Tascam/Teac Professional CD-302: This unit is housed in a 2 RU
enclosure. The remote is housed in a 3 RU enclosure, which can also be
mounted flat in a DJ coffin case. The unit's two CD players act
independently - one CD can be cued up while the second is playing. The
CD-302 incorporates a built-in sampler that can loop a section of audio
in either Play or Cue mode. Samples can also be reversed. Pitch and
tempo can be changed independently and can be adjusted over a 32
percent range. A built-in RAM buffer allows for a 10-second shock
buffer and instant start. Preset and cue memory locations may be stored
and recalled using a 10-key pad.
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