 708-edit ● Please observe the following precautions when handling SD cards and SDHC cards. ❍ Do not remove the device while reading/writing is in progress. ❍ To prevent damage from static electricity, discharge all static electricity from your person before handling the device. ❍ Avoid touching the terminals and protect them from contact with metallic objects. Make sure they stay clean. ❍ Do not bend, drop, or apply strong force to the device. ❍ Do not leave the device where it can be subjected to direct sunlight. Do not leave the device in locations such as a closed vehicle. ❍ The device must not get wet. 552 ● The CD-2u/SD-2u’s CD-writing functionality, and its backing-up functionality are designed to allow you to reproduce material to which you have copyright, or material which the copyright owner has granted you permission to copy. Accordingly, reproduction of Music CD or other copyrighted material without permission of the copyright owner avoiding technical prohibiting features of second-generation and later copying like SCMS or others constitutes copyright infringement and may incur penalties even in case such reproduction is for your own personal use and enjoyment (private use). Consult a copyright specialist or special publications for more detailed information on obtaining such permission from copyright holders. ❍ Do not disassemble or modify the device. 930a-edit ● Never turn off the power or disconnect the SD cards or SDHC cards while the display indicates “Processing...” add ● All SD cards and SDHC cards eventually wear out. We recommend that you consider the SD card and SDHC card not as a permanent storage site, but as a place to store data temporarily. We also recommend that you back up important performance or data that cannot be recorded again onto the another media that is supported by your unit. Functions Convenient Display Information 13

14 CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 14 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Panel Descriptions Top Panel * The illustration depicts the CD-2u. MIC L/MIC R SD Card Slot This is a stereo pair of mics built into the CD-2u/SD- You can insert an SD memory card here. 2u. You can use these mics to record. ☞ “Preparing an SD Memory Card” (Page 26) ☞ “Recording with the Internal Mics” (Page 41) [ ] (Stop) Button [MIC] Knob This button stops playback or recording. This adjusts the input level of the internal mics and the EXT MIC (L, R) jacks. ☞ “Listening to a CD/Listening to an SD Memory Card” (Page 70) If the input sound fig.mic-peak.eps is too loud, the PEAK [ ] (Play) Button indicator above the [MIC] knob will light. ● This button starts playback or recording. * If you turn the [MIC] knob all the way to the left, no ● During playback or recording, you can press this sound will be input from the internal mics or the EXT button to pause. Press it once again to resume MIC (L, R) jacks. playback or recording from the location at which * If the [MIC LEVEL] switch is in the “AUTO” position you paused. (Page 44), the input level will be set automatically, and ● If you pause recording, the next track will be you won’t be able to adjust the input level using the started at the point you resumed recording. [MIC] knob. ☞ “Listening to a CD/Listening to an SD Memory Card” ☞ “Recording with the Internal Mics” (Page 41), (Page 70) “Connecting the External Mics for Recording” (Page 45) [LINE] Knob This adjusts the input level of the LINE IN (L, R) jacks. [ ] (Record) Button ● Press this button to enter recording-standby mode. ● During recording, you can press this button to assign a track number. If the input sound fig.mic-peak.eps is too loud, the PEAK ☞ “Press the [ ] (Record) button to Assign a Song indicator above the [LINE] knob will light. number” (Page 64) * If you turn the [LINE] knob all the way to the left, no MODE Button sound will be input from the LINE IN (L, R) jacks. ☞ “Recording an Electronic Instrument” (Page 50), “Recording a Cassette or Digital Audio Player” (Page These buttons select the audio source. The selected button will light. 52) [VOLUME] Knob [SD CARD] Selects “SD memory card” as the audio button source. This knob adjusts the volume of the internal [CD] button Selects “CD” as the audio source. speakers and the headphones. ☞ “Listening to a CD/Listening to an SD Memory Card” (Page 70) [EJECT ] Button Press this to eject the CD. ☞ “Removing a CD” (Page 30)

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* If an unfinalized CD-R/RW disc is inserted, a message asking whether you want to finalize the disc before ejecting will appear when you press the [EJECT( )] button. ☞ “Making a CD-R/RW Disc for Playback on Another CD Player (Finalize)” (Page 99) [REVERB] Button This button accesses the Reverb screen. The specified reverb effect will be applied. ☞ “Adding Reverberation (Reverb)” (Page 73) [GUIDE TONE] Button This button accesses the Tone screen. A guide tone will sound at the specified frequency. ☞ “Listening to a Guide Tone While Tuning” (Page 85) [TUNER] Button This button accesses the Tuner screen. ☞ “Tuning Your Instrument (Tuner Function)” (Page 83) [ ] [ ] Buttons ● You can use these buttons to jump to the beginning of the preceding or the following track. During playback, the [ ] button takes you back to the beginning of the currently playing track. ● While stopped, press and hold these buttons to rapidly move to the beginning of the track. ● During playback, press and hold one of these buttons to rewind or fast-forward. ● While paused, press and hold these buttons to rapidly rewind or fast-forward. ☞ “Listening to a CD/Listening to an SD Memory Card” (Page 70) [EASY GUIDE] Button This button accesses the Easy Guide screen. Here you can record or create a CD by following the on- screen instructions. ☞ “About Easy Guide” (Page 37) [ ] (Metronome) Button This turns the metronome on/off. ☞ “Sounding the Metronome” (Page 81) [KEY] button This button changes the pitch of the playback sound. ☞ “Changing the Key of the Playback” (Page 75) ☞ “Making Fine Adjustments to the Playback Pitch (Pitch)” (Page 76) [SPEED] button This button changes the playback speed. ☞ “Slowing Down or Speeding Up Playback” (Page 77) [CENTER CANCEL] button This button eliminates or minimizes the sound heard from the center, such as the main vocal of the song. ☞ “Enjoying Simple Karaoke (Center Cancel)” (Page 78) [REPEAT] Button This button repeatedly plays back the region you specify. ☞ “Repeatedly playing a portion of the song (A/B Panel Descriptions (continued) Repeat)” (Page 80) [POWER] Switch This turns the power on/off. ☞ “Using the Dedicated AC Adaptor” (Page 22), ☞ “Using Batteries” (Page 24) Stereo Speakers These are a pair of stereo speakers built into the CD-2u/SD-2u. Metronome Indicator This will blink if the metronome is on. ☞ “Sounding the Metronome” (Page 81) [SPEAKER] button This button turns the speaker on/off. ☞ “Muting the Sound of the Speakers” (Page 74) [MENU] Button ● This button accesses the menu screen. Here you can make settings for recording/playback, and settings for the CD-2u/SD-2u itself. ☞ “Menu Operations” (Page 33) [EXIT] Button ● After you’ve modified the setting for a menu item, press this to return to the audio source display. ● Press this to answer “no” to messages shown in the display. Function Buttons These buttons are used mainly to perform menu operations. ☞ “Menu Operations” (Page 33) [ ] [ ] Buttons (Left/Right) These buttons select menu items from a menu screen. * From the audio source display, pressing the [ ] [ ] buttons will access a screen where you can specify the playback level of the player (SD/CD). ☞ “Recording Karaoke” (Page 54) ☞ “Layering Your Performance onto an SD Memory Card Song and Recording It” (Page 59) [+] [-] Buttons (Up/Down) These buttons modify the value of a menu item. * From the audio source display, pressing the [-] button will access a screen where you can confirm whether you want to delete the song. ☞ “Deleting Songs Individually” (Page 86) ☞ “Deleting One Song at a Time (Only the Last Song)” (Page 92) [ENTER] Button (Center) ● This button confirms a menu item and displays a screen where you can edit that item. ● Press this to answer “yes” to messages shown in the display. 15

16 CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 16 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Panel Descriptions (continued) Display The display shows information or messages related to the operation you’re performing, such as when you’re making various settings or editing tracks. LEVEL Meter This indicates the volume level of the track that’s playing or the instrument or mic that’s being input. Source Name Indicator This indicates the name of the currently selected Displayed during one-track repeat playback. audio source. ☞ Page 79 TRACK Indicator This indicates the track number. Displayed during all-track repeat playback. ☞ Page 79 Displayed during A-B repeat playback. TIME Indicator ☞ Page 80 This indicates the elapsed playback or recording time. You can switch the time information that’s shown This is shown if the CD-2u/SD-2u is running on batteries. It indicates the remaining battery power. here ☞ “Viewing the Remaining Recording/Playback Time” (Page 112) Right Side Panel Phantom power indicator This indicates the phantom power on/off status. Symbol Indicators fig.unit02-e.eps CD Tray This is where you insert a CD. ☞ “Inserting a CD” (Page 29) Emergency Eject Hole You can use this to remove the CD in case of emergency. Normally, it is not used. ☞ “If You are Unable to Eject the Disc” (Page 30)

CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 17 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Left Side Panel fig.unit02-e.eps EXT MIC (L, R) jacks (XLR/TRS combo type) Connect external mics to these jacks. These XLR connectors can supply phantom power. ☞ “Connecting the External Mics for Recording” (Page 45) ☞ “Using Phantom Power” (Page 49) * This instrument is equipped with balanced (XLR/TRS) type jacks. Wiring diagrams for these jacks are shown below. Make connections after first checking the wiring diagrams of other equipment you intend to connect. TIP: RING: HOT COLD 2: HOT 1: GND SLEEVE: GND 3: COLD PLUG IN POWER MIC jack Connect a plug in power mic to this jack. ☞ “Connecting the External Mics for Recording” (Page 45) Ground Terminal Connect this to an external electrical ground. Depending on the circumstances of a particular setup, you may experience a discomforting sensation, or perceive that the surface feels gritty to the touch when you touch this device, microphones connected to it, or the metal portions of other objects, such as mics. This is due to an infinitesimal electrical charge, which is absolutely harmless. However, if you are concerned about this, connect the ground terminal with an external ground. When the unit is grounded, a slight hum may occur, depending on the particulars of your installation. If you are unsure of the connection method, contact the nearest Roland Service Center, or an authorized Roland distributor, as listed on the “Information” page. Unsuitable places for connection ● Water pipes (may result in shock or electrocution) ● Gas pipes (may result in fire or explosion) ● Telephone-line ground or lightning rod (may be dangerous in the event of lightning) Panel Descriptions (continued) [MIC LEVEL] Switch This selects how the mic input level is to be adjusted. Switch Explanation position MANUAL The [MIC] knob will adjust the mic’s input level. The mic input level will be adjusted AUTO automatically. Operating the [MIC] knob will not affect the input level. ☞ “Recording Acoustic Instruments or Vocals” (Page 41) ☞ “Adjusting the Input Level Automatically (Auto Level Function)” (Page 44) LINE IN (L, R) jacks Connect an electronic piano, keyboard, cassette deck, etc. to these jacks. ☞ “Recording an Electronic Instrument” (Page 50), “Recording a Cassette or Digital Audio Player” (Page 52) LINE OUT (L, R) jacks Use this jack to output analog audio signals to an external speaker system or electronic piano. ☞ “Connecting External Speakers” (Page 123) You can choose the audio signal that will be output from the LINE OUT jack. ☞ “Selecting the Audio Source that’s Sent from the LINE OUT Jack” (Page 124) PHONES jack You can connect a set of headphones to this jack. * If headphones are connected, there will be no sound from the speakers. ☞ Step 4 on “Recording with the Internal Mics” (Page 41) 17

