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Digital and analog synchro start, backlit LCD on body and remote, body keys are not illuminated as they were on the AM-F Jog dial for volume control as well as track selection, editing and titling. Titling may be done while playing or recording, but not with the remote.

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Up to titling characters per track. Remote displays 10 characters, main unit LCD shows 8 characters. Double speed playback mode mono and stereo.

Japanese model at least comes with one-point stereo mic. The AM-F72 is a further cost-reduced unit that drops the remote altogether.


Aiwa AM-F80 Personal MiniDisc Player

John Beal’s bench measurements of the unitshowing that max SNR through the headphone output is 55dB. Contrary to what I have read in some comparisons, the number of titling characters for a track is not 50, but The 2X playback mode works in stereo too.

What the unit am–f80 is simply play every other sample, resulting in 2x the speed, but no pitch shifting.

To activate the mode, you hold the play button for 2sec works on the remote too. The remote displays 10 characters, the main unit only 8.

Nowhere in the manual is “line-out” mentioned and how to use it it’s somehow combined with the headphone jack. The included headphones have a weird rubbery ‘ear-coupling’ arrangement. If you get them in far enough, they have incredible bass response.

Unfortunately I think it’s ear-shape dependent, and I don’t seem to fit the mould. The jog-wheel doesn’t click, so picking ak-f80 isn’t as easy as it could be.


Also when adjusting the volume, the steps are a bit too large only 20 steps in total, as opposed to 30 volume steps for Sony machines.

However because of the analogue-feel of the jog wheel, you can turn-up or turn-down the volume as quickly as you want — impossible with the digital button-type volume controls in other units. Response time from ‘off’ to ‘play’ is about 5 sec.

Same as for MZ-R In fact the whole unit feels a lot like the MZ-R55, except that it has heaps more features, and times the battery life. Overall, this may not be the smallest unit in the world, the MZ-R90 has a few milimeters advantage, but in terms of usability and features, this one wins hands down.