Denon DN-700R Owner's Manual

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Page 1 - Network SD/USB Recorder

Network SD/USB RecorderDN-700ROwner’s Manual

Page 2 - CAUTION:

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersControl FunctionInformation4Selecting MediaRecording Edit Funct

Page 3 - IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

APPENDIXStatus request command (Host ! This unit) Status message (this unit ! host)Request Command Ans. Command RemarksTrack Key selectElapse Time @0

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APPENDIXStatus request command (Host ! This unit) Status message (this unit ! host)Request Command Ans. Command RemarksTrack Key selectPlay Track Alg

Page 5 - NOTA SOBRE UTILIZAÇÃO

APPENDIXStatus request command (Host ! This unit) Status message (this unit ! host)Request Command Ans. Command RemarksPreset GeneralPower On Mode @0?

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APPENDIXStatus request command (Host ! This unit) Status message (this unit ! host)Request Command Ans. Command RemarksPreset Rec Silent Level @0?SL&a

Page 7 - Getting started

APPENDIXStatus request command (Host ! This unit) Status message (this unit ! host)Request Command Ans. Command RemarksPreset Display LED Dimmer @0?LD

Page 8

APPENDIXStatus request command (Host ! This unit) Status message (this unit ! host)Request Command Ans. Command RemarksArchive Archive Server IP @0?AI

Page 9 - Main Features

APPENDIXStatus request command (Host ! This unit) Status message (this unit ! host)Request Command Ans. Command RemarksPlay Timer Play Timer Timer No:

Page 10 - Cautions on handling

APPENDIXStatus request command (Host ! This unit) Status message (this unit ! host)Request Command Ans. Command RemarksSystem SettingDigital Out Fs @0

Page 11 - Part names and functions

APPENDIXStatus request command (Host ! This unit) Status message (this unit ! host)Request Command Ans. Command RemarksSystem SettingDNS @0?DN'\r

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APPENDIXStatus request command (Host ! This unit) Status message (this unit ! host)Request Command Ans. Command RemarksUpdate(for RCF400S Update)Updat

Page 13 - RS-232C PARALLEL

Setting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedControl FunctionInformation5Selecting MediaRecording Edit FunctionPart n

Page 14 - FolderXXX

APPENDIXAppendixStatus Information ListStatus information (this unit ! host )RemarksAns. CommandWhen current media change. Card Card No Card @0CDNC&

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APPENDIXStatus information (this unit ! host )RemarksAns. CommandWhen current media change. Media Media USB @0MEUS'\r'SD1 @0MES1'\r&apo

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LICENSELicenseENGLISHThis section describes software license used for DN-700R/RC-F400S.To maintain the correct content, the original (English) is used

Page 17 - Connections

LICENSE[NFLC](1) This product is installed with “NetFront Living Connect” home network interconnection software made by ACCESS Co., Ltd. (2) Logos spe

Page 18 - Connecting headphones

LICENSEThis does not affect your ownership of the derived work itself, and the intent is to assure proper credit for the authors of gd, not to interfe

Page 19 - Mounting recording media

LICENSEmd5/* Copyright (C) 1991-2, RSA Data Security, Inc. Created 1991. All rights reserved.License to copy and use this software is granted provided

Page 20 - REC MON

LICENSElibpngThis copy of the libpng notices is provided for your convenience. In case of any discrepancy between this copy and the notices in the file

Page 21 - Setting defaults

LICENSElibpng versions 0.5, May 1995, through 0.88, January 1996, are Copyright (c) 1995, 1996 Guy Eric Schalnat, Group 42, Inc.For the purposes of th

Page 22 - Menu List

Dimensions Unit: in. (mm)19 (482.6)13 35/64 (344.0)1 49/64 (45.0)1 49/64 (45.0) 17/64 (6.8)7/32 (5.6)1 47/64 (44.0)29/64 (11.6)13 (330.3)13 11/16 (347

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Page 24 - n Preset Setting

Setting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedControl FunctionInformation6Selecting MediaRecording Edit FunctionPart n

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Setting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedControl FunctionInformation7Selecting MediaRecording Edit FunctionPart n

Page 26 - ! numbers ! alphabetical

Setting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedControl FunctionInformation8Selecting MediaRecording Edit FunctionPart n

Page 27 - n System Setting

Setting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedControl FunctionInformation9Selecting MediaRecording Edit FunctionPart n

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Setting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedControl FunctionInformation10Selecting MediaRecording Edit FunctionPart

Page 29 - 15-minute units

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaults PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedControl FunctionInformation11Selecting MediaRecording Edit

Page 30 - ON/STANDBY

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaults PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedControl FunctionInformation12Selecting MediaRecording Edit

Page 31 - n Save Setting

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaults PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedControl FunctionInformation13Selecting MediaRecording Edit

Page 32 - n Network Status

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersControl FunctionInformationISelecting MediaRecording Edit Funct

