darK (aka Tharaka) Posted November 30, 2002 Report Share Posted November 30, 2002 This was taken from '11/21: Wild MZ-R700/R500 Hack' but i put it onto a new topic because it will be easier to find i'm not sure if this works... Hi, with the N707 you can get following features: Personal Disk Memory (remembers volume, program play, equalizer, and speed settings for 20 discs). M-Timer (an alarm clock settable in minutes -- so you don't miss your train stop). Auto time mark (inserts a track mark every 5, 10, or 15 minutes during recording). Titling in Japanese Kana character set (as well as the normal Roman alphabet). microphone sensitivity (HIGH/LOW) selectable audio output modes (Headphone/Line Out) Adjustable playback speed (from -80% to +110%). All buttons function normally. I don not care for any modifications you do on your MD-Player: Warning: These modifications require that you enter service mode on your unit. It is easy to render your machine inoperative in this mode. I make no guarantees that this will not happen to you! Proceed at your own risk. If your machine does not display the values indicated, exit service mode by removing power -- this procedure may not be suitable for your machine. These modifications are made from the keyboard, proceed as follows: Run from the AC adapter or a fresh battery. Unplug the remote. Display Description The MZ-N707's LCD display has two sections, the dot matrix field on the left where titles are displayed, and the 7-segment section on the right where numbers (e.g. time values) are displayed. We will refer to these respectively as the "left display" and the "right display". Enter service mode: Set the "HOLD" switch on. While holding down the VOL - key like a SHIFT key, enter the key sequence: >>| >>| |<< |<< >>| |<< >>| |<< | | | | i.e. FF FF REW REW FF REW FF REW PAUSE PAUSE Release all keys. If you have successfully entered service mode, the display will alternately display the firmware version in the left display and a screen with all LCD segments lit at about half second intervals. This work was done on a machine showing Ver 1.300. Change Setting 1: Press VOL + -- you should see "MANUAL" displayed on the left and "0 00" on the right. Press PLAY -- you should see "Laser" on the left and "0 10" on the right. Press VOL + 5 times -- you should see "F Code" on the left and "0 60" on the right. Press PLAY -- the first 3 digits of the left display should be continuously incrementing. The last 2 digits of the left display are a value in memory that you want to change (it probably reads "A0" for the MZ-N707 and "??" for the MZ-N505, but write this number down!). You should see "0 61" on the right. Press VOL + repeatedly until the last two digits of the left display read "FE" (you can press VOL - if you go past it). Press PAUSE Change Setting 2: Press PLAY -- you should again see incrementing numbers in the first 3 digits of the left display and "0 62" should appear in the right display. The last two digits of the left display are the value you want to change (it probably reads "50" for the MZ-N707 and "??" for the MZ-N505, but write this number down!). Press VOL + repeatedly until this reads "7B" (you can press VOL - if you go past it). Press PAUSE Exit service mode: Remove power plug or battery. I hope it does it also with the 505. (please write me an e-mail with the ??-Factors) The NetMD-Transfers are not affected by this modifications. Sorry for mistakes (I'm german) firstname.lastname@example.org it at ur own risk i suppose... mainly because i dont have a N707 to try it out on... Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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