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Tascam SS-CDR1 Now Shipping

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Tascam SS-CDR1

Audio CD Recorder from Tascam .

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The SS-CDR1 is now available from TASCAM retailers and installers.



This single-rackspace CD recorder from TASCAM also features solid state recording to Compact Flash. Audio can be recorded to Compact Flash card and then transferred to CD or vice-versa, and the recorder features standard TASCAM features such as automatic track increment, balanced XLR in and out and RS-232C control.

The SS-CDR1 has balanced and unbalanced analog I/O as well as S/PDIF digital I/O. The unit can be controlled with RS-232C, parallel or a wired remote control. Compact Flash cards up to 8GB can be installed for hours of recording time at MP3 or WAV file formats.

For more information, visit their web site at www.tascam.com.
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