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TEAC CDRW890 MKII-B CD Recorder with Remote (Black)
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- Teac CD RECORDER W/ REMOTE
- CD-R and CD-RW Recording
- FL Display with Level Meter
- Center-mounted Drive Mechanism
- Program, Repeat, Shuffle Play,Remote Control
- Standard DATA discs will not work.
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CD-RW890 is compatable with "Digital Audio or Music CDs" (CD-DA).
If customer cannot locate CD-DA discs locally, they are available online.
Top Customer Reviews
The most obvious limitation is the lack of an input level volume knob. If you're accustomed to doing manual fade-outs (or fade-ins), then you have to use buttons (which, of course, only adjust the volume in increments that don't transition quite as smooth). Oh--and you can only adjust the ANALOG input level. Yup--the Digital Optical input level is FIXED. (Yuck.)
If you're recording something and you want to separate tracks during a continuous piece of music, it creates a short DROP-OUT (!) in sound when you hit the button to create a new track number. Wha??? That's right. The manual even mentions this--I guess so you don't think it's broken. I kinda wish I realized this issue before I bought the thing.
The input level Display is kinda choppy...
and I think it may also be a bit innaccurate about hitting above 0 dB.
Overall, this thing probably should not be used for anything really critical like burning master discs in a home studio. It seems to basically be useful for (1) making first-generation digital copies of existing CDs or (2) making compilation discs from various CDs using Analog input.
It's not that bad--but it's not that good either.
It would be OK if it only cost $100-$130 ... Unfortunately, it sells for about double that price
and it may be the last component of its type available on the market these days.
So if you're desperate for a new stand-alone CD recorder-- and you can't spend for "professional" gear--
this may be your only option.Read more ›
Although the teac cd-rw890 is simple to use and has an easy single disc loading feature with remote control to boot, it suffers from some aspects that may be important to the consumer who is articulate with what they record. The biggest lacking feature would be the fact that there isn't any modification of recording such as the EQ effects in some models. The second would be the lack of labeling a disc and or each song title or track title, since there isn't any remote feature or onboard feature for this. Although these functions are not available, this unit records full on with volume control and sync transfer and settings for track induction that may be wanted for silence inbetween tracks. For the price, it is still a viable recording deck.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This does not have a memory function that allow it to save settings when powered off. It also does to have an automatic sensor that allows it to recognize how it is connected to... Read morePublished 15 days ago by Wallace
Hard to get it to record. Only used it 3 times and now it won't record anymore.Published 1 month ago by PCMAINTTEAM
While a little confusing initially, this device does its job well of recording from cassettes, vinyl records, etc, onto blank audio type CDs. Read morePublished 2 months ago by BV
This product is trash. Definitely a rip off. It completely died during the 3rd use. All I heard was internal noises of an electronic dying then it turned off.Published 3 months ago by Ceruti
When I first received the teac I was very disappointed with it.had a very hard time recording I was using blank music discs which I've been using for close to twenty years with my... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
The unit performs well and the CD quality is really great. The two problems I've encountered: the digital time of recording display no longer displays the digit to the far right... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Peter Loken