18 CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 18 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Panel Descriptions (continued) Rear Panel/Bottom Panel fig.unit03.eps DC IN Connector Connect the dedicated AC adaptor (included) here. ☞ “Using the Dedicated AC Adaptor” (Page 22) Cord Hook Use this cord hook to fasten the cord of the dedicated AC adaptor (included) so that it doesn’t become accidentally unplugged. ☞ “Using the Dedicated AC Adaptor” (Page 22) Security Slot ( ) http://www.kensington.com/ Battery Cover ☞ “Using Batteries” (Page 24) Battery Compartment Install batteries here if you want to operate the CD-2u/SD-2u on batteries. If you’re using the dedicated AC adaptor, it’s not necessary to install batteries. ☞ “Using Batteries” (Page 24) Note Even if batteries are installed, the unit will turn off if you connect or disconnect the power cord from the AC outlet while the unit is turned on, or if you connect or disconnect the AC adaptor from the unit. When this occurs, unsaved data may be lost. You must turn off the power before you connect or disconnect the power cord or AC adaptor. CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 19 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Panel Descriptions (continued) Metronome settings Preparations RecordingListeningDeletingCreating a CDEditing an SDAdvanced UsesAppendices 19 Checking Makes the metronome tempo faster. Makes the metronome tempo slower. Turns the metronome on/off. Playback speed settings Makes the playback faster. Makes the playback slower. Turns the playback speed setting on/off. Playback key settings Raises the key of the playback sound. Lowers the key of the playback sound. Turns the key setting on/off. Functions Remote Control Performs record/playback operations for the CD or SD memory card. These have the same function as the buttons on the CD-2u/SD-2u itself. Center Cancel Turns Center Cancel on/off. Convenient Note The [VOLUME] knob of the CD-2u/SD-2u itself does not move when you adjust the volume from the remote control. This may cause the actual volume to no longer match the position of the [VOLUME] knob. If you’re using headphones, use the [VOLUME] knob of the CD-2u/SD-2u itself to lower the volume before you start listening. This will help prevent high volume from damaging your hearing.Important For details on installing batteries in the remote control and using the remote control, refer to “Preparing the Remote Control” (Page 31). Attaching the CD-2u or SD-2u to a stand Display Information By using the separately sold SS-PC1, you can attach the CD-2u or SD-2u to a stand as shown in the illustration * When you using the SS-PC1, extend the legs to their maximum spread. Do not allow the overall height including the CD-2u or SD-2u to exceed 1 meter (approx. 3.3 feet). * The SS-PC1 must be carefully placed so it is level and sure to remain stable. * Please be mindful of any safety issues before using this product 20 CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 20 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Recordable Media and Functionality As its recording media, this device uses SD memory cards, and the CD-2u additionally allows you to use CD-R discs and CD-RW discs. The functions available for editing or deleting songs (tracks) after recording will differ according to the media you use. The table below shows the functions available for each type of media. * In order for a CD-R/RW disc recorded on the CD-2u/SD-2u to be playable on another CD player, an operation called “finalizing” (Page 99) must be performed on that disc. * We cannot guarantee that a music CD created on the CD-2u/SD-2u will play on all CD players. Depending on your CD player’s support for CD-R/RW discs, music CDs you create may or may not play correctly. * The CD-2u and the SD-2u support SDHC memory cards (up to 16 GB). * Some SD memory card types or SD memory cards from some manufacturers may not record or play back properly on the CD-2u/SD-2u. Unlike conventional music CDs, both of these discs allow recording. A song recorded on a CD-R (Compact Disc Recordable) disc cannot be erased later. You should use CD-R discs in the following cases. ● To record an important performance ● To create a CD from songs you’ve recorded on an SD memory card ● To back up an original music CD CD-RW (Compact Disc ReWritable) discs allow you to erase a song you’ve recorded. Songs can be erased one by one starting at the last-recorded song, or you can erase all songs in a single operation. CD-RW discs can be recorded and erased approximately 1,000 times. You should use CD-RW discs in the following cases. ● To record your practicing ● To Make a “sketchpad” of your musical ideas Media

SD memory card CD-R disc CD-RW disc Music CD 8x speed supported 4x/8x speeds supported CD-2u/SD-2u function Recording Conventional Overdubbing recording ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓

Playback ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ Edit tracks ✓ Delete tracks ✓ ✓ Cancel finalization (Page 94) ✓ Create an original music CD ✓ ✓ Backup an original music CD ✓ ✓ Differences between CD-R discs and CD-RW discs CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 21 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分

Minimum Recording Time for One Track In order to allow music CDs to be created from the songs you record, the minimum recording time for one song on this unit is four seconds. Pressing [ ] (Stop) or [ (Pause)] will not stop recording if less than four seconds have passed since you began recording. Moreover, you cannot assign a track number (Page 64) in such cases. In Case Your Performance is Not Recordable Further recording is not possible once you’ve reached the maximum recordable time or the maximum number of songs that can be recorded. ● If there is no more recordable time, the message “SD Card Full” or “CD Disc Full” will appear. ● If the maximum number of tracks have already been recorded, the message “SD Track Full” or “CD Track Full” will appear. This message goes away when you press the [ENTER] button. If you’re using an SD memory card or a CD-RW disc, you can erase unwanted songs (Page 86, 92) and then continue recording. When Recording on an SD memory card ■ Data Format Wave (Stereo) ● Sampling Rate: 44.1 kHz ● Bit Depth: 16 bits * CD-2u/SD-2u only supports above data format. ■ Recording Modes and Maximum Recording Times Capacity Maximum recording time (approx.) 1 GB 94 minutes (1 hour 34 minutes) 2 GB 189 minutes (3 hours 9 minutes) 4 GB 377 minutes (6 hours 17 minutes) 8 GB 755 minutes (12 hours 35 minutes) 16 GB 1511 minutes (25 hours 11 minutes) * The maximum times given above are approximate. The actual time may be slightly less depending on how tracks have been edited. * You can view the remaining time in the display. ☞ “Viewing the Remaining Recording/Playback Time” (Page 112) ■ Recording Time for One Track (One Song) The maximum length of one track is 74 minutes. If a recording exceeds 74 minutes, a new track division will automatically be created. ■ The Number of Recording Tracks A maximum of 99 tracks can be recorded on one SD memory card. Recordable Media and Functionality (continued) When Recording on a CD-R/RW disc You must use the dedicated AC adaptor when recording on a CD-R/RW disc. ■ Maximum Recording Times Capacity Maximum recording time 650 MB approximately 74 minutes 700 MB approximately 80 minutes * The maximum times given above are approximate. The actual time may be slightly less depending on the number of tracks that are recorded. * You can view the remaining time in the display. ☞ “Viewing the Remaining Recording/Playback Time” (Page 112) ■ Types of Discs that You Can Record ● Blank CD-R discs “ Blank disc ” refers to an “empty” disc on which nothing has been recorded or stored. ● Partially recorded (not yet finalized) CD-R discs ■ The Number of Recording Tracks A maximum of 99 tracks can be recorded on one CD-R/RW disc. ■ Recorded Songs When you record on a CD-R/RW disc, a blank space of two seconds will automatically be added at the end of each track (song). ■ Finalization “Finalization” is a process that can be applied to a CD-R/ RW disc so that it will be playable by a conventional CD player. Once a CD-R disc or CD-RW disc has been finalized, it can be played back as a music CD in a CD player that supports CD-R or CD-RW playback. For more information, refer to “Making a CD-R/RW Disc for Playback on Another CD Player (Finalize)” (Page 99). * No further songs can be recorded on a CD-R/RW disc that has been finalized. ● If you’re using a CD-RW disc, you can remove the finalization and add additional material. ☞ “Removing Finalization” (Page 94) 21

22 CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 22 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Turning the Power On and Off You can operate the CD-2u/SD-2u either with the dedicated AC adaptor, six alkaline batteries (AA, LR6, sold separately), or rechargeable Ni-MH batteries (AA, HR6, sold separately). * Before turning the unit on/off, always be sure to turn the volume down. Even with the volume turned down, you might hear some sound when switching the unit on/off. However, this is normal and does not indicate a malfunction. Using the Dedicated AC Adaptor If you’re using the dedicated AC adaptor, batteries are not required. * Even if batteries are installed, the unit will turn off if you connect or disconnect the power cord from the AC outlet while the unit is turned on, or if you connect or disconnect the AC adaptor from the unit. When this occurs, unsaved data may be lost. You must turn off the power before you connect or disconnect the power cord or AC adaptor. 1 Connect the power. * Place the AC adaptor so the side with the indicator (see illustration) faces upwards. The indicator will light when you plug the AC adaptor into an AC outlet. fig.ACadaptor-e.esp Connect the plug of the dedicated AC adaptor to the AC adaptor jack on the CD-2u/SD-2u’s rear panel. Connect the included power cord to the dedicated Indicator AC adaptor. Plug the power cord all the way into the AC outlet. Power cord (included) To AC Dedicated AC Adaptor (included) outlet * The shape of the power cord’s plug varies Cord hook depending on the country. To prevent the inadvertent disruption of power to your unit (should the plug be pulled out accidentally), and to avoid applying undue stress to the DC IN jack, anchor the power cord using the cord hook, as shown in the illustration. Bottom Panel * Do not force the cord into the slot. Doing so may break it. * When turning the CD-2u/SD-2u upside down, place stacks of newspapers or magazines to support the four corners (or two sides) so that stress is not placed on the buttons or knobs, possibly damaging them. 2 Press and hold the [POWER] switch. When the screen appears in the display, release the switch. fig.power-on.eps0 * This unit is equipped with a protection circuit. A brief interval (a few seconds) after turning the unit on is required before it will operate normally.

CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 23 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Turning the Power On and Off (continued) Turning the Power Off 1 Press and hold the [POWER] switch until the shutdown screen appears in the display. * Do not disconnect the AC adaptor until the display backlight turns off. About the Auto Off function The power to this unit will be turned off automatically after a predetermined amount of time has passed since it was last used for recording a performance, playing music, or its buttons or controls were operated (Auto Off function). If you do not want the power to be turned off automatically, disengage the Auto Off function. 1 Press the [MENU] button to access the menu screen, and choose “Auto Off.” fig.menu-automarker01-e.eps Press the [MENU] button to access the menu screen. Use the [+] [-] buttons to choose “SYSTEM.” Use the [ ] [ ] buttons to choose “Auto Off.” Press the [ENTER] button to confirm your choice. 2 Use the [+] [-] buttons to change the value for the Auto Off function. fig.menu-automarker01-e.eps Value Explanation Off The power will not turn off automatically. Use the [POWER] switch to turn the power on/off. 5 min 10 min 15 min 30 min 60 min 23 Power will automatically turn off when the specified time has elapsed following the last operation. 90 min 120 min (Factory Setting) 3 Press the [EXIT] button twice. You are returned to the audio source screen.

24 CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 24 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Turning the Power On and Off (continued) Using Batteries Note If you’re operating the CD-2u/SD-2u on batteries, you won’t be able to perform CD- related operations such as recording, playing, or writing songs, etc. * If operating this unit on batteries, please use alkaline batteries or rechargeable Ni-MH batteries. * If operating this unit on batteries, please disconnect the AC adaptor from this unit. * Even if batteries are installed, the unit will turn off if you connect or disconnect the power cord from the AC outlet while the unit is turned on, or if you connect or disconnect the AC adaptor from the unit. When this occurs, unsaved data may be lost. You must turn off the power before you connect or disconnect the power cord or AC adaptor. 1 Turn the power off. Disconnect all cables from the CD-2u/SD-2u. 2 Turn the CD-2u/SD-2u upside down and remove the battery cover. * When turning the unit upside down, take precautions to ensure that the buttons and knobs are protected from damage. Also, be sure to handle the unit with care so as to avoid dropping it, or allowing it to fall or tip over. fig.battery01-e.esp Battery cover Press here and pull upward. 3 Install six alkaline batteries (AA, LR6) or rechargeable Ni-MH batteries (AA, HR6). fig.battery02-e.esp * Make sure that the “ ” and “ ” are oriented correctly. 4 Close the battery cover and turn the CD-2u/SD-2u right side up. 5 Press and hold the [POWER] switch. Release the switch when the screen appears in the display. fig.power-on-battery.eps 6 Set the “Battery Type” (Page 36) parameter in the menu to specify the type of batteries you’re using. CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 25 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Turning the Power On and Off (continued) Turning the Power Off 1 Press and hold the [POWER] switch until the shutdown screen appears in the display. * Do not disconnect the AC adaptor until the display backlight turns off. Remaining Battery Indicator If you’re operating the CD-2u/SD-2u on batteries, the battery indicator will be shown on the screen. If you continue use the CD-2u/SD-2u when the batteries are low, the display will indicate “Battery Low,” and eventually the power will turn off. fig.icon-battery-e.eps Battery Life Expected battery life under continuous use: Alkaline battery: Approx. 5.5 hours Rechargeable Ni-MH battery: Approx. 6 hours * These figures will vary depending on the specifications of the batteries and the actual conditions of use. 25 Sufficient capacity remaining. Batteries are running low. Batteries are almost empty. Replace the batteries. * The remaining battery indicator is only an approximation. Note Even if batteries are installed, the unit will turn off if you connect or disconnect the power cord from the AC outlet while the unit is turned on, or if you connect or disconnect the AC adaptor from the unit. When this occurs, unsaved data may be lost. You must turn off the power before you connect or disconnect the power cord or AC adaptor. Important ● If operating this unit on batteries, please disconnect the AC adaptor from this unit. ● Carefully follow the installation instructions for batteries, and make sure you observe the correct polarity. ● Avoid using new batteries together with used ones. In addition, avoid mixing different types of batteries. ● Remove the batteries whenever the unit is to remain unused for an extended period of time. ● Never keep batteries together with metallic objects such as ballpoint pens, necklaces, hairpins, etc. ● Used batteries must be disposed of in compliance with whatever regulations for their safe disposal that may be observed in the region in which you live. ● Incorrect handling of batteries, rechargeable Ni-MH batteries, or a battery charger can cause leakage, overheating, fire, or explosion. Before use, you must read and strictly observe all of the precautions that accompany the batteries, rechargeable batteries, or battery charger. ● When using rechargeable batteries and a charger, use only the combination of rechargeable batteries and charger specified by the battery manufacturer. 26 CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 26 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Preparing an SD Memory Card Here’s how to prepare an SD memory card for recording. * The CD-2u and the SD-2u support SDHC cards (up to 16 GB). * Some SD memory card types or SD memory cards from some manufacturers may not record or play back properly on this unit. Inserting an SD Memory Card 1 Insert the SD memory card into the SD card slot on the CD-2u/SD-2u’s front panel. With fig.SDcard01-e.eps the printed surface of the SD memory card facing upward, insert the card until it clicks into position. * Carefully insert the SD cards or SDHC cards all the way in-until it is firmly in place. Printed surface fig.SDcard02.eps upward Displayed screen Status of the SD memory card Nothing has been recorded yet. Audio source A song has been recorded. * If the SD memory card has already been recorded, the total number of songs and the total playback time will Total number of tracks fig.SDlock.eps The contents of the SD memory card can be protected by write protecting it. To write protect a card, slide the write protect switch on the side of the SD memory card to the “LOCK” position. Unlock write protect to record, edit, or delete data on the card. SD card slot Total playback time be displayed when the SD memory card information is loaded. This SD memory card cannot be used by the CD-2u/ SD-2u in its current state. * If this message is shown, you’ll need to format the card before using it with the CD-2u/SD-2u. For details, refer to the section on the following page entitled “If the screen indicates “Unknown Format”” (Page 27). The SD memory card write protect feature (LOCK) Protect switch CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 27 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Preparing an SD Memory Card (continued) If the screen indicates “Unknown Format” In some cases when you insert an unused SD memory card that you purchased at a consumer electronic retailer, or an SD memory card that has been used with a computer or digital camera, the screen may indicate “Unknown Format. Format?” In order to use this SD memory card with the CD-2u/SD-2u, you’ll need to format the card. Proceed as follows to format the card. Note ● Never turn off the power or disconnect the SD cards, SDHC cards while the screen indicates “Processing...” ● When you format an SD memory card, any data that was on that card will be erased. Data that’s been lost in this way cannot be recovered. Please make sure that you really want to format the card. 1 To begin formatting, press the [ENTER] button. fig.SDcard05.eps 2 If you’re sure you want to proceed, press the [ENTER] button. (Note that the process cannot be interrupted once you’ve started it. If you decide that you don’t want to begin the process, press the [EXIT] button.) fig.SDcard06.eps The screen will indicate “Processing..,” and the card will be formatted. When formatting is completed, you’re returned to the audio source screen. Using the Included SD Memory Card Protector You can use the included SD memory card protector to prevent theft of an SD memory card inserted in the CD-2u/SD-2u. *

