The The Otari DTR-7 is a professional DAT recorder with +4dBu Active Balanced Analog Input/Output and AES/EBU / SPDIF Digital Audio Interface.
The DTR-7 was designed for use in recording studios, theaters or halls, and many other situations.
R-DAT Standard Format: The DTR-7 conforms to the basic format established by the EIAJ/DAT Conference and provides complete electrical and tape compatibility with other R-DAT machines.
Three Sampling Frequencies: Recording at 48 kHz, 44.1 kHz, and 32 kHz is available. The 32 k–LP (long play) mode and 44 k–WT (wide track, playback only) mode are also available.
Precise Tracking Mechanism: The DTR-7 can be operated in 32 k–LP mode due to the precise tracking mechanism.
1-Bit A/D and D/A Converter: The DTR-7 is equipped with a Delta Sigma type 1-bit A/D and 1-bit D/A converter.
Start ID Editing: In addition to the Start ID writing/erasing function, Auto ID Edit and Auto Renumber functions are also available.
Sampling Monitor Function: The input signal can be monitored through the A/D and D/A Converters of the DTR-7. This function allows the DTR-7 to be utilized as an A/D or D/A Converter.
Wireless Remote Controller: Every DTR-7 has a wireless remote controller, CB-152, as a standard accessory.
Bar Graph Peak Meters: The 20-segment Bar Graph Peak Meters feature a peak hold function.
Active Balanced Analog Input/Output: Analog signals are input/output through the XLR type connectors using the transformerless active balanced circuitry.
Selectable Digital Audio Interface: The DTR-7 is equipped with AES/EBU and SPDIF digital interface.
Parallel Remote Interface: The DTR-7 is equipped with a parallel remote interface which allows connection with Mixing Console switches or theoptional Parallel Remote Controller CB-156-S.
Wired Serial Remote Controller CB-154-S (optional): The optional serial remote controller has the same design and same functions as the provided Wireless Remote Controller. This provides a wider operational area because distance and obstacles have no effect.
Otari DTR-7 User Manual (DTR-7.PDF)
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