Marantz CDR300, size: 3.0 MB
The CDR300 is the first device to merge the stand-alone portable functionality of a professional tape recorder with the capability to directly record live spoken word to blank CD-R/RW media. These CDs can then be played back in any standard CD player and the innovative Minute Track Mode? allows for easy navigation during playback. Highlights Record live directly to blank CDs "Minute Track Mode" for spoken word recording Transportable, table-top operation CD-R/RW compatible AC Power or ... Read more
Part Number: CDR300
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It looks like a cross between a location recorder and a radio, yet it runs on CD. Marantz has a new take on the application of recordable CD machines and this one comes without the obligatory rack wings. ZENON SCHOEPE
detecting a preset length of silence, but you cant pause mute. Some of the switching is far from silent. I know you really should sort everything out before you hit the red button but these things happen. Recording in the limiter modes will show red overs on the meters while recording that disappear on playback. Presumably the meter is tracking before the limiter. On reection there are a few little things that the CDR300 lacks but it didnt stop me enjoying the unit. It is extremely capable, very exible, and very selfcontained. And it sounds good too. However, I got the sneaking suspicion that some of these features would be more applicable outside of a recording environment, in the strictest sense. Tone controls? I havent mentioned the fact that the device has a footswitch socket that allows you to pause and play the machine. Is this a problem? Probably not because the machine has most of the bases covered most of the time (it may even be a bonus if you moonlight as an aerobics instructor). I very quickly took a shine to this box and it would be invaluable if you needed to travel light away from base, had to work from an external battery (theres a chunky 12V DC connector with lead acid, NiCd and NiMH menu selectable), or needed an all in one for direct stereo (the mic amps seem ne) or mixer output recording. While its by no means shockproof, the transport is surprisingly resilient to vibration and gentle knocks. In honesty it kind of falls between a number of disciplines and applications and creates a niche of its own. A jack-of-all-trades CD-R/RW? Most denitely. s automatic level control method with the limiter working hard. Transport controls are reduced to Play/Pause, Stop and forward and reverse search. There are dedicated Finalise and Erase buttons and a thoughtfully cordoned off Record button. A push-to-enter dial selects tracks and also aids menu navigation and data entry. A largish display takes care of communicating status and works in conjunction with ten switches above it. These variously allow you to switch on phantom power, set A-B points, select the repeat mode, change the track display, program tracks for playback, and read CD-Text. Yes it can write text but whether youd want to depends on what else you feel you need to get on with. It involves the use of the supplied infrared remote, and it is tedious. You can also set the machine up for a single-track play mode in which it will shufe along to the front of a track and park it in pause. You can sync record with and without nalise and while auto track ID marking exists, the threshold level cannot be adjusted. The only way to track mark manually is from the remote. A nice feature for interview recordings is a mode in which track marks are red every minute for the length of the recording. You can set the unit to auto stop on a recording on
ARANTZ HAS BEEN DOING the portable recorder thing for a good many years and youll still nd examples of its cassette pro portables on your travels. The approach has moved on through MD and solid state but a portable CD-R/RW seems an unlikely proposition. Visions of the CDR300 bouncing around on the hip of a reporter as he chases down yet another politician are as inappropriate as they are ridiculous because this unit, while portable, is intended for more stable and less mobile operation. It has a peculiar presence that my occasional trade show appraisals missed. Its well built, looks nice and there is just so much on this box. Itll be best to tell you rst what it is: a CD-R/RW that can be mains or external battery powered, has a variety of inputs, some rudimentary mixing capability and tweaking, monitoring options, a loudspeaker, and a built in mic. And all this is in a standalone package with a footprint that will sit on a single page of the magazine youre reading. Yet it hides its features fairly well on black on black switches and the delivery is kind of pro location recorder meets studio CD-R/RW, which is probably the fairest assessment of it. I-Os on the back panel give mix out, line out and aux line ins on phonos, and SPDIF I-O on phono. On the front you have phantom powered mic XLRs plus line in jacks, selectable from a switch together with an internal mic. Points to note here are that a switch allows you to spread inputs to both sides of the stereo and that you can equalise mic inputs with high and low bands of +/-10dB, and insert band pass and high pass lters (switchable over 20Hz-100Hz) individually on each channel from a menu with a dial. You can also mix signals coming in via the aux input with the mics on the mic level pots. The leading edge of the unit provides the phones connection with monitoring of the mic/line and aux inputs plus line out and mix outputs. Theres a volume control and a switch that turns the internal speaker on, which follows the same source selection as the cans. Theres also a line out level pot, which also benets from the bass, middle and treble controls available on the speaker. Its above the CD tray that youll select analogue or digital input sources, a 20dB pad on the mic/line inputs, and select the record method. The last of these lets you decide between full manual operation, with complete and natural control of the record levels in traditional manner, whether you want to incite a pretty good -12dB limiter, or employ a type of
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Very self-contained; dead easy to use; solid performance; unique. No pause mute; no adjustable threshold for auto track ID marking; CD-Text? Im going to the pub. The PMD690 is a stereo version of the PMD680 PC card recorder. It adds stereo inputs, 48V phantom power, and a dual level mono recording mode to all the features found on the mono PMD680.
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The CDR300 is the first device to merge the stand-alone portable functionality of a professional tape recorder with the capability to directly record live spoken word to blank CD-R/RW media. These CDs can then be played back in any standard CD player and the innovative Minute Track Mode? allows for easy navigation during playback. Highlights Record live directly to blank CDs "Minute Track Mode" for spoken word recording Transportable, table-top operation CD-R/RW compatible AC Power or 4-pin DC connection, for use with RPS300 Simple Tracking System Avoid having to fast forward or rewind. The "Minute Track Mode" recording feature marks each minute of spoken word as a track so that during playback the listener can automatically navigate to a minute-specific track anywhere in the recording via track markers and not ff or fr searching. Reliable Battery Backup Using the optional RPS300 battery system, you can record up to four hours in the field or have battery backup capability in case of power loss to save your recording. First-rate meeting recording The convenient, tabletop design, built-in microphone, internal speaker, and microphone inputs, automatic level control, mic filtering, limiter, and programmable EQ make stereo recording possible without the need for external mic preamps or mixer. Other Features Record live directly to blank CDs "Minute Track Mode" for spoken word recording Transportable, table-top operation CD...
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