** Bottom Panel Remove the screw from the bottom panel. Use the removed screw to attach the protector.

* When fastening the screw, take care not to overtighten it. Doing so may strip the threads or the head of the screw. * Take care not to lose the screw. * Keep the removed screw out of the reach of small children so that it will not be swallowed accidentally. 27 28 CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 28 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Preparing an SD Memory Card (continued) Removing an SD Memory Card Note Never insert or remove an SD memory card while this unit’s power is on. Doing so may corrupt the unit’s data or the SD memory card. 1 Turn the power off ( ☞ Page 23 , 25) . 2 Gently press the SD memory card inward, and then release your finger. When the memory card pops part of the way out, pull it all the way out. Demo Songs on the SD Memory Card The included SD memory card contains demo songs. File name Explanation 01_PIANO.WAV Piano performance recorded using this unit’s built-in microphones. 02_GUITAR.WAV Acoustic guitar performance recorded using this unit’s built-in microphones. 03_VIOLIN.WAV Violin performance recorded using this unit’s built-in microphones. 04_QUARTET.WAV String quartet recorded using this unit’s built-in microphones. 05_WINDS_ENS.WAV Wind instrument ensemble recorded using condenser microphones connected to the EXT MIC (L, R) jacks. Song Title: VIVA! MEMOCON Composer: MASAMICHI AMANO 06_IM_IN_LOVE.WAV A rock band’s performance created using a different recorder and production system. You can use this song to hear the results of changing the speed or key, and to try out the Center Cancel and Focus effects. The name of the song is “I’m In Love,” by Igor Len and Tyra Juliette. Recorded and produced by Igor Len. Note Copyright © 2013 ROLAND CORPORATION The demo songs on the included SD memory card may not be modified, duplicated, distributed, or transferred without the permission of Roland Corporation. CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 29 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Preparing a CD Here’s how to prepare a CD-R/RW disc for recording or a music CD for playback. Inserting a CD Note ● Don’t use CD labels, or CDs that have labels or stickers affixed to them. Doing so may make the CD impossible to remove, and may damage the unit. ● When opening/closing the CD-R/RW drive, please be careful not to get your fingers pinched between the movable part and the panel. In places where small children are present, make sure that an adult provides supervision and guidance. 1 Press the [CD EJECT ( )] button. The tray will open partially. Use your hand to pull it open. 2 Place the CD in the tray. Make sure that the CD is securely locked onto the spindle. 3 Press the tray inward to close it. fig.CD01.eps Insert with the label surface facing upward. Screen display CD status Nothing has been recorded yet. Audio source Songs have been recorded (or written). * In the case of an already-recorded (or written) CD-R/ RW disc or music CD, the total number of songs and Total number the total playback time will be displayed once the CD of tracks information has been read. Total playback time 29 30 CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 30 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Preparing a CD (continued) Removing a CD 1 Press the [EJECT( )] button. After the CD has been ejected, pull it all the way out. fig.CD04.eps If the screen shows “Finalize Are You Sure?” If fig.finalize-mssg01.eps the CD-R/RW disc has not been finalized, a message will ask “Finalize Are You Sure?” If you don’t want to finalize the disc for playing on other CD players, press the [EXIT] button and remove the disc after it’s been ejected. For details on finalizing, refer to “Making a CD-R/RW Disc for Playback on Another CD Player (Finalize)” (Page 99). Finalize Response Yes Press the [ENTER] button. The CD-RW disc will be finalized and then ejected. No Press the [EXIT] button. The CD-R/RW disc will be ejected. If You are Unable to Eject the Disc If pressing the [EJECT ] button does not eject the disc, you can use the emergency eject hole to forcibly eject the CD. * Before using the emergency eject hole to eject the CD, you must turn off the power of the CD- 2u/SD-2u. 1 Turn off the power (☞ Page 23). 2 Insert a thin wire (such as a straightened paper clip) into the emergency eject hole. Insert and remove the wire repeatedly until the CD comes out. Emergency eject hole CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 31 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Preparing the Remote Control When shipped from the factory, a coin-type lithium battery is installed in the remote control unit. To start using the remote control unit, simply pull out the insulating sheet that extends from the battery compartment. Replacing the Remote Control’s Battery Install a coin-type lithium battery in the remote control. fig.remote01-e.eps

Press here in the direction of the arrow while you pull out the holder. Back side of the remote control * Handle lithium batteries carefully Batteries to use 1 2 Lithium battery (CR2025)

