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Tascam CDA500 CD Player & Cassette Recorder

by Tascam

List Price: $499.00
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  • Integrated CD Player / Reversible Cassette Deck ^3-U Rackmount Design^CD to Cassette Dubbing Capability^CD Sync Feature^A Side / B Side Program Dubbing
  • Integrated CD Player/Reversible Cassette Deck
  • 3-U Rackmount Design, CD to Cassette Dubbing Capability
  • RCA unbalanced outputs common for both decks
  • RCA unbalanced outputs dedicated to the CD player
  • ±:12% pitch adjustment on cassette deck
  • Continuous play between cassette and CD in both directions
  • Includes wireless remote
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 22.2 x 19 x 9.5 inches ; 17 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 16.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0002CZYJS
  • Item model number: CD-A500
  • Average Customer Review: 1.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #94,628 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 30, 2004

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

TASCAM's new CD-A500 makes the most of the two most popular consumer audio formats and combines them into an attractive package that delivers both functionality and value. Now the process of duplicating entire CDs or individual tracks to cassette can be handled in one convenient, easy-to-use system. Playback can be continuous from deck to deck in either direction, making this unit invaluable in long play systems contractor applications.
  • Integrated CD Player/Reversible Cassette Deck
  • RCA unbalanced outputs common for both cassette deck and CD player
  • RCA unbalanced outputs dedicated to the CD player
  • ±12% pitch adjustment on cassette deck
  • Wireless remote included
  • CD sync feature
  • Continuous play function between cassette and CD
  • 3-U rackmount design

Product Description

Contractors, musicians and many other professionals will love this new unit from Tascam. With a high quality, auto-reverse cassette deck and a CD player in its 3U rackmount chassis, the CD-A500 delivers the ultimate in playback convenience. This full-featured offers continuous tape play, CD sync, A/B dubbing, and a wireless remote. Outputs include master RCA (both tape and CD) and a dedicated CD out (RCA). Here's the affordable solution you've been looking for! TASCAM's new CD-A500 makes the most of the two most popular consumer audio formats and combines them into an attractive package that delivers both functionality and value. Now the process of duplicating entire CD's or individual tracks to cassette tape can be handled in one convenient, easy-to-use system. Playback can be continuous from deck to deck in either direction, making this unit invaluable in long play, systems contractor applications.


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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By W. Gray on December 24, 2007
I have purchased and installed 3 of these units. Two in church sound systems and one in my home. All of the units have had problems reading certain CDs. I get "no disk" errors or it takes a very long time to read the CD, both of which are unacceptable in a unit of this price. These CDs have been "brand new out of the box" and CDRs I've recorded. Sometimes they read sometimes they don't. I can not recommend this unit.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Audio Tech on September 22, 2005
This is a well built deck that has held up just fine with heavy use. However, I would not buy another one because IT DOES NOT HAVE A REAL TIME COUNTER FOR THE CASSETTE DECK. For a $375 industrial deck, to omit a real time counter is ridiculous.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By thelaibon on July 8, 2013
I am the current owner of 2 of these CD-A500 units and BOTH have constant issues with CD playback. Forget about using lens cleaning discs too, they almost never read, and many CDRs say "no disc" - CDRs burned recently, good CDRs too, not the budget junk, with no wear on them at all. And factory CDs that have slight wear will regularly skip, whereas all of my other CD players read them fine. Also, the pitch of the cassette deck is poorly calibrated, it's a good 2% slow. And like one other reviewer mentioned, the cassette counter does not indicate seconds or minutes. It's a beatiful unit otherwise, but the CD playback is totally unacceptable. I have CD players from the 80s that read CDRs better than this thing. Junk.
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By Robert Spillane on July 1, 2013
I've had one of these units for about 15 years I guess [late 90's?]....when I was doing FM radio [18 hours a week m-sat] it had a real workout....cd's in cd's out sampling bits of songs, etc. It's never failed and I'm listening to it as I type. The cassette side has only been used occasionally so I have no opinion on it.
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