I am having problems with my Marantz PMD670. The display says "BlankCard," and I can't get it to do anything else. Nothing happens when I push the record switch, or the edit/mark, or the play, etc. I've tried a different flash card with the same result.
I'm new to this recorder, so I apologize if I'm missing something obvious.
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Take a set of RCA Jack cords (4 jacks) and on the tape recorders "out" jacks attach one pair and on the PMD 670's "In" Jacks attach the other pair. Set the tape a few seconds before where you want to record , set your levels to where you want them, start the recorder then start recording with the PMD.
You may need to test record a few seconds to make sure the recording is at the level you want it to be. Plug in a set of headphones to the PMD and listen in from time to time to make sure it's recording OK.
I have this same problem. I have 3 cards. 1 of them my Marantz PMD671 just doesn't like, and produces the error message "you need format on PC". I can format it on PC, and use it normally, but the PMD671 will not have it. The card is a cheapo Dane-elec. I give up at this point.
What is the new Pa System Brand and Model. I am almost certain that every PA System sold has a stereo or mono out put and yes there are adapters to go from mono to left and right (stereo ) on your CD310 recorder. So, the simple answer is to look at the manual or even the back of the mixer to fins out where the audio is coming out of the mixer. The mixer on the pa system will mix the sources together for you. So, you might not need much of anything but a cord to get the audio to your recorder. You can send me the model number and I can give you the exact cord you need or you can take it to a near by store that sells audio pa systems and show them what you have and what you are trying to do and they will sell you a cord that will solve your issue.