● Use only the specified type (model no. CR2025) of lithium batteries. Be sure to insert it as directed (to ensure correct polarity). ● Used lithium batteries must be disposed of in compliance with whatever regulations for their safe disposal that may be observed in the region in which you live. 1 Pull out the battery holder. 2 Insert a lithium battery (CR2025) as shown in the illustration. 3 Replace the battery holder. Push it inward until it clicks into place. Battery holder 31 32 CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 32 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Preparing the Remote Control (continued) Using the Remote Control Point the remote control toward the CD-2u/SD-2u’s sensor, and operate it within the specified operating range. When the remote sensor detects a remote control operation, the [ENTER] button will blink. fig.remote02-e.eps * Even if the remote control is within range, it may not work if there is an obstruction between it and the remote sensor, or if the angle is excessive. * The battery life will depend on the conditions of use. When the battery runs down, the operating angle will become narrower. Replace the battery if this occurs. * If you won’t be using the remote control for an extended period of time, remove the battery. * If a spotlight or other strong light is directed at the remote sensor, it will be less responsive. Disabling Remote Control Operation If you want to prevent inadvertent operation of the remote control, you can disable remote operation. 1 Press the [MENU] button to access the menu screen, and choose “Remote Control.” Press the [MENU] button to access the menu screen. Use the [+] [-] buttons to choose “SYSTEM.” Use the [ ] [ ] buttons to choose “Remote Control.” Press the [ENTER] button to confirm your choice. 2 Use the [+] [-] buttons to turn the remote control operation on/off. fig.menu-remote02.eps Value Explanation Off Remote operation will be disabled (off). On (factory setting) Remote operation will be enabled (on). 3 Press the [EXIT] button twice. You’re returned to the audio source screen. CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 33 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Menu Operations When you press the [MENU] button, the menu screen will appear. In the menu screen you can make settings for recording/playback, and settings for the CD-2u/SD-2u itself. You can also press the [Metronome], [KEY], [SPEED], or [CENTER CANCEL] button to access the specific menu screen for those functions. The menu screen cannot be displayed while in recording-standby mode or during recording. Also, there are some settings that cannot be operated while the unit is operating on batteries, or during playback. For details on each setting, refer to “List of Settings” on the following page. 1 Press the [MENU] button to access the menu screen. fig.menu01-e.eps 2 Use the [ ] [ ] buttons to choose the item you wish to set. fig.menu02.eps 3 Press the [ENTER] button to confirm your choice. fig.menu03.eps 4 Use the [+] [-] buttons to change the value. * Some items, such as SD memory card editing, do not have a value. fig.menu04-e.eps 5 Press the [EXIT] button twice to return the audio source screen. Pressing the [EXIT] button once will take you back to the menu screen. fig.menu05.eps Category Setting * You can use the [+] [-] buttons to switch the display between categories. Setting Value 33 34 CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 34 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Menu Operations (continued) List of Settings * The default value (factory setting) is printed in bold characters. * The ✓ symbol in the “Battery” or “Playback” column indicates a setting that can be made while the CD-2u/SD- 2u is running on batteries or playing back. Category Setting (details) Values Battery Playback Reference page Audio MIC Select (Selects either the built-in mics or the external mics.) Internal , External, Ext(MONO), Plug-In Power, Auto ✓ Phantom Power (Determines whether phantom power will be supplied to the external mics.) Off , On ✓ Plug-In Power (Specifies whether or not power will be supplied to an external plug-in power mic.) Off , On ✓ EXT MIC Sens (Adjusts the sensitivity of the external mic.) Low, High ✓ Page 48 INT MIC Balance (Adjusts the left/right volume balance of the internal mics.) L50– C –R50 ✓ Page 120 INT MIC Exchange (Exchanges the left and right channels of the internal mics.) Off , On ✓ Page 121 Limiter (Automatically adjusts the input level during recording so that loud sounds will not cause distortion.) Off , On ✓ Page 67 OUTPUT Select (Specifies the audio source that will be output from the LINE OUT jack.) (CD-2u) Mix1, Mix2, MIC, LINE, SD/CD (SD-2u) Mix1, Mix2, ✓ Page 124 MIC, LINE, SD OUTPUT Exchange (The recorded song will play back with the left and right audio channels exchanged.) Off , On ✓ Page 74 RECORDING Auto Rec Start (Automatically initiates recording when audio input is detected.) Off , -48dB, -36dB, -24dB, -12dB, -6dB ✓ ✓ Page 62 Auto Marker (Automatically adds a song number while recording.) Off , Time, Level ✓ ✓ Page 65 Page 66 Auto Marker Lvl (Specifies the audio level that will be considered to be silence when automatically adding song numbers during recording.) -60dB , -54dB, -48dB, -42dB, -36dB, -30dB, -24dB ✓ ✓ Page 66 Auto Marker Time (Specifies the time interval at which song numbers will automatically be added during recording. 2min –15min ✓ ✓ Page 65 Count-in (Beat) (Inserts a count-in at the beginning of recording.) Off , 1–16 ✓ ✓ Page 68 PLAYBACK Repeat (Repeatedly plays one song or all songs.) Off , 1 Track, All Tracks ✓ ✓ Page 79 Resume (Remembers the location at which the song was stopped, and resumes playback from that point the next time.) Off , On ✓ ✓ Page 71 Bass (Adjusts the tone of the low-frequency range.) -10– 0 –10 ✓ ✓ Page 72 Treble (Adjusts the tone of the high-frequency range.) -10– 0 –10 ✓ ✓ Page 72 Reverb (Adds reverberation.) Off, Light, Medium, Deep ✓ ✓ Page 73 CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 35 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Menu Operations (continued) Battery Playback 35 Reference page Category Setting (details) Values Erase One? (Deletes the selected song.) — ✓ Page 86 SD Erase All? (Deletes all songs.) — ✓ Page 87 Move? (Moves the song.) — ✓ Page 103 Trim In? (Deletes silence from the beginning of the song.) — ✓ Page 88 Trim Out? (Deletes silence from the end of the song.) — ✓ Page 90 Divide? (Divides the song in two.) — ✓ Page 104 Combine? (Joins two songs into a single song.) — ✓ Page 106 Normalize? (Maximizes the volume of the entire song.) — ✓ Page 107 Change Key? (Changes the key of the selected song, and creates a new song.) -12– 0 –12 ✓ Page 108 Change Pitch? (Changes the pitch of the selected song, and creates a new song.) -100– 0 –100 ✓ Page 109 Change Speed? (Changes the playback speed of the selected song, and creates a new song.) 50– 100 –200 ✓ Page 110 Center Cancel (Eliminates the audio heard from the center of the song, and creates a new song.) On1 , On2, On3, Focus1, Focus2 ✓ Page 111 Overdub CD → SD? (Layers a performance or vocal onto a CD song.) — Page 54 Overdub SD → SD? (Records another performance or vocal onto a song you recorded on an SD memory card.) — ✓ Page 59 Format? (Formats the SD memory card.) — ✓ Page 119 Card Info (Displays information about the SD memory card.) — ✓ Page 113 CD-R/RW Erase Last? (Deletes the last song from the CD-RW disc.) — Page 92 CD Erase All? (Deletes all songs from the CD-RW disc.) — Page 93 Unfinalize? (Removes finalization from the CD-RW disc.) — Page 94 Make Backup? (Backs up an original music CD.) — Page 100 Write (SD → CD)? (Creates a CD from the selected songs of the SD memory card.) — Page 95 Disc Info (Displays information about the CD-R/RW disc.) — Page 114 TUNER Tuner/Tone? (Activates the tuner or sounds a tuning reference tone.) SD CARD “Pitch“ 435– 440 –445 ✓ Page 84 “Tone” A3– A4 –A5 ✓ Page 85 36 CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 36 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Menu Operations (continued) Category Setting (details) Values SYSTEM Battery Playback Reference page Auto Off Off, 5min, 10 min, (Enables/disables automatic power-off when no panel operation 15,min, 30 min, 60 min, has been performed for a specified length of time.) 90 min, 120 min JP ✓ Page 23 Battery Type (Specifies the type of battery to be used. This setting makes it possible for the remaining battery power to be indicated accurately.) Alkaline , Ni-MH ✓ Remote Control (Enabled/disables remote control operation.) Off, On ✓ ✓ Page 32 Contrast (Adjusts the visibility of the characters in the screen.) 1– 5 –8 ✓ ✓ Page 115 Backlight Timer (Specifies the time until the screen will be dimmed.) Off, 2 sec, 5 sec, 10 sec, 20 sec ✓ ✓ Page 116 Language ( ) (Selects the screen display language.) EN English , ES Español, DE Deutsch FR Français, IT Italiano ✓ Page 117 Factory Reset? (Returns the menu settings to their factory-set state.) — ✓ Page 118 Category Setting (details) Values Battery Playback Reference page METRONOME Sound (Specifies the metronome sound.) Silent, Bell , Click, Voice ✓ ✓ Page 81 Tempo (Specifies the metronome tempo.) 20– 120 –250 ✓ ✓ Page 81 Beat (Specifies the timing of the metronome’s accented beats.) 0– 4 –7, , ✓ ✓ Page 82 Level (Specifies the volume of the metronome.) -6– 0 –6 ✓ ✓ Page 82 Monitor (Specifies the output destination for the metronome sound.) All , Phones Page 82 Category Setting (details) Values Battery Playback Reference page Key Key (Changes the playback pitch of the song in semitone steps.) -12– 0 –12 ✓ ✓ Page 75 Pitch (Changes the playback pitch of the song in steps of 1/100th of a semitone.) -100– 0 –100 ✓ ✓ Page 76 Category Setting (details) Values Battery Playback Reference page Speed Speed (Makes the Playback speed slower/faster.) 50– 100 –200 ✓ ✓ Page 77 Category Setting (details) Values Battery Playback Reference page Center Cancel Center Cancel (Eliminates the sound heard from the center, such as vocals.) On1 , On2, On3, Focus1, Focus2 ✓ ✓ Page 78 CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 37 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 About Easy Guide Easy Guide is a convenient function that lets you operate the CD-2u/SD-2u simply by following the on-screen instructions without having to open the owner’s manual. 1 Press the [EASY GUIDE] button. fig.guide01-e.eps 2 Use the [ ] [ ] buttons to select the item for which you want to see an operation guide. fig.menu02.eps For more about the operations covered by Easy Guide, refer to “Setting Items in Easy Guide” (Page 38). 3 Press the [ENTER] button to confirm your choice. fig.menu03.eps 4 Use the [+] [-] buttons to change the value. fig.menu04-e.eps 5 Operate the CD-2u/SD-2u as directed by the screen. If you change your mind during a procedure, press the [EXIT] button. For details on items that need to be set in the screens appearing in Easy Guide, refer to “Setting Items in Easy Guide” (Page 38). Item Explanation of operation 37 38 CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 38 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Setting Items in Easy Guide This section explains items that you can set in the screens appearing in Easy Guide. 1. Recording Record a vocal or instrumental performance to either an SD memory card (or a CD-R/RW disc ). Displayed screen Explanation Select the media to be used for recording. CD-R/RW Choose this if you’re recording on a CD-R/RW disc . SD Card Choose this if you’re recording on an SD memory card. Select what you want to record. Easy INT MIC Choose this if you’re making a test recording using the internal mics. * Rehearsal (automatic level setting) will not occur. Acoustic Inst Choose this if you’re recording an acoustic instrument (The internal mics will be used.). Vocal Choose this if you’re recording a vocal (The external mics will be used.). Digital Piano Choose this if you’re recording an electronic musical instrument (The LINE IN (L, R) jacks will be used.). Casette Tape Choose this if you’re recording from a cassette tape or a MD (The LINE IN (L, R) jacks will be used.). Speech Choose this if you’re recording a conference (The internal mics will be used.). Select the way in which the recording level is to be adjusted. No Adjust the input level manually using the [MIC] knob or [LINE] knob. Yes After a rehearsal, the level will be set to the appropriate level automatically. 2. Erase Erase a track on either an SD memory card (or a CD-RW disc ) . Displayed screen Explanation Select the media that you want to erase. CD-RW Choose this if you’re erasing tracks from a CD-R/RW disc . SD Card Choose this if you’re erasing tracks from an SD memory card. Select how the songs are to be erased. All Tracks All songs will be erased. Last Track The last song on the CD-RW disc will be erased . 1 Track The selected song will be erased. * If you’re using an SD memory card, you can choose “All Tracks” or “1 Track.” * If you’re using a CD-RW disc, you can choose “All Tracks” or “Last Track.” CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 39 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Setting Items in Easy Guide (continued) 3. Write (SD → CD) Create a music CD by writing tracks from an SD memory card to a CD-R/RW disc. Displayed screen Explanation Select whether or not the disc is to be finalized once writing is com- plete. Yes When writing has been completed, the disc will be finalized to complete your music CD. No The disc will not be finalized when writing has been completed. 3. Normalize Raise the volume of the entire song as high as possible without causing the sound to distort. Displayed screen Explanation Select a song. If you’re sure you want to proceed, press the [ENTER] button. (Note that the process cannot be interrupted once you’ve started it. If you decide that you don’t want to begin the process, press the [EXIT] button.) 4. CD Backup Make a backup of your original music CD. 5. Karaoke , 4. Karaoke While playing back music, you can add your own vocal, and record the combined result on an SD memory card. Displayed screen Explanation Select a song. Make settings for Center Cancel (Page 78). The setting will turn on/off each time you press the [CENTER CANCEL] button. The “On1” through “On3” settings produce different center cancellation effects. Try each setting, and use the one that is best for your situation. Select the way in which the recording level is to be adjusted. No Adjust the input level manually using the [MIC] knob. Yes After a rehearsal, the level will be set to the appropriate level automatically. 