CDR830 BurnIT Professional CD Recorder

    Manufacturer Description

    As you'd expect from HHB, value and quality are inherent in the design and engineering of the new HHB CDR830 BurnIT CD Recorder. Featuring high-precision 24-bit A-D converters with 24-bit multi-level Delta Sigma D-A converters, the CDR830 BurnIT delivers recordings of the highest possible quality. The precise design of the CD laser assembly means that every single CD-R and CD-RW disc written by the BurnIT is exceptionally accurate, providing greater compatibility with other CD players and recorders. Solidly built for studio use, the BurnIT records on readily available, low-cost discs and features an SCMS-free digital input with 3 easy to use synchro record modes and a built-in sample rate converter.

    The BurnIT's CD Text feature enables the user to store disc, track, and artist names with every recording. This information is then displayed whenever the disc is played on a CD Text compatible CD player or recorder - perfect for demos, sound libraries, DJs, CD juke boxes, archiving, etc. Each entry can be up to 120 characters in length (including spaces), with the title scrolling if it is too long to fit in the display.

    It's easy to record from CD, DAT, MD, or hard disk using the BurnIT's SCMS-free digital input. A built-in SRC accepts sampling rates from 32kHz to 48kHz and there are 3 synchro modes: 1 Track, All Tracks, and All Tracks with Finalize. When recording from a digital source, the BurnIT's digital record gain control can adjust the signal input level, enabling gain adjustment for individual tracks. This is perfect when recording a compilation CD from many different sources, since some tracks may be at a higher or lower volume level. Each digital input, both coaxial and optical, has its own level control. All signal levels can be monitored during recording or playback using the LCD meters, with an input monitor facility also provided. The BurnIT also has a left/right digital balance control, enabling the balance of digital and analog sources to be adjusted before they are recorded.

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