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JVC XL-R2010 CD Recorder - recording dao problem

I'm trying to burn a CD-R so that there are no 2-second gaps between the tracks. My playback is a CD-R with no 2-second gaps. My blank is a CD-R, not a CD-RW. I reviewed the instruction manual, which is anything but clear on the matter of track spacing. There is an option for TR SPACE ON or TR SPACE OFF which seems to result in either the same thing -- gaps -- or a different problem, bumps. When recording, this JVC unit puts in 2-second gaps  automatically, by default. When I change the settings as instructed by the manual, I either end up with 2-second gaps or with a "bump" sound and no gaps.

How do I program this unit to copy a CD with no gaps or bumps between the tracks?

Any help with be greatly appreciated.

Richard

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Reading the manual over and over, it looks like there is a function called Autotrack and by default is ON.
In the manual, page 22, shows you how to put the Autrack OFF.
Be careful that if you use the synchronize one-button recording you will have again the Autrack automatically ON again and that means a pause or bump between tracks.
For your reference I used the manual at this location http://resources.jvc.com/Resources/00/00/98/A0013ien.pdf

Please let me know if you need further help.

Posted on Oct 29, 2007

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    Massimo Ardito Nov 02, 2007

    Richard,

    I would like to know if you solved your problem.

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