The Aiwa HD-S200 portable DAT Recorder was released in August 1995.
The HD-S200 is a very light weight, but feature rich successor to the slightly troublesome HD-S100 and HD-S1.
Weighs only 380 including rechargeable (lithium ion) battery
Up to 5.25 hours of playback with internal & external batteries.
Rec Review button.
Illuminated operation keys.
Large back-lit LCD display.
Auto/manual record level.
Stereo earphone with remote included.
Battery capacity indicator.
Double speed browse function.
Auto power off.
Smaller than Sony TCD-D7 (85mm*40mm*130mm, 374 g).
Cable remote control.
Analog at 32kHz/LP, 44.1, 48 kHz.
Line/mic, optical S/PDIF in share one jack (using spear-headed optical plug like MD players).
Rec. margin display.
External compartment for standard batteries.
Display light only from external power.
Rechargeable battery lasts for 130 minutes recording, or 3 hours playback.
External AA batteries last 80 minutes recording, 135 minutes playback.
Aiwa HD-S200 portable DAT Recorder.
Superb sound quality with digital recording/playbackAudio signals are digitalized and processed precisely. This makes possible extremely high-fidelity recording and playback, with wide dynamic range, low total harmonic distortion and high signal-to-noise ratio.
Optical digital input/output terminalsRecording and playback with optical digital signals are possible.
Two types of recording level settingsYou can choose the recording level setting from two types according the need: manual recording level setting for high-fidelity recording of the source sound, and auto recording level setting.
Back-lit LCD and illuminated buttonsWhen the LCD window is back lit, the operation buttons of the unit are also illuminated.
Battery indicator signalYou can check the battery condition while the unit is in use.
Programmed playback of 16 tracksThe unit can store up to 16 tracks and play them back in any desired order.
Double-speed playbackPlayback at double speed allows quick listening of a tape.
Analog signal recording with 44.1 kHz sampling frequencyA 44.1 kHz sampling frequency can be used for recording analog signals.
Aiwa HD-S200 User Manual (HD-S200.PDF)
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