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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)|
I use these at church. I bought two, one for live recording, one for playing background tracks for guest musicians. Having two identical devices means learning only one set of controls and features. I had a more compact TASCAM CD recorder previously. It is no longer offered.
Our Church uses two, each week to Record the Sermons, and Special Music. The CD-RW900SLs can stay in the "Pause" Mode for an extended Period of time, and both set to start Recording Simultaneously, with one IR Remote. The only Option that they do not have, is an AES Digital Input.
Was busy with a CD recording project with a hard deadline and my last CD recorder stopped working. There was no time for a repair and I needed a replacement fast, but I didn't want to get another of the same one that had already failed me.
If I would have known that this CD-RW recorder was this much better than the other unit that I replaced, I wouldn't have waited until the other unit went bad before I replaced it. Either way; I'm very glad I got this CD-RW recorder. It's so much better than the other unit.
This unit has more features than I expected to see for the price. The manual is well written. I like that there is no gap after pausing in record mode. This is a professional unit!
We have used the earlier version for a number of years to provide on the spot, live audition recordings of music concerts for the conductor. Most of the time things worked fine until recently, when the Slot-Loading TEAC burner in the unit evidently experienced laser failure, and was almost the price...
I love the CD recorder thus far, I had a teac top of the line and it didn't last. I was reluctant to buy the Tascam because it's part of teac corporation, but the name always seemed to surface as being good so I took a chance.
Being used in the church. Replaced an old Marantz which was inconsistently recording. Hopefully that problem was resolved.
Great recorder and easy to operate.
I am recording our church services each week and it worksk well.