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FOR SALE: Lightly used HHB BurnIT CDR-830 for sale

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Info: Lightly used HHB BurnIT CDR-830 for sale

Asking Price:
CAD $200.00
Retail Price: CAD $999.00
Shipping weight: 18.00 (kg) Calculate Shipping
Condition: 8 - Very good (?)
Date Posted: Sep 21, 18 5:19pm (PST)
Edited: Sep 21, 18 5:28pm
About Seller: GenPatton
Surrey, BC
Canada
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Product Brand: HHB
Product Model: CDR-830
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I originally purchased this CDR-830 CD Recorder in 2005 to burn some CD’s of my original Master record pressings. I had about fifty of these records and after that did not use it much. I also had a Pioneer PD-509 CD Recorder that I recently sold. I liked the Pioneer, but when I purchased the 830 it was a world of difference. The BurnIT CD Recorder can burn CDR’s and CDRW’s using both Pro and Consumer disks. You don’t need to purchase the special audio CD’s. It has High-precision 24-bit dual A/D converters and 24-bit dual multilevel Delta Sigma A/D and it shows in the recordings it makes. It also has a precise laser mechanism made in house by HHB, which means the disks are burnt with really good accuracy and greater compatibility with any player. Get this, it also has SCMS free digital input! That means no annoying copy protection to deal with. It has a built in sample rate converter from 32 to 48 kHz and has three synchro recording modes which makes for hands off recording. It has RCA analogue, Digital coaxial and optical S/DIF connections. It has a text feature that stores disc, track, and artist name with every recording (each entry up to 120 characters). Has BOTH Digital and Analogue record input controls. How does it sound? The difference between the disks made with the 830 and the Pioneer was nothing short of amazing. I even used it for a short while as a D/A converter and it held its own against a number of other D/A converters. The disks it makes sound really clean, none of that Digital sound that some decks make. I am only selling it because I need the cash. I have put down 8 out of 10 because the wifey in her wisdom put some clay models on the top and it has a couple slight marks on the top. Other than that it’s flawless and the remote works as well. Comes with the remote, box and an intro documents. Manual is online. You might see this for a lower price without the remote. BEWARE: Some of the recording functions only work with the remote. The deck is somewhat useless without it.



Includes:

Fully Functioning Remote Control, Box, Intro manual.



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