Silverfish wrote:The unit uses a SCSI CD-ROM. I wish it were IDE. I'd have a much easier time finding a replacement. As for the settings, I've got jumpers on ID SELECT 4, TERMINATOR, and BLOCK SIZE. I also tried it with just the jumper on ID SELECT 4, as on the previous drive. No change. Also, what's CS?
Thanks for your help.
RECORDING FROM AUDIO CDs
Using the internal CD-ROM player, the CD3000XL allows you to record data from audio CDs. Possibly the most useful application for this is to record directly from ‘sampling’ CDs. A sampling CD is a CD made especially for sampling that contains the individual sounds of various instruments such as synthesizer, drums, orchestra, and sound effects, etc..
When you select “CD-AUDIO”, you will see a window in the centre of the screen in which you can select a track(s) and an index . To change a track, move the cursor to the field, and select the desired track. If the selected track contains some indexed recordings, move the cursor to the field to select an index.
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