Casio DA-7 DAT Recorder
The Casio DA-7 was a very popular portable DAT recorder, largely due to it's low price.
Introduced in 1992.
Compact, lightweight, fully portable
Outstanding sound quality
Digital PCM recording and playback capabilities eliminate the noise, distortion, wow and flutter associated with analog system. This plus frequency characteristics and a dynamic range that are virtually incomparable with analog systems give you startlingly realistic fidelity.
Skip Play Function
Press a button and instantly skip to the beginning of the selection you wish to hear.
Highly accurate time displays
A glance at the display shows you the elapsed time from the beginning of the tape (Absolute Time Display), the amount of time remaining on the tape (Remaining Time Display), and the amount of time for each selection (Program Time Display).
A built-in microphone amplifier allows direct connection of microphones to the DA-7.
Digital input/output Jacks
Built-in digital input/output jacks let you make digital recordings from compact discs, digital tape recorders, and other digital sources. The digital input/output jacks can be connected to the digital output jacks of another DAT unit for copying of digital codes.
Casio DA-7 User Manual (DA-7.PDF)
Casio DA-7 User Manual
|Number of Pages||41|
|File Size||3.8 MB|
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