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April 25, 2004
The new CD-RW750 retains the features Tascam's CD-RW700 like 24-bit digital converters, CD-R and CD-RW support, S/PDIF digital I/O and a reliable, and rack-mounted design. It even improves on the CD-RW700 by adding CD TEXT, A-B Repeat and Single Playback features.
The CD-RW750 is a budget-minded rack-mountable CD recorder, with unbalanced I/O and S/PDIF digital I/O in optical and coax formats. It has a RAM buffer for skip-free playback, 24-bit A/D and D/A converters and a digital fade in and fade out from 3 to 30 seconds. Its monitor section allows it to be used as a stand-alone A/D converter or sample rate converter without the need to place a blank disc in the tray.
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