39 40 CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 40 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Setting Items in Easy Guide (continued) 6. Overdub , 5. Overdub While playing back a previously recorded performance from an SD memory card, you can layer (or overdub) another vocal or instrumental performance and record the combined result to a new track. Displayed screen Explanation Select a song. Select what you want to record. Easy INT MIC Choose this if you’re making a test recording using the internal mics. Acoustic Inst Choose this if you’re recording an acoustic instrument (e.g., piano, guitar, string instrument, or wind instrument) (The internal mics will be used.). Vocal Choose this if you’re recording a vocal (The external mics will be used.). Digital Piano Choose this if you’re recording an electronic musical instrument (e.g., digital piano or synthesizer) (The LINE IN (L, R) jacks will be used.). Casette Tape Choose this if you’re recording from a cassette tape or a MD (The LINE IN (L, R) jacks will be used.). Select the way in which the recording level is to be adjusted. No Adjust the input level manually using the [MIC] knob or [LINE] knob. Yes After a rehearsal, the level will be set to the appropriate level automatically. 7. Rehearsal , 6. Rehearsal Automatically sets the optimal input level while you rehearse your performance. Displayed screen Explanation Specifies which input level is to be adjusted. MIC The MIC input level will be adjusted. LINE The LINE input level will be adjusted. * The input level adjustment made by the rehearsal function will remain in effect until the corresponding input knob is operated or the power is turned off. You’ll need to execute the rehearsal function again the next time you turn the power on. CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 41 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Recording Acoustic Instruments or Vocals Recording with the Internal Mics ig.intmic-e.eps The internal mics are stereo mics. Sound picked up by the mic on the left side of the CD-2u/SD-2u is recorded on the left channel (L), while sound from the mic on the right side is recorded on the right channel (R). If You’re Recording to an SD Memory Card 4 If you want to listen to the recorded audio while you record, connect headphones to the PHONES jack located on the side of the CD-2u/SD-2u. The sound received by the internal mics will not be heard from the internal speakers. You’ll need to use headphones if you want to monitor the sound being recorded. Use the [VOLUME] knob to adjust the headphone volume. fig.connect-headphone-e.eps Internal mic (left channel) Internal mic (right channel) Stereo mini type If You’re Recording to a CD-R/RW Disc 1 Turn on the power ( ☞ Page 22, 24). 1 Turn on the power ( ☞ Page 22). 2 Insert the SD memory card ( ☞ Page 26). 2 Insert the CD ( ☞ Page 29). 3 Set the audio source to “SD” . Press the [SD CARD] button so it’s lit. fig.selectCD-e.eps 3 Set the audio source to “CD.” Press the [CD] button so it’s lit. fig.selectSD-e.eps Type of plug that can be connected 41 42 CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 42 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Recording Acoustic Instruments or Vocals (continued) 5 Select the internal mics. fig.menu-overdub-e.eps Press the [MENU] button to access the menu screen. Use the [ ] [ ] buttons to choose “MIC Select.” Press the [ENTER] button to confirm your choice. Use the [+] [-] buttons to change the value to select “Internal.“ 6 Adjust the input level of the internal mics. On the CD-2u/SD-2u’s left side, set the [MIC LEVEL] switch to its “MANUAL” position. fig.rec-intmic02.eps Turn the [MIC] knob to adjust the input level of the internal mics. Adjust the loudness of the sound you’re recording. Since you’re not using the LINE input, turn the [LINE] knob all the way to the left (off). While producing the sound that you’ll actually be recording, turn the [MIC] knob to adjust the input level. Adjust the level so that the PEAK indicator located above the [MIC] knob lights briefly at the loudest moments of the performance or vocal you’ll be recording. * When using the [MIC] knob or [LINE] knob, you might hear a slight noise when the recording level changes; this does not indicate a malfunction. fig.rec-intmic03-e.eps Quieter Louder The level meter will move according to the level of the audio input. PEAK indicator At this position The input level and the recorded result ● If the input level is high There is a limit on the level that the CD-2u/SD-2u is able to record. The PEAK indicator will light to indicate that the audio input has exceeded this limit (i.e., the input is too loud). If you record even though the PEAK indicator is lit, the recorded audio will be distorted. ● If the input level is too low The recorded audio will not be distorted, but the playback will not be as loud as it should be. CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 43 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Recording Acoustic Instruments or Vocals (continued) 7 Press the [ ] (Record) button to enter recording-standby mode. fig.rec-intmic04-e.eps 8 Press the [ ] (Play) button to begin recording. Start your performance. fig.rec-intmic05-e.eps 9 Press the [ ] (Stop) button to stop recording. fig.rec-intmic06-e.eps The recorded song will be added to the end of the SD memory card or CD-R/RW disc. If you want to listen to the song you recorded, press the [ ] (Play) button immediately after you stop recording. 43 Blinking Remote control Lit Remote control Remote control Important ● Depending on where the CD-2u/SD-2u is positioned in relation to the sound source, the recorded sound may not be evenly distributed between the left and right speakers. In such cases, you can adjust the left/right volume balance of the internal mics and record your performance again. For details, refer to “Adjusting the Left/Right Volume Balance of the Internal Mics” (Page 120). ● When turning the [MIC] knob, you may hear a faint noise when the input level changes, but this is not a malfunction. Important ● Since the CD-2u is equipped with highly-sensitive mics, undesired sounds such as the operating noise of the CD-R/RW drive or the sound of buttons being pressed may be recorded inadvertently. If you notice such problems, you can try lowering the input level of the internal mics. If you’re recording to an SD memory card, no CD-R/RW drive operating noise will be recorded. ● If you’ve finished recording a CD-R/RW disc and would like to play that disc on another CD player, you’ll need to execute the “Finalize” operation. You can finalize the CD-R/RW disc when ejecting it. For details, refer to “Making a CD-R/RW Disc for Playback on Another CD Player (Finalize)” (Page 99). 44 CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 44 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Recording Acoustic Instruments or Vocals (continued) Automatically Setting the Optimal Input Level from Your Rehearsal Performance (Rehearsal Function) Instead of adjusting the level by manually operating the [MIC] knob or [LINE] knob, you can use this function to have the optimal input level be set automatically while you rehearse the music before the actual performance to be recorded. “7. Rehearsal , 6. Rehearsal , (Page 40) Play the loudest portion in the song. Adjusting the Input Level Automatically (Auto Level Function) The Auto Level function can adjust the input level automatically during recording in response to the loudness of the audio signal. Auto Level is particularly suitable for recordings that are mainly of human voices, such as a conference or lecture. Auto Level is not suitable when recording musical performances for which you want to capture the expressive dynamics of the sound. If you're recording music, choose the manual setting or use the rehearsal function to set the input level. To use the Auto Level function, make the following settings in Step 6- on Page 42. In this case, the input level will be adjusted automatically, so you won’t need to perform Step 6- . Set the [MIC LEVEL] switch located on the CD-2u/SD-2u’s side panel to its “AUTO” (automatic) position. Switch setting Explanation MANUAL Record at the input level determined by the [MIC] knob. AUTO Turn on the Auto Level function. The input level will be adjusted automatically. The input level will not change even if you turn the [MIC] knob. CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 45 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Recording Acoustic Instruments or Vocals (continued) Connecting the External Mics for Recording fig.extmic.eps Here’s how to record using the connected dynamic mics or stereo mic. * Dynamic mics are highly durable, and are suitable for recording instruments or vocals. They also have the advantage of not requiring a power supply. * This device also supports condenser mics that require a power supply, as well as plug-in power mic. Connect the condenser mics to the XLR type EXT MIC (L, R) jacks, and connect a plug-in power mic to the PLUG IN POWER MIC jack. * If you encounter a problem with noise or distortion, see “The recorded sound is noisy or distorted” (Page 127). If You’re Recording to an SD memory Card 4 Connect your mic to the EXT MIC (L, R) jacks or PLUG IN POWER MIC jack located on the CD-2u/SD-2u’s side panel. fig.connect-extmic-e.eps 45 If You’re Recording to a CD-R/RW Disc 1 Turn on the power ( ☞ Page 22, 24). 1 Turn on the power ( ☞ Page 22). 2 Insert the SD memory card ( ☞ Page 26). 2 Insert the CD ( ☞ Page 29). 3 Set the audio source to “SD” . Press the [SD CARD] button so it’s lit. fig.selectCD-e.eps 3 Set the audio source to “CD.” Press the [CD] button so it’s lit. fig.selectSD-e.eps R L Types of plugs that can be connected Phone type, XLR type 46 CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 46 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Recording Acoustic Instruments or Vocals (continued) 5 Select the External mics. fig.menu-overdub-e.eps Press the [MENU] button to access the menu screen. Use the [ ] [ ] buttons to choose “MIC Select.” Press the [ENTER] button to confirm your choice. Use the [+] [-] buttons to choose “External,” “Ext(MONO),” or “Plug-In Power.” Value Explanation External External mics connected to EXT MIC (L, R) are selected. Ext(MONO) External mics connected to EXT MIC (L, R) are selected. Audio from left and right will both be sounded at the center (mono). Plug-In Power The plug-in power mic connected to the PLUG IN POWER MIC jack is selected. Auto 6 Adjust the input level of the external mics. On the CD-2u/SD-2u’s left side, set the [MIC LEVEL] switch to its “MANUAL” position. fig.rec-intmic02.eps Turn the [MIC] knob to adjust the input level of the external mics. Adjust the loudness of the sound you’re recording. Since you’re not using the LINE input, turn the [LINE] knob all the way to the left (off). While producing the sound that you will actually be recording, turn the [MIC] knob to adjust the input level. Adjust the level so that the PEAK indicator located above the [MIC] knob lights briefly at the loudest moments of the performance or vocal you’ll be recording. * When using the [MIC] knob or [LINE] knob, you might hear a slight noise when the recording level changes; this does not indicate a malfunction. fig.rec-intmic03-e.eps * If sound from the speakers enters the mic, you won’t be able to adjust the level correctly. While adjusting the level, either turn the [VOLUME] knob all the way down or turn the speakers off, so no sound will be produced. Use headphones if you want to monitor the sound that’s being recorded Whenever a plug is connected to an EXT MIC (L, R) jack, the external mics are selected. If no plugs are connected to the EXT MIC (L, R) jacks, the internal mics are selected. However, automatic selection will not occur when a plug is inserted into the PLUG IN POWER MIC jack. Quieter Louder The level meter will move according to the level of the audio input. PEAK indicator At this position If the sound from the microphone distorted even though you’ve turned the [MIC] knob down, you can decrease the external mic sensitivity. At the factory settings, the external mic sensitivity is set to “High.” If the level meter does not move sufficiently, change this setting to “Low.” For details, refer to the text box “Selecting the External Mic Sensitivity” on Page 48. CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 47 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Recording Acoustic Instruments or Vocals (continued) 7 Press the [ ] (Record) button to enter recording-standby mode. fig.rec-intmic04-e.eps 8 Press the [ ] (Play) button to begin recording. Start your performance. fig.rec-intmic05-e.eps 9 Press the [ ] (Stop) button to stop recording. fig.rec-intmic06-e.eps The recorded song will be added to the end of the SD memory card or CD-R/RW disc. If you want to listen to the song you recorded, press the [ ] (Play) button immediately after you stop recording. 47 Blinking Remote control Lit Remote control Remote control Important ● Sound will not be produced from the speakers while in recording-standby mode or while recording. If you want to listen to the sound that’s being recorded, you’ll need to use headphones. (Refer to Step 4 on Page 41.) ● Howling could be produced depending on the location of microphones relative to speakers. This can be remedied by: - Changing the orientation of the microphone(s). - Relocating microphone(s) at a greater distance from speakers. - Lowering volume levels. ● When turning the [MIC] knob, you may hear a faint noise when the input level changes, but this is not a malfunction. Important If you’ve finished recording a CD-R/RW disc and would like to play that disc on another CD player, you’ll need to execute the “Finalize” operation. You can finalize the CD-R/RW disc when ejecting it. For details, refer to “Making a CD-R/RW Disc for Playback on Another CD Player (Finalize)” (Page 99). 48 CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 48 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Recording Acoustic Instruments or Vocals (continued) Selecting the External Mic Sensitivity You can set the sensitivity as appropriate for the external mic you’re using. 1 Press the [MENU] button to access the menu screen, and choose “EXT MIC Sens.” fig.menu-micsens02.epsPress the [MENU] button to access the menu screen. Use the [ ] [ ] buttons to choose “EXT MIC Sens.” Press the [ENTER] button to confirm your choice. 2 Use the [+] [-] buttons to change the external mic sensitivity setting. Value Explanation

