HHB Communications CDR830 BurnIT
HHB Communications CDR830 BurnIT: This audio CD recorder from HHB
Communications features a 24-bit A-D converter and a 24-bit multi-level
Delta Sigma D-A converter. The CDR830 records on pro-type CD-R and
CD-RW discs and is SCMS free. Analog and digital connectivity ensure
that the CDR830 BurnIT integrates into most recording applications. RCA
Phono analog line inputs and outputs are complemented by coaxial and
optical SPDIF digital I/Os, with an on-board sample rate converter
accepting frequencies from 32 to 48kHz. The HHB CDR830 BurnIT includes
digital record gain and balance control, input monitoring with track
increment rehearsal, fade in/out adjustable from 1 to 12 seconds, five
CD-RW erase modes, track skip ID recording, track index search on
playback and program, random and repeat playback modes. 310-319-1111;
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