TASCAM SSR1 Compact Flash Stereo Digital Recorder

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    Product Description

    The TASCAM SS-R1 Audio Recorder is the first in a series of next generation source devices that use solid state technology to capture a project.
    Recording to readily available compact flash card memory the SS-R1 supports WAV and MP3 (44.1 and 48kHz) recording and playback, to and from memory.

    Traditional source device features include pitch and key control, auto-cue and auto-ready, instant start, sync record, auto track increment, and manual track increment. Rear panel balanced and unbalanced inputs and outputs, plus SPDIF are provided in addition to RS-232 and Parallel control.

    TASCAM SS-R1 Features and Specifications

    • Solid state recoding to Compact Flash media
    • One-rack-space compact design
    • Records in WAVE or MP3 format to CF Card
    • Balanced XLR and unbalanced RCA line input and output
    • S/PDIF coaxial digital in and out with sample rate converter
    • Power on play
    • Auto track increment (level or time)
    • PS/2 keyboard input for folder/file naming and remote control
    • RS-232C serial control
    • DB-25 parallel control port

    The SS-R1 is TASCAM's affordable single-rack-space Compact Flash recorder for the installation market. Designed for applications that previously used a cassette or MiniDisc recorder, the SS-R1 records in WAVE or MP3 formats to Compact Flash media. The recorder includes balanced and unbalanced audio inputs and outputs, RS-232 and parallel control and a wired remote control.

    Also available is the SS-CDR1, which adds a slot-loading CD recorder for additional recording and audio transfer functions.

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    Phone:  323-727-7617 Warranty:  1 Years Parts; 90 Days Labor
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