Low Lowers the sensitivity of the external mic. If the movement of the level meter does not decrease when you adjust the input level, select the “Low” setting. This is appropriate for a condenser mic.

3 Press the [EXIT] button twice. You’re returned to the audio source screen.

High (factory setting) Raises the sensitivity of the external mic. If the movement of the level meter does not increase when you adjust the input level, select the “High” setting. This is appropriate for a dynamic mic.

CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 49 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Recording Acoustic Instruments or Vocals (continued) Using Phantom Power The EXT MIC (L, R) jacks can supply 48 V phantom power, allowing you to connect a condenser mic that requires phantom power. Turn on the phantom power switch if you’re using a condenser mic that requires phantom power. * Be sure to turn off the phantom power switch unless you’ve connected a mic that requires phantom power. Supplying phantom power to a dynamic mic or an audio playback device will cause malfunctions. Before use, please check the specifications of the mic you’re connecting. (This device’s phantom power supply: DC 48 V, 8 mA max.) 1 Press the [MENU] button to access the menu screen, and choose “Phantom Power.” fig.menu-micsens02.epsPress the [MENU] button to access the menu screen. Use the [ ] [ ] buttons to choose “Phantom Power.” Press the [ENTER] button to confirm your choice. 2 Use the [+] [-] buttons to change the setting to select phantom power. Value Explanation Off Phantom power will not be supplied. On Phantom power will be supplied. * It takes several seconds for phantom power to be switched. Please note that during this time, the audio from the mic will be muted so that recording and output will not be possible. * The phantom power on/off setting is for both of the EXT MIC (L, R) jacks. This on/off setting cannot be made individually for the two jacks. 3 Press the [EXIT] button twice. You’re returned to the audio source screen. 49 50 CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 50 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Recording an Electronic Instrument Here’s how to connect an electronic instrument such as a digital piano or keyboard, and record your performance. If you’re Recording to an SD Memory Card 4 Connect the CD-2u/SD-2u’s LINE IN (L, R) jacks to your electronic instrument (digital piano, keyboard, etc.). Use audio cables to connect the CD-2u/SD-2u’s LINE IN (L, R) jacks to the output jacks of your electronic musical instrument. fig.connect-piano-e.eps * Refer to the owner’s manual of your electronic musical instrument for the appropriate type of plug to use. 5 Turn the [LINE] knob to adjust the input level at the LINE IN (L, R) jacks. Adjust the loudness of the sound you’re recording. Since you’re not using the mic input, set the [MIC LEVEL] switch to the “MANUAL” position, and then turn the [MIC] knob all the way to the left (off). While producing the sound that you will actually be recording, turn the [LINE] knob to adjust the input level. Adjust the level so that the PEAK indicator located above the [LINE] knob lights briefly at the loudest moments of the performance you’ll be recording. * When using the [MIC] knob or [LINE] knob, you might hear a slight noise when the recording level changes; this does not indicate a malfunction. fig.rec-line-e.eps If you’re Recording to a CD-R/RW Disc 1 Turn on the power ( ☞ Page 22, 24) . 1 Turn on the power ( ☞ Page 22) . 2 Insert the SD memory card ( ☞ Page 26). 2 Insert the CD ( ☞ Page 29). 3 Set the audio source to “SD” . Press the [SD CARD] button so it’s lit. fig.selectCD-e.eps 3 Set the audio source to “CD.” Press the [CD] button so it’s lit. fig.selectSD-e.eps To the output jacks of your electronic musical instrument RL Types of plugs that can be connected CD-2u/SD-2u: RCA phono type Electronic musical instrument: RCA phono type or phone type Quieter Louder At this position PEAK indicator The level meter will move according to the level of the audio input. CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 51 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Recording an Electronic Instrument (continued) 6 Press the [ ] (Record) button to enter recording-standby mode. fig.rec-intmic04-e.eps Blinking Remote control 7 Press the [ ] (Play) button to begin recording. Start your performance. fig.rec-intmic05-e.eps Lit Remote control 8 Press the [ ] (Stop) button to stop recording. fig.rec-intmic06-e.eps Remote control The recorded song will be added to the end of the SD memory card or CD-R/RW disc. If you want to listen to the song you recorded, press the [ ] (Play) button immediately after you stop recording. Important ● Sound will not be produced from the speakers while in recording-standby mode or while recording. If you want to listen to the sound that’s being recorded, you’ll need to use headphones. (Refer to Step 4 on Page 41.) ● When turning the [LINE] knob, you may hear a faint noise when the input level changes, but this is not a malfunction. ● When connection cables with resistors are used, the volume level of equipment connected to the inputs (EXT MIC (L, R), LINE IN) may be low. If this happens, use connection cables that do not contain resistors. ● If you want to record your performance on an electronic piano together with your voice, make connections as shown in this illustration so that the sound from the mic will also be output from the speakers of the electronic piano. With this setup, set OUTPUT Select to “MIC” to prevent a feedback loop from occurring between the CD-2u/SD-2u and the electronic piano. For details, refer to “Selecting the Audio Source that’s Sent from the LINE OUT Jack” (Page 124). If you’ve finished recording a CD-R/RW disc and would like to play that disc on another CD player, you’ll need to execute the “Finalize” operation. You can finalize the CD-R/RW disc when ejecting it. For details, refer to “Making a CD-R/RW Disc for Playback on Another CD Player (Finalize)” (Page 99). 51 Electronic piano INPUT LINE IN (L, R) Mics OUTPUT EXT MIC (L, R) LINE OUT (L, R) CD-2u / SD-2u Important 52 CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 52 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Recording a Cassette or Digital Audio Player Here’s how to record the sound from a cassette or Digital Audio Player. If You’re Recording to an SD Memory Card 4 Connect your audio device (e.g., cassette deck) to the CD-2u/SD-2u’s LINE IN (L, R) jacks. Use audio cables to connect the CD-2u/SD-2u’s LINE IN (L, R) jacks to the output jacks of your audio device (e.g., cassette deck). fig.connect-record-e.eps 5 Turn the [LINE] knob to adjust the input level at the LINE IN (L, R) jacks. Adjust the loudness of the sound you’re recording. Since you’re not using the mic input, set the [MIC LEVEL] switch to the “MANUAL” position, and then turn the [MIC] knob all the way to the left (off). While playing the song to be recorded, turn the [LINE] knob to adjust the input level. Adjust the level so that the PEAK indicator located above the [LINE] knob lights briefly during the loudest passages of the song that’s being recorded. After you’ve adjusted the input level, rewind your playback device to the beginning of the song that you want to record. * When using the [MIC] knob or [LINE] knob, you might hear a slight noise when the recording level changes; this does not indicate a malfunction. fig.rec-line-e.eps If You’re Recording to a CD-R/RW Disc 1 Turn on the power ( ☞ Page 22, 24). 1 Turn on the power ( ☞ Page 22). 2 Insert the SD memory card ( ☞ Page 26). 2 Insert the CD ( ☞ Page 29). 3 Set the audio source to “SD” . Press the [SD CARD] button so it’s lit. fig.selectCD-e.eps 3 Set the audio source to “CD.” Press the [CD] button so it’s lit. fig.selectSD-e.eps To the output jacks of the record player CD-2u/SD-2u: RCA phono type Audio device: RCA phono type RL Types of plugs that can be connected * Portable players use a stereo mini type jack. Quieter Louder At this position PEAK indicator The level meter will move according to the level of the audio input. CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 53 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Recording a Cassette or Digital Audio Player (continued) 6 Press the [ ] (Record) button to enter recording-standby mode. fig.rec-intmic04-e.eps 7 Press the [ ] (Play) button to begin recording. 8 Play back your audio device (e.g., cassette deck). The song being played will be recorded. 9 Press the [ ] (Stop) button to stop recording. fig.rec-intmic06-e.eps The recorded song will be added to the end of the SD memory card or CD-R/RW disc. If you want to listen to the song you recorded, press the [ ] (Play) button immediately after you stop recording. 53 Blinking Remote control Lit Remote control Remote control Important ● Sound will not be produced from the speakers while in recording-standby mode or while recording. If you want to listen to the sound that’s being recorded, you’ll need to use headphones. (Refer to Step 4 on Page 41.) ● When turning the [LINE] knob, you may hear a faint noise when the input level changes, but this is not a malfunction. ● When connection cables with resistors are used, the volume level of equipment connected to the inputs (EXT MIC (L, R), LINE IN) may be low. If this happens, use connection cables that do not contain resistors. Important If you’ve finished recording a CD-R/RW disc and would like to play that disc on another CD player, you’ll need to execute the “Finalize” operation. You can finalize the CD-R/RW disc when ejecting it. For details, refer to “Making a CD-R/RW Disc for Playback on Another CD Player (Finalize)” (Page 99). 54 CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 54 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Recording Karaoke Here’s how the sound of the accompaniment and the sound of your voice being input via a mic can be recorded together to an SD memory card. As the accompaniment for your recording, you can use the sound being input to the LINE IN (L, R) jacks (e.g., from a digital audio player) (or the sound of a CD ). If Using Accompaniment from a CD * In order to perform this operation, you’ll need the included, dedicated AC adaptor. 1 Turn on the power ( ☞ Page 22) . 2 Insert the SD memory card for recording ( ☞ Page 26) . 3 Connect your mic to the EXT MIC (L, R) jacks or PLUG IN POWER MIC jack located on the CD-2u’s side panel. fig.connect-extmic-e.eps Types of plugs that can be connected Phone type, XLR type, TRS mini type (plug-in power mic) 4 Select the External mics. fig.menu-overdub-e.eps Press the [MENU] button to access the menu screen. Use the [ ] [ ] buttons to choose “MIC Select.” Press the [ENTER] button to confirm your choice. Use the [+] [-] buttons to choose “External,” “Ext(MONO),” or “Plug-In Power.” 5 On the CD-2u’s left side, set the [MIC LEVEL] switch to its “MANUAL” position. fig.rec-intmic02.eps 6 Prepare your karaoke CD. Insert the karaoke CD ( ☞ Page 29). Press the [CD] button so it’s lit, and set the audio source to “CD.” Use the [ ] [ ] buttons to select the song that you want to record. CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 55 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Recording Karaoke (continued) 7 Adjust the CD’s playback level. Adjust the levels to obtain the desired volume balance between the CD and the mic. * If sound from the speakers enters the mic, you won’t be able to adjust the level correctly. While adjusting the level, either turn the [VOLUME] knob all the way down or turn the speakers off, so no sound will be produced. Use headphones if you want to monitor the sound that’s being recorded. Press the [ ] (Play) button to play back the CD. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to access the SD/CD Level setting screen. Use the [+] [-] buttons to adjust the CD’s playback level (“SD/CD Level”). fig.player-level.eps Value (units: dB) Explanation -6–0–6 * If you don’t press the [+] [-] buttons for five seconds, you’ll automatically be returned to the audio source display. 8 Turn the [MIC] knob to adjust the input level of the external mics. As a guideline, adjust the level so that the level meter’s “-3 dB” indicator lights briefly when audio from the CD is being produced simultaneously with the sound from the mic. When you’ve finished adjusting the level, press the [ ] (Stop) button to stop the CD playback. * When using the [MIC] knob or [LINE] knob, you might hear a slight noise when the recording level changes; this does not indicate a malfunction. fig.rec-line-e.eps 9 Press the [MENU] button to access the menu screen, and choose “Overdub CD → SD?” Press the [MENU] button to access the menu screen. Use the [ ] [ ] buttons to choose “Overdub CD → SD?” fig.menu-overdub-e.eps Press the [ENTER] button to confirm your choice. The CD-2u/SD-2u will be in recording-standby mode. fig.overdub-CD02-e.eps 55 Decreasing this value will lower the playback level. Increasing it will raise the playback level. “0” is the CD’s original playback level. Quieter Louder PEAK indicator -3dB At this position Blinking CD song number to record Recording-destination song SD memory number card on the 56 CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 56 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Recording Karaoke (continued) 10 Press the [ ] (Play) button to begin recording. The song begins playing, and recording on the SD memory card begins simultaneously. Record your vocal or instrumental performance. fig.overdub-CD03-e.eps When song stops, recording will also end automatically. If you want to stop recording in the middle of the song, press the [ ] (Stop) button. The recorded song will be added to the end of the SD memory card. If you want to listen to the song you recorded, press the [ ] (Play) button immediately after you stop recording. 4 Connect your audio device (e.g., cassette deck) to the CD-2u/SD-2u’s LINE IN (L, R) jacks. Use audio cables to connect the CD-2u/SD-2u’s LINE IN (L, R) jacks to the output jacks of your audio device (e.g., cassette deck). fig.connect-record-e.eps Lit During recording, the upper right of the screen will show “CD → SD.” Remote control If Using Accompaniment from a Cassette or Digital Audio Player (LINE Input) If You’re Recording to an SD Memory Card To the output jacks of the record player CD-2u/SD-2u: RCA phono type Audio device: RCA phono type If You’re Recording to a CD-R/RW Disc 1 Turn on the power ( ☞ Page 22, 24). 1 Turn on the power ( ☞ Page 22). 2 Insert the SD memory card ( ☞ Page 26). 2 Insert the CD ( ☞ Page 29). 3 Set the audio source to “SD” . Press the [SD CARD] button so it’s lit. fig.selectCD-e.eps 3 Set the audio source to “CD.” Press the [CD] button so it’s lit. fig.selectSD-e.eps RL Types of plugs that can be connected * Portable players use a stereo mini type jack. CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 57 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Recording Karaoke (continued) 5 Connect your mic to the EXT MIC (L, R) jacks or PLUG IN POWER MIC jack located on the CD-2u/SD-2u’s side panel. fig.connect-extmic-e.eps Types of plugs that can be connected Phone type, XLR type, TRS mini type (plug-in power mic) 6 Select the External mics. fig.menu-overdub-e.eps Press the [MENU] button to access the menu screen. Use the [ ] [ ] buttons to choose “MIC Select.” Press the [ENTER] button to confirm your choice. Use the [+] [-] buttons to choose “External,” “Ext(MONO),” or “Plug-In Power.” 7 On the CD-2u/SD-2u’s left side, set the [MIC LEVEL] switch to its “MANUAL” position. fig.rec-intmic02.eps 8 Turn the [LINE] knob to adjust the input level at the LINE IN jacks. Adjust the loudness of the sound you’re recording. While playing the song to be recorded, turn the [LINE] knob to adjust the input level. Adjust the level so that the PEAK indicator located above the [LINE] knob lights briefly during the loudest passages of the song that’s being recorded. fig.rec-line-e.eps Quieter Louder At this position PEAK indicator 9 Turn the [MIC] knob to adjust the input level of the external mics. As a guideline, adjust the level so that the level meter’s “-3 dB” indicator lights briefly when audio from the connected audio device is being produced simultaneously with the sound from the mic. After you’ve adjusted the input level, rewind your playback device to the beginning of the song that you want to record. * When using the [MIC] knob or [LINE] knob, you might hear a slight noise when the recording level changes; this does not indicate a malfunction. fig.rec-line-e.eps 57 The level meter will move according to the level of the audio input. Quieter Louder PEAK indicator -3dB 58 CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 58 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Recording Karaoke (continued) 10 Press the [ ] (Record) button to enter recording-standby mode. fig.rec-intmic04-e.eps 11 Press the [ ] (Play) button to begin recording. 12 Play back your audio device (e.g., cassette deck). The song being played will be recorded. 13 Press the [ ] (Stop) button to stop recording. fig.rec-intmic06-e.eps The recorded song will be added to the end of the SD memory card or CD-R/RW disc. If you want to listen to the song you recorded, press the [ ] (Play) button immediately after you stop recording. Blinking Remote control Lit Remote control Remote control Important ● “Key” (Page 75), “Pitch” (Page 76), and “Speed” (Page 77) settings will automatically revert to the values of the original song only during recording. When recording ends, these settings will return to the values you specified. ● Sound will not be produced from the speakers while in recording-standby mode or while recording. If you want to listen to the sound that’s being recorded, you’ll need to use headphones. (Refer to Step 4 on Page 41.) ● Howling could be produced depending on the location of microphones relative to speakers. This can be remedied by: 1. Changing the orientation of the microphone(s). 2. Relocating microphone(s) at a greater distance from speakers. 3. Lowering volume levels. ● When turning the [MIC] knob, you may hear a faint noise when the input level changes, but this is not a malfunction. ● The playback level (“SD/CD Level”) setting (Page 55) is common to the CD and the SD memory card. When you turn off the power, this setting will return to “0.” CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 59 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Layering Your Performance onto an SD Memory Card Song and Recording It Here’s how you can play back a recorded performance from an SD memory card, add a vocal or a performance of another instrument, and re-record the combined result onto the SD memory card (overdubbing a vocal or other performance onto an SD memory card song). Since you can perform and overdub each part separately, this allows you to record your piano performance, and then sing along to add a vocal to your performance. fig.SDtoSD-e.eps SD memory card Track number 1Piano playback New song with vocal added Track number 1 2Piano Piano + Vocal All audio received via the external mics, internal mics, and LINE IN (L,R) jacks can be overdubbed with a song on the SD memory card. Make settings as appropriate for your instruments and your setup. 1 Turn on the power ( ☞ Page 22, 24). 2 Insert the SD memory card ( ☞ Page 26). 3 Make preparations for recording. If you’re using the internal mics ☞ Make preparations as described in Steps 5 on Page 41. If you’re using the external mics ☞ Make preparations as described in Steps 4–5 on Page 45. If you’re using the LINE inputs ☞ Make preparations as described in Steps 4–5 on Page 50. 4 Prepare your SD memory card. Press the [SD CARD] button so it’s lit, and set the audio source to “SD” . Use the [ ] [ ] buttons to select the song that you want to record. 59 60 CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 60 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Layering Your Performance onto an SD Memory Card Song and Recording It (continued) 5 Adjust the playback level of the SD memory card and the input level of the audio input. Adjust each level to obtain the appropriate volume balance between the SD memory card audio and the audio input. Press the [ ] (Play) button to play back the SD memory card. Press the [ ] or [ ] button to access the SD/CD Level or SD Level setting screen. Use the [+] [-] buttons to adjust the SD memory card’s playback level (“SD/CD Level” or SD Level”). fig.player-level.eps Adjust the input level of the audio input. Adjust the levels so that the level meter briefly reaches the “-3 dB” indicator when the audio from the SD memory card and the audio from the external source are being input simultaneously. When you’ve finished adjusting the level, press the [ ] (Stop) button to stop the SD memory card playback. fig.overdub-SD01.eps 6 Press the [MENU] button to access the menu screen, and choose “Overdub SD → SD?” Press the [MENU] button to access the menu screen. Use the [ ] [ ] buttons to choose “Overdub SD → SD?” fig.menu-overdubSD-SD-e.eps Press the [ENTER] button to confirm your choice. The CD-2u/SD-2u will be in recording-standby mode. fig.overdub-SD02-e.eps * If you don’t press the [+] [-] buttons for five seconds, you’ll automatically be returned to the audio source display. Value (units: dB) Explanation Decreasing this value will lower the playback level. -6–0 (factory setting)–6 Increasing it will raise the playback level. “0” is the playback level of the original song. -3dB Using the internal mics ☞ Make adjustments as described in Step 6 of Page 42. Using the external mics ☞ Make adjustments as described in Step 6 of Page 46. Using the LINE inputs ☞ Make adjustments as described in Step 6 of Page 50. Blinking Song to record Recording-destination song number CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 61 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Layering Your Performance onto an SD Memory Card Song and Recording It (continued) 7 Press the [ ] (Play) button to begin recording. When the SD memory card song you selected in Step 4- begins playing, recording on the SD memory card will begin simultaneously. Start your performance. fig.overdub-SD03.eps 8 Press the [ ] (Stop) button to stop recording. The recorded song will be added to the end of the SD memory card. If you want to listen to the song you recorded, press the [ ] (Play) button immediately after you stop recording. fig.overdub-SD03.eps 61 Lit During recording, the upper right of the screen will show “SD → SD.” Remote control Remote control Important ● “Key” (Page 75), “Pitch” (Page 76), and “Speed” (Page 77) settings will automatically revert to the values of the original song only during recording. When recording ends, these settings will return to the values you specified. ● Sound will not be produced from the speakers while in recording-standby mode or while recording. If you want to listen to the sound that’s being recorded, you’ll need to use headphones. (Refer to Step 4 on Page 41.) ● The playback level (“SD/CD Level”) setting is common to the CD and the SD memory card. When you turn off the power, this setting will return to “0.” ● If you decide to stop recording midway through the track, press the [ ] (Stop) button. 