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  1. sorry you will still need to find a sound card with optical in. I don't *think* that's the case for the Mac. You would need a sound DAW like a MOTU or something similar (half a dozen different manufacturers) to get the S/PDIF signal into the Macbook, unless I've missed something. In the PC world a $10 sound card will do the job. Maybe you need to beg, borrow or steal a PC to plug a sound card (Terratec is nice) into the bus.
  2. Not with the 707. To get it off digitally you would need either: a. A (full size) deck with optical out or b. An MZ-RH1 (or MZ-M200, same thing). Sorry but that's just the way life is.
  3. Read the rest of this thread in detail. Note there is no such thing as MZ-R710, you will have an MZ-N710 which is a completely different beast from the one described in that link in your last post. You need: a. the service manual (start at page 25 in the NF810 service manual, I can't lay my hands on the 710 but it is the same unit minus the remote radio). b. a prerecorded CD (any old one will do) c. a blank 74 minute MO, preferably unopened (80 may work just fine but I think the service procedure was designed around 74) There IS a procedure where you can trick it back into
  4. Jammed microsowitches? Sounds like one for NGY who sadly is no longer with us.... Kevin has worked on the E-11 quite a bit, so I would expect him to chime in here.
  5. As long as you didn't record anything AFTER this button pushing, you are OK. You need to learn how to do TOC cloning. Not sure of the specifics for your unit, but usually it will need a deck!
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    Ray farrow

    Welcome. 1. NW-HD5 doesn't speak VHF or native USB) and the head unit likely won't play the files it is offering to USB (via USB of course). 2. You don't give details of your head unit. Does it have an AUX socket (3.5mm jack)? that would be the simplest. 3. You don't give details of your fm transmitter, so we don't understand your expectations. Is it already hooked to the NW-HD5 via the headphone/line out? 4. Naming your question after you doesn't make it easy to find this topic, later. So if it's not about you, please edit the topic ASAP. (hint: other such self-named topics have be
  7. I just posted this to downloads. Thanks Freddy, you can take it offline now. S
  8. SBeatjam.iso View File Thanks to FreddyJollo for this image requested several times on the forums. It is the ISO for the Sharp MD software called Beat Jam. I don't know any more about it than that. Good luck to y'all. You will still need, most likely the NetMD 64-bit drivers NETMD760.SYS available elsewhere in downloads. Stephen Submitter sfbp Submitted 04/26/2021 Category Programs &
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    SBeatjam.iso

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    Thanks to FreddyJollo for this image requested several times on the forums. It is the ISO for the Sharp MD software called Beat Jam. I don't know any more about it than that. Good luck to y'all. You will still need, most likely the NetMD 64-bit drivers NETMD760.SYS available elsewhere in downloads. Stephen
  10. Happy to do so but you need to tell us the PID/VID numbers. VID should be 054C (Sony), PID will be .....? (maybe close to 0119) Suggest you go to Nirsoft and download USBDeview. This will help you find the right IDs.
  11. Welcome to our forums. It takes a long time, relatively, to go through and delete duplicate posts, so please DONT DO IT. The universal drivers for 32-bit and 64 bit windows should work just fine. No idea about BeatJam, but SonicStage should do what you want.
  12. "everyone" (meaning I cannot remember and I haven't done it!) is telling me that you should be able to buy a reliable USB<->RS232 adapter for a few bucks from Amazon. I do keep my early noughties laptop (T40) for communicating with my server-monster that has a real RS232 port in the docking station. I'm sure you know all about 9pin vs 25 pin and the various aspects of RTS/CTS and flow control generally, so you will work it out - that's the most painful part I have found, even if I have got the right connection.
  13. The reason for that is that all that gets transferred back is the rights (library book checkout). NetMD cannot be transferred to PC***. Pre-RH1 limitation in USB speed (hardware/firmware). RH1 by design****. They didn't want to proliferate copies generated by NetMD transfer. For HiMD a lot less restriction because they're normal files. ***I don't think you can get anything OFF an MZ-N710 for example. ****The ability to upload MDLP bitwise built into the firmware. The ability to upload SP, if i recall correctly (and doubtless someone's gonna jump all over me with hobnailed boots) simp
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