Sony TCD-D7

Sony TCD-D7

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TCD-D7, DAT Deck from Sony in the TCD series.

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Sony TCD-D7 tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Sony
  • Model: TCD-D7
  • Series: TCD
  • Category: DAT Decks
  • Added in our database on: 08/29/2008

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Sony TCD-D7 user reviews

Average Score:3.3( 3.3/5 based on 5 reviews )
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ovni612's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Sony TCD-D7
Magifique portable machine!
I trimball abroad (I made piqu US Customs because my microphone was shaped like a gun barrel ...) in Tunisia, Rwanda ...
The best! great sound
Just a little rparation at the projection of the cassette system, its only weak point for me. (Somewhat fragile)
I have for over 10 years and I have not found better for recording and ambient sounds.
Obviously you need a good microphone ... otherwise ...

barnee's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Sony TCD-D7
Bought used in 1996 to 420 euros. (Nine in Valle has 800)
Small portable recorder numrique DAT tape.
Sound of HELL!!
That's what I wanted. He has traveled quite a bit ...
I use it only rarely for 2 years.
Fabulous machine for sound. No regrets.
APRS 10 years, when I look at these tapes DATs registered with ... It is a pleasure.

ck's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Sony TCD-D7
I use it for many years.
This is a great quality unit trs need to get any price for people who want to make the sound in dplacement with lightweight high-quality hardware.
I use it for traveling rgulirement taken its destiny my studio productions (sometimes even lead vocals) by coupling the ECM-DS70P gem from Sony (Micro Stereo ) trs trs cheap but effective too.
All giving me a quality sound irrprochable, even for my studio prods, and that although I am extremely demanding on the sound.
I sup the TCD-D7 to be team of analog / digital converter of high quality saw your exact catches her.
For connoisseurs, this is a 64x oversampling conversion.

It is very practical in its format to carry around everywhere.

The least I got ngligeables are:
- The mini LCD screen can light up (very beautiful blue at night) but this effect with the microphone that I use plugged directly into the TCD-D7: a lightweight causes a buzz num America.
The engine, for its part is not completely silent, but almost.
- There is no digital output, the less it seems to possder the tlcommande of this unit of APRS as I understand it is endowed.

Given that this is no longer MODEL made by Sony, it is easy to find dsormais in OCCAZ prices well dea its original price.
The report qualitprix as thus become extraordinary.

With exprience, I do it again this choice all the more the price of this unit are low compared dsormais trs origin.

Anonymous 's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Sony TCD-D7
Purchased 1993.
Crashes in 1994 Fawn incomprhensible.
It seemed to be a good camera, good conversion.
I had a Sony plant equipment trs expensive and fragile.
No power button, initializing the date and time each battery change.
Alim stranded breaks after 3 months.
The DAT Has a nightmare.
Foutage of mouth.

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