62 CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 62 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Convenient Functions for Recording Automatically Starting Recording When Audio is Detected When the CD-2u/SD-2u is in recording-standby mode and it detects audio input that exceeds the specified level, recording will start automatically. 1 Press the [MENU] button to access the menu screen, and choose “Auto Rec Start.” fig.menu-autorec01-e.eps Press the [MENU] button to access the menu screen. Use the [ ] [ ] buttons to choose “Auto Rec Start.” Press the [ENTER] button to confirm your choice. 2 Use the [+] [-] buttons to change the value that specifies the level at which recording will begin automatically. fig.menu-autorec02-e.eps Value Explanation Off (factory setting) Recording will start when you press [ standby. When you’re setting the input level, it’s a good idea to check how the level meter moves at the beginning of the performance. To avoid losing any of the beginning of your performance, set this trigger level lower than the level at which the performance begins. 3 Press the [EXIT] button twice. You’re returned to the audio source screen. This completes preparations for automatically initiating recording. ] (Play) during recording -48dB The minimum level (volume) that will automatically initiate recording. -36dB fig.autorec-level-e.eps -24dB -12dB -6dB Low High Audio that will automatically initiate recording -48dB -6dB CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 63 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Convenient Functions for Recording (continued) When you make settings for automatic recording, the procedure for starting to record will be as follows. 1 Press the [ ] (Record) button. fig.autorec01-e.eps 2 Press the [ ] (Play) button. The CD-2u/SD-2u will be in recording-standby mode. fig.autorec02-e.eps 3 Start performing. When the CD-2u/SD-2u detects audio, recording will begin automatically. * In order to avoid losing any audio at the beginning of the performance, recording will actually begin up to 0.5 seconds earlier than the point at which audio exceeding the specified level is detected. 4 Press the [ ] (Stop) button to stop recording. The recorded song will be added to the SD memory card or to the end of the CD-R/RW disc. 63 Blinking Blinking Important ● Recording will pause when you press the [ ] (Play) button. When audio is detected once again, recording will begin automatically. The point at which recording is resumed will be the next song. ● Automatic recording will not work if you’ve specified a count-in (Page 68). 64 CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 64 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Convenient Functions for Recording (continued) Assigning Song Numbers While Recording (Marker) During recording, you can assign a song number so that the subsequent material will be recorded as the next song. You can assign song numbers in the following three ways. Assigning song numbers Reference page Press the [ ] (Record) button to assign the song number This page Automatically assign song numbers at fixed intervals Page 65 Assign track numbers when silence is detected Page 66 Important ● You can’t delete a track number once it’s been assigned. ● You can assign track numbers only during recording. ● You can’t assign a new track number less than four seconds after assigning the previous track number. ● You can assign up to 98 track numbers (99 tracks). ● When you assign a track fig.marker02-e.eps number to a CD- R/RW disc, two seconds of silence is automatically inserted in front of the new track number. ● If you’re assigning song numbers to a CD-R/ RW disc, you can’t assign a new song number while the message at right is displayed. ● Recording will continue even while this message is displayed. Press the [ ](Record) Button to Assign a Song Number This lets you assign a song number whenever you like during recording. If several songs are being recorded in succession, such as during a live performance, you can assign a track number to each song while you continue recording. 1 At the point where you want to assign a track number during recording, press the [ ] (Record) button. The track number is incremented, and the material that follows will be recorded on the new track. fig.marker01-e.eps Important Remote control Track number Track number Performance A B C 1 2 3 CD-R/RW Disc A B C Silence (two seconds) CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 65 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Convenient Functions for Recording (continued) Automatically Assigning a Song Number at Fixed Intervals When making a long recording such as a lecture, you can automatically assign track numbers at fixed time intervals to divide the recording into tracks. If you’ve assigned track numbers, it will be easier to find a desired location in the recording. 1 Specify how the song numbers will be assigned. fig.menu-automarker01-e.eps Press the [MENU] button to access the menu screen. Use the [ ] [ ] buttons to choose “Auto Marker.” Press the [ENTER] button to confirm your choice. Use the [+] [-] buttons to specify the desired “Time.” Value Explanation Off Song numbers will not be assigned automatically. Time Song numbers will be automatically assigned at the specified interval (units of minutes) during recording. Level Song numbers will be automatically assigned when silence is detected during recording. 2 Specify the time interval at which song numbers will be assigned. fig.menu-automarker03-e.eps Press the [EXIT] button to return to the menu screen. Use the [ ] [ ] buttons to choose “Auto Marker Time.” Press the [ENTER] button to confirm your choice. Use the [+] [-] buttons to change the value to the interval of time at which you want to assign song numbers. Value (units: Minutes) Explanation 2 minutes (factory setting)–15 minutes Specifies the time interval (minutes) at which song numbers will be assigned. 3 Press the [EXIT] button twice. You’re returned to the audio source screen. Subsequently, when you begin recording, track numbers will automatically be assigned at every time interval you’ve specified in Step 2. To defeat this setting, choose “Off” in Step 1. 65 66 CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 66 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Convenient Functions for Recording (continued) Assigning Track Numbers When Silence is Detected If a period of silence lasting longer than one second is detected during recording, recording will automatically pause. Then, when audio exceeding the specified level is subsequently detected, a song number will be assigned and recording will automatically resume. This function is convenient when you’re recording songs from a cassette tape or a MD, since the songs will automatically be divided at regions of silence. 1 Specify how the song numbers will be assigned. fig.menu-automarker01-e.eps Press the [MENU] button to access the menu screen. Use the [ ] [ ] buttons to choose “Auto Marker.” Press the [ENTER] button to confirm your choice. Use the [+] [-] buttons to specify the desired “Level.” Value Explanation Off Song numbers will not be assigned automatically. Time Song numbers will be automatically assigned at the specified interval (units of minutes) during recording. Level Song numbers will be automatically assigned when silence is detected during recording. 2 Specify the audio level that will be considered to be silence. fig.menu-automarker-lvl02-e.eps Press the [EXIT] button to return to the menu screen. Use the [ ] [ ] buttons to choose “Auto Marker Lvl.” Press the [ENTER] button to confirm your choice. Use the [+] [-] buttons to specify the audio level that will be considered to be silence. Value Explanation -60dB (factory setting) Audio below the specified level will be considered to be silence. -54dB -48dB -42dB -36dB -30dB -24dB 3 Press the [EXIT] button twice. You’re returned to the audio source screen. Now when you start recording, and a region of audio below the level specified in Step 2 continues for longer than one second, the next song number will be assigned automatically. To defeat this setting, choose “Off” in Step 1. Low High Audio considered to be silence -60dB -24dB CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 67 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Convenient Functions for Recording (continued) Preventing Loud Sounds from Distorting (Limiter) This function automatically adjusts the input level so that the audio will not distort even when unexpectedly loud sounds are received while recording. 1 Press the [MENU] button to access the menu screen, and choose “Limiter.” fig.menu-limiter01.eps Press the [MENU] button to access the menu screen. Use the [ ] [ ] buttons to choose “Limiter.” Press the [ENTER] button to confirm your choice. 2 Use the [+] [-] buttons to turn the limiter on/off. fig.menu-limiter02-e.eps Value Explanation Off (factory setting) The limiter is off. On The limiter is on. 3 Press the [EXIT] button twice. You’re returned to the audio source screen. Important You can’t use the limiter function with the LINE input. Using the [LINE] knob, adjust the input until it’s at an appropriate level. 67 68 CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 68 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Convenient Functions for Recording (continued) Inserting a Count Before Recording Begins (Count-in) You can sound a count before recording begins. Hearing a count can help you practice the timing or tempo of your performance before you actually start recording. 1 Press the [ ] (Metronome) button to turn on the metronome. fig.countin01-e.eps Lit 2 Specify the sound, tempo, and time signature of the count. The sound, tempo, and time signature of the count will be the same as specified by the metronome settings. For details, refer to Steps 2–4 of “Sounding the Metronome” (Page 81). 3 Press the [MENU] button to access the menu screen, and choose “Count- in (Beat).” fig.menu-countin01-e.eps Press the [MENU] button to access the menu screen. Use the [ ] [ ] buttons to choose “Count-in (Beat).” Press the [ENTER] button to confirm your choice. 4 Use the [+] [-] buttons to adjust the value that specifies how many count notes will be sounded before recording begins. fig.menu-countin02-e.eps Value Explanation Off (factory setting) No count-in will sound. 1–16 The specified number of count-in beats will sound. 5 Press the [EXIT] button twice. You’re returned to the audio source screen. CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 69 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Convenient Functions for Recording (continued) If you’ve specified a count-in, the procedure for starting to record will be as follows. 1 Press the [ ] (Record) button. The CD-2u/SD-2u will be in recording-standby mode. fig.autorec01-e.eps Blinking 2 Press the [ ] (Play) button. The specified number of counts will be sounded, and then recording will begin. fig.countin02-e.eps Blinking * The metronome will continue sounding even after recording begins. 69 70 CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 70 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Listening to a CD/Listening to an SD Memory Card * In order to play a CD, you’ll need to use the dedicated AC adaptor, which was included with the CD-2u/ SD-2u. Listening to a CD Listening to an SD memory Card 1 Turn on the power ( ☞ Page 22). 1 Turn on the power ( ☞ Page 22, 24) . 2 Insert the CD ( ☞ Page 29) 2 Insert the SD memory card 3 Set the audio source to “CD.” ( ☞ Page 26). Press the [CD] button so it’s lit. fig.selectCD-e.eps 4 Press the [ ] (Play) button to start playback. 5 Turn the [VOLUME] knob to adjust the volume. 3 Set the audio source to “SD” . Press the [SD CARD] button so it’s lit. fig.selectSD-e.eps To do this Perform this action Stop playback Press the [ ] (Stop) button. If you press this button while stopped, you will return to the first track. Pause playback Source name Currently playing Elapsed playback time track number Softer Louder If you don’t need the mic or LINE input, you should turn down the input level to the minimum position. Mic input Set the [MIC LEVEL] switch to the “MANUAL” position, and turn the [MIC] knob all the way to the left (off). LINE input Turn the [LINE] knob all the way to the left (off). Press the [ ] (Play) button. Press it once again to resume playback from the point at which you paused. Go to the beginning of a track (Skip) Press the [ ] button. Each time you press this button, you go back by one track. If you press this button during playback, you will return to the beginning of the track that was playing. Press the [ ] button. Each time you press this button, you advance to the next track. Skip between songs at high-speed While stopped, press and hold the [ ] or [ ] button. Rewind/ fast-forward (Search) During playback, press and hold. [ ] button: Rewind. [ ] button: Fast-forward. High-speed rewind/ fast-forward While paused, press and hold the [ ] or [ ] button. CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 71 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Listening to a CD/Listening to an SD Memory Card (continued) fig.tansport-remote-e.eps Remote operations Song cue, rewind/fast-forward Song stop/play (pause) Adjusting the volume Higher volume. Note Lower volume. The [VOLUME] knob of the CD-2u/SD-2u itself does not move when you use the remote control to adjust the volume. This will mean that the position of the [VOLUME] knob may not match the actual volume.Continuing Playback from When You Stopped a Song (Resume Function) If you press the [ ] (Stop) button during playback, the CD-2u/SD-2u can remember the position at which you paused, and will resume playback from that location the next time you start playback. This is called the Resume function. 1 Press the [MENU] button to access the menu screen, and choose “Resume.” fig.menu-resume01-e.epsPress the [MENU] button to access the menu screen. Use the [ ] [ ] buttons to choose “Resume.” Press the [ENTER] button to confirm your choice. 2 Use the [+] [-] buttons to turn the Resume function on/off. fig.menu-resume02-e.eps Value Explanation Off (factory setting) The Resume function will be off. On The Resume function will be on. The CD-2u/SD-2u will remember the position at which playback was stopped. 3 Press the [EXIT] button twice. You’re returned to the audio source screen. Operation When Resume is On After pressing the [ ] (Stop) button to halt playback, you can press the [ ] (Play) button to re-start playback from the location at which you stopped. If after pressing the [ ] (Stop) button to stop playback, you then press the [ ] (Stop) button or eject the SD memory card or CD, the Resume function, which had remembered the location at which you stopped, will be cancelled. 71 72 CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 72 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Convenient Functions for Playback Adjusting the Tone (Bass/Treble) Here’s how to adjust the tone of the playback sound to your taste. 1 Press the [MENU] button to access the menu screen, and choose “Bass” or “Treble.” fig.menu-key01-e.eps Press the [MENU] button to access the menu screen. Use the [ ] [ ] buttons to choose “Bass” or “Treble.” Press the [ENTER] button to confirm your choice. 2 Use the [+] [-] buttons to change the tone setting. fig.menu-key02-e.eps Value Explanation Bass: -10–0 (factory setting)–10 Adjusts the tone of the low-frequency range. Treble: -10–0 (factory setting)–10 Adjusts the tone of the high-frequency range. 3 Press the [EXIT] button twice. You’re returned to the audio source screen. CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 73 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Convenient Functions for Playback (continued) Adding Reverberation (Reverb) This function adds reverberation (reverb) to the audio played back from an SD memory card (or CD ), creating the impression that the performance is occurring in a concert hall or other real-world acoustic environment. 1 Press the [MENU] button to access the menu screen, and choose “Reverb.” fig.menu-key01-e.eps Press the [MENU] button to access the menu screen. Use the [ ] [ ] buttons to choose “Reverb.” Press the [ENTER] button to confirm your choice. 1 Press the [REVERB] button so it’s lit. 2 Use the [+] [-] buttons to adjust the reverb depth. Play back from the SD memory card or CD, and check the reverb depth. fig.reverb-e.eps Value Explanation Off No reverb Light (factory setting) Reverb depth: minimum Medium Reverb depth: normal Deep Reverb depth: maximum 3 Press the [EXIT] button. You’re returned to the audio source screen. Important Reverb is not added to sound from an external input source such as the built-in mic or the external mics. 73 74 CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 74 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Convenient Functions for Playback (continued) Muting the Sound of the Speakers If you don’t want sound to come from the speakers, press the [SPEAKER] button to turn them off. The speakers can be turned back on by pressing the button once again. fig.speaker.eps Important When using the internal mics, you won’t hear any sound from the speakers when you’re recording or are in recording-standby mode, even if you press the [SPEAKER] button to turn them on (get them to produce sound). This is to prevent the internal mics (or the external microphones) from picking up the sound emanating from the speakers, which would then become part of your recordings. When using the external microphones, you should turn the speakers on or off as necessary depending on the circumstances. Exchanging the Left and Right Audio Channels for Playback The recorded song will play back with the left and right audio channels exchanged. This can be used to conveniently place the recorded audio at a location that is convenient for the listener. For more about left and right panning, refer to the illustration on Page 121. * The audio heard from the speakers will not be exchanged. 1 Press the [MENU] button to access the menu screen, and choose “OUTPUT Exchange.” fig.menu-limiter01.eps Press the [MENU] button to access the menu screen. Use the [ ] [ ] buttons to choose “OUTPUT Exchange.” Press the [ENTER] button to confirm your choice. 2 Use the [+] [-] buttons to turn the output exchange on/off. fig.menu-limiter02-e.eps Value Explanation Off (factory setting) You'll hear the sound just as during recording. On The left and right audio channels will be exchanged relative to the recording. 3 Press the [EXIT] button twice. You’re returned to the audio source screen. CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 75 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Changing the Key of the Playback This adjusts the key (pitch) of the playback sound in semitone steps. This can be useful in situations like the following. • You want to shift the key of an accompaniment that was created for alto sax, so that you can practice flute along with it. • You want to sing along with a karaoke at a key that’s easier for you to sing. 1 Press the [KEY] button to access the menu screen, and choose “Key.” The setting will turn on/off each time you press the [KEY] button. * Whenever the unit has remained inactive for a predetermined amount of time, it will go back to displaying the Source (Sound Source) screen. fig.menu-key01-e.eps Press the [KEY] button to access the menu screen. Use the [ ] buttons to choose “Key.” 2 Use the [+] [-] buttons to adjust the value, changing the key. If you press the [ENTER] button, the value will return to “0.” fig.menu-key02-e.eps * If you change the key setting during playback, the audio will be interrupted momentarily. Value Explanation Decreasing the value by one will lower the overall pitch of the song by a semitone. Increasing the value by one will raise the overall pitch of the song by a semitone. A setting of “0” is the

