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It has unbalanced analog outputs, and RCA and optical digital outputs. It weighs 9. The display is a restful shade of blue. A wireless remote control with numeric track-selection buttons is included. The power cord, with a two-prong polarized plug, is permanently attached. The one pro feature absent is illuminated transport-control buttons. However, this is one case where the phrase "widely discounted" contains not one word of a lie. That the CD even exists, especially at its affordable price TASCAM also makes some hugely expensive, ne plus ultra broadcast players , is a bit of a surprise to me.
Well done. WPCR Years ago, in the first flush of 24K-gold CDs, a company in Japan offered a hugely expensive replication service in which gold CDs were pressed with a substrate of polyolefin. One member authoritatively proclaimed that the third example had different equalization and reverb. In reality, all they were hearing was. A club member later verified that all three CDs were bit-correct clones of each other. So the idea that changing the nature of the material the laser beam must pass through twice, to enable the data on the CD to be read by the photocell, can change the sound was not unfamiliar to me.
How bad can that be? Nothing at all to complain about. However, when I played the same disc in the Parasound Halo CD1 , a read-until-right, computer-based player-transport, the improvements were immediately audible. The music was more present, with greater resolution of fine details. The music was also more continuous. The soundstage was wider and higher. The dubbed-in strings were airier and more dynamic. For people who want a dead-quiet, industrial-quality, reliable disc-spinner CD transport for not much money at all, the CD is a bargain.
But other than when listened to in a direct comparison with the Halo CD1, music through the CD was very enjoyable. But not, apparently, a CD with all of these functions. It might make sense to pick one up against future need. Tel: Web: tascam.
Tascam CD 200SB