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opinions on yamaha CDR HD1300

Discussion in 'Hi-Fi Stereo Systems & Separates' started by dood, Apr 29, 2003.

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    I've been looking at the catalogue and this looks interesting. A lot easier than using a PC and the HDD can handle a lot of material without having to use media. Can also back up old analogue material. Does anyone have any experience with this and how would you rate it? How many digital inputs does it have? Do you have to use CDR audio discs or will standard CDR blanks work?
     
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    There's a full review in last month's HI Fi News,which rated it quite well for the price range it's in,and the facilities offered.
    It also noted that if you already have a separate DAC,it may be worth using that for conversion rather than the player's internal DACs.
    It only stores uncompressed data(good for sound quality in general) but,like the Terratec unit it was being reviewed alongside,had problems with copy protected CDs using key2Audio(Sony) and CactusDataShield.
     

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