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Classic CDR201 Dual Deck Audio CD Recorder
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This super-affordable recorder offers 2X dubbing, 2-disc continuous playback, 2-disc random playback, separate output for the CDR and CD decks, and a...Click To Read More About This Product
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This super-affordable recorder offers 2X dubbing, 2-disc continuous playback, 2-disc random playback, separate output for the CDR and CD decks, and a highly legible fluorescent display. It records and plays digital CDR and CD-RW discs and is compatible with all Audio CDs (120mm + 80mm discs). It records from home stereo analog and digital sources (44.1kHz). I/O includes RCA analog, digital coaxial, and optical input. Supports automatic or manual track numbering and CD-synchronized auto start recording from digital sources (disc/track).
- 1 bit analog-to-digital converter
- 38-Key Remote Control
- Direct track selection
- Track/CD Repeat
- Random Play
- Search Forward/Reverse
- 30-Track programmable (CD & CDR combined)
- Time/Status Display switching
- Headphone Jack
CDR201 Dual Deck Audio CD Recorder
- Frequency Response (digital in): 20Hz-20kHz
Playback Dynamic Range: 95dB
Recording S/N (Analog): 90dB
Recording S/N (Digital): Recording quality equal to Source
Recording dynamic range: 92dB
Recording THD: 0.0056% (85dB)
Power Requirement: AC 110 ” 230 V
Power consumption: 20W
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This is a nice recorder for home duplication. I would not recommend this one for multiple recording because it gets hot fast. It may have problems with cdr-rw because it messes the cd fast after four to five recordings. although it may have problems with cdr-rw, it works fine with cdr (music). I would recommend a better one or one that burns faster. One warning, the analog output does not support high levels of audio. The lever should be well control for nice recording.
No balanced analog ins, so if you definitely need balanced capability, consider one of the portable Marantz units. SCMS (serial copy management system) is on board, but I support that approach. You shouldn't be making multiple copies of copyrighted material. If you record your own musical creations the SCMS doesn't apply. You can copy your productions as many times as you please. Recording level adjustment for external analog input from your mixer will take some experimentation. Made in China in 2003 and now considered a passe technology with the introduction of IPod-type devices and downloading. Having a few thousand songs on a tiny palm sized device may end up diminishing the listening experience.
you have to make sure you stop recorder before it reaches 80 minutes, or else you can't finalize disc.
After purchasing the cd side stopped working, so it would not duplicate any cds at all. There is virtually no point for the digital inputs. It will only record using the analog input. Very poor quality recordings. It just sat there...there was nothing I can do with it. Sent it back.
I purchased some time ago and just took it out of its box.I would not recognize any cd's to burn. I tried cdr's and cdrw's.So I resolved to just use it as a player. Well in less than 10 hours the gears inside started slipping/grinding and all the display lights went out. I had a master demo inside and it would not eject it.I had to tear it apart to get it out.
I'm using it to convert my vinyl and cassettes to CD. It has worked fine and without any issues for me
I purchased this model new and right out of the box I discovered that one of the CD trays would not open. The next time I turned it on the CD tray opened and I proceeded to copy a factory produced CD. The first drum licks were not recorded and the second song cut off in the middle all by itself. I immediately boxed the unit back up and returned it.