Able to record on CD-R or CD-RW, cassette, USB, or even to a
computer, the TEAC AD-RW900 is a flexible recorder for home, office or
installation. A combination CD player and recorder captures audio to standard
audio discs for sharing, archive and duplication. A cassette player and
recorder with auto-reverse and pitch control is also provided. Both the CD and
cassette transports have input level controls with metering on the LCD
The AD-RW900 has two USB sections for playback and
recording. The front-panel jack accepts USB flash drives, recording or playing
back hours of internet-ready media. The rear panel has an additional USB
connection for connecting to a Mac or Windows computer. Dub from any format and
record the results on your computer, or play back a music library through the
Whether archiving music to computer, playing from a computer media server or
recording conferences and events, the AD-RW900 is flexible enough for any sound
Multimedia recorder for recording from a range of sources
to various media
This product can record to and from
a wide range of different media to suit individual requirements: from old
cassettes to CD-R/RW; from CD to USB flash drive as MP3 files; from MP3/WMA
files stored on USB flash drive to cassette. Transferring from less convenient
to more useful media lets you make the most of your music collection.
Dubbing between devices is entirely internal, eliminating complex wiring. To
record, simply press a button.
A USB port on front panel lets you transfer digital audio data to a PC free of
USB or other media devices.
Record from cassette, phono input, or auxiliary input to
The product incorporates a CD
recorder for writing to audio CD-R/RW discs. If you use CD media regularly, you
can transfer your precious recordings on cassette to audio CD-R/RW discs in
degradation-free digital audio format.
The built-in cassette deck is not the only analog source for audio recordings.
You can record analog audio sources from the phono input, to which a record
player is connected, or from the auxiliary input to audio CD-R/RW discs.
Recording music to audio CD-R/RW discs lets you listen to your music even when
playback options are limited to CDs (car audio systems, for example).
Record from CD/CD-R, cassette, phono input, or auxiliary
input to USB flash drive (MP3, 128 kbps format)
You can record audio data to MP3 files, which you can then
store on standard USB flash drives. Recording analog data to a PC requires
extra time. The alternative, for high compatibility and easy transfers to PCs,
is to record the data in MP3 format to USB flash drives. You can record audio
data to USB flash drive from CD/CD-R, cassette, phono input, and other devices
connected to the auxiliary input. * USB devices other than USB flash drives (for example, USB
hard disc drives) are not supported.
* USB flash drives formatted in NTFS, HFS, or HFS+ formats are not recognized.
Record from CD/CD-R, USB flash drive, phono input, or
auxiliary input to cassette
One key feature of the AD-RW900 is its ability to convert to
either analog or digital. With the scarcity of high-quality cassette decks, it
is increasingly difficult to record in high quality to cassettes. The AD-RW900
lets you record from CD/CD-R, USB flash drive, phono input, and auxiliary input
audio sources to cassette with no need for intervening devices.
Record to PC simply by connecting a PC to the unit's rear
In addition to dubbing to a wide
range of media internally, the AD-RW900 can also record to a PC by transferring
audio data via a USB connection.
You can use the AD-RW900's [REC LEVEL] control to set your own recording levels
for audio data sent to the PC.
* PC software is not provided with the AD-RW900. The user must purchase all
necessary software for audio recording and editing.
* No USB cable for connecting a PC is provided.
* Support is limited to the Windows operating system.
playback of audio CD/CD-R/CD-RW discs recorded in CD-DA format and
CD-R/CD-RW discs containing MP3 or WMA files.
numbers can be added automatically or manually when recording.
recording function starts recording in sync with input level.
of USB flash drive audio files (MPS3/WMA)
tracks repeat playback
playback, shuffle playback
pitch control (for playback)
B noise reduction
recording with CD or USB flash drive
digital input jack (with 32 kHz to 48 kHz sampling rate converter)
pin jacks for phono input jack
pin jacks for line input/output jacks
(6.35mm) Headphone output jack
connection USB port (on rear panel)
playback/recording function allows playback or recording when power is
triggered by an external timer unit (not included).