Digital Audio Tape Recorder (1994-96)
Type: digital audio tape deck
Track System: 2-channel stereo
Tape Speed: 4.075, 8.15 mm/s
Recording Time: 240 minutes
Heads: 2000rpm, rotary
D/A Converter: 16 bit linear
A/D Converter: 16 bit linear
Sampling Frequency: 48, 44.1, 32kHz
Frequency Response: 2Hz to 22kHz
Signal to Noise Ratio: 94dB
Dynamic Range: 94dB
Total Harmonic Distortion: 0.0035%
Digital Inputs: coaxial, optical
Digital Outputs: coaxial, optical
Dimensions: 430 x 135 x 380mm
Accessories: remote control
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Reviewed Apr 24th, 2016 by budulinek
Best sounding Recorder ever. In Tests even better than Panasonic SV 4100 and Tascam DA 30 Mk II.
Reviewed Nov 02nd, 2015 by gortonandy
The best sounding DAT recorder ever made. Weaknesses include SMD caps and cheap buttons (all fixable). Two versions - with and without off tape monitoring of the recording as it's being made. Same 4 motor mechanism as the pro deck PCM-R700/R500. Goes for silly money on ebay and if you're archiving via spdif/toslink not worth the extra. A PCM-R700 would be cheaper and just as good. (although obviously nowhere near as pretty)