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Model #MD6451R seek ability to move to a track specific.

If using for education purposed, where going to a selected track to relisten to information at that point. Example you hear a expression and seek to go back and reliten to that expression in that track. How is it best to seek a track spot.

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Specifications nec fd 1137c


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LED Indicator: Green
Interface Connector: 34-pin connector right-angled header connector
Operation Mode Write / Read: 2MB mode / 1.6MB mode / 1MB mode
Disk Used
(90mm / 3.5): High density (2HD) / High density (2HD) / Normal density (2DD)
Data Transfer Rate: 500KBps / 500KBps / 250KBps
Unformatted Data Capacity: 2MB / 1.6MB / 1MB
Rotational Speed: 300rpm / 360rpm / 300rpm
Track Density: 5.3 track/mm (135tpi)
Track to Track Time: 3ms
Required Power: +5V single (4.5V ~ 5.5V)
Signal Output Driver: Open Collector TTL
Input signal Pull-up: 1K Ohm 30%
Function Setting at Delivery: Interface Setting:Pin2: MODE SELECT input (LOW: 1.6MB mode) Pin12: DRIVE SELECT 1 input Pin34: DISK CHANGE Output Other Function Setting: 1. Automatic density setting for 2DD (1MB) disk or 2HD (1.6MB/2MB) disk 2. LED Turn on Condition: DRIVE SELECT 3. Motor Rotating Condition: MOTOR ON 4. Ready and seek-complete gate (full-mask) for INDEX and READ DATA output pulses 5. Auto-chucking at disk installation 6. Auto-recalibration at power on 7. Frame is electrically shorted to DC 0V
Dimensions: 101.6 W X 25.4 H X 145 D mm excluding front bezel
Weight: 345g
Mounting: Vertical/horizontal with spindle motor down
MTBF: 30,000 POH
Safety Standards: UL, CSA, TUV

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I have a Conner disk drive model CP30254H which I am trying to mount as a slave drive. I can not find the proper jumper setting configuration.


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CONNER SPECIFICATIONS
CFA540A Specifications

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JUMPER SETTINGS SINGLE DRIVE MASTER DRIVE SLAVE DRIVE C AND D JUMPED C AND D JUMPED C AND D NOT JUMPED A/C out when master slave with non-CFA/CFA Conner drives (except CP30254 and CP30344). A/C in with CFA/CFS and all other drives.
CMOS SETTINGS MODEL (CFA SERIES) SIZE CYL HDS SECT WPCOMP LZONE TYPE CFA540A 540 MB 1048 16 63 0 1048 IDE
HARD DRIVE SPECIFICATIONS Formatted Capacity (MB=1,000,000): 540 Cylinders: 2805 Sectors: 75 - 114 Heads: 4 Disks: 2 Buffer Size: 256KB, segmented, adaptive Average Seek: 10.5ms Single Track 3ms Rotation Speed/Avg. Latency 4500 rpm / 6.7ms Transfer Rate to/from. media 3.4-5.82MB/sec Transfer Rate to/from buffer 11.1MB / sec TPI 3258 tracks per inch BPI 63,000 bits per inch Size 1.0" Height x 4.0" Wide x 5.75" Depth Weight 1.16 lbs.
POWER REQUIREMENTS +12 Volts +5 Volts Power Read / Write 170 ma 620 ma 5.1 W Seek 420 ma 590 ma 8.0 W Idle 160 ma 400 ma 3.9 W Standby 0.0 ma 350 ma 1.8 W Sleep 0.0 ma 350 ma 1.8 W Spin up (7 seconds) 1200 ma 580 ma N/A

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My coby 828 mp3 won't list the songs or artists in alphabetical order, how can i get them in alphabetical order?


I don't know your mp3 player specifically, but it's a common issue with the cheaper players that they only display music in alphabetical order of the filename; and to make matters worse, the filename used is the "8.3 filename" (see wikipedia) rather than the long filename.

To establish if this is the case with your player, get a small selection of tracks and name them 001, 002, etc. (preserve the extension, whatever it is), copy them to the player and see if they play in the order of the numbers.

If you find that this technique works to allow you to control the order of play, you will want a more convenient way to manage a larger number of songs. I suggest using a free program called "MRename" by rajko (google for "rajko mrename"). Install this program.

1. To simplify things, copy the songs you want to a special folder for the purpose, because you're going to mess with the filenames.

2. Select all the songs, right click, and choose "MRename --recursion:OFF".

3. Use a select mask of *1 which will select all of them.

4. Use a rename mask of \N301.mp3 (replace 'mp3' if appropriate). This creates names of "N"umbers, "3" digits, with leading "0"s, starting from "1", and adds ".mp3" at the end as a literal.

5. At this point, you can actually move your tracks around in the renaming program... this is where you choose your play order! When you're happy, click "rename all" and it will be done.

6. Copy the tracks to the player, ensuring that they're the only ones on there, and they should play in the order you wanted.

Jan 18, 2011 | Vacuums

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I cant get my music on the Sylvania SMPK8858 to be in alphabetic order....when i plug it in to my computer it shows up in alphabetic format....but not on the player...does anyone know how to format the...


I don't know your mp3 player specifically, but it's a common issue with the cheaper players that they only display music in alphabetical order of the filename; and to make matters worse, the filename used is the "8.3 filename" (see wikipedia) rather than the long filename.

To establish if this is the case with your player, get a small selection of tracks and name them 001, 002, etc. (preserve the extension, whatever it is), copy them to the player and see if they play in the order of the numbers.

If you find that this technique works to allow you to control the order of play, you will want a more convenient way to manage a larger number of songs. I suggest using a free program called "MRename" by rajko (google for "rajko mrename"). Install this program.

1. To simplify things, copy the songs you want to a special folder for the purpose, because you're going to mess with the filenames.

2. Select all the songs, right click, and choose "MRename --recursion:OFF".

3. Use a select mask of *1 which will select all of them.

4. Use a rename mask of \N301.mp3 (replace 'mp3' if appropriate). This creates names of "N"umbers, "3" digits, with leading "0"s, starting from "1", and adds ".mp3" at the end as a literal.

5. At this point, you can actually move your tracks around in the renaming program... this is where you choose your play order! When you're happy, click "rename all" and it will be done.

6. Copy the tracks to the player, ensuring that they're the only ones on there, and they should play in the order you wanted.

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How do u store information in your calcuator


The TI Notefolio application is specifically for this purpose - http://education.ti.com/educationportal/downloadcenter/SoftwareDetail.do?website=US&appId=268

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TEAC H300CD Player


Hi, Your particular brand/model was made in the very early 2000. It is possible that the eye (optical lens) is already weak and would need replacement or calibration. You may want to try and clean the lens hopefully improving the reading capability. Some users of CD players use a PC CD cleaner to clean the eye (pls read the instructions) though this can be done by going inside the unit). Probably your best bet is to seek the services of a qualified professional. Hope this be of some help and give you ideas. Pls post again how things turn up and/or if you need further information. Good luck and kind regards.

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