Question about Tascam CC-222mkIII CD Player / Recorder
The analog signals received at the LINE 1 jacks, the RIAA Phono jacks and from the tape (if the input volume is not being bypassed) are controlled with the CD deck's INPUT control. When this control is at the 12 o'clock position, the signal is neither cut nor boosted.
The level of the digital inputs may be controlled using the digital volume menu, as described below.
1. Press the RECORD key to place the unit in record standby mode.
2. Repeatedly press the MENU key until the display shows VOLUME>XXXdB where XXX is the current setting. (put it to the highest volume)
3. Use the MULTI DIAL or SKIP keys to adjust the input level. The maximum boost is +18db, and the signal may be cut by up to 60dB. There is also a ---dB settings which represents a complete signal cut.
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
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