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Sony TCD-D100

Digital Audio Tape Recorder (1997)

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Sony TCD-D100


Type: digital audio tape deck

Track System: 2-channel stereo

Tape Speed: 4.075, 8.15 mm/s

Recording Time: 240 minutes

Heads: rotary

D/A Converter: 16 bit linear

A/D Converter: 16 bit linear

Sampling Frequency: 32-48kHz

Frequency Response: 20Hz to 22kHz

Signal to Noise Ratio: 87dB

Dynamic Range: 87dB

Total Harmonic Distortion: 0.008%

Analogue Inputs: 500mV (line), 1.4mV (mic)

Analogue Outputs: 0.5V (line)

Dimensions: 80 x 117.3 x 29.2mm

Weight: 0.29kg

Year: 1997



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Reviewed Nov 02nd, 2015 by gortonandy

Solves the reliability issues of the TCD-D3 and D7/8. Remarkable sound quality. Digital in/out by 7 pin cable - you can still use the variants for the D3/D7/D8 (although technically they're not compatible). Uses only two AA batteries c/f four for the D7/D8. The last and the best ultraportable DAT (along with it's sister model the PCM-M1 which is the same but has no SCMS).



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