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I don't think I have that calculator, but let's work through it with any calculator.
Let's say our heading is 45.3275 degrees. So we know it is 45 degrees, so subtract 45 from the number and multiply by 60, since there are 60 minutes in a degree. I get 19.65. So now we have 45 degrees and 19 minutes. Subtract the 19 minutes to calculate the number of seconds by multiplying the result by 60. I get 39 seconds. Overall, we have 45 degrees, 19 minutes, and 39 seconds.
Make you own. Just used a piece of rope. Once it has been measured add a inch or inche and half to the rope. This is to take up the slack for the belt tensionor. Then take your old belt and the new measurements to your local auto parts store and have fit a new belt to the rope measurements. GB...stewbison
Hello, Look at the column of keys under the ALPHA key. You have the integral, the square root, and then the key that has a degree sign, an apostrophe and a double closing quotation mark. That is the one you use to enter the angle in sexagesimal notation. To simplify my task I will symbolize the key with [DMS], degree, minute , second. To calculate cos (32° 45') you press [COS] 32[DMS]45 [DMS] ) and press [=] The result si 0.841039013 Hope it helps.
my rope broke to lol. i have bought new roape and have reinstalled it. u have to take top of the mower apart. the plastic cover take it off all the way a few bolts u can see un do them. pull off the plastic cover and take gas cap off so it will come off. next u will see 2 bolts on the fron of the mower on the rope houseing. un do them. next behind the mower 2 more bolts. u will see them it holds the rope houseing unit in place. after u unbolt both it will come of easy. next ull see when u tip it upside down a bolt with flat head bolt. use a socket or falt head undo that. next pull out the pully that the rope gose around. install new rope threw hole in rope houseing and threw the rope pully. ull see a srping on the rope pully. its hard for me to get it to wind all the way back up so all i did was roll up the rope best i could and reinstall the pully. titen flat head bolt back in place and reinstall all bolts and plastic cover. it should work now.
I don't use my Tascam to create CDs for exactly the reasons you are asking about. I do a bounce mix to a couple of tracks and then export via usb to a PC for finalizing and CD creation there.
To answer your questions, you do always need to create a master first for each sermon on the DP-02 before you can burn it to a CD. You also have to finalize the CD to play it on other players.
Mastering as well occurs in real time, so it does take 60 minutes to create a master for a 60 minute recording.
As I don't burn from my Tascam, I didn't realize the burn time was so long though. I would have expected that to be faster for sure. I know my old 2488 MkI is supposed to burn at 4x and I believe the MkII burns at 8x. The DP-02 is newer than both and I would assume it would burn even faster.
Anyway, as I said you might wish to go the PC route. That way you can export the tracks without having to master them and burn them from the PC to CD at up to 40x (depending on the speed of your PC's burner).