- Playback: Audio CD, Audio CD-R/CD-RW (12cm, 8cm)
- Recording: Audio CD-R, Audio CD-RW
- Recording file type: Audio CD 44.1kHz, 16bit, Stereo, Input Sampling rate 32kHz, 44.1kHz, 48kHz
- Frequency response: 20Hz – 20kHz (at playback, +/-1.5dB), 20Hz – 20kHz (at recording, +/-2.0dB)
- S/N ratio: 90dB or more (at playback/digital recording), 80dB or more (at analog recording)
- THD: 0.05% or less (at playback/recording
- WOW and Flutter: Below measurable limits
- Digital input Optical (TOS) x1
- Analog input RCA x1, Input voltage 0.5Vrms
- Analog output RCA x1, Output current voltage 2.0Vrms
- Headphone output 6.3mm stereo jack
Record to audio CD-R/RW
The CD-RW890MKII equips Digital Optical input port and Analog Line input RCA ports. This product is capable of recording to audio CD-R/RW media from both analog and digital audio sources.* The CD-RW890MKII digital input supports PCM 32kHz, 44.1kHz and 48kHz sampling rate, and records with 44.1kHz automatically, that is the standard of audio CD sampling rate.
* SCMS (Serial Copy Management System) digital copy control may prevent digital dubbing.
And the recording level can be adjusted only when the INPUT SELECT is “ANALOG”, and you can monitor the input source via the PHONES jack and the output terminals
The auto track function senses intervals and increments track numbers, and Time-based Track Creation (A-TIME) function is available
Auto track is a handy feature that detects silent intervals when dubbing records or cassettes to CD-R/RW, automatically incrementing track numbers. This significantly reduces the time and labor associated with manually assigning individual track numbers while listening to each track.*
* Track numbers may not be assigned correctly if the silent interval is very short or if tracks feature excessive noise.
Time-based track creation can be set every 1-10 minutes. This method is preferred in some applications - such as conference recording, when there is no gap between segments (like when recording music).
The synchronous recording function starts recording automatically at the start of a track
This handy feature begins recording automatically on receiving an audio signal (analog or digital) from a device like a CD or MD player, then halts recording when the signal stops.
A design philosophy that emphasizes ease-of-use and audio quality
With the display and power switch on the left and the control buttons and headphone jack located on the right, the design ensures ease of use. The CD drive is located in the center to minimize unwanted vibrations that could affect audio quality.