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  3. http://www.minidisc.org/manuals/sony/Sony_MZ-NHF800_operation_manual.pdf , AVLS p70, equalizer p52-53
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  5. Hai... Im wondering is the moniker "HD Digital Amp" means anything? Out of curiousity i read through the minidisc.org and i notice some players got HD Digital Amp some doesnt. Can anyone feel any difference between the 2? Also, does anyone knows how to remove the volume limiter and enable custom EQ on european model MZ-NHF800 series? Thanks Kris
  6. Philippeb is your man. I've not used this method of MD transcription and I have never had a Portadisc in my hands. Sorry. Having said that, you will need a piece of software that records WAV input. Possible candidates: - Audacity/Cool96/Cool2000 (all the same, different versions) - Windows Recorder (not sure about XP and later, but the W98 and W2K systems both have a program called WAVEREC.EXE included) - Sound Forge 9 (a copy comes free with many digital devices from Sony) or 10 - VLC (which has a recording function) or ffmpeg (both based on same technology). All of these can use the Windows Mixer, however often a superior sound card will have its own drivers and mixer which allows tweaking the sound.
  7. Thank you. I hope they will reply soon.
  8. I do not have or seen it. sfbp (Stephen) or philippeb will be more helpful than me. Technically speaking, this is sure.
  9. Thank you for your reply. The manual is interesting, but maybe I can get some simple recomendation on how to quickly copy it, too?
  10. http://www.minidisc.org/hhb_mdp500_manual.pdf
  11. Ok, I bought Portadisc, what should I do with it now? Will it be recognized as an external drive and I can simply drag and drop all the wav files?
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  14. Ok! I have no idea what I did differently this time around, but it worked and I can finally use my player again! I would like to thank both of you for all of your help and I bid you good day! Cheers, 7th Peer
  15. If you're talking about standard notation on music staves, with lyric lines, chords and the rest of it, then Musescore is fully featured, produces great looking sheet music, is quite easy to use and is absolutely free. The Musescore forum is also really good for help and advice. They've just released a new stable version, Muescore 2.1 which is well worth trying out. You can download it from https://musescore.org/ Personally I use Sibelius 7.5, mostly from years of habit getting used to it. But it's a big bucks program, and the support isn't that great. If I were you I'd go with Musescore.
  16. Im trying to find a good program that lets you create music (the type of program where you have one line and create a beat and another for lyrics and so on). If anyone can reccomend something that is not to hard then i would be really grateful. Im willing to spend the £300 that these things can cost.
  17. I believe not using your MD machine causes the belt to fail prematurely. I had a hardly used machine which I put away and didn't use and the eject on this failed soon after I got it out whereas a regularly used, and worn, machine had no eject problems. Best to use your machines, say, once a week rather than put them into storage.
  18. My main language in use is Vietnamese
  19. A side question, what's your main language? It seems we have a serious language barrier here. (Your response doesn't really tell us much, sorry)
  20. Currently I am experiencing Something Happened when upgrading to Windows 10. Hope for a help
  21. Sorry, this is not a Windows support forum. That being said, you need to be more specific. What's going on with your CD drive? The more info you can provide, the better.
  22. How to fix a CD drive in win 10
  23. The price of your Teac MD player deck is for sure not expensive. Instead of replacing the KMS 260 laser on your unit (which is difficult), why not just buying a new unit ? Hope you will get help here anyway.
  24. That remote price is - always be - huge. But it is so cute.
  25. At least JE480 is a type S unit, your MDLP discs will sound better than with the JE470. My choice would be (MDLP units) : 1) a JB980 2) a JE780 3) a JE480 with few or no scratches, and if possible with a remote
  26. Dowloading schedule is not important. - delete previous drivers (and check windows/inf has said before Stephen) - download SS and NetMD Windows 64 drivers I think there is no problem to install SS at this moment - then disabled the driver signature enforcement and reboot - Yes remove the driver from the zipper folder in your download folder (backup it), connect your MD, ask Windows to activate the driver, open SS = your MD is seen (insert a MD disk) - reboot (standard session), reconnect the MD and open SS, everything is fine
  27. Ok, ok, let me walk through this: 1) Download SS 2) Download the NetMD file Now, do I download SS and reboot, or do I download both programs and then reboot? Do I have to remove the NetMD file from the zipper folder it came in and then try to activate it?
  28. Slight caveat to the above: the RM-49M and RM-47M don't have the Group On/Off or Skip buttons that the RM-D10E has but I don't think this would be an issue in your case as I do not believe that the MDS-JE480 has the Group function.
  29. Yes that's it BearBoy. The machine has the umph to push the disc out (and pull it in of course) it just can't lift the disc carrier up that little bit to line up with the slot in the front panel so that it can get out. When a disc is inserted the carrier drops down onto the reader table to be played.
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