-12–0 (factory setting)–12 original key of the song. However if this is set to -12, you won't be able to lower the Pitch setting (Page 76) any further. If this is set to 12, you won't be able to raise the Pitch any further. 3 Press the [EXIT] button.

You’re returned to the audio source screen. When you turn off the power, the Key setting will return to “Off.” Remote operations Raises the key of the playback sound. Lowers the key of the playback sound. Turns the key setting on/off. 75 76 CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 76 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Making Fine Adjustments to the Playback Pitch (Pitch) This adjusts the pitch of the playback sound in one-cent steps. One cent is 1/100th of a semitone. Sometimes when you are practicing your instrument along with a CD, you may have difficulty because the CD playback is pitched slightly different than your instrument. In such cases, you can adjust the CD playback pitch to match your instrument. When you’re using an instrument that is not easily tuned, such as an acoustic piano, you can adjust the pitch of the CD so that it matches your instrument. 1 Press the [KEY] button to access the menu screen, and choose “Pitch.” The setting will turn on/off each time you press the [KEY] button. * Whenever the unit has remained inactive for a predetermined amount of time, it will go back to displaying the Source (Sound Source) screen. fig.menu-pitch01-e.eps Press the [KEY] button to access the menu screen. Use the [ ] buttons to choose “Pitch.” 2 Use the [+] [-] button to adjust the Pitch setting. If you press the [ENTER] button, the value will return to “0.” fig.menu-pitch02-e.eps * If you change the pitch setting during playback, the audio will be interrupted momentarily. Value (units: Cents) Explanation Lowering the value will lower the overall pitch of the song. Raising the value will raise the overall pitch of the song. A setting of “0” is the original pitch of the song. -100–0 (factory setting)–100 However if Key (Page 75) is set to -12, you won't be able to set the Pitch to a negative (-) value. If Key is set to 12, you won't be able to set the Pitch to a positive (+) value. If you have a CD that was recorded at a reference pitch of A=440 Hz, and you want to Frequency of A4 after adjustment play it back at a reference pitch of A=442 Hz, you would set Pitch to “8.” Refer to the table at right. 3 Press the [EXIT] button. You’re returned to the audio source screen. When you turn off the power, the Key setting will return to “Off.” Pitch setting 438Hz -8 (cents) 439Hz -4 (cents) 440Hz 0 441Hz 4 (cents) 442Hz 8 (cents) CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 77 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Slowing Down or Speeding Up Playback You can make the playback speed slower or faster. You can also change the playback speed without affecting the pitch. This is useful when you are learning a song by ear and want to hear it slowly, or if you want to quickly listen to a song that you recorded. 1 Press the [SPEED] button. The setting will turn on/off each time you press the [SPEED] button. * Whenever the unit has remained inactive for a predetermined amount of time, it will go back to displaying the Source (Sound Source) screen. fig.menu-speed01-e.eps 2 Use the [+] [-] buttons to adjust the playback speed. If you press the [ENTER] button, the value will return to “100.” fig.menu-speed02-e.eps * If you change the speed setting during playback, the audio will be interrupted momentarily. Value (units: %) Explanation

50 (1/2 speed)–100 (factory setting)– 200 (2x normal speed) Decreasing this value will slow down the playback, and increasing it will speed up the playback. A setting of “100” is the original playback speed of the song. 3 Press the [EXIT] button twice. You’re returned to the audio source screen. fig.remote-icon-e.eps fig.speed-remote-e.eps Remote operations Makes the playback faster. Makes the playback slower.

Turns the playback speed setting on/off. When you turn off the power, the Speed setting will return to “Off.” Important Slowing down the playback speed to an extreme extent may change the tonal character or cause the audio to not play back smoothly. 77 78 CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 78 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Enjoying Simple Karaoke (Center Cancel) This function cancels the portion of the sound that is heard in the center of its stereo image, such as the main vocal or lead guitar, making it less audible. This lets you use a commercially available CD as a simple karaoke source, giving you an easy way to enjoy karaoke or to practice singing or playing an instrument. 1 Press the [CENTER CANCEL] button to access the “Center Cancel” screen. The setting will turn on/off each time you press the [CENTER CANCEL] button. * Whenever the unit has remained inactive for a predetermined amount of time, it will go back to displaying the Source (Sound Source) screen. fig.menu-centercancel01-e.eps Press the [CENTER CANCEL] button to access the menu screen. 2 Use the [+] [-] buttons to change the CENTER CANCEL setting. fig.menu-centercancel02-e.eps Value Explanation On1 (factory setting) The “On 1” through “On 3” settings produce different center On2 cancellation effects. Try each setting, and use the one that is On3 best for your situation. Focus1 Boosts the sound that is heard from the center when the song is played back. Focus2 “Focus 1” and “Focus 2” provide different types of boost. Try each setting, and use the one that is best for your situation. 3 Press the [EXIT] button. You’re returned to the audio source screen. When you turn off the power, the Center Cancel setting will return to the “Off” state. Important You may fail to obtain the desired effect if the song has deep reverb, or if the sounds you want to eliminate are not positioned in the center. Remote operations Turns Center Cancel on/off. CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 79 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Repeatedly Playing Tracks (1 Track/All Repeat) You can have a favorite track (or all tracks) play back repeatedly. 1 Press the [MENU] button to access the menu screen, and choose “Repeat.” fig.menu-repeat01-e.eps Press the [MENU] button to access the menu screen. Use the [ ] [ ] buttons to choose “Repeat.” Press the [ENTER] button to confirm your choice. 2 Use the [+] [-] buttons to change the Repeat Playback setting. fig.menu-repeat02-e.eps Value Explanation Off (factory setting) Repeat Playback will be off. 1 Track One-track repeat. The currently playing track, or any track you play subsequently, will play back repeatedly. All Tracks 3 Press the [EXIT] button twice. You’re returned to the audio source screen. fig.icon-repeat-e.eps The “ ” or symbol will disappear if you set the “Repeat” to “Off” in Step 2. All repeat. All tracks will play repeatedly. If you select this during playback, all tracks will play repeatedly, starting with the currently playing track. The Repeat icons The following icon is displayed if you’ve specified Repeat Playback. (1 track repeat) (All repeat) Important The Repeat Playback setting will be turned “Off” if you operate the [REPEAT] button. 79 80 CD-2u_SD-2u_e.book 80 ページ 2013年1月24日 木曜日 午前11時34分 Repeatedly playing a portion of the song (A/B Repeat) You can have a specified section play back repeatedly. Repeatedly listening to a section of a song is convenient when you’re practicing your instrument along with the song, or learning the song by ear. 1 During playback, press the [REPEAT] button at the point where you want Repeat Play to start. The starting point (A) of A-B Repeat playback is registered, and the Point A icon blinks. fig.ABrepeat01-e.eps 2 Press the [REPEAT] button once again at the point where you want A-B Repeat to end. The end point (B) of A-B Repeat playback is registered, and the A-B region will play back repeatedly. fig.ABrepeat02-e.eps 3 To defeat A-B Repeat, press the [REPEAT] button while A-B Repeat playback is occurring. If you press the [ ] (Stop) button to stop playback, A-B Repeat playback will also be cancelled. fig.ABrepeat-remote-e.eps Blinking Remote operations The “ ” icon is displayed during A-B Repeat playback. Register the start/end points for A-B Repeat.


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