• on Audio/Video/Photography
  • Published in issue 12/2002 on page 0
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Portable MD Remote Control Demystified

Portable MD recorders have remote controls for the most commonly used functions. The term ‘remote control’ usually refers to a wireless TV zapper, but here we are talking about a small enclosure with pushbuttons that also serves as an extension cable for the headset. At the MD recorder end, there is a phone plug for the sound and a row of contacts for other functions – including the remote control, which requires two contacts for the buttons.
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