Page 33 - SHIFT and press MEDIA

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaults PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedControl FunctionInformation14Selecting MediaRecording Edit

Page 34 - Selecting Files and Folders

Part names and FunctionsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedControl FunctionInformation15Selecting MediaRecording Edit Funct

Page 35 - File List

Part names and FunctionsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedControl FunctionInformation16Selecting MediaRecording Edit Funct

Page 36 - Moving files (06 Move)

Part names and FunctionsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedControl FunctionInformation17Selecting MediaRecording Edit Funct

Page 37 - Other functions

Part names and FunctionsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedControl FunctionInformation18Selecting MediaRecording Edit Funct

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Part names and FunctionsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedControl FunctionInformation19Selecting MediaRecording Edit Funct

Page 39 - 00:00:00

Part names and FunctionsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedControl FunctionInformation20Selecting MediaRecording Edit Funct

Page 40 - Dual recording

Part names and FunctionsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedControl FunctionInformation21Selecting MediaRecording Edit Funct

Page 41 - Timer Recording

Part names and FunctionsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedControl FunctionInformation22Selecting MediaRecording Edit Funct

Page 42

Part names and FunctionsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedControl FunctionInformation23Selecting MediaRecording Edit Funct

Page 43 - Using timer recording

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersControl FunctionInformationIISelecting MediaRecording Edit Func

Page 44 - Operations during recording

Part names and FunctionsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedControl FunctionInformation24Selecting MediaRecording Edit Funct

Page 45 - Recording time chart

Part names and FunctionsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedControl FunctionInformation25Selecting MediaRecording Edit Funct

Page 46 - Playback

Part names and FunctionsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedControl FunctionInformation26Selecting MediaRecording Edit Funct

Page 47 - PLAY or PAUSE during search

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedControl FunctionInformation27Recording Edit Func

Page 48 - SHIFT and press MARK

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackGetting StartedControl FunctionInformation28Selecting MediaRecording Edit FunctionSelectin

Page 49 - Program playback

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackGetting StartedControl FunctionInformation29Selecting MediaRecording Edit FunctionSelectin

Page 50 - Saving/reading program data

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackGetting StartedControl FunctionInformation30Selecting MediaRecording Edit FunctionSelectin

Page 51 - Timer playback

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackGetting StartedControl FunctionInformation31Selecting MediaRecording Edit FunctionSelectin

Page 52 - Using timer playback

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedControl FunctionInformation32Selecting MediaEdit

Page 53 - Hot Start

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedControl FunctionInformation33Selecting MediaEdit

Page 54 - Edit Function

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersControl FunctionInformationIIISelecting MediaRecording Edit Fun

Page 55

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedControl FunctionInformation34Selecting MediaEdit

Page 56 - Control Function

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedControl FunctionInformation35Selecting MediaEdit

Page 57 - Connecting to a network (LAN)

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedControl FunctionInformation36Selecting MediaEdit

Page 58 - MENU button

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedControl FunctionInformation37Selecting MediaEdit

Page 59 - Menu operations (archive)

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedControl FunctionInformation38Selecting MediaEdit

Page 60 - n Archive Setting

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedControl FunctionInformation39Selecting MediaEdit

Page 61 - v See overleaf

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnectionsSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedControl FunctionInformation40Selecting MediaRecording Edi

Page 62 - Product Manager window

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnectionsSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedControl FunctionInformation41Selecting MediaRecording Edi

Page 63 - Operations

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnectionsSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedControl FunctionInformation42Selecting MediaRecording Edi

Page 64 - DN-700RDN-700R

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnectionsSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedControl FunctionInformation43Selecting MediaRecording Edi

Page 65 - Web Remote

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersControl FunctionInformationIVSelecting MediaRecording Edit Func

Page 66 - File list screen

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnectionsSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedControl FunctionInformation44Selecting MediaRecording Edi

Page 67

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnectionsSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedControl FunctionInformation45Selecting MediaRecording Edi

Page 68

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnectionsSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedControl FunctionInformation46Selecting MediaRecording Edi

Page 69 - OPERATION SETTINGS OTHERS

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnectionsSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedControl FunctionInformation47Selecting MediaRecording Edi

Page 70 - Start Date

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnectionsSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedControl FunctionInformation48Selecting MediaRecording Edi

Page 71

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnectionsSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedControl FunctionInformation49Selecting MediaRecording Edi

Page 72 - Hot Start list display

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedInformation50Selecting MediaRecording Edit Funct

Page 73 - RC-F400S

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedInformation51Selecting MediaRecording Edit Funct

Page 74 - FRAME on the main screen

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedInformation52Selecting MediaRecording Edit Funct

Page 75 - FILE LIST

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedInformation53Selecting MediaRecording Edit Funct

Page 76 - Playback from the main screen

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersControl FunctionInformationVSelecting MediaRecording Edit Funct

Page 77 - IP control (Ethernet)

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedInformation54Selecting MediaRecording Edit Funct

