Advantages Easy to use
How many of you are tired trying to copy CD’s on the computer and it freezes? This is one of the most annoying things that happened on a regular basis in some households, you just want to throw the computer in the bin. I know this as it has happened to me on a number of occasions.If you can sympathise with this is you, then you need the SONY RCD-W100S CD Player.
This is a player, which acts as a cd player when linked into the amp and a copier to transfer information on one cd to the copy. The player comes with the manufacturer's warranty and covers the product for a minimum period of 12 months from the date of purchase.When you first look at this machine you see two doors for the cd’s to go into. The one to the left is the Master and the left one is the Slave. The master cd is inserted into the player and the information is shown on the digital readout, i.e. the length of the cd, the number of tracks and if the cd has text it will show this as well. From here you can play the cd and not use it as a recording device, there is a play, pause and a stop button.
To copy a cdWith the master cd in the left drive the blank cd is placed in the right slot. The cd is read and a TOC (table of contents) is set up the digital readout tells the user that it is a blank cd. If it is not a blank you will be told this and the recording process can’t continue. This is a build in safety mechanism, so you are not able to record over an existing cd. To record simply press the record button on the slave side and the play button on the master side, and provided the levels are set correctly the recording will begin. Any information on the cd will be transferred directly across, the tracks will be made and any text will transfer. At the end of the recording extra text can be added before the cd needs to be finalized. The finalize take 1 minute and 6 seconds, allows the new cd to be played on most cd machines.
At the back of the machine there is an optical IN and OUT and a set of audio gold plated terminals to connect to the main amp. The optical connections are to allow for digital copying from an external device, such as a Mini-Disk, or another cd player.
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