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|Package Weight||12.0 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||21.8 x 15.4 x 7.4"|
|Playback Capability||CD-DA, CD-ROM ISO9660 LEVEL 1/2 Joilet format, multisession discs and CD-text|
|Playback Formats||CD-DA: 44.1 kHz, 16-bit, stereo MP3: 44.1 kHz, 64 to 320 kbps, VBR|
|Recording Formats||CD-DA: 44.1 kHz, 16-bit, stereo|
|Analog Inputs||RCA pin jack, unbalanced|
|Analog Input Impedance||22 kΩ +/-10%, unbalanced|
|Reference Input Level||-10 dBV (Full scale -16 dB), unbalanced|
|Minimum Input Level||-19 dBV (adjustable level at full scale -16 dB), unbalanced|
|Input Impedance||22 kΩ +/-10%, unbalanced|
|Analog Outputs||RCA pin jack, unbalanced|
|Output Impedance||200 Ω, unbalanced|
|Reference Output||-10 dBV +/-2 dB (full scale -16 dB), unbalanced|
|Weight||9.5 lb (4.3 kg)|
|Digital Input||RCA pin jack, coaxial, IEC60958-3 (S/PDIF) format TOS LINK, optical, IEC60958-3 (S/PDIF) format|
|Digital Output||RCA pin jack, coaxial, IEC60958-3 (S/PDIF) format TOS LINK, optical, IEC60958-3 (S/PDIF) format|
|Headphones||Connector: 1/4" (6.3 mm) stereo phone jackOutput Power: 20 mW + 20 mW or more (32 Ω loaded)|
|Keyboard Connectors||Mini DIN 6-pin|
|Frequency Response||Playback: 20 Hz to 20 kHz, +/-0.8 dB Recording: 20 Hz to 20 kHz, +/-1.0dB|
|S/N Ratio||Playback: 95 dB Recording: 90 dB|
|Dynamic Range||Playback: 95 dB Recording: 90 dB|
|Distortion||Playback: 0.006% Recording: 0.008%|
|Channel Separation||Playback: 90 dB (1 kHz) Recording: 80 dB (1 kHz)|
|Wow and Flutter||Unmeasurable (0.001% or less)|
|Power||North America: 120 VAC, 60 Hz Europe: 230 VAC, 50 Hz Australia: 240 VAC, 50 Hz|
|Power Consumption||North America: 16W Europe, Australia: 18W|
|Dimensions||19.0 x 3.7 x 12.2" (482.6 x 94.0 x 309.0 mm)|
|Maximum Output Level||+6 dBV +/-2 dB, unbalanced|
|Supported Disc Types||CD-R, CD-R-DA, CD-RW, CD-RW-DA (High Speed CD-RW is supported)|
This TASCAM direct-to-CD recorder has exceeded my expectations in every way. It is just compact enough while still being usable for adult hands, it has a nice clear display, the operation is unbelievably simple, the transport buttons are totally standard and familiar, the quality of the recorded...
The CD recorder works great. I have been recording since I got it. It's a pleasure to use.
All recording functions.
We are a small church and we have no one with much technology experience or knowledge. This was so easy to operate and recorded wonderfully. I truly would recommend this to anyone. If we can operate this and record our services anyone can also.
This CD recorder kinda reminds me of my Nakamichi Tape decks. The controls are easy to use and the sound quality is good. I use the Tascam to record my LPs to CD. The fade in requires that the sync be turned off for recording LPs. I waisted a few CDs finding this out.
Tascam is as good as you might expect from a Professional recorder. The owners manual is 36pgs long but covers all aspects of what you are trying to record, You MUST read it to understand some of the points of recording.
Well built unit that works well. Not quite as easy to use as my old Pioneer but is a nice unit.
Solidly built, makes good cd's, fun to use.
None really just a bit more complicated to use than I'm used to.
This device is excellent for burning CD's. I use it to transfer my recorded music from Tascam DP O3 to CD RW900 MK II . It took a little tweaking for connectivity (wiring) to KRK monitors to both Tascam recorders. I called Randy (Sweetwater sales engineer).
I highly recommend this product! This is the only recorder that I have found that you don't have to use a CD with audio label! It also records great quality of music. Great for recording live singing, vinyl records, and etc! I have made many CDs with it already!
I purchased the CD-RW900SL (slot loading design) several years ago...it faces mechanical troubles, however, this model is identical as it provides a reliable loading system...I like this model...very good.
The first CD player I ever had was a Magnavox CDB-650 with a stereo 16-bit DAC. That as an excellent machine for its time (1986). I used it for 9 years before it pooped out. Then in 1999 I got a Nakamichi MB-3 with a stereo 20-bit DAC. Sounded great, but the door kept jamming (design defect).