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Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedInformation55Selecting MediaRecording Edit Funct

Page 79

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedInformation56Selecting MediaRecording Edit Funct

Page 80 - Parallel control

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedInformation57Selecting MediaRecording Edit Funct

Page 81 - Hot Cue Mode

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedInformation58Selecting MediaRecording Edit Funct

Page 82 - Information

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedInformation59Selecting MediaRecording Edit Funct

Page 83 - Troubleshooting

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedInformation60Selecting MediaRecording Edit Funct

Page 84

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedInformation61Selecting MediaRecording Edit Funct

Page 85 - Main specifications

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedInformation62Selecting MediaRecording Edit Funct

Page 86

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedInformation63Selecting MediaRecording Edit Funct

Page 87

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersControl FunctionInformation1Selecting MediaRecording Edit Funct

Page 88

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedInformation64Selecting MediaRecording Edit Funct

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Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedInformation65Selecting MediaRecording Edit Funct

Page 90

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedInformation66Selecting MediaRecording Edit Funct

Page 91

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedInformation67Selecting MediaRecording Edit Funct

Page 92

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedInformation68Selecting MediaRecording Edit Funct

Page 93

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedInformation69Selecting MediaRecording Edit Funct

Page 94

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedInformation70Selecting MediaRecording Edit Funct

Page 95

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedInformation71Selecting MediaRecording Edit Funct

Page 96

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedInformation72Selecting MediaRecording Edit Funct

Page 97 - hhmm @0dohhmm'\r'

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedInformation73Selecting MediaRecording Edit Funct

Page 98 - Status Command List

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersControl FunctionInformation2Selecting MediaRecording Edit Funct

Page 99

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedInformation74Selecting MediaRecording Edit Funct

Page 100 - Appendix

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedInformation75Selecting MediaRecording Edit Funct

Page 101

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedControl Function76Selecting MediaRecording Edit

Page 102

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedControl Function77Selecting MediaRecording Edit

Page 103

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedControl Function78Selecting MediaRecording Edit

Page 104

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedControl Function79Selecting MediaRecording Edit

Page 105

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersGetting StartedControl Function80Selecting MediaRecording Edit

Page 106

APPENDIXAppendix shows the list of commands that control this unit externally through a host device.Normally, it is dealers such as installers that us

Page 107

APPENDIXDescription Command RemarksControl PITCH ON @02337ON'\r'OFF @02337OF'\r'+ @02338'\r'- @02339'\r'Value

Page 108

APPENDIXDescription Command RemarksFile List Move File nnnn XXXXXXXXXXX @0MvnnnnXXXXXXXXXXX'\r'nnnn:Move Track No. (4digits) b2XXXX:Move fo

Page 109

Part names and FunctionsSetting defaultsConnections PlaybackSelecting Files and FoldersControl FunctionInformation3Selecting MediaRecording Edit Funct

Page 110 - Status Information List

APPENDIXDescription Command RemarksFile List HotStart Set nn xxxx @0hsnnxxxx'\r' nn:Hot Start No., xxxx:Track No. (4 digits)(The setting i

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APPENDIXDescription Command RemarksPreset Rec RecFormat WAV(PCM) XX @0AFPMXX'\r' XX:Bit length24bitXX=2416bit=16MP3 XXX @0AFM3XXX'

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APPENDIXDescription Command RemarksPreset Play Search Mode Normal @0sMNO'\r'Silent @0sMSL'\r'Auto Fade In xxx @0FIxxx'\r&apo

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APPENDIXDescription Command RemarksPreset Other KeyBoard Englaish(US) @0KBUS'\r'Englaish(UK) @0KBUK'\r'France @0KBFR'\r&apos

Page 114

APPENDIXDescription Command RemarksRec Timer Timer Recording SET DayOfWeek @0ShDWXXxxxxxxxxHHMMhhmmXXXX'\r'XX:Reserve No! 01-30xxxxxxx:Sett

Page 115

APPENDIXDescription Command RemarksPlay Timer Timer Playback SET DayOfWeek @0TPDWXXxxxxxxxxhhmmFFFFF'\r'XX:Reserve No! 01-30xxxxxxx:Setting

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APPENDIXDescription Command RemarksSystem Setting Digital Out Fs AUTO @0dFAT'\r'44.1KHz @0dF44'\r'48KHz @0dF48'\r'Ext(A

Page 117

APPENDIXDescription Command RemarksSystem Setting IP Control Auth ON @0Ia00'\r'OFF @0Ia01'\r'Network Standby ON @0Ns00'\r&ap

Page 118 - Dimensions

APPENDIXStatus Command ListStatus request command (Host ! This unit) Status message (this unit ! host)Request Command Ans. Command RemarksStatus Power

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APPENDIXStatus request command (Host ! This unit) Status message (this unit ! host)Request Command Ans. Command RemarksStatus Time Mode(Display Mode)

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