Recording

TASCAM CD Recorder RW750 for Recording, Installation Markets

TASCAM has enhanced its most-popular CD recorder. The new CD-RW750 retains the acclaimed features of the CD-RW700 like great-sounding 24-bit digital converters, 4/28/2004 8:00 AM Eastern

TASCAM has enhanced its most-popular CD recorder. The new CD-RW750 retains the acclaimed features of the CD-RW700 like great-sounding 24-bit digital converters, CD-R and CD-RW support, S/PDIF digital I/O and a reliable, rackmounted design, as well as a low price. It even improves on the successful CD-RW700 by adding CD text, A-B Repeat and Single Playback features.

Jim Mack, director of TASCAM says, "The CD-RW750 shows that we continue to listen to our customers and enhance our product line to add the features that working professionals demand. Its solid, reliable construction, professional features and low price make it a worthy successor to the popular CD-RW700."

The CD-RW750 is a budget-minded rackmountable CD recorder with unbalanced I/O and S/PDIF digital I/O in optical and co-ax formats. It has a RAM buffer for skip-free playback, 24-bit A/D and D/A converters and a digital fade-in and fade-out from three to 30 seconds. Its monitor section allows it to be used as a stand-alone A/D converter or sample rate converter without the need to place a blank disc in the tray.

For more information, go to TASCAM's Website, at www.tascam.com.

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