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  • 1-U rack-mount solid-state audio recorder

  • Uses popular, secure CompactFlash card as recording media

  • USB host interface for USB flash cards

  • Audio data formats: PCM (16-/24-bit), MP3

  • Sampling rates supported: 44.1, 48KHz

  • XLR balanced mic/line I/O with switchable 20-dB PAD

  • Phantom power (switchable on rear panel, front LED indicator)

  • Euroblock terminal I/O

  • Unbalanced RCA I/O

  • Rotary analogue input level controls on front panel

  • SPDIF Digital I/O (coaxial and optical)

  • RJ-45 Ethernet interface (100-Mbit/s) for file transfer and control

  • RS-232 interface for control

  • D-sub 25-pin parallel remote control interface

  • Direct Play via parallel interface

  • Power-on play (start playback when power comes up)

  • Headphones jack with level control on front panel

  • Input Through and Auto Fade functions

  • Input monitoring/mixing of live stereo input along with playback

  • Play modes: Program, Folder, Shuffle, Interval, and more





Network Solid State Recorder for Installation

The HD-R1 is a two-channel, single rack-mount recording and playback device created with the sound contractor in mind. Utilizing the highly reliable CompactFlash card format, the HD-R1 records 44.1/48 kHz, 16/24-bit PCM or MP3 files. File transfer can be accomplished via Ethernet, USB, or a card reader. The ability to control the unit remotely is provided via RS-232, Parallel, and RJ45 100-Mbit Ethernet.

To further enhance the HD-R1s feature set, mic preamps with 20-dB PAD and phantom power (rear-panel selectable) have been included, as well as line inputs. A variety of contractor-friendly I/O options, such as unbalanced RCA, balanced XLR and Euroblock, and SPDIF digital (coaxial and optical) are also available.

And of course the HD-R1 offers traditional source device features like power-on play, front panel rotary input level controls, a headphone jack with level control, and a variety of playback modes. It even has a ducker feature to allow for background music playback and caller announcements - ideal in offices, stores and warehouses.

Control over a network means the unit can be put into record and playback and MP3/Wave files can be both retrieved and put onto the machine from/to individual network workstations. Moreover, hooking an HD-R1 up to a network in an office would make it ideal for tasks like changing phone hold music by the network administrator.

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