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The TOC (an abbreviation for Table of Contents) is information about the track numbers and recorded areas that allow the unit to find musical selections or sounds. The entire MD is controlled by the information in this TOC, which enables the unit to find the beginning of a track quickly or to record automatically in a vacant area.
About TOC recording
- The TOC is recorded in a specific area on a MiniDisc, which is not used for sound recording.
When you start recording or editing, "TOC" will appear in the display.
This indicates that information in the TOC is now being changed according to recording or editing being performed.
- The changed TOC information will not be recorded on the MiniDisc right away.
When is the TOC recorded?
- While "TOC" is displayed, the MiniDisc should not be removed. Turn the power off first, and when remove the MiniDisc.
- The edited contents can be stored on the disc after several editing steps have been performed.
The revised TOC will be recorded on the disc automatically when you press the /:OFF button while in the stop mode. This will also turn the power to this unit off.
The power will be turned off after the TOC has been recorded on the disc.
- While "TOC" or 'TOC EDIT!" is displayed, do not do any of the following.
- Do not jar or bump the main unit.
- Do not unplug the AC adaptor.
- Do not remove the rechargeable battery or battery case.
If you do, the changes in the recorded or edited contents will be lost if the TOC information is not recorded properly.
- If the AC adaptor is unplugged or a power failure occurs while recording (before the TOC information has been written on the disc), the new recording will be erased.
When new TOC information is added to a MiniDisc in a position where TOC information already exists, the added recording will be erased.
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