Records on to CD-R and CD-RW
COMPACT DISC recorders are a very well recognized format, but the Teac CD-RW890 recorder works by using the most recent technology to acquire the really finest out of the media. It records on both write-once only and rewritable blank CD discs, although the crystal clear display tends to make it simple to correctly calibrate recording levels. A option of analogue RCA or optical digital inputs make it very easy to record from both analogue and digital sources.
By using a centre-mounted CD draw not just boosts the Teac’s looks, but additionally has a helpful effect regarding sound quality. The central position promotes much better disc balance and so less reliability on error correction. Photo: TEAC
The synchro recording function starts recording automatically at the start of a track
This handy feature begins recording automatically on receiving an audio signal (analog or digital) from a device like a CD or MD player, then halts recording when the signal stops.
Several other functions that make this an simple to use recorder, include a head-phone output with separate volume level control, remote control and clear button layout. In inclusion to recording, the TEAC CD-RW890MKII also creates a decent CD player. Complete program, repeat and shuffle play features provide all the overall flexibility of a typical CD player.
The display and power button on the left and the control buttons and headphone jack located on the right makes the model very easy to use. Undesired vibrations are reduced as the CD drive is situated in the middle of the product.
FL display with level meter essential for recording level adjustments
Auto sampling rate converter compatible with a wide range of digital audio sources
Program playback function (32 tracks)
Repeat playback function (single/all/A-B)
Shuffle playback function
1/4″ (6.35mm) Headphone jack with volume control
Infra-red Remote control
If you’re searching to record on to CD then the TEAC CD-RW890MKII recorder truly does so, with design and style.