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Monday, November 26, 2007
 Teac Exhibits the HD-R1 Recorder/Player That Uses Compact Flash as the Recording Media
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Message Text: Teac exhibits the HD-R1 recorder/player that uses Compact Flash as the recording media, at Inter BEE 2007, an international broadcasting equipment exhibition, in Makuhari.

The device supports recording in MP3 and PCM (up to 96 kHz) format. It also supports control via LAN or RS-232C. A USB host feature enables playback of sound files in USB memory.

The SS-CDR1 recorder/player with Compact Flash and CD-R/RW drives supports recording in MP3 and PCM (up to 48 kHz) format. It also supports dubbing between CDR and Compact Flash media, continuous recording, and playback.

As with the HD-R1, the SS-CDR1 is a recorder/player that uses Compact Flash as the recording media. The supported recording formats are MP3 and PCM (up to 48 kHz).
 
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