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There are two ways. 1st way is to use the tape out and a 1/8 to 1/8 cable connected to a tape recorder or computer. And use the send thru tape function. while recording. then on the second one reverse the cable. And use the tape in function. The 2nd way is to copy beat for beat in the quantize mode by hand onto paper, the reprogram each sound(beat) back into it.
The "set time" button on my SR-L100 is located inside the CD compartment. To set the time the unit needs to be in the standby mode. Press and hold the set time button until the time blinks, then use the tuning/clock adj. dial to set it. Hope this helps!
To set the alarm on the TEAC SLR 100: Be sure the radio is set to off or standby. Hold down the BUTTON for the alarm you wish to set (#1 or #2) until the TIME ON THE DISPLAY begins flashing. Use the TUNER/CLOCKSET DIAL to change the display to the time you wish the alarm to go off. pRESS THE ALARM BUTTON BRIEFLY TO RETURN TO NORMAL OPERATION.
Press the Flash button (left on the cursorpad, marked with a lightning bolt icon). Each press of the Flash button cycles through the various modes. You want the Fill mode, indicated by an unadorned lightning bolt.
The "set time" button on my SR-L100 is located inside the CD compartment. To set the time the unit needs to be in the standby mode. Press and hold the set time button until the time blinks, then use the tuning/clock adj. dial to set it. Hope this helps! Ted