Tascam Upgrades Transport for Source Devices

Montebello, CA (August 7, 2007)--Tascam's CD recorders (CD-RW900 and CD-RW901) and CD/cassette combination unit (CC-222mkIII) have been upgraded to include a TEAC slot-loading drive mechanism. These new models are the CD-RW900SL, CD-RW901SL and CC-222SL.
Author:
Publish date:

Tascam's CD-RW900SL CD recorder. Montebello, CA (August 7, 2007)--Tascam's CD recorders (CD-RW900 and CD-RW901) and CD/cassette combination unit (CC-222mkIII) have been upgraded to include a TEAC slot-loading drive mechanism. These new models are the CD-RW900SL, CD-RW901SL and CC-222SL.

"Not only are these transports more robust, they also add a new flexibility to the way they can be rackmounted," says Tascam's systems contracting channel manager, Patti Gunnell. "They're quite capable of operating at angles up to 90 degrees from the traditional 'horizontal' rackmount location."

The company has also added an MP3 Action Setting (prevents accidental termination of continuous MP3 playback) and Selectable Disc Reading Speed to the existing features of the CD-RW900SL and CD-RW901SL.

In addition to the new transport, the CC-222SL will provide "selectable" independent outputs for the CD and cassette.

Tascam
www.tascam.com