Recording, Preparation for recording, Dolby nr button setting (in step 2) – Yamaha KX-10 User Manual
B/ C/MPX FILTER indicators
I/NORM II/HIGH IV/METAL
Preparation for recording
Press the STANDBY/ON switch to turn on the power.
Set your amplifier to cassette deck function mode.
Refer to “DOLBY NR button setting”.
Play the program source to be
recorded and adjust the
recording level. See “Setting
the recording level”.
Peak level meters
Place the cassette on the cassette tray with
the exposed tape side facing back side of the
unit and the side to be recorded facing up. To
load the cassette tray, press the
Make sure that the tape is wound to the
right-hand reel with the cassette placed on
DOLBY NR button setting (in step 2)
Dolby noise reduction is an extremely effective method of
reducing undesirable background hiss on tapes. This unit
incorporates both Dolby B NR and the newer Dolby C NR
system. Dolby C NR is approximately twice as effective as
the earlier Dolby B NR.
Each time this button is pressed, Dolby NR switches as
B (MPX off) Recording with DOLBY B NR
Only the B indicator lights.
C (MPX off) Recording with DOLBY C NR
Only the C indicator lights.
B MPX on Recording an FM broadcast with DOLBY
B and MPX FILTER indicators light.
C MPX on Recording an FM broadcast with DOLBY
C and MPX FILTER indicators light.
Recording with no noise reduction
No indicator lights.
FM stations transmit a 19 kHz pilot signal in addition to the
broadcast program. Sometimes this pilot signal may leak
into the audio output depending on the tuner and broadcast
conditions. This signal can cause improper operation of the
Dolby NR systems. Activating the MPX filter (B TYPE/C
TYPE MPX ON settings) will effectively remove the signal.