Marantz CDR510 CD Recorders/Players

CDR510

  • Compatible with pro and consumer CD-R and CD-RW discs
  • Track titles can be saved and edited in CD-TEXT format that can be read on CD-TEXT compatible CD players (ex: Marantz Pro models
  • PMD330, PMD331 and PMD340)
  • Memory buffer that prevents the beginning oftracks from getting cut off
  • Menu selectable SCMS copy protection

User Reviews (1)

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TuManyTuners   Audio Enthusiast [Feb 04, 2006]
Strength:

Track a minute, Pro model so it uses cheap computer cd-r's and you can connect digital unit for true digital sources.

Weakness:

Hmmm...almost too much here, I certainly will never tap into everything it offers.

This is a very nice unit. Dual well, uses computer CD-r's and doesn't require the more expensive MUSIC cd-r's which is a really huge benefit for the pocketbook and there are many more options for high quality cd-r's...not many make the MUSIC cd-r's. Setup is easy, although there are many plus' for this unit that I will never bother with, ie, using the test editor, etc. The sound quality is excellent with this unit, rca and balanced inputs, and the feature I've come to enjoy the most if the 'minute track' feature...I record FM 3-4 times a week, and the cdr adds a track every minute, making it very easy to find what I'm looking for and for skipping through commercials. All in all a very good piece that's very functional and musical.

Similar Products Used: Philips cdr, first generation.
OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
3
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