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SOLD: FS: (PRICE DROP) TASCAM DV-RA1000 CD Player/Recorder

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Item:  Tascam DV-RA1000 CD player/recorder
Location:  Melbourne
Price:  $700 $550.
Item Condition:  Excellent.  Original packaging and manual included.
Reason for selling:  NLR
Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only
Extra Info:  Tascam recently released a new cassette deck.  This is way better than a cassette deck.  I used to have a Nakamichi Dragon, this is better than that.  It records CDs at 16/44.1 bits.  It can also record at 24bits 192hz
 but only on DVD+R. 

 

I am told by Nik at Audiophile that this unit makes a great CD player, as good as CD players costing way more than it's RRP ($1500) at the time.  I never used it as a CD player.  I only used it to burn vinyl onto about 150 CDs.  It has not had much use.

 

It was recently fully serviced and cleaned by Nik.  This would be way better than an equivalent CD player at this price. 

 

All my sales have a 7 day money back Guarantee, if returned in the condition I sold it. 

 

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Can a portable hard drive be plugged into the usb port to record CDs onto and then play them from the hard drive? 

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4 hours ago, fenda said:

Can a portable hard drive be plugged into the usb port to record CDs onto and then play them from the hard drive? 

No.  The USB port is purely for copying data onto CD. 

 

You will need to use computer software to rip the CD to a hard drive.  Freeware like Perfect Copy or commercial firmware like JRiver.  I've used JRiver for years.  It will also play the file on ethernet.  The JRiver sound is comparable to Roon.

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