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Audio CD Recorder from Pioneer belonging to the PDR series

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  • SebounetSebounet

    Pioneer PDR-609Published on 02/07/03 at 06:02
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    I have my 609 PIONEER PDR in recent months - the bte is sumptuous - finally a real CD burner, never to compatibility problems with the CD-R & CD-RW stamped "music for use" (that said plates is a little Chres quality, but that could hardly walk almost everywhere and worry-free). The PDR 609 is a CD-R, bte beautiful recording in coaxial, optical or analog constant speed. The volume of digital recording is adjustable, the quality was recorded in analog trs, trs correct. This is a platinum for uses me enough "high end" - there is no possibility of recording high-speed, which is normal: the PDR 609 seeks quality. The screen is readable trs, ergonomics at all - is enjoyable, the connection is com…
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    I have my 609 PIONEER PDR in recent months - the bte is sumptuous - finally a real CD burner, never to compatibility problems with the CD-R & CD-RW stamped "music for use" (that said plates is a little Chres quality, but that could hardly walk almost everywhere and worry-free). The PDR 609 is a CD-R, bte beautiful recording in coaxial, optical or analog constant speed. The volume of digital recording is adjustable, the quality was recorded in analog trs, trs correct. This is a platinum for uses me enough "high end" - there is no possibility of recording high-speed, which is normal: the PDR 609 seeks quality. The screen is readable trs, ergonomics at all - is enjoyable, the connection is complte for demanding uses. Beware, there is a protection against the r-recording digital sources ... The sync is perfect, and there is a fader out bonus, as well as the traditional CD Text feature
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  • GpforceGpforce

    Pioneer PDR-609Published on 09/29/05 at 05:14
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    I use it since September 2000

    Entry into optical, coax and analogue, same output so easy connections.
    Can somehow serve as AD / DA converter considering the quality of the component.
    The reputation of the Pioneer drive is not usurped.

    I tried another model but after buying it, nothing to do with the PDR-609 is my favorite.

    € 425 at the time I buy, it was the tape recorder to one but in view of performance, it is an excellent price / quality ratio

    Without hesitation, all the Hi-Fi Pioneer home is indeed, unfortunate that the brand
    Gently withdraw the Hi-Fi sector because the minidisc, the tape and amp brand worth 10 autand that this wonderful writer
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    I use it since September 2000

    Entry into optical, coax and analogue, same output so easy connections.
    Can somehow serve as AD / DA converter considering the quality of the component.
    The reputation of the Pioneer drive is not usurped.

    I tried another model but after buying it, nothing to do with the PDR-609 is my favorite.

    € 425 at the time I buy, it was the tape recorder to one but in view of performance, it is an excellent price / quality ratio

    Without hesitation, all the Hi-Fi Pioneer home is indeed, unfortunate that the brand
    Gently withdraw the Hi-Fi sector because the minidisc, the tape and amp brand worth 10 autand that this wonderful writer
    See less
  • franfossfranfoss

    Pioneer PDR-609Published on 12/15/07 at 09:29
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    Hello, I use the recorder PDR-609 since 2004 with CD-RW brand primedisc.
    Currently I can not find this CD and I tried other arches like Sony but it does not work.
    Have you encountered this problem?
    How?
  • SuperdjSuperdj

    Pioneer PDR-609Published on 09/24/08 at 16:26
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    DJ is a friend who has this unit for years and he is very satisfied,
    his problem is when it burns a medley indexed, or disc type mixes regularly changing parts, the device links the full medley, but the pieces indexed are read with a delay time or space between them, the equivalent of normal playback of ordinary beaches. Is there a way to go to work around this problem
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