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One of the most popular CD recorders on the market, the CD-RW900SL, features a robust slot-loading transport, 24 bit A/D & D/A converters, MP3 playback, key control, sample rate conversion, and selectable CD disc reading speed. >More
Leave the computer at home -- with the Roland CD-2u SD/CD Recorder, it's easier than ever to capture quality recordings and play and burn CDs anywhere! Record audio instantly with the built-in stereo mic, or connect your own external mics, electronic musical instruments, and other devices with professional results. >More
The BB1000 Portable CD/SD Recorder is built to make recording to CD as simple as pressing record on a cassette 'boom box.' The battery-powered recorder records to either SD Card media or blank CDs from four built-in microphones or XLR mic inputs. The two front and two back mics can be individually trimmed for a balanced recording, and tracks can be immediately played back through a built-in 10W sound system. The BB1000CD has been designed for simple operation in schools, houses of worship and band rehearsal spaces. >More
The CD-RW901SL has dedicated input level controls and its digital inputs are equipped with Automatic Sample Rate Conversion for compatibility with nearly any signal. Pitch Control (16% +/-) on playback is a standard feature along with Key Control, MP3 Audio Playback, and Power-on-Play. The front panel PS/2 keyboard input offers the ability to name tracks and provide the user one-key access to frequently accessed menu functions. >More
The Tascam SS-CDR200 Solid-State Recorder -- designed for the Broadcast and Contractor markets -- records in WAV & MP3 to Compact Flash, SD/SHC and USB memory. MP3 and audio CD formats are recorded to CD via a slot-loading transport. >More
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