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Tascam CD-RW900MKII CD Recorder

Professional CD recorder with a variety of tracking options!



 




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Tascam CD-RW900MKii CD recorder with MP3 playback, pitch control, a variety of tracking options and more!


The TASCAM CD-RW900MKII has a list of often requested features. This professional CD recorder features MP3 playback, pitch and key control, a keyboard input and more. The user can navigate to directories on the CD, so MP3 files can be organized into folders before burning. Pitch control is also a standard feature, with up to 16% control over playback. 

Plus there are three different tracking options to choose from. Choose from Auto Tracking - add a track whenever the input falls below a certain level (-24 to -72 dB), Time Tracking - add a track every 1-10 minutes, or Manual Tracking - add a track manually by pushing the record button.

The CD-RW900SL is a professional CD recorder that fits into 2 rack spaces. It features unbalanced RCA inputs and outputs, a tray-loading transport, as well as S/PDIF digital ins and outs via optical and coaxial connectors. Dedicated analog input controls are provided on the front panel, and a digital input trim is also controllable. Using TASCAM CD-RW900MKII is simple.

Additional Information

SKU 4KT9002
Manufacturer Tascam
MPN CD-RW900MKII
Technical Specifications

Supported Disc Types: CD-R, CD-R-DA, CD-RW, CD-RW-DA(High Speed CD-RW is supported)

Playback Disc Formats: CD-DA, CD-ROM ISO9660 LEVEL 1/2 Joilet format, multisession discs and CD-text

Playback File Formats

CD-DA: 44.1kHz, 16bit, stereo

MP3: 44.1kHz, 64 to 320kbps, VBR

Recording File Formats

CD-DA: 44.1kHz, 16bit, stereo

Analog In (Unbalanced)

Connector: RCA pin jack

Input Impedance: 22kΩ +/-10% (unbalanced)

Reference Input Level: -10dBV (Full scale -16dB)

Minimum Input Level: -19dBV (adjustable level at Full Scale -16dB)

Analog Out (Unbalanced)

Connector: RCA pin jack

Output Impedance: 200Ω

Reference Output Level: -10dBV +/-2dB (Full scale -16dB)

Maximum Output Level: +6dBV +/-2dB

Digital Input - Coaxial

Connector: RCA pin jack

Format: IEC60958-3(S/P DIF)

Digital Input - Optical

Connector: TOS LINK

Format: IEC60958-3(S/P DIF)

Digital Output - Coaxial

Connector: RCA pin jack

Format: IEC60958-3(S/P DIF)

Digital Output - Optical

Connector: TOS LINK

Format: IEC60958-3(S/P DIF)

Phones

Connector: 6.3mm(1/4") stereo phone jack

Output Power: 20mW + 20mW or more(32Ω loaded)

Keyboard

Connector: Mini DIN 6pin

Power: North America: 120VAC, 60Hz - Europe: 230VAC, 50Hz - Australia: 240VAC, 50Hz

Power Consumption: North America:16W - Europe, Australia: 18W

Frequency Response

Playback: 20Hz to 20kHz, +/-0.8dB

Recording: 20Hz to 20kHz, +/-1.0dB

S/N Ratio

Playback: 95dB

Recording: 90dB

Dynamic Range

Playback: 95dB

Recording: 90dB

Distortion

Playback: 0.006%

Recording: 0.008%

Channel Separation

Playback: 90dB(1kHz)

Recording: 80dB(1kHz)

Wow and Flutter: Immeasurable (0.001% or less)


Dimensions

19.0" × 3.7" × 12.2" (482.6mm × 94mm × 309mm)

9.5lb (4.3kg)

Features

Select from 3 Different Track Division Functions

Professional CD Player

Tray-Loading Transport

Shock Proof Memory to Prevent Skipping

A Selection of Inputs to Fit Any System Design

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Tascam CD-RW900MKII CD Recorder is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Good quality when working We bought this about 7mos, ago and this morning we went to use it and it just gave up it wont record and it wont even playback most functions are complicated to use ....
Date published: 2015-04-17
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Hello, we will be using this to record live sermons. Can the live sound be heard as it is being recorded? Through headphones possibly?

Asked by: Chase Gaddis
Yes! If you plug in headphones to this unit you should be able to hear the audio levels as they are being recorded.
Answered by: Colin
Date published: 2015-05-20
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