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Roland CD-2e SD/CD Recorder
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The Roland CD-2e SD/CD Recorder is the fastest way to capture the moment and render it to compact disk or smart disk (SD) memory card for storage or ...Read More
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Record, edit, and burn with amazing ease and portability.
The Roland CD-2e SD/CD Recorder is the fastest way to capture the moment and render it to compact disk or smart disk (SD) memory card for storage or distribution. A great recorder from rehearsals to recitals, lectures to live-music events,
Everything you need to record, edit and burn is right there inside the Roland CD-2e. No extra devices or cables to connect. No need to connect this recorder to a computer either. Just turn on the CD-2e and go. With high-performance stereo speakers, stereo microphone, and a CD drive built in, the CD-2e is ready for action right out of the box.
Take it Anywhere
Portability is a key advantage of the Roland CD-2e. Weighing in at 2 lbs. 7 oz., the CD-2e recorder is lighter than most laptop computers. It's also slim and trim, at less than 2" thick. You can use the CD-2e anywhere since it can run on six AA batteries; for those who prefer to plug in, an AC adapter is supplied.
To enable recording to and playback from CD-R/RW media, use of the Roland CD-2e recorder's supplied AC adaptor is required.
Ideal for Music Study
The CD-2e is a great tool for music students, as it allows them to hear and analyze their performances with clean, clear detail. There are several playback modes available, including the ability to change the pitch, key and tempo of playback. A metronome function is provided as well.
Extra features are built into the CD-2e to make it even more valuable to musicians, including an instrument tuner that works in conjunction with the built-in stereo mic. A wireless remote controller is also provided for off-unit control of playback and recording.
EZ Onscreen Guide
The CD-2e is so friendly to use, even first-timers will feel right at home. The dedicated Easy Guide button steps you though each operation, with instructions available in six languages.
Available display languages: English, German, French, Italian, Spanish and Japanese.
- Simple recording direct to CD-R/RW or SD memory card (record and playback on SD memory card only)
- All-in-one portable design; thin, sturdy, and stylish
- Built-in stereo microphone and speakers
- Extra-long recording times, over 12 hours with an 8GB SDHC card
- High-quality sound via built-in stereo mic
- Easy-to-use interface with Easy Guide button
- Wireless remote controller
- Practical lesson functions
- Runs on battery or AC power (requires 6 AA batteries; AC adaptor included)
- Record and playback on SD memory card only
CD-2e SD/CD Recorder
- Recorder Part
Tracks: 2 (1 stereo)
Sampling Rate: 44.1 kHz
Signal Processing: AD/DA conversion: 24 bits
SD Memory Card: WAV (44.1 kHz, 16 bits)
CD-R, CD-RW: Audio CD
SD Memory Card (supports 64 MB--8 GB, SDHC format compatible)
CD-R or CD-RW disc
650 MB disc: 74 min
700 MB disc: 80 min
SD Memory Card
256 MB: 23 min
512 MB: 46 min
1 GB: 93 min
2 GB: 190 min
4 GB: 373 min
8 GB: 763 min
Each recording time is an approximate estimate including some errors
With multiple files, the sum of recording time would be shorter than above, the sum of recording time would be shorter than above
Maximum recording time of one song is 74 minutes
Recording Songs: up to 99 songs on a single SD Memory Card, CD-R, or CD-RW
Internal Stereo Microphone
EXT MIC Input L/MONO, R Jack: 1/4 inch phone type
LINE Input Jacks (L, R): RCA phono type
Internal Stereo Speaker
PHONES Jack: Stereo miniature phone type
Line Out Jack: Stereo miniature phone type
20 Hz - 20 kHz (+0dB/-2dB)
Nominal Input Level (variable)
EXT MIC Input L/MONO, R Jack: -51 -- -14 dBu (maximum -2 dBu)
LINE Input Jacks (L, R): -24 -- 0 dBu (maximum +12 dBu)
Nominal Output Level: Line Output Jack: -10 dBu (maximum +2 dBu)
EXT MIC Input L/MONO, R Jack: 20 k ohms
Line Input Jacks (L, R): 9 k ohms
Line Output Jack: 1 k ohms
Phones Jack: 22 ohms
Recommended Load Impedance
Line Output Jack: 10 k ohms or greater
Phones Jack: 32 ohms
Display: 16 characters, two lines (backlit LCD)
AC Adaptor (PSB-1U; included),
Dry battery LR6 (AA) type (alkaline) x 6 (sold separately) (*)
*AC Adaptor is required for CD writing and reading.
Current Draw: 540 mA
Expected battery life under continuous use: Approximately 6 hours (Alkaline dry cell batteries)
The time may vary according to usage conditions, batteries used, and type of SD memory card used.
Owner's Manual, Quick Start, Application Guide, AC Adaptor (PSB-1U), Power Cord, SD Memory Card, CD-R Disc (Blank media), Remote Controller, Battery for Remote Controller (CR2025)
Size and Weight
Width: 10-9/16" (267 mm)
Depth: 7-1/4" (183 mm)
Height: 1-13/16" (46 mm)
Weight: 2 lbs. 7 oz. (1.1 kg)
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The Roland CD-2e is an excellent all in one package for live recording. I record first to SD card and then burn my best takes straight to CD right there on the unit. The internal stereo mics are more than adequate for recording my Tacoma PM-15 and voice. I purchased an external mic - a Roland CS-15R designed for the CD-2E- but actually prefer the results from the built in mics. Sadly, at this price point, XLR inputs with phantom power are not included. You get two 1/4 inch with only one line level control. The CD-2e is light, portable, and well made. However, looking at it, I'm not sure it would survive a fall from the kitchen table unscathed. For this reason, I also purchased a Roland case designed especially for the unit. This is a powerful little recorder with lots of helpful features--I especially love the built in metronome and tuner. It's also a decent value when compared to more powerful but pricey offerings from Marantz and Fostex. Keep saving if you absolutely MUST have pro level quality, but for half the price--the CD-2d is very close.
Roland has done it again. This machine performs like a champ, easy to use and a sound out of this world. I'm 66 yrs old and not electronically inclined so I needed a simple recorder. This baby fills the bill. I play my Gibson songwriter guitar, sing and play a Casio 3100 keyboard rythym section, especially rigged, with my feet, all at the same time. I use the internal mic and pick it up all at once. Just like an old cassete recorder. Very simple. the price is a little high but the quality is worth it. Buy one, you can't go wrong.